Teresa Kortz, MD, MS

Education
2020 - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training, University of California, San Francisco
MS, 07/2015 - Global Health Sciences, University of California, San Francisco
06/2014 - Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Stanford University
06/2011 - Pediatrics Residency, Stanford University
MD, 06/2008 - Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine
BA, BS, 06/2004 - Neurobiology, Spanish Language and Literature, University of Washington
PhD, - Global Health Sciences Clinical Research, University of California, San Francisco
Publications
  1. The Burden of Critical Illness in Hospitalized Children in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Protocol for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
  2. Global PARITY: Study Design for a Multi-Centered, International Point Prevalence Study to Estimate the Burden of Pediatric Acute Critical Illness in Resource-Limited Settings.
  3. Functional Outcomes and Morbidity in Pediatric Sepsis Survivors: A Tanzanian Experience.
  4. Delayed Presentation and Mortality in Children With Sepsis in a Public Tertiary Care Hospital in Tanzania.
  5. Diagnosis and Acute Management of COVID-19 and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children.
  6. Common data elements for predictors of pediatric sepsis: A framework to standardize data collection.
  7. O010 / #378: STANDARDIZATION OF PREDICTORS FOR STUDIES OF PAEDIATRIC SEPSIS.
  8. P0292 / #1639: PEDIATRIC SEPSIS INTERVENTIONS AND IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY IN A RESOURCE-LIMITED EMERGENCY MEDICINE DEPARTMENT.
  9. Predicting mortality in pediatric sepsis: A laudable but elusive goal.
  10. Quality and capacity indicators for hospitalized pediatric oncology patients with critical illness: A modified delphi consensus.
  11. A 14-day follow-up of adult non-malarial fever patients seen by mobile clinics in rural Malawi.
  12. 1251.
  13. Distinct Biomarker Profiles Distinguish Malawian Children with Malarial and Non-malarial Sepsis.
  14. 'Not all fevers are malaria': a mixed methods study of non-malarial fever management in rural southern Malawi.
  15. Abstract PCCLB-26.
  16. Abstract PCCLB-27.
  17. Reconciling Conflicting Results From Pediatric Sepsis Studies: The Need for Context-Specific Sepsis Bundles.
  18. Characterizing Pediatric Non-Malarial Fever and Identifying the At-Risk Child in Rural Malawi.
  19. Challenges and Priorities for Pediatric Critical Care Clinician-Researchers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
  20. Clinical Presentation and Outcomes among Children with Sepsis Presenting to a Public Tertiary Hospital in Tanzania.
  21. Fluid Resuscitation in Pediatric Septic Shock: The Case Against Haste.
  22. Mawasiliano (Correspondence/Correspondance).
  23. Clinical outcomes and mortality before and after implementation of a pediatric sepsis protocol in a limited resource setting: A retrospective cohort study in Bangladesh.
  24. Bubble continuous positive airway pressure in the treatment of severe paediatric pneumonia in Malawi: a cost-effectiveness analysis.
  25. Surviving paediatric sepsis in Tanzania: a prospective cohort study to identify risk factors.