Maytinee Lilaonitkul, MBBS

Associate Clinical Professor

Maytinee Lilaonitkul, MBBS MRCP FRCA is an anesthesiologist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and a faculty member of the Division of Global Health Equity.

Maytinee graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London UK. She completed her Anaesthesia specialist training program in the UK as well as a Fellowship in Advanced Clinical Anesthesia at Stanford University.

Maytinee’s interests are in global health, medical education and patient safety. She is on the Publication Committee of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) and is the Editor-in Chief of an online educational resource, Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week. She has worked in collaboration with AAGBI (Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland) to develop an international Obstetric anesthesia refresher course, SAFE (Safer Anaesthesia from Education) in East Africa. At UCSF, Maytinee directs the Simulation Medical Education fellowship for international fellows from Low-Middle Income Countries (LMICs).

As an educator, Maytinee is interested in increasing access to education resource and developing a network of medical educators in LMICs. She is also interested in studying the impact of short-courses on provider's clinical practice and behavior

Lilaonitkul M, Cosden CW, Markley JC, Pian-Smith M, Lim G, Yeh P, Aleshi P, Boscardin C, Sullivan K, George RB. Development of obstetric anesthesia core competencies for USA residency programs through a Delphi process. Can J Anaesth. 2023 10; 70(10):1611-1622.
Lilaonitkul M, Zacharia A, Law TJ, Yusuf N, Saria P, Moore J. Evaluation of practice change following SAFE obstetric courses in Tanzania: a prospective cohort study. Anaesthesia. 2023 Nov; 78(11):1354-1364.
Fernandes NL, Lilaonitkul M, Subedi A, Owen MD. Global obstetric anaesthesia: bridging the gap in maternal health care inequities through partnership in education. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2023 08; 55:103646.
Dharni N, Byrne-Davis LMT, Sanga E, Hart J, Shrestha AB, Gurung T, Shrestha RR, Vaidya PR, Hossain A, Lilaonitkul M, Snell D, Barrett-Chapman A, Walker I, Bull ER. Using behavioural science to explore impact and implementation of obstetric anaesthesia training in Tanzania, Nepal and Bangladesh: a qualitative evaluation study with obstetric anaesthesia providers. Psychol Health. 2023 Jan 09; 1-15.
Evans FM, Krotinger AA, Lilaonitkul M, Khaled HF, Pereira GA, Staffa SJ, Wolbrink TA. Evaluation of Open Access Websites for Anesthesia Education. Anesth Analg. 2022 12 01; 135(6):1233-1244.
Lilaonitkul M, Mishra S, Pritchard N, Andhoga J, Olang' P, Kibet EB, Walker IA, Hart J, Byrne-Davis L. Mixed methods analysis of factors influencing change in clinical behaviours of non-physician anaesthetists in Kenya following obstetric anaesthesia training. Anaesthesia. 2020 10; 75(10):1331-1339.
Wollner E, Nourian MM, Booth W, Conover S, Law T, Lilaonitkul M, Gelb AW, Lipnick MS. Impact of capnography on patient safety in high- and low-income settings: a scoping review. Br J Anaesth. 2020 07; 125(1):e88-e103.
Law TJ, Bulamba F, Ochieng JP, Edgcombe H, Thwaites V, Hewitt-Smith A, Zoumenou E, Lilaonitkul M, Gelb AW, Workneh RS, Banguti PM, Bould D, Rod P, Rowles J, Lobo F, Lipnick MS, Global Anesthesia Workforce Study Group. Anesthesia Provider Training and Practice Models: A Survey of Africa. Anesth Analg. 2019 09; 129(3):839-846.
Bulamba F, Sendagire C, Kintu A, Hewitt-Smith A, Musana F, Lilaonitkul M, Ayebale ET, Law T, Dubowitz G, Kituuka O, Lipnick MS. Feasibility of Simulation-Based Medical Education in a Low-Income Country: Challenges and Solutions From a 3-year Pilot Program in Uganda. Simul Healthc. 2019 Apr; 14(2):113-120.
Lilaonitkul M, Kwikiriza A, Ttendo S, Kiwanuka J, Munyarungero E, Walker IA, Rooney KD. Implementation of the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist and surgical swab and instrument counts at a regional referral hospital in Uganda - a quality improvement project. Anaesthesia. 2015 Dec; 70(12):1345-55.
Lilaonitkul M, Robinson K, Roberts M. Wellens' syndrome: significance of ECG pattern recognition in the emergency department. Emerg Med J. 2009 Oct; 26(10):750-1.
Sundram F, Guyot A, Carboo I, Green S, Lilaonitkul M, Scourfield A. Clostridium difficile ribotypes 027 and 106: clinical outcomes and risk factors. J Hosp Infect. 2009 Jun; 72(2):111-8.