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SAEM20 Clinical Trials

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SAEM20 Presentation Titles

Presenting Authors

Clinical Pathway Using Dalbavancin Associated with Reduced Hospitalizations for Patients with Skin InfectionsDavid A. Talan, MD
William R. Mower, MD, PhD
Frank A. Lovecchio, DO
Richard E. Rothman, MD, PhD
Mark T. Steele, MD
Katelyn Keyloun, PharmD, MS
Patrick Gillard, PharmD, MS
Ronald Copp, MPH
Gregory J. Moran, MD
One and Done? Performance of a Single, Low High-Sensitivity Troponin in a Multisite US CohortBrandon Allen, MD
Comparative Effectiveness of Two Individualized Acute Pain Treatment Communication ToolsZachary Meisel, MD, MPH, MSHP
Predictors of Post-Concussion Syndrome in Acute Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Emergency DepartmentCatherine Varner
Cameron Thompson
Kerstin de Wit
Bjug Borgundvaag
Reaves Houston
Shelley McLeod
A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Light Exercise to Standard Management for Mild Traumatic Brain InjuryCatherine Varner
Cameron Thompson
Kerstin de Wit
Bjug Borgundvaag
Reaves Houston
Shelley McLeod
Efficacy of Topical Capsaicin for the Treatment of Cannabinoid Hyperenesis SyndromeYusuf H. Geier
Staidle A. Montoy JC
A Randomized Clinical Trial of a Cadaver Lab and Refresher Training for Procedural SkillsJ. Fisher
G. Beck Dallaghan
G. Burke
T. DeSelm
K. Gilliland
E. Golike
J. Milner II
E. Quackenbush
A. Schott; L. Katz
Feasibility and Impact of Implementing Buprenorphine Initiation Programs in Three Heterogenous Rural and Urban EDsRyan McCormack
John Rotrosen
Gail D'Onofrio
Phoebe Gauthier
Lisa Marsch
Abigail Matthews
Caroline Mulatya
E. Jennifer Edelman
Sarah Farkas
David Fiellin
William Goodman
Kristen Huntley
Randolph Knight
David Liu
Sarah Meyers-Ohki
Patricia Novo
Soo-Min Shin
Stephen Wall
Kathryn Hawk
Opioid Medication Use and Cognitive Function in Older African American Patients With Diabetes

H. Shugart

G. Amadio

AM Chang

R. Casten

M. Kelley

K. Rising

J. Hollander

B. Rovner

 

SAEM19 Clinical Trials

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SAEM19 Presentation Titles

Presenting Authors

10 New Drugs You Need to KnowJoshua J. Davis, MD
Bag-Mask Ventilation During Tracheal Intubation of Critically Ill AdultsJonathan D. Casey, MD
David R. Janz
Derek W. Russell
Derek J. Vonderhaar
Aaron M. Joffe
Kevin M. Dischert
Ryan M. Brown
Aline N. Zouk
Swati Gulati
Brent E. Heiderman
Michael G. Lester
Alexandra H. Toporek
Itay Bentov
Wesley H. Self, MD, MPH
Todd W. Rice
Matthew W. Semler
Jody Vogel, MD
Downstairs, Upstairs, and Beyond: Conducting Transdisciplinary Research at the Emergency Department Intensive Care Unit InterfaceKusum Mathews, MD, MPH, MSCR
Peter Hou
Thomas Terndrup, MD
Ani Aydin, MD
Mahshid Abir, MD
Herding Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Challenges and Lessons Learned From Emergency Ultrasound Network Research (AEUS Sponsored)Samuel Lam, MD, MPH
Romolo Gaspari, MD, PhD
Srikar Adhikari, MD, MS
“How to Conduct Research with a Waiver of Informed Consent”

James H. Paxton, MD, MBA

Jill M. Baren, MD, MBE, MBA

Measuring Quality Improvement in Geriatric Emergency Care (AGEM SponsoredUla Hwang, MD, MPH
Tim Platts-Mills, MD, MSc
Christopher Carpenter, MD, MS
Moving Towards Research Independence: National Institutes of Health Career Development AwardsMichael Puskarich, MD, MSCR
Candace McNaughton, MD, PhD, MPH
Elizabeth Schoenfeld, MD, MS
Faheem Guirgis, MD
Jane Scott, ScD, MSN
Oncologic Immunotherapy: What Emergency Physicians Need to KnowPaul Jansson, MD, MS

SAEM18 Clinical Trials

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SAEM18 Presentation Titles

Presenting Authors

Can We Improve Outcomes in Acute Heart Failure? 2018 Update
AHF Epidemiology

Can We Improve Outcomes in Acute Heart Failure? 2018 Update
Acute Heart Failure: Ongoing Studies

Can We Improve Outcomes in Acute Heart Failure? 2018 Update
Acute Heart Failure: What We Thought We Knew and What We've Learned from Recent Trials

Can We Improve Outcomes in Acute Heart Failure? 2018 Update
AHF Therapy in the ED: What's in the Urinal is What Matters

Can We Improve Outcomes in Acute Heart Failure? 2018 Update
Panel Discussion
Anna Marie Chang, MD
Phillip Levy, MD, MPH
Peter Pang, MD, MS
Sean Collins, MD, MSc
Cutting Edge: Transesophageal Echo in Cardiac Arrest and ResuscitationJames R. Miner, MD
Rob Reardon, MD
Funding Aging Research in Emergency Medicine: An Update from the National Institute on Aging (AGEM Sponsored)Susan J. Zieman, MD, PhD
Christopher R. Carpenter, MD, MSc
New Frontiers: Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke in the Extended Time Window (Up to 24 Hours)Latha Ganti, MD, MS, MBA
Charles Wira, MD
Joseph Miller, MD, MS
Paul R. Banerjee, DO
Cemal B. Sozener, MD, MEng 
Joshua N. Goldstein, MD, PhD
Christopher Lewandowski, MD
William J. Meurer, MD, MS
The SIREN Network, Part 1: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
The history of SIREN and how SIREN will be Measured

The SIREN Network, Part 1: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
What Kind of Trials are Envisioned?

The SIREN Network, Part 1: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
NIH SIREN Emergency Trials Network

The SIREN Network, Part 1: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
Panel Discussion
Jeremy Brown, MD
William Barsan, MD
Robert Silbergleit, MD
The SIREN Network, Part 2: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
SIREN: The Role of the Hub PI

The SIREN Network, Part 2: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
Working with your Statistician and the SIREN Statisticians

The SIREN Network, Part 2: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
NIH Perspective on SIREN

The SIREN Network, Part 2: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
How Can You Get Involved with SIRENThe SIREN Network, Part 2: The National Institutes of Health's Next Big Investment in Emergency Care Research
Panel Discussion 
Clifton W. Callaway, MD, PhD
Jeremy Brown, MD
Valerie Durkalski, PhD
Joshua N. Goldstein, MD, PhD
Translational Research Linking Medical Education Efforts to Patient Outcomes: Methodological Constraints and Solutions Encountered During a Randomized Controlled Trial (Simulation Academy Sponsored)Rosemarie Fernandez, MD
Elizabeth Rosenman, MD