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Research & Publications 

COVID-19 Pandemic

  • NHLBI: ACTIV-4:  COVID-19 Outpatient Thrombosis Prevention Trial within ACTIV-4:  A multicenter adaptive randomized placebo-controlled platform trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of antithrombotic strategies in COVID-19 adults not requiring hospitalization at time of diagnosis.  Site PI:  David Seaberg MD. 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat, for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Characterizing Pediatric Emergency Department Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press) 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “How Emergency Department Visits for Substance Use Disorders Have Evolved During the Covid-19 Pandemic,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2020 (in revision) 
  • The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Economics of U.S. Emergency Care - under revision at Annals of Emergency Medicine 
  • The Collateral Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Emergency Department Visits for Serious Cardiovascular Condition - under revision at American Journal of Emergency Medicine 

USACS Research

  • Hwang U, Dresden S, Vargas-Torres C, Kang R, Garrido M, Loo G, Sze J, Cruz D, Richardson L, Adams J, Aldeen A, et al. Association of a geriatric emergency department innovation program with cost outcomes among Medicare beneficiaries. JAMA Network Open. March 2021.  
  • Ketterer A, Poland S, Ray K, Abuhasira R, Aldeen A. Emergency Providers’ Familiarity with Firearms: A National Survey. Acad Emerg Med. Jan 2020  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat, for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Characterizing Pediatric Emergency Department Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press)  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “How Emergency Department Visits for Substance Use Disorders Have Evolved During the Covid-19 Pandemic,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2020 (in revision)  
  • Jestin N. Carlson, Krista M. Foster, Bernard S. Black, Jesse M. Pines, Christopher K. Corbit, Arvind Venkat, “Emergency Physician Practice Changes After Being Named in a Malpractice Claim, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 75, Number 2, February 2020, 221-235  
  • Jessica E. Galarraga, Bernard S. Black, Laura Pimentel, Arvind Venkat, John P. Sverha, William J. Frohna, Daniel L. Lemkin, Jesse M. Pines, “The Effects of Global Budgeting on Emergency Department Admission Rates,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 75, Number 3, March 2020, 370-381  
  • Daniel Zyung, Vikas Mittal, Sunder Kekre, Gajanan G. Hegde, Jennifer Shang, Brian S. Marcus, Arvind Venkat, “Managing Complex-Negative Services: Service Providers’ Use of Ethics Committees and Consultation in Healthcare Institutions,” Journal of Marketing Research, Volume 57, Number 2, April 2020, 278-297  
  • Jestin N. Carlson, Mark S. Zocchi, Coburn Allen, T. Kent Denmark, Jay D. Fisher, Matthew Wilkinson, Katherine Remick, Abbie Sullivan, Jesse M. Pines, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Critical Procedure Performance in Pediatric Patients: Results from a National Emergency Medicine Group,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Number 9, September 2020, 1703-1709  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark Zocchi, Valerie DeMaio, Jestin N. Carlson, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “The Impact of Operational Stressors on Emergency Department Clinician Scheduling and Patient Throughput,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Number 5, November 2020, 646-658  
  • Brandy M. Byrwa-Hill, Arvind Venkat, Albert A. Presto, Judith R. Rager, Deborah Gentile, Evelyn Talbott, “Lagged Association of Ambient Outdoor Air Pollutants on Asthma Related Emergency Department Visits within the Pittsburgh Region,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Volume 17, 2020, 8619 (eJournal)  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Tamara Ritsema, Maura Polansky, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “The Impact of Advanced Practice Provider Staffing on Emergency Department Care: Productivity, Flow, Safety, and Experience,” Academic Emergency Medicine, Volume 27, Number 11, November 2020, 1090-1099  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat, for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Characterizing Pediatric Emergency Department Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press)  
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Tamara Ritsema, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Emergency Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Diagnostic Testing and Admission Decisions in Chest and Abdominal Pain,” Academic Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press)  
  • Scott G, McCarthy D, Aldeen A, et al. Use of online health information by geriatric and adult ED patients: access, understanding, and trust. Acad Emerg Med. Jul 2017.  
  • Weston V, Jain S, Gottlieb M, Aldeen A, et al. Effectiveness of resident physicians as triage liaison providers in an academic emergency department. West J Emerg Med. Apr 2017.  
  • Hartman N, Wheaton N, Williamson K, Quattromani E, Branzetti J, Aldeen A. A novel tool for assessment of emergency medicine resident skill in determining diagnosis and management for emergent electrocardiograms: A multicenter study. J Emerg Med. Nov 2016.  
  • Williamson K, Quattromani E, Aldeen A. The problem resident guide. J Internal Emerg Med. Apr 2016. 

Allegheny General Hospital 

  • Susan R. Kahn, Jim A. Julian, Clive Kearon, Chu-Shu Gu, David J. Cohen, Elizabeth A. Magnuson, Anthony J. Comerota, Samuel Z. Goldhaber, Michael R. Jaff, Mahmood K. Razavi, Andrei L. Kindzelski, Joseph R. Schneider, Paul Kim, Rabih Chaer, Akhilesh K. Sista, Robert B. McLafferty, John A. Kaufman, Brandt C. Wible, Morey Blinder, Suresh Vedantham for the ATTRACT Trial Investigators, “Quality of Life after Pharmacomechanical Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Proximal Deep Vein Thrombosis,” Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders, Volume 8, Number, January 2020, 8-23, e18 
  • Audrey Tan, Mark Durbin, Frank R. Chung, Ada L. Rubin, Allison M. Cuthel, Jordan A. McQuilkin, Aram S. Modrek, Catherine Jamin, Nicholas Gavin, Devin Mann, Jordan L. Swartz, Jonathan S. Austrian, Paul A. Testa, Jacob D. Hill, Corita R. Grudzen on behalf of the PRIM-ER Clinical Informatics Advisory Board, “Design and Implementation of a Clinical Decision Support Tool for Primary Palliative Care for Emergency Medicine (PRIM-ER),” BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, Volume 20, Number 1, January 28, 2020, Article 13 
  • Jestin N. Carlson, Krista M. Foster, Bernard S. Black, Jesse M. Pines, Christopher K. Corbit, Arvind Venkat, “Emergency Physician Practice Changes After Being Named in a Malpractice Claim, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 75, Number 2, February 2020, 221-235 
  • Jessica E. Galarraga, Bernard S. Black, Laura Pimentel, Arvind Venkat, John P. Sverha, William J. Frohna, Daniel L. Lemkin, Jesse M. Pines, “The Effects of Global Budgeting on Emergency Department Admission Rates,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 75, Number 3, March 2020, 370-381 
  • Daniel Zyung, Vikas Mittal, Sunder Kekre, Gajanan G. Hegde, Jennifer Shang, Brian S. Marcus, Arvind Venkat, “Managing Complex-Negative Services: Service Providers’ Use of Ethics Committees and Consultation in Healthcare Institutions,” Journal of Marketing Research, Volume 57, Number 2, April 2020, 278-297 
  • Jestin N. Carlson, Mark S. Zocchi, Coburn Allen, T. Kent Denmark, Jay D. Fisher, Matthew Wilkinson, Katherine Remick, Abbie Sullivan, Jesse M. Pines, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Critical Procedure Performance in Pediatric Patients: Results from a National Emergency Medicine Group,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Number 9, September 2020, 1703-1709 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark Zocchi, Valerie DeMaio, Jestin N. Carlson, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “The Impact of Operational Stressors on Emergency Department Clinician Scheduling and Patient Throughput,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Number 5, November 2020, 646-658 
  • Brandy M. Byrwa-Hill, Arvind Venkat, Albert A. Presto, Judith R. Rager, Deborah Gentile, Evelyn Talbott, “Lagged Association of Ambient Outdoor Air Pollutants on Asthma Related Emergency Department Visits within the Pittsburgh Region,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Volume 17, 2020, 8619 (eJournal) 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Tamara Ritsema, Maura Polansky, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “The Impact of Advanced Practice Provider Staffing on Emergency Department Care: Productivity, Flow, Safety, and Experience,” Academic Emergency Medicine, Volume 27, Number 11, November 2020, 1090-1099 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Bernard S. Black, Jestin N. Carlson, Pablo Celedon, Ali Moghtaderi, Arvind Venkat, for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Characterizing Pediatric Emergency Department Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press) 
  • Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Tamara Ritsema, John Bedolla, Arvind Venkat for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group, “Emergency Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Diagnostic Testing and Admission Decisions in Chest and Abdominal Pain,” Academic Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press) 
  • Frank R. Chung, Sarah Turecamo, Allison M. Cuthel, Corita R. Grudzen, & PRIM-ER Investigators, “Effectiveness and Reach of the Primary Palliative Care for Emergency Medicine (PRIM-ER) Pilot Study: a Qualitative Analysis,” Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press) 
  • Nicholas M. Mohr, Karisa K. Harland, Anusha Krishnadasan, Patrick Ten Eyck, William R. Mower, James Willey, Makini Chisolm-Straker, Stephen C. Lim, L. Clifford McDonald, Preeta K. Kutty, Elisabeth Hesse, Scott Santibanez, David A. Talan for the Project COVERED Emergency Department Network, “Diagnosed and Undiagnosed COVID-19 in US Emergency Department Healthcare Personnel: A Cross-Sectional Analysis,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2020 (accepted, in press) 
  • Tadych AS, Catano DE, Brill AL.  (2021).  Atypical Presentation of Haemophilus Influenzae Septic Arthritis: A Case Report.  Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine, 5(4).  http://dx.doi.org/10.5811/cpcem.2021.9.54043. Retrieved from https://escholarship.org/uc/item/3p67c3fk
  • VanNatta K, Yuzuk N, Trotter D, Wisinski B.  (2021).  The Tired Pregnant Woman.  Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine, 5(4). Retrieved from https://escholarship.org/uc/item/6sr4m94x.  

 

Ascension Genesys Hospital 

  • Naloxone Administration by Nonmedical Providers – A Descriptive Study of County Sheriff Department Training, Alan Janssen DO, Brittany Garovve DO, Virginia LaBond MD, Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention and Policy, November 2020, PMID33183303. 
  • Bouncebacks! Critical Care, Chapter Author, available this month. 
  • Special Report EB Medicine: Human Trafficking Victims in the Emergency Department: Recognition and Response, Alan Janssen FACOEP-D, Nicholas Steinor MD MBA FACEP, November 2020. 
  • Iyer S, Fuller G.  Virtual Communication Skills Training for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians – oral abstract presentation.  2021 International Conference on Communication in Healthcare.  10/17/2021. 

 

Franciscan Health Olympia Fields

  • Brill A, Lawson-Seebara I. 72-Hour ED Return Rate in Non-Burned Out vs. Burned Out Emergency Department Physicians.
  • Price T, Hassan M, Haddad Katherine, Brill A.  Analysis of Influenza and RSV Positive Rates for Patients Presenting to a Single Emergency Department in 2018-2020.
  • Meadows J, Furmaga J, Brent J, Weiss S, Brill A.  Decreased Clinical Toxicity and Two-Phase Elimination Kinetics Observed After Intravenous Iron Sucrose Overdose.
  • Brill A.  Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy presentation at the ACOEP Summer series on July 27, 2022.
     

 

Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas 

  • Mehta M, Scott S, Brown L. Increased Use of Advanced Practice Providers Does Not Reduce Emergency Medicine Resident Learning Opportunities (e-poster).  Abstract accepted for presentation at SAEM, New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
  • Albert B (PGY3), Bedolla J, Brown, L. Computed Tomography Pulmonary Angiography Does Not Add Value in COVID-19 Patients with Elevated D-Dimer (lightning oral).  Abstract accepted for presentation at SAEM, New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
  • Albert B (PGY3), Bedolla J, Brown L. D-Dimer Less than 1000 Performs Well for Screening for Pulmonary Embolism in the Setting of COVID-19 (lightning oral).  Abstract accepted for presentation at SAEM, New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
  • Hilmes L (PGY3), Ziebell C, Brown L. Effects of COVID-Era Restaurant and Bar Capacity Limits on Trauma-Related Hospital Admissions (lightning oral).  Abstract accepted for presentation at SAEM, New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
     

 

Ohio Health Doctors Hospital

  • Meier N, Little A, Morales-Yurik T, Arehart B. (April 27, 2022) Provider Perspective On Being Recorded During Emergency Medicine Discharge Conversations. Cureus 14(4): e24523. doi:10.7759/cureus.24523.
  • He Z.  Congratulations for being selected to be the EMRA Committee representative for the Democratic Group Section.
  • Teng KY.  Thank you for representation of the program at two of the Associate OMM Wellness Clinics.
  • Silvers C, Casey J, and Levitin H.  Will be presenting at Ohio ACEP in August their research on “High or Low ‘Spirits’? Trends of Emergency Department Encounters Associated with Alcohol During a Pandemic”.

 

Saint Vincent Hospital 

  • Carlson JN.  Updates in Cardiac Arrest.  USACS Fire Fighter Retreat.  July 12, 2022.
  • Lund K.  Dealing with Stressors and Introduction to Wellness.  LECOM Grand Rounds.  July 7, 2022.
  • Nikolla DA, Jaqua BM, Tuggle T, Jarou ZJ.  Differences Between Emergency Medicine Residency Programs That Accept the Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination of the United States and Those That Prefer or Only Accept the United States Medical Licensing Examination.  Cureus.  2022;14(2):e22704.  doi:10.7759/cureus/22704. 
  • Nikolla DA, Stratford CV, Bowers KM.  Reported Completion of the USMLE Step 1 and Match Outcomes Among Senior Osteopathic Students in 2020.  J Osteopath Med.  2022 Mar 31;122(7):347-351.  doi:10.1515/jom-2021-0262.  PMID:35355497.
  • Boulet S, Milliron ML, Karns C.  A Terrible Sore Throat: Pharyngitis in an Emergency Department Patient With a Final Diagnosis of Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.  Cureus.  2022 Mar 18;14(3):e23306.  doi:10.7759/cureus.23306.  PMID:35464587; PMCID:PMC9013950.
  • Nikolla DA, Carlson JN, Jimenez Stuart PM, Asar I, April MD, Kaji AH, Brown CA.  (2022)  Impact of Video Laryngoscope Shape on First-Attempt Success During Non-Supine Emergency Department Intubations.  Am J Emerg Med, 57, 47-53.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajem.2022.04.024. 
  • Nikolla DA, Forehand BR.  Do Corticosteroids Reduce Mortality or Progression to Severe Disease for Non-Oxygen Requiring Patients Infected With COVID-19?  Ann Emerg Med.  April 21, 2022.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2022.02.055. 
  • Mohr NM, Krishnadasan A, Harland KK, Eyck PT, Mower W, Schrading WA, Montoy JC, McDonald LC, Kutty PK, Hesse E, Santibanez S, Weissman DN, Slev P, Talan DA for the Project COVERED Emergency Department Network.  Emergency Department Personnel Patient Care-Related COVID-19 Risk.  PLOS One.  2022 (in press).
  • Nikolla DA, Stratford CV, Bowers KM.  Response to “Comments on ‘Reported Completion of the USMLE Step 1 and Match Outcomes Among Senior Osteopathic Students in 2020’”.  J Osteopath Med.  2022 Jun 17.  doi:10.1515/jom-2022-0089.  Epub ahead of print.  PMID:35708247.
  • Nikolla DA.  “Introduction to Narrative Medicine.”  PACEP Scientific Assembly on March 31st, 2022, in Pocono Manor, PA.
  • Nikolla DA, Carlson JN, Jimenez Stuart PM, Asar I, April MD, Kaji AH, Brown CA 3rd.  “Impact of Video Laryngoscope Shape on First-Attempt Success During Non-Supine Emergency Department Intubations.”  PACEP Spivey Competition on April 1, 2022, in Pocono Manor, PA.
  • Nikolla DA, Carlson JN, Zocchi MS, Pines JM, Bedolla J, Beeson M, Carter MA, Kaji AH, Venkat A.  “Differences in Care Between Experienced Emergency Physicians and New Graduates From 4- and 3-Year Residencies.”  Lightning oral presentation at SAEM22 on May 12, 2022, in New Orleans, LA.
  • Dr. Brett Forehand recently won Best Faculty CPC Presenter at the USACS Virtual Grand Rounds.
     

