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Daniel Gingold, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor; Benoit Stryckman, MA, Research Associate; and David E. Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL, MHS-CL, FACEP, Professor, all of the Department of Emergency Medicine, were among the authors of “Development of a Logic Model to Guide Implementation and Evaluation of a Mobile Integrated Health Transitional Care Program,” published by Population Health Management in April 2021. Deborah M. Stein, ELS, Technical Editor/Writer, Department of Emergency Medicine, provided language and technical editing of the manuscript.


Posted 10/13/2021 by Deborah Stein

The Crashing Patient 11

The Department of Emergency Medicine presented its 11th annual The Crashing Patient: Resuscitation and Risk Management Conference October 5–7, 2021, directed by Amal Mattu, MD, Professor. The third day of the event featured an administrative conference for the second year in a row, codirected by Amitabh Chandra, MD, Assistant Professor; Stephen M. Schenkel, MD, MPP, Associate Professor; and Mercedes Torres, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, as well as a Cadaver Lab Procedures Workshop directed by Mak Moayedi, MD, Associate Professor, and taught by Michael L. Billet, MD, Assistant Professor; Cheyenne Falat, MD, Instructor; Sam King, MD, Clinical Instructor; Lauren Rosenblatt, MD, Instructor; Rebecca Rubenstein, MD, Clinical Instructor; Douglas G. Sward, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor; and Dominic M. Williams, DO, Clinical Instructor. The conference included the following presentations by members of the department’s faculty:

  • Michael K. Abraham, MD, Adjunct Assistant Professor: “Your Neurons Don’t Like Lawsuits: High Risk Neurological Presentations”
  • Leen Alblaihed, MBBS, MHA, Assistant Professor: “Focus on POCUS:
    • Don’t Let the RV Strain You”
    • Don’t Stress with Respiratory Distress”
    • ECHO for Cath Lab Activation?!”
  • Michael C. Bond, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, Professor: “E3 - Extreme Extremity Emergencies”
  • Laura J. Bontempo, MD, MEd, Associate Professor: “More than Just a Sore Throat: Killer ENT Infections”
  • Kenneth H. Butler, DO, Associate Professor: “Current Management of the Difficult Airway”
  • Sarah B. Dubbs, MD, Assistant Professor: “Do No Harm: Usual Care That Can Harm Your Oncology Patient”
  • Dr. Falat: “One Hot Mess: Resuscitating Heat Illness”
  • J. David Gatz, MD, Assistant Professor: “Transplant Train Wrecks”
  • Kami M. Hu, MD, Assistant Professor: “Submersion Iatrogenica: Breaking the Hippocratic Oath”
  • Dr. King: “Focus on POCUS: IVC Pitfalls in Fluid Resuscitation”
  • Priya S. Kuppusamy, MD, Adjunct Assistant Professor: “Peace Out! AMA Disasters”
  • Benjamin J. Lawner, DO, MS, EMT-P, Associate Professor: “Tales from the Bleeding Edge: Tips for Terrible Traumatic Resuscitations”
  • Rhamin Ligon, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor: “Selling Emergency Medicine to the C-Suite”
  • Joseph P. Martinez, MD, Associate Professor: “The Crashing Cirrhotic”
  • Dr. Mattu: “ECG Disasters and Near-Disasters! (Parts 1 and 2)”
  • Neeraja T. Murali, DO, Assistant Professor: “Tiny Tots with Tummy Aches: A Crash Course in Peds GI Emergencies”
  • Anthony R. Roggio, MD, Assistant Professor: “Building Telehealth”
  • Dr. Rosenblatt: “A Shocking Tale of Refractory VFib”
  • Dr. Rubenstein: “Pharmacologic Pitfalls at Discharge”
  • Alexis Salerno, MD, Assistant Professor: “Focus on POCUS:
    • The FAST Exam - Saving Your Next Non-Trauma Patient”
    • Deadly Diagnoses Hiding in the Dirty Shadow”
  • Dr. Schenkel: “Administrative Pandemic M&M”
  • Angela D. Smedley, MD, Assistant Professor, and Dr. Gatz: “Cases in ED Administration”
  • Ryan Michael Spangler, MD, Assistant Professor: “Atypical Presentation, Typical Risk ‘Down There’ ”
  • Mark E. Sutherland, MD, Assistant Professor: “The Crashing Intubated Patient”
  • Semhar Z. Tewelde, MD, Assistant Professor: “Killer B”
  • R. Gentry Wilkerson, MD, Associate Professor: “Managing the Sick Sickle Cell Patient”
  • Dr. Williams: “Psychiatric Emergencies: When Mental Health Meets Critical Care”
  • T. Andrew Windsor, MD, Assistant Professor: “Spinal Injury Disasters”

Daniel Gingold, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor; Benoit Stryckman, MA, Research Associate and Health Economist; and David E. Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL, MHS-CL, FACEP, Professor, all of the Department of Emergency Medicine, were among the authors—and Deborah M. Stein, ELS, Technical Editor/Writer, Department of Emergency Medicine, edited the manuscripts—of:

  • “The Effect of a Mobile Integrated Health Program on Health Care Cost and Utilization,” which was accepted on July 19, 2021 for publication by Health Services Research
  • “Analysis of an Alternative Model of Definitive Care for Low-Acuity Emergency Calls: A Natural Experiment,” which was accepted on July 20, 2021 for publication by Journal of Emergency Medicine

 


Alexis Salerno, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was:


Posted 10/8/2021 by Deborah Stein

Tran Publications February and August 2021

Quincy K. Tran, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine and Program in Trauma, was:


Joseph P. Martinez, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was among the authors of “Beginning a New Medical School Curriculum Amidst a Global Pandemic,” published by FASEB BioAdvances December 22, 2020.


David E. Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL, MHS-CL, FACEP, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was featured in “Doctor Explains the Importance of Mask Wearing Even for Non-Covid Related Viruses” on Fox News October 1, 2021, discussing a study he authored with Zachary D.W. Dezman, MD, MS, MS, Assistant Professor; Benoit Stryckman, MA, Research Associate and Health Economist; and Laura Pimentel, MD, Clinical Professor, all also of the Department of Emergency Medicine: “Masking for COVID-19 Is Associated With Decreased Emergency Department Utilization for Non-COVID Viral Illnesses and Respiratory Conditions in Maryland,” which was published by American Journal of Medicine on July 6, 2021.


Hong K. Kim, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was among the authors of “Relative Addictive Potential of Opioid Analgesic Agents,” published by Pain Management December 10, 2020.


Alexis Salerno, MD, Assistant Professor; Diane Kuhn, MD, PhD, Assistant Instructor; Rayan H. El Sibai, MD, Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow; and Michael T. McCurdy, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, all of the Department of Emergency Medicine, were among the authors of “Real-Time Remote Tele-Mentored Echocardiography: A Systematic Review,” published by Medicina December 2, 2020. Deborah M. Stein, ELS, Technical Writer/Editor, Department of Emergency Medicine, provided language and technical editing of the manuscript.


Posted 10/3/2021 by Deborah Stein

Adler "After the Match" Columns, EM News

Jason D. Adler, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was second author of five “After the Match” columns published by Emergency Medicine News: