Publications

Upcoming Book

Wilson, JW and Baer, R. The Patient Experience: Medical Anthropology and Education in the 21st Century. In Preparation. Under-contract with Lexington books, Lexington Books, Rowman-Littlefield Publishers. Completed and in production for Fall 2021.

Publications

  1. Henderson, H, Wilson, JW, McCoy, B. Shifting Biomedicine Towards Structurally Informed Care in the Context of COVID-19. Human Organization. Accepted for Publication for Special Forthcoming Issue of Human Organization. In preparation, July 2021.  
  2. Faryar, KA, Henderson, H, Wilson, JW., May, LS, Schechter-Perkins, EM, Waxman, M, Rothman, RE, Haukoos, JS, Lyons, MS. COVID-19 and Beyond: Lessons Learned from Emergency Department HIV Screening for Population-Based Screening in Healthcare Settings. Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open. Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open. Article DOI: 10.1002/emp2.12468. May 2021.
  3. Schechter-Perkins, EM, Rothman, R, Faryar, K, Waxman, M, Hansoti, B, Lyons, M Hsieh, Y-H, Klein, E, May, L, Wilson, JW, and Martin, DR on behalf of the SAEM Emergency Medicine Transmissible Infectious Diseases and Epidemics interest group.  Emergency Departments Can Bolster Influenza and COVID-19 Vaccination Programs: An EMTIDE Support Statement.  SAEM PULSE. January-February 2021. Last Accessed February 2, 2021.
  4. Coyne, CJ, Ryees-Gibby, CC, Durham, D, Abar, B, Adler, D, Bastani, A, Bernstein, S, Baugh, C, Bischof, J, Grudzen, C, Henning, D, Hudson, M, Klotz, A, Lyman, G, Madsen, T, Pallin, D, Rico, J, Ryan, R, Shapiro, N, Swor, R, Thomas, C, Venkat, A, Wilson, JW, Yeung, SCJ, Caterino, J. Cancer Pain Management in the Emergency Department: A Multi-Center Prospective Observational Trial of the Comprehensive Oncologic Emergencies Research Network (CONCERN). Supportive Care for Cancer. Supportive Care for Cancer. January 22, 2021. PMID 33487389
  5. Paganini, M, Abowali, H, Bosco, G, Balouch, G, Enten, G, Deng, J, Shander, A, Ciesla, D, Wilson, JW, and Camporesi, E. Quality Improvement Project of a Massive Transfusion Protocol (MTP) to Reduce Wastage of Blood Components. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18(1):274. PMID 33401395.
  6. Decker, S, Goldstein, TA, Ford, JM, Teng, M, Pugliese, RS, Berry, GJ, Pettengill, M, Silbert, S, Hazelton, TR, Wilson, JW, Shine, K, Wang, ZX, Hutchinson, M, Castagnaro, J, Bloom, OE, Breining, DA, Goldsmith, BM, Sinnott, JT, O’Donnell, DG, Crawford, JM, Lockwood, CJ, and Kim, K. 3D Printed Alternative to the Standard Flocked Synthetic Nasopharyngeal Swabs Used for COVID-19 testing. Clinical Infectious Disease. Online Ahead of Print September 10, 2020. PMID: 32910817.   
  7. Villalona, S, Boxtha, C, Cervantes, C, Webb, W, Casteneda, H, and Wilson, JW. Discordance Between Satisfaction and Health Literacy Among Spanish-Speaking Patients with Limited English-Proficiency Seeking Emergency Department Care. Accepted with Revision (May 12, 2020) to Hispanic Health Care International.  
  8. Villalona, S, Boxtha, C, Cervantes, C, Webb, W, Casteneda, H, and Wilson, JW“If at Least the Patient Could Not Be Forgotten About. Journal of Patient Experience. December 7, 2020 (6): 1015-1021. PMID 33457540.
