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1 Prospective Evaluation of a Scribe Program's Impacts on Provider Experience, Patient Flow, Productivity, And Teaching in an Academic Emergency Medicine Practice
2 The Role of a Split-Flow Model in the Improvement of Emergency Department Efficiency with Respect to Patients Presenting With Different Acuity Levels
3 The Impact of a Structured, Team-Based Care Model on Patient Satisfaction, Emergency Department Throughput, and Staff Satisfaction
4 Analysis of Ambulance Offload Delay at an Academic Level 1 Trauma Center With Adult and Pediatric Emergency Departments
5 Information Technology Improves the Quality of the Emergency Department Patient Discharge Instructions: A Quasi-Experimental Study
6 Explaining Variations in Emergency Department Volume: Hospital-Specific Characteristics, Hospital Closures, and Other Relevant Factors
7 The ESP (Early Sepsis Prophylaxis) Study: Can Implementation of a Basic Sepsis Bundle Reduce Mortality? A Three-Year Sepsis Research Registry Experience
8 Effects of Potassium-Lidocaine–Induced Cardiac Standstill During Conventional Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in a Pig Model of Prolonged Ventricular Fibrillation
9 Validation of the Denver Emergency Department Trauma Organ Failure Score to Predict Post-Injury Multiple Organ Failure
10 Music to Prevent Hyperventilation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
11 Cerebral SO2 Monitoring in Pediatric Altered Mental Status Patients
12 Do Patients With Acute Massive Pulmonary Embolism Uniformly Demonstrate Right Heart Strain?
13 The Massachusetts Abscess Rule: A Decision Rule for Soft Tissue Ultrasound That Excludes MRSA
14 Emergency Department Observation of Patients With Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage
15 Rapid Discharge of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Cocaine Chest Pain: Application of an Abbreviated Cardiac Enzyme Protocol in the Clinical Decision Unit
16 A More Sensitive Risk Stratification Tool for Identifying Spine Infection Than “Red Flags” or Fever
17 EMF Performance of a High-Sensitivity Troponin I Assay in Emergency Department Patients Evaluated for Acute Coronary Syndromes
18 Prospective Validation Study of the Prediction of Alcohol Withdrawal Severity Scale (PAWSS): A New Scale for the Prediction of Moderate to Severe Alcohol Withdrawal
19 Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism Treatment With Rivaroxaban and LMWH-VKA: Length of Stay and Economic Implications in the Emergency Department Setting
20 A Randomized Double-Blind 3-Armed Comparative Efficacy Trial of IV Valproate versus IV Ketorolac and versus IV Metoclopramide for Emergency Department Treatment of Acute Migraine
21 Thrombotic Events After Vitamin K Antagonist Reversal With 4-Factor Prothrombin Complex Concentrate or Plasma
22 Safety of Intranasal Midazolam: An Analysis of Adverse Events in a Multicenter Cohort
23 Multicenter Analysis of Factors Associated With Delayed Analgesia and Response to Pain Medication in Pediatric Renal Colic Patients
24 Efficacy of Intra-Aortic Balloon Occlusion for Treatment in Blunt Trauma Patients With Shock
25 An Innovative Solution to Reduce Emergency Department Recidivism Among Substance Abuse and Psychiatric Patients
26 Flexible Care Area as an Emergency Department Front-End Solution
27 Reducing Emergency Department Admission Wait Times: Two Successful Approaches
28 Implementation of a Rapid Assessment Unit (Intake Team): Impact on Emergency Department Length of Stay
29 Characteristics Associated With Delays in Initial ECG among Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients
30 Adiponectin Inhibits Oxidative/Nitrative Stress During Myocardial Ischemia and Reperfusion via PKA Signaling
31 Intraosseous Pressure Tracings Mimics Arterial Pressure Tracings in Timing and Contour
32 Decreasing Intraosseous Pressure and Increasing Respiratory Variability Track Fluid Volume Reduction in a Porcine Hypovolemia Model
33 Potassium Shifts During Therapeutic Hypothermia Induced via Esophageal Heat Transfer in Swine
34 EMF Surface Deposition Rates for Strains of Staphylococcus Epidermidis Isolated from Skin versus Blood
35 Evaluating the Views on Organ Donation in an Urban Emergency Department
36 Impact of Hurricane Sandy on Hospital Dialysis Services in Brooklyn, New York
37 Disaster Preparedness in Michigan 2005 to 2012: Are We More Prepared?
38 Evaluation of a Cell Phone-Based Mobile Medical Documentation System During Operation Black Swan
39 Energy Audit of the MED-1 Mobile Hospital and Implications for Increased Efficiency in Mobile Health Care Delivery
40 Death in Simulation: Comparing the Stress to the Educational Value
41 Introducing the Critical Care Direct Observation Tool: Building Validity Evidence for Direct Observation to Measure Emergency Medicine Milestones
42 Impact Of Video Discharge Instructions From the Emergency Department in Regard to Caregiver Understanding of Their Child's Fever and Closed Head Injury
43 Timing of Medical Student Shift Evaluations Does Not Affect Scoring
44 Exploring the Relationship Between the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam Scores and Mandatory Didactic Attendance for Emergency Medicine Residents
45 28-day versus Calendar Month Rotations: Who Ends Up Working More?
46 Time of Emergency Department Arrival is an Inaccurate Measure of Time of Presentation of Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
47 Effect of a Diagnostic Pathway on the Appropriateness of Emergency Department Computed Tomography for Pulmonary Embolus
48 Does the Teach-Back Method Increase Patient Recall of Discharge Instructions in the Emergency Department?
49 Emergency Department Patients Without Primary Providers: Adherence to Scheduled Follow-Up Appointments
50 Emergency Department Survey to Determine the Feasibility of Using Mobile Camera Phones for Outpatient Follow-Up of Soft-Tissue Injuries
51 Significant Reduction of Emergency Department Central Venous Catheter Placement After Implementation of Nursing Education on Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Vein Canalization
52 Significant Reduction of Abdominal Computed Tomography Usage in a Pediatric Emergency Department Following Implementation of Emergency Physician Educational Initiatives
53 Emergency Department Vital Signs are Not Predictive of Rapid Response Assessment Team Activation and Early Clinical Deterioration After Arrival on a Medical Floor
54 Improving the Safety of Rapid Sequence Intubation in a Pediatric Emergency Department
55 Emergency Physicians Maintain Performance on the American Board of Emergency Medicine Continuous Certification (ConCert) Examination
56 D-dimer Testing in PERC Negative Patients for the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism
57 Time to Ultrasound and Emergency Department Discharge in Low-Risk Patients with Suspected Deep Venous Thrombosis
58 Can the Modified Early Warning Score Be Utilized as a Screening Tool to Predict Development of Sepsis-Induced Tissue Hypoperfusion in the Emergency Department?
