A photo of Amy R. Long Rule.

Pediatric and Neonatal Hospitalist, Perinatal Institute and Division of Hospital Medicine

Affiliate, Global Health Center

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics


My Biography & Research


Amy R. L. Rule, MD, MPH, is a neonatal and pediatric attending physician with expertise in simulation, resuscitation, parent education and global child health research and training. She also has a life long commitment to advocacy for children with disabilities around the world.

Clinical Interests

Neonatal and pediatric hospital medicine; newborn medicine

Research Interests

Global health; resuscitation; simulation; medical education; quality improvement in community settings

Academic Affiliation

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics


Hospital Medicine, Perinatal Institute, Hospital Medicine, Musculoskeletal Tumor Center, Global Health Center

My Education

MD: Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, 2010.

Pediatric Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2013.

Certification: Pediatrics, 2013.

Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Global Child Health, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2016.

MPH: Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, NE, 2016.

Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Traveler's Health: University of West Virginia, Morgantown, WV, 2013.

My Publications

Perry M, Josyua S, Rule D, Rule ARL, Kamath-Rayne B. The influence of culture on teamwork and communication in a simulation-based resuscitation training at a community hospital in Honduras. Simulation in Health Care. 2018.

Rule ARL, Reynolds K, Volck B. Perceived Cultural Competency Skills and Deficiencies among Pediatric Residents and Faculty at a large Teaching Hospital. Hosp Pediatrics. Sep 2018;8(9):554-569.

Rule ARL. I Am That Parent. JAMA. 2018 Feb 6;319(5):445.

Rule ARL, Snider J, Marshall C, Kramer K, Geis G, Gosdin C. Using Simulation to Develop Care Models for Rapid Response and Code Teams at a Satellite Facility. Hospital Pediatrics. 2017;7(12):748-759.

Bensman RS, Pitt MB, Slusher TM, Butteris SM, Rule AR, et al. Pearls: Procedural Education for Adaptation to Resource-Limited Settings - A Sugar Spin-Off Curriculum. Academic Pediatrics. 2017;10:e51-e52.

Rule ARL, Tabangin M, Cheruiyot D, Murei P, Kamath-Rayne B. The Call and the Challenge of Pediatric Resuscitation and Simulation Research in Low-Resource Settings. Simulation in Healthcare. 2017 Dec;12(6):402-406.

Kamath-Rayne BD, Josyula S, Rule ARL, Vasquez JC. Improvements in the delivery of resuscitation and newborn care after Helping Babies Breathe training. J Perinatol. 2017;37(10):1153-1160.

Rule ARL, Maina E, Cheruiyot D, Mueri P, Simmons JM, Kamath-Rayne BD. Using quality improvement to decrease birth asphyxia rates after 'Helping Babies Breathe' training in Kenya. Acta Paediatr. 2017;106(10):1666-1673.

Rule ARL, Bensman R, George A. Bubble CPAP Educational Video. PEARLS: Procedural Education for Adaptation to Resource Limited Settings. Eds. Bensman R, Butteris S, Pitt, M. Published online April 1, 2016.

Long AR, Rouster-Stevens KA. The role of exercise therapy in the management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Curr Opin Rheumatol. 2010;22:213–7.