  9. Wilson, JW, Gillen, J.P, and Maute, T. Patient safety during rapid sequence intubation when using succinylcholine instead of non-depolarizing paralytic agents. Should we change a common RSI pathway? Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock. JETS. Oct-Dec 2020;13(4):264-268. doi: 10.4103/JETS.JETS_92_18. Epub 2020 Dec 7.PMID 33897142
  10. Villalona, S, Wilson, JW, Boxtha, C, Cervantes, C, & Webb, W. “I Felt Invisible Most of the Time”. Communication and Satisfaction Among Patients Treated in ED Hallway Beds. Published Online American Journal of Emergency Medicine on May 4, 2020. PMID 3247563 
  11. Baugh, CW, Levine, M, Cornutt, D, Wilson, JW, Kwun, R, Mahan, CE, Pollack, CV, Marcolini, EG, Milling Jr., TJ, Peacock, WF, Rosovsky, RP, Wu, F, Sarode, R, Spyropoulos, AC Villines, TC, Woods, TD, McManus, J, Williams, J. Anticoagulant Reversal Strategies in the Emergency Department Setting: Recommendations of a Multidisciplinary Expert Panel. November 2019 ePub. October 2020, 76(4):470-85. Annals of Emergency Medicine. PMID 31732375 
  12. Wilson, JW, Sanmugalingham, G, Ozoya, O, Mueller-Pierce, L, Hundley, K, and Palakurty, SH. Acute HIV Infection in a Patient with Repeat HIV Antibody/Antigen Negative Resulting Presenting at an Urban Emergency Department: a Case Report.  Journal of Emergency Medicine. Epublished. September 26, 2019. October 57(4): e113-e116. PMID 31500995 
  13. Adler, D, Abar, B, Durham, DD, Bastrani, A, Bernstein, SL, Baugh, CW, Bischof, JJ, Coyne, CJ, Grudzen, CR, Henning, DJ, Hudson, MF, Klotz, Lyman, GH, Madsen, TE, Pallin, DJ, Reyes-Gibby, CC, Rico, JF, Ryan, RJ, Shapiro, NI, Swor, R, Thomas, CR, Venkat, A, Wilson, J, Yeung, S-CJ, Caterino, JM. Validation of the Emergency Severity Index (Version 4) for the Triage of Adult Emergency Department Patients with Active Cancer. Journal of Emergency Medicine. September 2019 57(3):354-361. PMID: 31353265 
  14. Villalona, S, Jeannot, C, Yanez, M, Webb, W, Boxtha, C, and Wilson, JW. Minimizing Variability in Interpretation Modality Among Spanish Speaking Patients with Limited English Proficiency. Hispanic Health Care International. 2019 July 20. PMID: 31220928 
  15. Caterino, JM, Adler, D, Durham, DD, Yeung, S-C.J, Hudson, MF, Bastani, A. Bernstein, SL, Baugh, CW, Coyne, CJ, Gruden, CR, Henning, DJ, Klotz, A., Madsen, TE, Pallin, DJ, R-G, C, Rico, JR, Ryan, RJ, Shapiro, NI, Swor, R, Venkat, A, Wilson, JW, Thomas, CR, Bischof, JJ, Lyman GH. Analysis of Diagnoses, Symptoms, Medications, and Admissions Among Patients with Cancer Presenting to Emergency Departments. JAMA Network Open. 2019 Mar 1; 2(3). PMID: 30901049 
  16. Wilson, JW, Baer, RD, and Villalona SK. Patient Shadowing: An Integral Research Method, Teaching Tool for Premedical Undergraduates and Approach to Student Professional Development. Academic Medicine. ePublished Ahead of Print July 16, 2019. November 2019 94(11):1722-1727.  PMID 31335819 
  17. Connolly, SJ, Crowther, M, Eikelboom, JW, Gibson, CM, Curnutte, JT, Lawrence, JH, Yue, P, Bronson, MD, Lu, G, Conly, PB, Verhame, P, Schmidt, J, Middeldorp, S, Cohen, AT, Beyer-Westendorf, J, Albaladejo, P, Lopez-Sendon, J, Demchuk, AM, Pallin, DJ, Concha, M, Goodman, S, Leeds, J, Souza, S, Siegel, DM, Zotova, E, Meeks, B, Ahmad, S, Nakamya, J, Milling, TJ Jr, and the Annexa-4 Investigators (Member of the Annexa-4 Investigators). Full Study Report of Andexanet Alfa for Bleeding Associated with Factor Xa Inhibitors. New England Journal of Medicine. April 4, 2019. 380(14) 1326-1355. PMID: 30730782. 