59 Unmet Legal Needs of Emergency Department Patients: A Novel Opportunity for Medical Legal Partnerships
60 Changes in the Clot Burden of Pulmonary Embolism as Diagnosed by Computed Tomography Angiography over a 10-Year Period
61 Evaluation of C-Reactive Protein Levels in the Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary Embolism
62 Ultrasound of Internal Jugular Veins and Correlation to Pulmonary Edema in Emergency Department Patients a Double Blinded Study
63 Treating Gastritis, Peptic Ulcer Disease, and Dyspepsia in the Emergency Department: The Feasibility and Patient Reported Outcomes of Testing and Treating for H. Pylori Infection
64 Computed Tomography for Low-Risk Pediatric Patients: Impact of the 2009 Prediction Rule of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network
65 The Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Video Capsule Endoscopy Compared to Other Strategies to Manage Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage in the Emergency Department
66 Comparing Rates of Clinical Deterioration Between Patients With Abnormal “Trigger” Vital Signs at Triage versus After Triage
67 Mandatory Health Care Insurance is Not Associated With Improved Mortality or ICU Length of Stay in Severely Injured Trauma Patients in Massachusetts
68 Comparison of Quantitative EEG With Current Clinical Decision Rules for Head CT Utilization in Acute Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Emergency Department
69 Patients' Perspectives on Acceptable Risk for Computed Tomography in Trauma
70 Traumatic Shock After Pediatric Head Injury
71 A Narrowed Decision Instrument for Selective Chest Radiography in Blunt Trauma
72 Head CT for Minor Head Injury: Appropriateness and Early Results of a Quality Improvement Intervention in 6 Emergency Departments
73 Evacuation of Critically Ill Combat Patients by Military Critical Care Air Transport Teams With a Restricted Transfusion Approach is Safe and May Have Higher Return to Duty Rates
74 An Exploratory Study Comparing Ketamine v. Etomidate for Rapid Sequence Intubation in Traumatically Injured Patients
75 Receptor-Interacting Serine/Threonine-Protein Kinase 3 (RIP-3) Expression in Normal and Burned Skin
76 Implementation of a Tranexamic Acid Protocol in the Emergency Department
77 NEXUS in the Alert, Elderly Fall Patient
78 Perceptions of Transvaginal Ultrasound by Patients Being Evaluated in the Emergency Department for Complications of First Trimester Pregnancy
79 INSPIRED (Instruction of Sonographic Placement of IVs by RNs in the Emergency Department): The Learning Curve for Peripheral IV Placement
80 Central Vascular Catheter Placement Evaluation Using Saline Flush and Bedside Echocardiography
81 Accuracy of Point-of-Care Ultrasound for Hydronephrosis in Patients With Suspected Renal Colic: A Look at Emergency Providers With Variable Ultrasound Experience
82 Needle Visibility During Ultrasound-Guided Procedures: Effect of Needle Modification and Scanning Techniques
83 Sustained Knowledge Acquisition Among Rwandan Physicians Participating in Six-Month Ultrasound Training Program
84 A Comparison of Ultrasound-Guided to Landmark-Guided Arthrocentesis of Ankle, Elbow, and Wrist
85 The Utility of Cardiac Ultrasound in Pre-Clinical Medical School Curriculum
86 Can Bedside Sonography Replace Conventional Radiography for Confirmation of Above-the-Diaphragm Central Venous Catheter Placement?
87 Comparative Assessment of Diagnostic Accuracy of Computed Tomography and Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis After the Application of the Alvarado Scoring System
88 A Survey of the Emergency Ultrasound Administrative Systems Within North American Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Programs
89 EKG Voltage Changes in Cardiac Tamponade
90 Admission Rates for Emergency Department Patients With Congestive Heart Failure are Higher in the New York Metropolitan Area than Canada
91 Prevalence and Patient Predictors in Outpatient Treatment of Venous Thromboembolic Disease
92 The Evaluation of Two Chest Pain Risk Scores in Emergency Department Observation Patients
93 Incidence of Hyperthyroidism Among Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Atrial Fibrillation
94 Maximum Helicopter Flight Distance that Allows Timely Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction Patients
95 Appropriate Use of Intravenous Antihypertensive Medications for Elevated Blood Pressure in the Emergency Department
96 Evidence of Incremental Diagnostic Quality Gain in The Assessment of Pulmonary Embolism With Computed Tomography Angiography versus Ventilation Perfusion Scan Using Wells Score and Bayesian Statistical Modeling
97 Overall Compliance and the Effect of Insurance on Outpatient Stress Testing as Part of an Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol for Low Risk Chest Pain
98 Is Triage Time a Valid Measure of “Time Zero” for Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients in the Emergency Department?
