Areas of Ongoing Research and Clinical Interest
1. Clinical interventions performed enroute to definitive care: Study of care "density" provided by critical care transport clinicians. Lead investigator: Quincy Tran
2. Improvement in respiratory therapy parameters following implementation of Hamilton T1 ventilator: Examination of patient focused parameters related to improved respiratory care in transport. Lead investigator: Quincy Tran, Ben Lawner
Selected Peer Reviewed Faculty Publications
Lawner BJ, Pedersen F, Shukis M. Trauma mythology: Looking beyond the ABCD and ATLS. Trauma Reports. 2018.
Fratta JA, Bouland AJ, Lawner BJ, Comer AC, et al. Barriers to bystander CPR: Evaluating socio-economic and cultural factors influencing students attending community CPR training. Am J Emerg Med. 2019;37(1):159-161
Nawrocki PS, Poremba M, Lawner BJ. Push dose epinephrine use in the management of hypotension during critical
care transport. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2019 Feb 26:1-8 Epub ahead of print
Lawner BJ, Mbah N, Bailey S, Erickson H, Poremba M. Interfacility critical care transport of an elderly patient with confirmed tricyclic antidepressant toxicity and hemodynamic collapse. Air Med J. 2019;38(5):377-381
Lawner BJ, Szabo K, Daly J, Foster F, et al. Challenges related to the implementation of an EMS administered, large
vessel occlusion stroke score. West J. Emerg Med. 2019;21(2):441-448
Fratta KA, Bouland AJ, Vesselinov R, Levy MJ, Seaman KG, Lawner BJ, Hirshon JM. Evaluating barriers to community CPR education. Am J Emerg Med. 2020;38(3):603-609.