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Medical Director, Community Integration, Division of Hospital Medicine

Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-636-0409

513-803-9245

Board Certified

My Biography & Research

Biography

Dr. Gosdin is a pediatric hospitalist with a diverse training background. His clinical experience includes practice in community and academic settings as well as practice in the office, emergency department and inpatient settings.

After a decade of helping to lead development and expansion of the Division of Hospital Medicine at the Liberty Campus as Medical Director, Dr. Gosdin is focusing on improving Hospitalist-Primary Care Physician communications and relations as the Director of Community Integrations for the Division. He is active in the Division of Hospital Medicine Leadership Group at Cincinnati Children's and helps lead strategic planning and program development for the Division.

Clinical Interests

Administration; resident education; pediatric hospitalist workforce issues

Academic Affiliation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Clinical Divisions

Hospital Medicine

Research Divisions

Hospital Medicine

My Education

MD: Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1994.

Internship: University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1995.

Residency: University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1996-1997.

Certification: American Board of Pediatrics, 1997, 2004.

MSHA: Virginia Commonwealth University, June, 2009.

My Publications

In Reply to: "Practical Application of Pediatric Hospital Medicine Workforce Data: In Reference to 'Pediatric Hospitalist Workload and Sustainability in University-Based Programs: Results from a National Interview-Based Survey' ". Barrett Fromme, H; Chen, CO; Fine, BR; Gosdin, C; Shaughnessy, EE. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2019; 14.

Efficacy and Safety of Pediatric Critical Care Physician Telemedicine Involvement in Rapid Response Team and Code Response in a Satellite Facility. Berrens, ZJ; Gosdin, CH; Brady, PW; Tegtmeyer, K. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019; 20:172-177.

Development and Evaluation of High-Value Pediatrics: A High-Value Care Pediatric Resident Curriculum. Dewan, M; Herrmann, LE; Tchou, MJ; Parsons, A; Muthu, N; Tenney-Soeiro, R; Fieldston, E; Lindell, RB; Dziorny, A; Gosdin, C; et al. Hospital pediatrics. 2018; 8:785-792.

Pediatric Hospitalist Workload and Sustainability in University-Based Programs: Results from a National Interview-Based Survey. Barrett Fromme, H; Chen, CO; Fine, BR; Gosdin, C; Shaughnessy, EE. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2018; 13:702-705.

Increasing PCP and Hospital Medicine Physician Verbal Communication During Hospital Admissions. Zackoff, MW; Graham, C; Warrick, D; Pulda, K; Gosdin, C; Simpson, B; Marischen, J; Bunch, P; Vossmeyer, M; Mussman, GM. Hospital pediatrics. 2018; 8:220-226.

Sepsis. Hoefgen, ER; Gosdin, CH. The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, 8th Edition. 2018.

Fever and petechiae. Statile, AM; Gosdin, CH. The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, 8th Edition. 2018.

Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome. Solan, LG; Gosdin, CH. The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, 8th Edition. 2018.

Using Simulation to Develop Care Models for Rapid Response and Code Teams at a Satellite Facility. Rule, AR L; Snider, J; Marshall, C; Kramer, K; Geis, GL; Tegtmeyer, K; Gosdin, CH. Hospital pediatrics. 2017; 7:748-759.

Educational Added Value Unit: Development and Testing of a Measure for Educational Activities. Guiot, AB; Kirkendall, ES; Gosdin, CH; Shah, SS; DeBlasio, DJ; Meier, KA; O'Toole, JK. Hospital pediatrics. 2017; 7:675-681.