99 Electrocardiogram Patterns as Predictors of Pulmonary Embolism
100 Acute Cholecystitis: A Dischargeable Diagnosis?
101 Intraosseous Blood Correlates with Venous Blood in Healthy Subjects Using Point-of-Care Analyzers
102 Repeat Abdominal Computed Tomography Influences Emergency Department Patient Diagnosis and Disposition
103 HemoCue versus Complete Blood Count for Hemoglobin Measurement in Adults With Vaso-occlusive Crisis Due to Sickle Cell Disease
104 Withdrawn
105 Time to Treatment and Mortality in Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia
106 Accuracy of Noninvasive and Invasive Point-of-Care Hemoglobin Measurement in the Emergency Department
107 The Early Predictive Ability of Myoglobin versus Troponin in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome
108 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in the Emergency Department: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Accuracy in History, Physical Exam Findings, and Testing
109 EMF Point-of-Care Testing in Setting of Nitromethane and Methanol Co-Ingestion Will Not Mask True Creatinine, Anion Gap, or Osmolar Gap
110 Parenteral V. Oral Phytonadione Administration for Warfarin-Induced Coagulopathy
111 Physician Attitudes and Perceived Barriers to Prescribing Nasal Naloxone Rescue Kits in the Emergency Department
112 Routine versus Comprehensive Drug of Abuse Screens in Emergency Patients With Psychiatric Complaints
113 The Effects of Neutralization Therapy for Acute Alkali Ingestion in Rabbit
114 Time to Antivenom Administration in Snakebite
115 Ongoing Opioid Misuse Identification in the Emergency Department Using the COMM Instrument Compared to Clinician Judgment
116 Out-of-Hospital Aspirin Administration for Acute Coronary Syndrome in the United States: An EMS Quality Assessment Using the NEMSIS (National EMS Information System) Database
117 Comparison in Effectiveness and Safety Between a Supraglottic Airway Device and Endotracheal Intubation in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in The Netherlands
118 Risk Factors for Apnea in Pediatric Patients Transported by Paramedics for Out-of-Hospital Seizure
119 First Medical Contact to Balloon Time in Out-of-Hospital Activation of the Catheterization Laboratory With and Without ECG Transmission
120 Dextrose 10% in the Treatment of Out-of-Hospital Hypoglycemia: Analysis of the Results of One EMS System
121 Emergency Department Triage of Low Acuity Patients to a Federally Qualified Health Center
122 Emergency Medical Service Provider Hand Washing Practices
123 Paramedics Believe Verbal Verification With a Team Mate Reduces Medication Errors More than Mental Verification Alone
124 Targeted Intervention Reduces Use in Frequent Users of Emergency Medical Services
125 Out-of-Hospital Acute ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction Identification in San Diego: A Retrospective Analysis on the Effect of Implementing a New Software Algorithm
126 Adequacy of Traditional Verbal Informed Consent versus Patient-Directed Standardized Written Consent
127 Emergency Department Crowding and Physician Inexperience are Synergistically Associated With Increased Physician Errors
128 A Comparison of Urine versus Saliva Testing for Drug Exposure in an Emergency Department Population
129 The Boarding Experience From the Patient Perspective: The Wait
130 Intravenous Home Infusion Therapy Instituted From a 24-Hour Clinical Decision Unit Decreases Hospitalization for Patients With Cellulitis
131 Creation of a Novel, Simplified Outcomes Prediction Model for 90-day Outcomes in Acute Stroke: Creating an Implementable Decision Support Tool for Thrombolytic Therapy
132 EMF Emergency Physicians Attitudes, Preferences, and Knowledge Regarding Computed Tomography Utilization, Radiation, and Imaging Decision Support
133 Risk Factors for Adult Emergency Department Discharge Failure: A Systemic Review
134 Emergency Medicine Patient Satisfaction With Email Follow-Up Reminders
135 Association of Patient, Operational, and Care Factors With Emergency Department Satisfaction in Dental Pain, Back Pain, and Headache Patients
136 Pediatric Emergency Department Discharge Failure: A Systemic Review of Risk Factors and Interventions
137 GEDI WISE: Initial Effects on Admissions and Emergency Department Revisits
138 Outcomes of a Pilot Senior Emergency Department Program
139 Home Care for Emergency Department Elders: Out-Of-Pocket Costs is a Major Barrier to Both Service Uptake and Continuation
140 Improving Emergency Department Identification and Management of Agitated Delirium in Older Adults: Implementation and Impact Assessment of a Comprehensive Clinical Protocol Using an A-B-C-D-E-F Mnemonic
141 Nonagenarian Patients With Acute Heart Failure in the Spanish Emergency Departments From the “Epidemiology of Acute Heart Failure in Emergency” Project
142 The Emergency to Home Project: Impact of an Emergency Department Care Coordinator on Hospital Admission and Emergency Department Utilization Among Seniors
143 Application of the New Orleans Head Computed Tomography Criteria to Patients Over the Age of 65
144 GEDI WISE: Geriatric Emergency Department Innovations in Care through Workforce, Informatics, and Structural Enhancements
145 Feasibility of Implementing a Focused Nursing Assessment for Geriatric Patients in the Emergency Department
146 Analysis of Emergency Department Predictors for 30-day Geriatric Hospital Readmissions
147 Seeking a Second Opinion: Use of the Same versus a Different Hospital for Patients Requiring Recurrent Emergency Department Visits
148 EMF Association Between Health Insurance Type, Arrival Time, and Primary Care-Treatable Emergency Department Visits in the United States
149 An Evaluation of British Columbia's Emergency Department Pay-for-Performance Program on Emergency Department Length of Stay: A Preliminary Analysis
150 Emergency Department Physician Computed Tomography Utilization and Admission Rates
151 The Effect of Change in Insurance Status on Emergency Department Utilization: A Systematic Review
152 Projecting the Impact of a Proposed State Policy to Deny Payment for Emergency Department Visits
153 Medical Liability Reform Does Not Affect the Number of Physicians in a State
154 Patients Sent to the Emergency Department by Advanced Health Care Providers are More Likely to Need Admission
155 Emergency Department Visits for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions: The Role of County-Level Primary Care Provider Density and Payer Status
156 The Impact of a Protocol-Driven Emergency Department Observation Unit on Prolonged Inpatient Observation Stays
157 The Persistent Emergency Department Superuser: Defining a Population to Target Limited Resources
158 Variation in Charges for Emergency Department Visits in California
159 Emergency Physician Variation in Admissions for Common Chief Complaints
160 New Metrics to Identify the Emergency Department Super User: Thinking Beyond the Number of Emergency Department Visits
161 Effect of a Systems-Based Approach on Reducing Emergency Department Use in an Integrated Health System
162 U.S. Hospital Variation in Outpatient Treatment of Venous Thromboembolic Disease, 2010
163 Cost Savings Associated With Transfer Of Trauma Patients Within An Accountable Care Organization
164 Patient Returns to the Emergency Department: The Time-to-Return Curve
165 Assessing the Need for Acute HIV Testing in the Emergency Department
166 An Emergency Department Sepsis Alert is Associated With Decreased Mortality in Septic Patients Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit
167 Vancomycin Use in Patients Discharged from the Emergency Department
168 The Implementation of Opt-In Rapid HIV Testing in an Urban Emergency Department
169 Computerized Provider Order Entry Increases Weight-Based Dosing Compliance With Vancomycin Prescribing in the Emergency Department