 

St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital

  • Chopra Q, PGY-3, had his abstract, Droperidol on Prevention of Emesis from Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (DOPE Study), selected for a live presentation at ACEP22 Research Forum in San Francisco in October.
  • Bolotin T, Prokopakis KE, Becker B.  Atypical High-Altitude Cerebral Edema Presentation at an Altitude of Less Than 3000 Meters Elevation: A Case Report. Open Access Emerg Med.  2022; 14:119-122 https://doi.org/10.2147/OAEM.S336951
  • Adamo M, Prokopakis KE, Bolotin T.  High Altitude Pulmonary Edema in a Healthy Pediatric Patient Traveling From Denver to Breckenridge.  Open Access Emerg Med.  2022; 14:1-4 https://doi.org/10.2147/OAEM.S334485
  • Walker C, Miner B, Bolotin T.  High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema in Ohio at an Elevation of 339 Meters.  Open Access Emerg Med.  2021; 13:151-153 https://doi.org/10.2147/OAEM.S297752
  • Prokopakis KE, Bolotin T, Donley C, et al.  Submitted manuscript awaiting peer review from Dove Press:  Musculoskeletal Complaints Presenting to an Emergency Department Before and During the Initial COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • Bolotin T.  Judge, Mercy Health Regional Research Day, May 13, 2022.
  • Ketschke R, Paull B, Sieger J, Bolotin T.  Spontaneous Tension Pneumothorax from Aspergillus Pneumonia in an Immunocompromised 4-Year-Old Male.  Mercy Health Regional Research Day, May 13, 2022.
  • Graham J, Bolotin T, Donley C, Amireh A, Glass R.  Use of Handheld Ultrasound vs. Ultrasound on Wheels in Peripheral IV Placement.  Mercy Health Regional Research Day, May 13, 2022.
  • Prokopakis-Campbell K, Harter J, Bolotin T.  Positive Imagery Therapy and the Incidence of Emergence Reactions with the Use of Ketamine.  Mercy Health Regional Research Day, May 13, 2022.
  • Prokopakis-Campbell K, Bolotin T, Harter J, Lomasney M.  Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Injuries Presenting to an Emergency Department Before and During the Initial Covid-19 Pandemic Surge.  Mercy Health Regional Research Day, May 13, 2022.
  • Bolotin T.  Invited lecturer by the Himalayan Rescue Association, Pheriche, Nepal, April 26, 2022, CPAP for HAPE Preliminary Findings.

