Congratulations to Larry Weiss on his recent article in the Journal of Emergency Medicine titled "A Survey of Emergency Physicians Regarding Due Process, Financial Pressures, and the Ability to Advocate for Patients" You can read the article at http://www.jem-journal.com/article/S0736-4679(12)01725-8/abstract
Congratulations to Wade Gaasch on his recent publication in Prehospital Emergency Care titled “ EMS runs for suspected opioid overdose: implications for surveillance and prevention” The abstract can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23734988
Congratulations to Drs. Witting, Hayes and Schenkel along with two alumni, Dr Lantyr and Vashi on their recently published article in the Journal of Emergency Medicine titled "Emergency Department Medication History Taking: Current Inefficiency and Potential for a Self-Administered Form" The abstract can be found at http://www.jem-journal.com/article/S0736-4679(13)00103-0/abstract
R. Gentry Wilkerson, MD, Ken Butler, DO, and Michael Witting, MD, MS, co-authored a letter to the editor that was published in the June issue of the American Journal of Emergency Medicine. Their letter is a response to an article in the October 2012 issue of the journal, in which Dr. David King and colleagues discussed the training of surgery and emergency medicine residents in the performance of cricothyroidotomy.
Terry Mulligan, DO, MPH, in collaboration with colleagues from Netherlands and Australia, published an article in the June issue of Injury, comparing the mechanisms and types of injury sustained by adults in bicycle crashes in those two countries.
Alisa Gibson, MD, DMD, guest edited the May issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America, on the topic of head, eye, ear, nose, and throat emergencies. Contributors included Sarah Sommerkamp, MD, RDMS (on the topic of oral lesions [co-authored with Dr. Gibson]), Victoria Romaniuk, MD (on ocular trauma), and Kim Boswell, MD (on facial fractures). The issue opens with a foreword by Amal Mattu, MD, a consulting editor for the journal.
Josh Moskovitz, MD, MPH, Bryan Hayes, PharmD, Joe Martinez, MD, and Amal Mattu, MD, published “Electrocardiographic Implications of the Prolonged QT Interval” in the May issue of the American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Our department is well represented, with two articles, in the April issue of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine: “New Oral Anticoagulants,” by Ellen Lemkin, MD, PharmD, Bryan Hayes, PharmD, and Floyd Howell, MD, with co-author Kristin Watson, PharmD, from the School of Pharmacy, and “Systemic Infections in Elderly Patients,” by Danya Khoujah, MBBS, and Cindy Shen, DO.