170 Characteristics of Patients Who Accept and Decline Emergency Department Rapid HIV Testing
171 The Microbiology of Necrotizing Fasciitis and Associated Mortality in an Urban Environment
172 Soft Tissue Assessment of Acute Trauma Patients Using a New Novel Non Invasive Device
173 Face Trauma is a Predictor of Cervical Spine Injury in Elderly Fall Patients Who Meet Trauma Alert Criteria
174 Closed Reduction Of Distal Radius Fractures: Is Finger Trap Traction Superior to Manual Traction?
175 Determining the Utility of Metabolic Acidosis in Trauma Patients
176 Decreased Imaging Use Associated With Transfer Of Trauma Patients Within an Accountable Care Organization
177 A Population-Wide Study of Pediatric Access to Trauma Centers in California, 2005-2011
178 Do Repeat Head CT Scans After Blunt Head Trauma Change Management in the Pediatric Patient?
179 Cervical Immobilization in the Emergency Department: Duration and Patient Understanding of its Indications
180 Predictors of Traumatic Intracranial Injury in Elderly Fall Patients Meeting Trauma Alert Criteria
181 Is a Routine Pelvic X-Ray Needed for Blunt Trauma Patients Undergoing Further Imaging?
182 Application of a Head CT Decision Rule in Elderly Fall Patients With Baseline Mental Status Triaged to the Trauma Bay
183 The Role of Limited Head CT in the Evaluation of Pediatric Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Malfunction
184 A Six-Year Retrospective Review of Pediatric Firearm Injuries
185 A Prospective, Multicenter Study of Factors Affecting the Emergency Department Length of Stay of Pediatric Patients: Does the Diagnosis, Especially Psychiatric Diagnosis, Matter?
186 Effect of Provider Type and Sex on Empiric Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescent Emergency Department Patients
187 Hematuria is Almost Always Seen in Pediatric Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Urolithiasis
188 The Safety of Discharge of Pediatric Patients With Peripheral IV Catheter in Place Until Time of Follow-Up
189 Diagnostic Characteristics of Abdominal Radiographs for Intussusception
190 IV Access Delay in Neonatal Severe Sepsis Remains Common
191 Childhood Obesity: Assessing the Parents' Perceptions of Children's Weight as a Health Risk
192 Ovarian Torsion in Pediatric Patients: A Review of Eleven Years' Experience
193 Clinical and Demographic Characteristics Associated With Opioid Overdose Visits to United States Emergency Departments
194 A Novel Way to Evaluate Health Care Utilization Characteristics of Intimate Partner Violence Victims
195 EMF Healthy Neighborhoods and the Emergency Department: Is Neighborhood Healthy Food Availability Associated With Emergency Department Presentations for Diet-Related Illness?
196 Increasing Prevalence of Adult-Onset Diabetes Mellitus in Patients Seeking Care in the Emergency Department
197 Quality Improvement in Physician Disclosure and Linkage to Care of Those Newly Diagnosed With HIV in an Urban Level I Trauma Center Emergency Department Performing Universal Screening
198 Factors Associated With Peri-Assault Loss of Consciousness Among Sexual Assault Survivors in the Emergency Department: A 10-Year Experience
199 Suspect and Officer Injuries Associated With Modern Police Use of Force
200 Incorporating a Community Referral Coordinator in the Emergency Department Improves Community Health Center Follow-Up for Discharged Patients
201 Why Does Influenza-Like Illness Surveillance Miss True Influenza Cases in the Emergency Department?: Implications for Health Care Providers
202 The Emergency Department as a Platform for Tobacco Cessation Utilizing Pre-Health Professional Students as Research Associates
203 Comparison of GlideScope Video Laryngoscopy to Direct Laryngoscopy for Intubation of Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department
204 Determination of Accuracy in Emergency Department Dosing for Rapid Sequence Intubation
205 Development and Validation of the Performance of Airway Management Instrument for Paramedics
206 Combined Ketamine and Propofol Sedation versus Propofol Sedation for Emergency Department Procedures: A Prospective Randomized Trial
207 A Comparison of the Reusable Standard GlideScope to the Disposable Cobalt GlideScope
208 Failed First Attempt Intubations in the Emergency Department: Efficacy of Video Laryngoscopy as Rescue Device
209 Trauma Intubation Protocol Success Before and After Acquisition of Video Laryngoscopy
210 Point-of-Care Ultrasound Use Over Six-Month Training Period in Rwandan District Hospitals
211 Can Emergency Physicians Accurately Identify Complex Abnormalities on Point-of-Care Echocardiogram?
212 Use of Multimedia for Resident Education in Aorta Ultrasound
213 The Portal Research Network: Defining the Learning Curve of Emergency Medicine Resident Point-of-Care Trainees
214 Predicting Fluid Responsiveness in Sepsis by Echocardiographic Evaluation
215 The Use of a Novel Device Compared to Traditional Approaches for Pericardiocentesis in a Cadaveric Model by Emergency Medicine Residents
216 Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Training: A Novel Team-Based Approach
217 Emergency Department versus Radiology Department Pelvic Ultrasound and Effect on Patient Length of Stay: A Randomized Control Trial
218 Pilot Study: Ejection Fraction Estimation by Emergency Medicine Residents Using Limited Bedside Echocardiography in the Emergency Department
219 Accuracy of Suprasternal Notch View Using Focused Cardiac Ultrasound to Evaluate Aortic Arch Measurements
220 A Survey of Emergency Physician Use of Bedside Ultrasound in North Carolina
221 Patients' Perceptions of Waiting Times and the Effect on Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department
222 Initial Patient Evaluation of Physicians, Based on Attire
223 Differences Between Actual Arrival Time and Triage Time in an Urban, Academic Emergency Department
224 Utility of Blood Cultures for Discharged Patients in the Emergency Department
225 Mechanical and Thrombotic Complication Rates for Central Line Insertion in Emergency Medicine: A Multi-Center Cohort Study
226 Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infection Rates in Emergency Medicine: A Multi-Center Cohort Study
227 Rapid Response Team Activations Within 24 Hours of Admission from the Emergency Department: An Innovative Approach for Performance Improvement
228 Mind the (Knowledge) Gap: The Effect of a Communication Tool on Emergency Department Patients' Comprehension of and Satisfaction With Care
