Journal Performance Report for 2012
Comparison of Electronic Pharmacy Prescription Records With Manually Collected Medication Histories in an Emergency Department
Does Providing Prescription Information or Services Improve Medication Adherence Among Patients Discharged From the Emergency Department? A Randomized Controlled Trial
A Woman's Secret
The Validity of Self-Reported Primary Adherence Among Medicaid Patients Discharged From the Emergency Department With a Prescription Medication
The Trouble With Medication Adherence After Emergency Care
A Performance Improvement Prescribing Guideline Reduces Opioid Prescriptions for Emergency Department Dental Pain Patients
Centering the Pendulum: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine Opioid Prescribing Guidelines
A 9-State Analysis of Designer Stimulant, “Bath Salt,” Hospital Visits Reported to Poison Control Centers
Critical Care Management of Verapamil and Diltiazem Overdose With a Focus on Vasopressors: A 25-Year Experience at a Single Center
What Is the Best Treatment for Acute Calcium Channel Blocker Overdose?
Screening for At-Risk Alcohol Use and Drug Use in an Emergency Department: Integration of Screening Questions Into Electronic Triage Forms Achieves High Screening Rates
Can the San Francisco Syncope Rule Predict Short-Term Serious Outcomes in Patients Presenting With Syncope?
Update: Severe Respiratory Illness Associated With a Novel Coronavirus—Worldwide, 2012-2013
Commentary
Nothing Personal
Treatment of Calcium Channel Blocker Poisoning: Should We Re-Prioritize Our Potpourri of Treatment Options?
Female With Rash
PECARN Abdominal Injury Rule Should Exclude Potentially Abused Children
In reply
A Case of Delayed Sequence Intubation in a Pediatric Patient With Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Ron Krome, Emergency Medicine Pioneer, Dies
RAND Study Highlights Evolving Value of Emergency Medicine