TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
Address6621 FANNIN
Houston, TX 77030
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    Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NYMD05/2008Medicine
    Columbia University, New York, NYBA05/2003Philosophy

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    Bram Welch-Horan (@DrBramPedsER; is Director of Simulation for the Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, in Houston, TX, USA. He is an attending physician in the Emergency Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, where his clinical and teaching activities bridge three hospital campuses, including a quaternary children’s hospital, as well as two free-standing community children’s hospital sites. After attending medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York, he completed a residency in pediatrics at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center, and subsequently a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Texas Children’s. He has received additional simulation training through the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston, MA, USA, and has been selected as a faculty member for upcoming virtual courses in clinical event debriefing provided by The Debriefing Academy in Calgary, AB, Canada. His interests include deliberate practice as a foundation for expertise, team-based simulation for teaching resuscitation, and clinical event debriefing as a driver of quality improvement and education. Since 2020, he has been the leader and co-creator of a hospital-wide clinical debriefing initiative at Texas Children’s; he is also involved with other efforts relating to CPR quality, training of simulation instructors, and use of simulation for onboarding of clinical faculty.

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    1. Won SK, Doughty CB, Young AL, Welch-Horan TB, Rus MC, Camp EA, Lemke DS. Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Improves Retention of Pediatric Resuscitation Skills Compared With Postsimulation Debriefing. Simul Healthc. 2022 Feb 01; 17(1):e20-e27. PMID: 34009907.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. Servotte JC, Welch-Horan TB, Mullan P, Piazza J, Ghuysen A, Szyld D. Development and implementation of an end-of-shift clinical debriefing method for emergency departments during COVID-19. Adv Simul (Lond). 2020 Nov 11; 5(1):32. PMID: 33292850.
      Citations: 4     
    3. Zinns LE, Welch-Horan TB, Moore TA, Ades A, Wolfe HA, Mullan PC. Implementation of an Innovative, Multiunit, Postevent Debriefing Program in a Children's Hospital. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2020 Jul; 36(7):345-346. PMID: 31335786.
      Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    4. Welch-Horan TB, Lemke DS, Bastero P, et al. Feedback, reflection and team learning for COVID-19: development of a novel clinical event debriefing tool. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning. 2020; doi: 10.1136/bmjstel-2020-0006. View Publication.
    5. Boutis K, Cano S, Pecaric M, Welch-Horan TB, Lampl B, Ruzal-Shapiro C, Pusic M. Interpretation difficulty of normal versus abnormal radiographs using a pediatric example. Can Med Educ J. 2016; 7(1):e68-77. PMID: 27103955.
      Citations: 5     
    6. Welch MG, Welch-Horan TB, Anwar M, Anwar N, Ludwig RJ, Ruggiero DA. Brain effects of chronic IBD in areas abnormal in autism and treatment by single neuropeptides secretin and oxytocin. J Mol Neurosci. 2005; 25(3):259-74. PMID: 15800379.
      Citations: 10     Fields:    Translation:Animals
    7. Welch MG, Keune JD, Welch-Horan TB, Anwar N, Anwar M, Ludwig RJ, Ruggiero DA. Secretin: hypothalamic distribution and hypothesized neuroregulatory role in autism. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 2004 Apr; 24(2):219-41. PMID: 15176437.
      Citations: 13     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    8. Welch MG, Keune JD, Welch-Horan TB, Anwar N, Anwar M, Ruggiero DA. Secretin activates visceral brain regions in the rat including areas abnormal in autism. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 2003 Oct; 23(4-5):817-37. PMID: 14514034.
      Citations: 16     Fields:    Translation:Animals
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