229 Implementing a Trigger Tool Adverse Event Analysis in an Emergency Out-of-Hospital Setting
230 Characteristics of Patients Leaving an Emergency Department Against Medical Advice: Analysis of a National Database
231 Is There a Correlation Between Emergency Department Crowding Measures and Acute Myocardial Infarction Mortality?
232 A Comparison of Confirmed Intrauterine Pregnancy by Ultrasound In Patients With Vaginal Bleeding in Early Pregnancy With HCG levels Above and Below 2000
233 Overuse of Laboratory Testing in Symptomatic First Trimester Pregnant Patients in the Emergency Department
234 Increased Body Mass Index Among Women Correlates With Increased Rates of Urine Contamination
235 Does This Patient Have Pericardial Effusion?
236 Alternative Diagnoses With Systematic Low Dose Unenhanced Computed Tomography in the Emergency Department for Uncomplicated Renal Colic: A Prospective Study
237 Clinical Predictors of the Underlying Cause of Instability in the Emergency Department
238 The Effectiveness of End Tidal Carbon Dioxide as an Indicator for Improvement of the Metabolic Acidosis Patients
239 Chest X-Ray Yield in Patients With Isolated Chest Pain: Derivation of a Decision Rule
240 Characteristics of Emergency Department Patients With Diabetic Ketoacidosis: Assessing the Yield of Diagnostic Laboratory Testing for Identification of Episode Precipitants
241 Management of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: A Randomized Control Trial
242 Three-Window Bedside Ultrasound versus Chest X-Ray for the Confirmation of Endotracheal Tube Placement
243 Pocket-Sized Ultrasound in the Emergency Department: Is Smaller Better?
244 The Changes of the Guardian's Demands for Computed Tomography Before and After Explanation About the Risk and Benefit in Pediatric Minor Head Injury Patients
245 Rescue Vascular Access in the Emergency Department
246 Performance Improvement Project to Ensure Follow-Up for Repeat Lower Extremity Ultrasound Examinations
247 Accuracy of Airway Ultrasound for Confirmation of Endotracheal Intubation by Expert and Novice Emergency Physicians
248 Use of a Simulation Model as an Adjunct for Transvaginal Emergency Ultrasound Teaching and a Novel Evaluation Tool to Assess Competency
249 Comparison of the AMI 9700 Aorta Scanner to Computed Tomography Imaging for Abdominal Aortic Diameter Measurement
250 The Role of Emergency Ultrasonography in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
251 Characteristics of “Doctor-Shopping” Patients in the Emergency Department
252 Prescription Opioid Misuse is Common Among Emergency Department Patients Discharged With Opioids
253 Patients Using an Automated Pain Tracker Device in the Emergency Department are More Likely to Receive Analgesia
254 The Effect of Vapocoolant Spray on Pain in Adults Undergoing Peripheral Intravenous Line Placement in the Emergency Department: Preliminary Results of a Randomized, Blinded, Placebo-Controlled Trial
255 Pain, Expectations of Pain Relief, and Opioid Misuse Among Emergency Department Patients
256 Arterial Puncture Using Insulin Needle is Less Painful than Standard Needle: A Randomised Crossover Trial
257 Association Between Race and the Administration of Analgesia in an Academic Tertiary Care Center Emergency Department, 2007-2011
258 Validating Health Information Exchange Data for Quality Measurement
259 Printer Alarm for Notification of Time-Sensitive Results
260 The Effect of Clinical Decision Support on Adherence to Evidence-Based Guidelines for CT in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Emergency Department
261 Mobile-Application-Based HIV Intervention: An Opt-In Approach to Promote Rapid HIV Screening in an Inner-City Emergency Department
262 Incidence of Speech Recognition Errors in the Emergency Department
263 A Novel Electronic Medical Record-Based Screening Alert Successfully Identifies Patients With Severe Sepsis
264 Attitudes Toward Text Messaging as a Form of Patient Follow-Up in an Emergency Department
265 Cluster Analytics Identifies Distinct Profiles of Children With Clinically Important Brain Injury
266 The Impact of a Health Information Exchange on Resource Use and Medicare-Allowable Charges at Eleven Emergency Departments Operated by Four Major Hospital Systems in a Midsized Southeastern City: An Observational Study Using Clinician Estimates
267 Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Non-Invasive Ventilation for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Respiratory Failure in a Low Income Country (India) When ICU is Not Available
268 Is the Broselow Tape Valid in South Sudan, “The Hungriest Place on Earth”?
269 The SODIS Water Disinfection Technique Using Materials Available to Wilderness and Backcountry Travelers: A Pilot Study
270 Acclimatization of Biometric Parameters at Elevation Do Not Differ Between Endurance Athletes and the General Population
271 Understanding the Emerging Role of Ultrasound in Colombian Emergency Medicine Residency Training
272 The Effect of Geography and Demography on Outcomes of Emergency Department Patients in Rural Uganda
273 Globalization of Emergency Medicine Research: Perspective from Publications in Emergency Medicine Journals, 1991-2012
274 A Short Trauma Course for Physicians in a Resource-Limited Setting: Is Low-Cost Simulation Effective?
275 Can We Appropriately Triage Emergency Patients Using the Simplified Japan Triage and Acuity Scale-Based Triage Scale?: Validation of a Triage Scale Emphasizing Physiologic Variables or Mechanism of Injuries
276 An Operational Analysis of Integrating Screening and Brief Intervention into the Normal Workflow of the Emergency Department Without Additional Resources
277 Withdrawn
278 ‘From the ED2PMD’: A Text Messaging Program to Connect Adolescents to a Health Home
279 Ultra-Low Cost Uterine Balloon Tamponade Package for Postpartum Hemorrhage Control Among Health Providers in Kenya
280 Health-Related Behavior of Patients Presenting to an Urban Emergency Department
281 Exploratory Study of Emergency Physicians' Use of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Using a Framework of Technology Acceptance
282 The Association Between Patient Demographics and the Acceptance of Routine HIV Screening in the Emergency Department
283 Implementing a Diversion Clinic To Treat Lower-Acuity Emergency Department Patients and Provide Follow-Up Care
284 Knowledge, Beliefs, and Attitudes of Emergency Department Health Care Providers Towards Hepatitis C and Rapid Hepatitis C Testing
285 A Length-Based Pediatric Tape: Its Effect on Dosage Accuracy and Time to Medication Delivery in the Out-of-Hospital Setting in the National Park Service
286 Effect of EMT Sex on Out-of-Hospital Patient Care
287 Pilot Survey of Components of Emergency Medical Services Emergent Handoffs
288 Chart Analysis of Frequency and Complications from Intraosseous Infusion in Out-of-Hospital Pediatric and Adult Populations
289 Resource Utilization and Out-of-Hospital Treatment of Pediatric Patients in Northern West Virginia
290 Comparison of Three Scoring Systems to Predict Mortality of Unstable Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Cirrhotic Patients
