Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan
Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Specialist, Univ of Michigan Health System
Dr. Litell is an attending physician in emergency and critical care medicine in the University of Michigan Health System. He completed his specialty training in emergency medicine at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, followed by a critical care fellowship at Mayo Clinic, where he also served as chief fellow. Born in Sweden, Dr. Litell has taught emergency medicine best practices both domestically and internationally. Dr. Litell has been actively involved in the development of emergency medicine internationally since 2006, and was a pre-hospital emergency medical technician for 8 years prior to becoming a physician.
- English (native fluency)
- Swedish (native fluency)
- French (basic proficiency)
- Sweden Emergency Medicine Initiative, 2013-2014
- Tuscan Emergency Medical Services Initiative, 2013
- Dr. Litell is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan.
- Ahmed AH, Litell JM, Malinchoc M, et al. The Role of Potentially Preventable Hospital Exposures in the Development of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Population-Based Study. Crit Care Med. 2013.
- Pickering BW, Litell JM, Herasevich V, Gajic O. Clinical review: The hospital of the future – building intelligent environments to facilitate safe and effective acute care delivery. Critical Care. 2012;16(2):220
- Herasevich V, Litell J, Pickering B. Electronic Medical Records and mHealth Anytime, Anywhere. Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology. 2012;46(s2):45–48.
- Litell JM, Gong MN, Talmor D, Gajic O. Acute lung injury: prevention may be the best medicine. Respiratory care. 2011;56(10):1546–1554.
- Pickering BW, Litell JM, Gajic O. Ambient Intelligence in the Intensive Care Unit: Designing the Electronic Medical Record of the Future. Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2011;1:793-802
- Litell JM, Shapiro NI. Sepsis Pathophysiology. In: The Oxford Textbook of Critical Care. In Press. 2014
- Pickering BW, Litell JM, Gajic O. Electronic Environments of the Future: Ambient Intelligence in the Intensive Care Unit. In: Yearbook of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine. 2011. Vincent JL, ed.
- Emergency Medicine Residency, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, 2009
- Critical Care Anesthesia Fellowship, Mayo Clinic, 2010
- Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Mayo Clinic, 2012