    SUmma Health System

  • See A, Pallaci M, Aluisio AR, Beck-Esmay J, Menchine M, Weinstock M, Lam CN, Riddell J. Assessment of Implicit Gender Bias During Evaluation of Procedural Competency Among Emergency Medicine Residents. JAMA Network Open. 2022;5(2):e2147351. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.47351.
  • Reuter QR, Dos Santos A, McKinnon J, Gothard D, Jouriles N, Seaberg D. Long-term Treatment Retention of an Emergency Department Initiated Medication for Opioid Use Disorder Program. American Journal of Emergency Medicine.  Volume 55, May 2022, pages 98-102.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajem.2022.02.041.  PMID:35304308.
  • Oskvarek JJ, Aldeen A, Shawbell J, Venkat A, Zocchi MS, Pines JM for the US Acute Care Solutions Research Group.  Opioid Prescription Reduction After Implementation of a Feedback Program in a National Emergency Department Group.  Ann Emerg Med.  2022;79(5):420-432.  doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2021.12.009.
  • Calderone Y, Beeson MS, Johnston MM, Joldersma K, Reisdorff EJ. Emergency Medicine Residency Does Not Reduce a Racial Minority-based Test Performance Gap. J Emerg Med. 2022.  62(6):793-9.  PMID:35781370.
  • Johnston BJ, Leung AK, Hwang CW, Jones JM, Chowdhury MAB, Buck A, Fitzpatrick DE, Meurer DA, Becker TK.  Medication-Facilitated Advanced Airway Management With First-Line Use of a Supraglottic Device – A One-Year Quality Assurance Review.  Cambridge University Press.  May 19, 2022.
  • Reuter Q, Larkin G, Dube M, Vellanki S, Dos Santos A, McKinnon J, Jouriles N, Seaberg D.  Stage-Of-Change Assessment Predicts Short-term Treatment Engagement for Opioid Use Disorder Patients Initiated on Buprenorphine.  Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.  May 2022.  Accepted.
  • Shihab A, Napoli A, Jouriles N.  A Quantitative Assessment of Emergency Department Boarding and its Association with Decreases in Operational Efficiency: A Multicenter Nationwide Study.  Acad Emerg Med.  In press.
  • Gallo D.  “Summa Health EMS RTF Program Trains for the Unthinkable: Rescue Task Force Training”.  US Acute Care Solutions: The Shift Blog.  May 20, 2022.  https://theshift.usacs.com/summa-health-ems-rtf-program-trains-for-the-unthinkable/ 
  • Oskvarek J, Cai A.  A Fellowship for the Future.  EM Resid.  Published on-line April 10, 2022.  http://www.emra.org/emresident/article/innovation-fellowship/ 
  • Nelson LS, Calderon Y, Ankel FK, Barry D, Beeson MS, Chudnofsky CR, Feldhaus KM, Gausche-Hill M, Gaeta TJ, Gorgas DL, Goyal DG, Keim SM.  American Board of Emergency Medicine Report on Residency and Fellowship Training Information (2021-2022).  Ann Emerg Med.  2022 Jul;80(1):74-83.e8.  PMID:35717115.
  • Weinstock MB, Pallaci M.  Medicolegal Briefs:  Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections.  EM RAP.  Volume 22, Issue 7, July 2022.
  • Pallaci M, Markowski K, Weinstock M, Adler J.  Emergency Medicine Documentation (US).  IN: Mattu A and Swadron S, ed.
  • CorePendium.  Burbank CA: CorePendium, LLC.  https://www.emrap.org/corependium/chapter/recXKF8nep5mkJcI3/Emegency-Medicine-Documentation-US.  Updated July 7, 2022.  Accessed July 11, 2022.
  • Pallaci M, Dos Santos A.  Case report – Bullous Pemphigoid as a Result of COVID-19 Vaccination.  Submitted, in review.
  • Weingart S, Weinstock M, Moody KK, Jesudoss R, Pallaci M – panel.  National EM Book Club.  May 2022.  56 year old with ‘bronchitis’ bounces back with respiratory distress, hypoxemia, and hypotension.
  • Weinstock M, Pallaci M.  Excellence in the Physical Exam: Chaperones.  UC RAP.  Episode #83, February 2022.
  •  Weinstock M, Pallaci M.  Avoiding Radiology Mistakes.  UC RAP.  Episode #85, March 2022.
  • Weinstock M, Pallaci M.  Mailbag (HEART Score).  UC RAP.  Episode #85, March 2022.
  • Beeson MS, Barton MA, Carter WA, Gorgas D, Gausche-Hill M, Joldersma KB, Reisdorff EJ, Santen S. Comparison of Performance Data from EM1-3 and EM1-4 Programs. Plenary Session Oral Presentation. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
  • Nikolla D, Carlson JN, Zocchi MS, Pines JM, Bedolla J, Beeson M, Carter MA, Kaji AH, Venkat A. Differences in Care Between Experienced Emergency Physicians and New Graduates from 4- and 3-Year Residencies. Oral Presentation. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. New Orleans, LA. May 12, 2022.
  • Beeson M.  Abstract accepted at SAEM22.  Comparison of Performance Data From EM1-3 and EM1-4 Programs.
  • Jouriles N.  Director, EDBA 5th Summit, Baltimore, April.
  • Jouriles N.  ED Operations Lecture, Indian Health Service, April.
  • Jouriles N.  Guest speaker, Indigenous Health Service Grand Rounds, U New Mexico.  May 2022.
  • Jouriles N.  Speaker, EDBA Innovations Course, multiple talks, New Orleans.
  • Pallaci M.  Chair, All-Ohio Emergency Medicine 2022 Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Pallaci M.  Judge for abstract competition, Ohio Osteopathic Symposium Virtual Research Competition, April 2022.
     

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