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Posted 11/10/2020 by Deborah Stein

The Critical Care Literature 2019

Mike Winters, MD, Professor; Kami Hu, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor; and Joe Martinez, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, were the first three authors of “The Critical Care Literature 2019,” published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine on September 28, 2020.


Posted 11/9/2020 by Deborah Stein

Resuscitating the Crashing Pregnant Patient

Kami Hu, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, and Aleta Hong, MD, past Clinical Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine, were sole authors of “Resuscitating the Crashing Pregnant Patient,” published in Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America on November 1, 2020.


Posted 11/6/2020 by Deborah Stein

Updates in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

William Teeter, MD, Visiting Assistant Professor, and Daniel Haase, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, were sole authors of “Updates in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest,” published in Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America on September 9, 2020.


Posted 11/5/2020 by Deborah Stein

The Crashing Obese Patient

Sara Manning, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was sole author of “The Crashing Obese Patient,” published in Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America on September 09, 2020.


Posted 11/4/2020 by Deborah Stein

Resuscitation in Emergency Medicine

Mike Winters, MD, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was:


Posted 11/3/2020 by Deborah Stein

Cheiro-Oral Syndrome: A Report of Two Cases and Review

Sara Manning, MD, Assistant Professor; Brent King, MD, Professor; John Peffer, MD, Assistant Instructor; and Dylan Lescure, MD, Resident, Department of Emergency Medicine, were authors of “Cheiro-Oral Syndrome: A Report of Two Cases and Review,” published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine on October 1, 2020.


Quincy Tran, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was first author and Jon Mark Hirshon, MD, MPH, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was among the authors of “Inadequate Management of Patients With Acute Aortic Symptoms Before Transfer From Emergency Departments,” published in Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock on September 18, 2020.


Posted 10/30/2020 by Deborah Stein

Khoujah and Willis Win EMRA 25 Under 45 Awards

Danya Khoujah, MBBS, Adjunct Assistant Professor, and George Willis, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, were chosen as winners on September 19, 2020 of the 25 Under 45 Award by the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association for being influencers in emergency medicine. The award recognizes “young emergency medicine physicians who are changing the world” and “whose contributions embody the spirit of the specialty.”


Caleb Chan, MD, Assistant Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was honored with a scholarship by the Residents and Medical Students Board of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine on August 15, 2020. The Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED) Scholarship will offset the cost for Dr. Chan to attend the 2020–2021 ARMED course, whose purpose is “to arm participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills to design a high-quality research project and grant proposal to jumpstart their research career.” This is Dr. Chan’s first year as a faculty member of the Department of Emergency Medicine after having graduated as an Emergency Medicine / Internal Medicine Chief Resident in June 2020.


Elizabeth Clayborne, MD, MA, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was first author of “Ethical Obligations to Provide Maternal and Parental Leave Benefits,” published in ACEP [American College of Emergency Physicians] Now on September 11, 2020.