USF EM Grand Rounds Group Project Research Day 3/21/18 9-12

Wednesday March 21, 2018 is Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds Research Day! 

RESIDENCY/GRAND ROUNDS GROUPS

DerrPE

Should the current D-Dimer cut off (500 ng/mL) be adjusted by trimester for pregnant patients? 

PeredyTox

What are the current patterns of naloxone utilization?

 

ThomasCrit Care

Does one episode of hypotension predict increased mortality during the hospital course?

SemmonsEMS

Do prehospital agencies utilize chemical restraint compared to physical restraints at similar rates to Emergency Medicine Physicians?

Orban/Zachariah Health Care Policy
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NEDS DATABASE
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Lauren CassellFranklin Poff

Byron Markel

Zain Tariq

Kristin Schumann

Maram Bishawi

Adam Barnathan

Jibran KhanJack McGeachy

Austen CHristen

NIta AvrithDarbi Cox

Eric Shamas

Clay Ritchey

Dan Ryczek

Andrew Smith

Kyle FriezStephanie Tershakovec

Megan Tyler

Alicia Nassar

Jacob Stritch

Christian JeannotMike Butterfield

Matt Beattie

Diego Riveros

Will Pearce

Dominic DiDomenico

Jeff Hoida

Josiah Hill

Zach Terwilliger

Guidelines for Designing a Clinical Study Protocol

Retrospective Chart Review Protocol

Chart Review Study Protocol Template

Author: Jason Wilson, MD

Jason W. Wilson, MD, MA, FACEP is an emergency medicine physician at Tampa General Hospital. He serves as a core faculty member and Associate Professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine at the Morsani College of Medicine at the University of South Florida. He also holds an affiliated faculty appointment with the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Florida. Dr. Wilson serves as the Medical Director for the Clinical Decision Unit at Tampa General Hospital as well as the Associate Medical Director for the Adult ED. In addition, Dr. Wilson is the research director for the emergency medicine residency program.

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