291 Comparison of Direct versus Video Laryngoscopy for Tracheal Intubation in Aeromedical Transport Patients
292 Emergency Medical Services Procedures Performed on Pediatric Patients?
293 A Qualitative Study of the Boston Medical Center Violence Intervention Advocacy Program: Understanding the Progression of the Client/Advocate Relationship
294 Poly-Arginine Compound Tested in a Murine Model for Frostbite
295 The Impact of State-Level Graduated Driver Licensing Policy on Rates of Unlicensed Driving and Passenger Restraint Use: Can Stricter Legislation Foster a Culture of Safety?
296 What Contributes to Subject and Officer Injuries During Law Enforcement Use of Force Events?
297 Sex Differences in Emergency Department Patient Mechanical Fall Risk and Openness to Communication with Providers
298 Modified CAGE as a Screening Tool for Mechanical Fall Risk Assessment: A Pilot Survey
299 Injury Patterns of Mixed Martial Arts Athletes in the United States
300 Occupational Deaths Due to All-Terrain Vehicle and Utility Vehicle Use in Iowa
301 Factors Associated With Length of Stay in Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department
302 Estimating Weights Using the Broselow Tape in Korea: Comparison of Old and New Versions of the Broselow Tape Use
303 Development and Validation of the Korean Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network Diagnosis Grouping System
304 Comparison of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician to Emergency Medicine Attending Physician Chest X-Ray Utilization in Pediatric Patients With Acute Wheeze
305 Pediatric Out-of-Hospital Electrical Cardiotherapy in the State of Michigan
306 Management of Pediatric Concussion Patients by Emergency Physicians
307 A Comparison of Length of Stay Between Admitted and Discharged Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department
308 The Utility and Accuracy of Skype in Viewing Computed Tomography Images from a Remote Facility for the Diagnosis of Appendicitis in Pediatrics
309 Implications of Extreme Leukocytosis in Young Children Treated in Urgent Care
310 Does Obesity Education Have a Role in the Emergency Department?
311 Real-Time Use of a Chest Pain Risk Stratification Clinical Decision Rule: A Cautionary Tale
312 Are One-Day Admissions Better than Emergency Department Observation in Syncope Patients?
313 Identification of Characteristics of Adult Patients in the Emergency Department Who Develop Ventricular Tachycardia or Ventricular Fibrillation During Hospital Stay
314 Evaluation of Adverse Outcomes in Syncope: A Comparison of the Boston, San Francisco, and Osservatorio Epidemiologico Sulla Sincope nel Lazio Clinical Prediction Rules
315 Association of Time at First Myocardial Infarction and High-Density Cholesterol Levels
316 Can GRACE Score Reduce Cardiac Testing in Low-Risk Chest Pain Patients?
317 Successful Implementation of Proactive Rounding by a Rapid Response Team in a Tertiary, Academic, Level 1 Trauma Center Reduces Inpatient Cardiac Arrests and Facilitates Preemptive Transfer to a Higher Level of Care
318 Hemodynamic Profiles of Emergency Department Patients With Acute Heart Failure and Their Association With Treatment
319 Hemodynamic Effects of Nitroglycerin Ointment in Emergency Department Patients With Symptoms of Acute Heart Failure
320 Emergency Department Disposition of Patients Diagnosed With Rib Fracture
321 Tactical Study of Care Originating in the Out-of-Hospital Environment (TACSCOPE): Out-of-Hospital Application of Predictor Guidelines for Massive Transfusion and Survival
322 Evaluation for Ohio's Geriatric Specific Trauma Triage Criteria: Assessing Implementation and Improvement in Outcomes for Ohio's Elders
323 Clinically Significant Occult Injuries are Rare on Advanced Chest Imaging
324 The Value of Neurocognitive Testing for Acute Traumatic Brain Injury
325 A Clinical Rule for Predicting Massive Transfusion in Trauma Victims
326 The Effect of Sedative Medications on Systolic Blood Pressure and Tissue Perfusion in Patients With Closed Head Injury Undergoing Resuscitation
327 Delayed Intracranial Hemorrhage in the Anticoagulated Patient: A Systematic Review
328 Transfusion of Blood Products in Trauma Victims: Effects of Fresh Frozen Plasma, Platelet and Intravenous Fluid to Packed Red Blood Cell Volume Ratios on Survival
329 GLASS: Glass Intact Assures Safe Spine
330 The Emergency Department as a Gateway to Child Mental Health Services in Florida
331 Rapid Emergency Department Medical Clearance Protocol for Psychiatric Patients
332 Psychiatric-Associated Visits to California Emergency Departments: Presence of Licensed Psychiatric Beds and Admission
333 The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act and Patients with Psychiatric Emergencies: A Review of Relevant Case Law