  18. Baugh, CW, Clark, CL, Wilson, JW, Stiell, IG, Kocheril, AG, Luck, KK, Pollack, CV Jr, Roumpf, SK, Tomassoni, GE, Williams, JM, Patel, BB, Wu, F, and Pines, JM. Creation and Implementation of an Outpatient Pathway for Atrial Fibrillation in the Emergency Department Setting: Results of an Expert Panel. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 September 25(9):1065-1075. PMID: 29524340 
  19. Sinert, R., Levy, P., Bernstein, J., Brody, R., Silvotti, M., Moellman, J., Schranz, J., Baptista, J., Kimura, A., Nothaft, W., for the CAMEO Study Group. Randomized trial of Icatibant for Angiotension-Converting Enzyme Inhibitor-Induced Airway Angioedema. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. Published Online ahead of print May 25, 2017 (Member of the CAMEO Study Group). September – October 2017 5(5): 1402-1409 PMID: 28552382 
  20. Mirarchi FL, Cooney TE, Venkat A, Wang D, Pope TM, Fant AL, Terman SA, Klauer KM, Williams-Murphy M, Gisondi MA, Clemency B, Doshi AA, Siegel M, Kraemer MS, Aberger K, Harman S, Ahuja N, Carlson JN, Milliron ML, Hart KK, Gilbertson CD, Wilson JW, Mueller L, Brown L, Gordon BD. TRIAD VIII: Nationwide Multicenter Evaluation to Determine Whether Patient Video Testimonials Can Safely Help Ensure Appropriate Critical Versus End-of-Life Care. J Patient Saf.  2017 Jun;13(2):51-61. PMID: 28198722 
  21. Connolly, SJ et al., and the Annexa-4 Investigators. Andexanet Alfa for Acute Major Bleeding Associated with Factor Xa Inhibitors. The New England Journal of Medicine, ePub August 30, 2016. September 2016 375:1131-1141 (Member of the Anexxa-4 Investigators). DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1607887 PMID 27573206. 
  22. Payor, A, Jois, P, Wilson, JW, Kedar, R, Nallemshetty, K, Grubb, S, Sullivan, C, Fowler T. Efficacy of Non-contrast computed tomography of the abdomen and pelvis for evaluating non-traumatic acute abdominal pain in the Emergency Department. December 2015 49(6):886-92. PMID 26306680 doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2015.06.062. 
  23. The ProCESS Investigators. A Randomized Trial of Protocol Based Care for Early Septic Shock. New England Journal of Medicine. 2014 May 1; 370(18):1683-1693. (Member of the ProCESS Investigators).  PMID 24635773 
  24. Kellum, J, Bihorac, A, Lakhmir, C, Shaw, A, Al-khafaji, A, Davison, D, DeMuth, G, Fitzgerald, R, Ng Gong, M, Graham, D, Gunnerson, K, Heung, M, Jortani, S, Kleerup, E, Koyner, J, Krell, K, LeTourneau, J, Lissauer, M, Miner, J, Nguyen, HB, Ortega, L, Self, W, Sellman, R, Shi, J, Straseski, J, Szalados, J, Wilber, S, Walker, M, Wilson, JW, Wunderink, R, Zimmerman, J. Validation of Cell-Cycle Arrest Biomarkers for Acute Kidney Injury Using Clinical Adjudication. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. April 2014. 189(8):932-939.PMID 24559465 
  25. Schocken, DM, Runyan, A, Willieme, A and JW WilsonMedical Hierarchy and Medical Garb. Virtual Mentor: American Medical Association Journal of Ethics. June 2013;15(6) 538-543. PMID 23759164 