334 Medication Compliance by Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department
335 Resident Comfort and Confidence in Live Animal and Simulation Training Models for Transvenous Pacemaker Placement
336 Learner-Centered Educational Technology to Advance Head CT Scan Interpretation by Emergency Medicine Residents
337 Switching Conferences from Lecture to Small Group Discussion: Does it Impact Residents' Learning?
338 Documentation Templates for Clinical Encounters Improves Medical Student Performance of USMLE Step 2 CS Essential Actions on an Objective Structured Clinical Exam
339 Evaluation of Volume Status by Bedside Ultrasound of the Inferior Vena Cava: Effectiveness of a Brief Educational Intervention
340 Patient Perception of the Role of Medical Students in Their Care in the Emergency Department
341 Understanding Medical Students' Struggles to be a Doctor in the Emergency Department
342 Air Medical Curricula in Emergency Medicine Residencies
343 Incentive for Conference Attendance in an Academic Faculty
344 Prescription Opioids in the Twittersphere: A Contextual Analysis of Tweets About Prescription Drugs
345 In Vitro Neutralization With Trypsin or Rosmarinic Acid Reduces the Toxicity of M icrurus Fulvius Venom
346 Opioid Education and Nasal Naloxone Rescue Kit Distribution in the Emergency Department
347 Predictors of Coagulopathy and Hemorrhage in Salicylate Toxicity
348 Time to Administration of Crotalid Antivenin in the Pediatric Emergency Department: A Quality Improvement Intervention
349 Effect of an Alcohol Withdrawal Protocol on Patient Outcomes at a Tertiary Care Hospital
350 The Correlation of Lactate and Carboxyhemoglobin Levels in Carbon Monoxide Poisonings
351 EMF Opioid Misuse Risk Among Emergency Department Patients With Cancer
352 Apnea Characteristics and Predictors During Procedural Sedation and Analgesia
353 Care Plans Can Reduce Emergency Department Visits for Those With Drug-Seeking Behavior
354 Does an Automatic Screen Prompt on an Electronic Medical Record Decrease Time to Administration of Pain Medications?
355 Route of Administration Specific Placebo Response Meta-Analysis for Acute Treatment of Migraine
356 Evaluating the Relationship Between Opioid Analgesics and Patient Satisfaction Among Emergency Department Patients
357 Randomized Clinical Trial of Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen versus Codeine/Acetaminophen in the Treatment of Acute Extremity Pain After Emergency Department Discharge
358 The Relationship Between Patient Age and Pain Management of Long Bone Fracture in the Emergency Department
359 The Neurocognitive Effects of Simulated Use of Force Scenarios
360 Incidence and Clinical Characteristics of Stroke Mimics in the Era of Thrombolytics
361 Potential Sex-Specific Barriers to Treatment of Acute Stroke: Do Sex Differences In Stroke Knowledge Vary By Age?
362 Improving Time to Brain Imaging in Acute Stroke: Analysis of the Increasing Stroke Treatment through Interventional Behavioral Change Tactics (INSTINCT) Trial
363 Potential Misdiagnosis of Bell's Palsy in the Emergency Department
364 Validation of the SEDAN Score to Predict Risk of Symptomatic Intracranial Hemorrhage after Stroke Thrombolysis
365 Direct Medical Costs of Traumatic Lumbar Puncture in the Setting of Possible Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
366 Implementation and Impact of a Rural Emergency Department Acute Ischemic Stroke Clinical Pathway
367 Acute Headache in a Pediatric Emergency Department
368 Emergency Department Initiation of Levetiracetam for Seizure: A Cohort Study Examining Psychiatric Risk Assessment and Counseling
369 Changing Incidence in Emergency Department Visits for Stroke
370 Long-Term, Organ-Specific Outcomes in Survivors of Severe Sepsis or Septic Shock: A Systematic Review
371 Ecallantide for the Acute Treatment of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor-Induced Angioedema: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial
372 Life After Sepsis Therapy: A One-Year Follow-Up Study of Early Goal-Directed Therapy Outcomes
373 Prospective Randomized Trial of Insulin Glargine in Acute Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in the Emergency Department: A Pilot Study
374 Computerized Decision-Support Decreases Vancomycin Underdosing Errors With Modest Effect on Dosing Accuracy in Critically Ill Patients in the Emergency Department
375 Predictors of Dobutamine and Red Blood Cell Administration Among Patients Treated With Early Goal-Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department
376 Bleeding Complications of Central Venous Catheterization in Septic Patients With Abnormal Hemostasis
377 Medical Students' Perceptions of the Residency Interview Process
378 Rethinking Education: The Wiscopkins Model - Novel Curriculum and Milestone Deployment Using iTunesU
379 How Does Emergency Department Crowding, as Measured by National Emergency Department Overcrowding Scale, Affect Medical Student Test Score and Clerkship Evaluation?
380 Theme-Based Ultrasound Education: A Novel Approach to Teaching Point-of-Care Ultrasound to Medical Students
381 An Alumni Survey Using Emergency Medicine Milestones as a Needs Assessment for Curriculum Improvement
382 Enhancing Ultrasound Education through Volunteer Participation in Cardiac Screening
383 A Descriptive Analysis of the Evaluative Components on the Standard Letter of Recommendation in Emeregency Medicine
384 Factors Influencing Physician Determination of Code Status in the Emergency Department
385 Delaying the ABEM Qualifying Examination Leads to Poorer Performance
386 Derivation and Validation of a Hospital Admission Prediction Model Adding Coded Chief Complaint to Demographic, Emergency Department Operational and Patient Acuity Data Available at Emergency Department Triage Using Neural Net Methodology
387 Telemedicine Trial to Assess The Utility of a Remote Emergency Attending Providing Patient Care in the Emergency Department
388 Individual Revenue and Cost Data to Describe Physician Productivity
389 Evaluation of the Patient Satisfaction Performance of Emergency Medicine Resident Physicians in a Large Urban Academic Emergency Department
390 Comparison of End Tidal CO2 and Cerebral Oximetry in Determining Return of Spontaneous Circulation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
391 The Relationship of ETCO2 to SCVO2 and Lactate During Early Goal-Directed Therapy for the Treatment of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
392 Withdrawn
393 Increased Chest Compression Depth is Associated With Improved Survival from Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
394 Comparison of Advanced Airways in the Initial Airway Management of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest–Are There Any Differences?: SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Interim Report
395 The Effect of Emergency Department Crowding and Time of Day Upon the Adherence to Early Goal-Directed Therapy
396 Emergency Department Based Telemedicine: Testing the Feasibility of Using Telemedicine as a Communication and Consultation Tool for Critically Ill Patients
397 Hands-Up Time to Set Up Two Different Mechanical Chest Compression Devices
398 Outcome of Out-of-Hospital Infant Cardiac Arrest Presenting With Asystole as Initial Rhythm
399 Are Immobilization Backboards and C-Collars Needed for Patients who are Ambulatory at the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident?: The Occurrence of Spinal Injury
400 Despite Self-Reported Comfort in Managing Syncope Patients in the Out-of-Hospital Setting, Most EMS Providers have Significant Knowledge Deficits in the Definition, Etiology, and Management of Syncope
401 Emergency Medical Service Frequent User Resource Utilization: The Los Angeles Experience
402 The Impact of a New Freestanding Emergency Department on a County Emergency Medical Services System
403 Characteristics of the Most Frequent “Super-Users” of Emergency Medical Services
404 Addition of Impedance Threshold Device Therapy Improves Blood Pressure in the Out-of-Hospital Spontaneously Breathing Hypotensive Patient
405 Efficacy of Intramuscular Epinephrine for the Treatment of Severe Anaphylaxis: A Comparison of Two Ambulance Services with Different Protocols
406 Factors Associated With Oxyhemoglobin Desaturation During Rapid Sequence Intubation in a Pediatric Emergency Department: Findings from a Multivariable Analysis
407 Incidence of Hypoxemia During Rapid Sequence Intubation of Head-Injured Patients in the Emergency Department
408 Comparison of Intubation Performance by Emergency Medicine Residents Using Gum Elastic Bougie versus Standard Stylet in Simulated Easy and Difficult Intubation Scenarios
409 Factors Affecting Nebulized Albuterol Aerosol Particle Sizes
410 Morphological Change of Waveform End Tidal CO2 Measurements in Adult Asthma Patients: A Prospective Pilot Study
411 Asthma Quality Improvement: Clinical Standard Work and Objective Admission Criteria Reduce Emergency Department Admit Length of Stay
412 Usefulness of Prediction for Septic Shock in Community-Acquired Pneumonia Using Delta Neutrophil Index in Emergency Department
413 Deciding Whether or Not a Diagnostic Test has at Least One “Useful Likelihood Ratio” By “Glancing” at Reported Sensitivities and Specificities
414 Using Social Media to Facilitate Community Consultation for Trials Using Exception from Informed Consent
415 The Protocol Acuity Scoring Tool for Prediction of Emergency Medicine Research Study Workload
416 A Systematic Review of Methods Used in Individual Patient Data Meta-Analyses of Clinical Trials of Acute Cardiovascular Diseases
417 Efficacy Results Using a Novel Hidradenitis Suppurativa Endpoint, Hiscr ( Hi dradenitis S uppurativa C linical R esponse), From The Placebo-Controlled Phase of a Phase 2 Adalimumab Study
418 The Incidence of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in Patients Intubated in the Emergency Department
419 HIV Testing in the Emergency Department: Provider Attitudes and Perceived Barriers Towards Testing
420 An Analysis of Appropriateness of Antimicrobial Prescription in Discharged Adult Patients in the Emergency Department
421 Mononucleosis Testing in the Emergency Department: Correlation With Signs and Symptoms
422 EMF The Host Response to Line Sepsis: Experimental and Computational Analysis of Complement Activation against Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcal Biofilms
423 Fever in Children With Sickle Cell Disease: Are All “Fevers” Equal?
424 Sepsis Screening Clinical Decision Rule: A Novel Tool to Identify Emergency Department Patients who are at High Risk for Developing Severe Sepsis/Septic Shock
425 Securing Chest Tubes Properly: Can Low-Fidelity, Low-Cost Simulation Improve Technical Abilities of Emergency Medicine Residents?
426 A Comparison of Simulation-Based Education versus Lecture-Based Instruction for Toxicology Training in Emergency Medicine Residents
427 Full-Scale Human Simulation is Effective in Educating Preclinical Medical Students on Basic Acute Care Skills: A Multicenter Prospective Study
428 Withdrawn
429 Effect of Finger-Marker for Maintaining Correct Finger Position During Pediatric Chest Compressions: A Simulation Study
430 Developing a Trauma Team Simulation-Based Orientation
431 A Strategy to Improve Wellness Among Out-of-Hospital Providers
432 Navigating the Work-Family Dynamic: Emergency Physicians' Contemporary Perspectives
EMF-1 Do Emergency Department Closures have Ripple Effects on Surrounding Communities?: An Analysis of Closures on Inpatient Mortality for All-Comers in California, 1999-2010
EMF-2 Optimizing Self-Care Skills for Patients With Acute Heart Failure Using Geospatial Analysis
EMF-3 Retrospective Study to Identify Highly Imaged Conditions
EMF-4 Communication about Opioid versus Non-Opioid Analgesics in the Emergency Department
TF-1 EMF The Effect of CYP2D6 Drug-Drug Interactions on Hydrocodone Efficacy
TF-2 An Innovative Adult-Learning Curriculum Merging Evidence-Based Medicine, Knowledge Translation, and Research Design
TF-3 Teaching to Teach: Techniques for Teaching in a Busy Emergency Department
TF-4 Asynchronous E-Learning Web Site for Off-Service Residents Rotating in the Emergency Department
TF-5 Competencies During Chaos: Life-Saving Performance of Patient Care Providers Using a Multi-Actor, Competency-Based Emergency Preparedness Curriculum
TF-6 Task-Shifting Acute Care Services: A Curriculum to Train Emergency Community Health Workers
TF-7 Real-Time Debriefing in the Emergency Department
TF-8 Learner Curriculum for Bedside Evaluation of Patients With Undifferentiated Hypotension Using the Rapid Ultrasound for Shock and Hypotension Exam
TF-9 Crisis Resource Management Curriculum For Emergency Medicine Residents Using Simulation
TF-10 Procedure Simulation Cart
TF-11 Medical Knowledge Enabled High Fidelity Simulation: A Template for a Milestone-Based Resuscitation Skills Assessment Tool
TF-12 Quality Improvement: Emphasizing the Importance and Developing a Curriculum
TF-13 Hemorrhage Control Educational Module for Tactical Law Enforcement Officers
TF-14 The “What If” Curriculum of Common Emergency Critical Care Procedures
TF-15 Advancing Palliative Medicine Education in the Emergency Department: Utilizing Simulation and Standardized Patients to Engage Modern Learners
TF-16 Reflection Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residents
TF-17 Cardiac Emergencies, They're Kinda a Big Deal: A Novel Approach to Resident Cardiology Core Content Education Series
TF-18 Teaching Toxicology With Simulation: A Model Curriculum for Emergency Medicine
TF-19 Teaching Medication Safety to EMS Fellows
TF-20 Advanced Test-Taking Strategies for Emergency Medicine Residents
TF-21 A Framework to Improve Critical Thinking and Pattern Recognition for Common Emergency Department Patient Presentations