Book Chapters

  1. Wilson, JW and Diaz, C. Do Not Miss a Foreign Body in a Wound, Section 23, Wound Care, Chapter 348. Pages 788-789. Avoiding Common Errors in the Emergency Department. Amal Mattu and AS Chanmugam, SP Swadron, DP Woolridge, and ME Winters. Series Editor Lisa Marcucci. Wolter-Kluwer. Second Edition, 2017.  

Presentations

  1. Wilson, JW, Baer, R. Fostering “good” medicine by shifting the clinical gaze: Improving patient centered care by integrating medical anthropology into physician training and clinical spaces. Panel 7. Enhancing ways of knowing. Radical Health. Doing Medicine, Health Care, and Anthropology of the Good. Berlin, Germany (Virtual). June 27, 2021.  
  1. Wilson, JW, Henderson, H, and Pereira K. False Positive or Acute Seroconversion? Update. Examination of Patterns of HIV in the ED. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, Abstract 199. October 2020. https://youtu.be/vO4VzR2EqEg 
  1. Wilson, JW, Henderson, H, and Pereira, K. False Positive or Acute Seroconversion? Examination of Patterns of Equivocal Human Immunodeficiency Virus Screening in the Emergency Department. Selected as an Oral Lightning Abstract. Presented by Jason Wilson. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Virtual Scientific Assembly, Original Date, May 2020. YouTube upload August 1, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCwi6QkNC8c 
  1. Gopal, J, Wallach, W, Wilson, JW. Surveying resiliency and burnout among emergency medicine resident physicians. Selected as an Oral Lightning Abstract. Presented by Jay Gopal and William Wallach. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Virtual Scientific Assembly, Original Date, May 2020 YouTube upload August 1, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpDizcE7sx8 
  1. Goad, N, Sanchez, P, Levesque, M, Wilson, JW, Kasischke, K, Schutt, C, Renati, S, Burgin, W, Rose, D. Outcomes from the PITCH Study: 4-Factor PCC in Intracranial Xa Inhibitor Coagulopathy Hemorrhages. Presented by Nathan Goad. Selected for Award and included in Critical Care Congress. Presentation at Society for Critical Care Medicine, 2020. Orlando, Florida.  
  1. McWilliams, K, Palakurty, S-H, Hazlett, A, Henderson, H. and Wilson, JW. Identifying Acute HIV Infection in the Emergency Department. Abstract 314. Accepted for Presentation at the American College of Emergency Physicians, Scientific Assembly, Research Forum. October 29, 2019. Presented by Kelly McWilliams. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7135821/ 
  1. Henderson, H, McGeachy, J, and Wilson, JW. An ED Based Medication Assisted Therapy Pathway for Opioid Use Disorder that Does Not Require Data 2000 Waiver. Abstract 54. Accepted for Presentation at the American College of Emergency Physicians, Scientific Assembly, Research Forum. October 27, 2019. Poster Presentation. Presented by Heather Henderson. https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(19)30731-0/fulltext 
  1. Travis, B, Henderson, H, Patel, H, Ozoya, O, and Wilson, JW. Empiric Versus Follow Up Treatment Rates of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea at an Urban Emergency Department. Abstract 212. Accepted for Presentation at the American College of Emergency Physicians, Scientific Assembly, Research Forum. October 28, 2019. Poster Presentation. Presented by Brandi Travis. https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(19)31053-4/fulltext 
  1. Wilson, JW. Co-locating Epidemics: HCV and IV Drug Use. Accepted for Oral Presentation at the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference. Dubrovnik, Croatia. September 2019. Oral Presentation.  
  1. Leon, L, Tsalatsanis, A, and Wilson, JW. Incorporating Lactate to Improve the Modified Early Warning Score in Admitted Emergency Department Patients. Oral Presentation (Louis Leon). Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. May 16, 2019. Oral Presentation. Presented by Louis Leon.  
  1. Henderson, H, Terwilliger, Z, Ozoya, O, Travis, B, and Wilson, JW. Hepatitis C Linkage to Care Outcomes in an Urban, Academic Emergency Department. Poster Presentation (Heather Henderson). Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. May 16, 2019. Poster Presentation. Presented by Heather Henderson.  
  1. Palakurty, SH, Ledbetter, K, and Wilson, JW. Application of Seattle Criteria to Emergency Department Patients with Syncope Reduces Downstream Testing. Poster Presentation (Sri Harsha Palakurty and Kristina Ledbetter). Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. May 15, 2019. Poster Presentation. Presented by Sri Harsha Palakurty and Kristina Ledbetter.  
  1. Wilson, JW. Mixed Methodologies, Medical Anthropology and Clinical Applicability. Panel Chair and Discussant, Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), Portland, Oregon, March 23, 2019. Oral Presentation.  
  1. Wilson, JW. Presenter. Anthropology, Gun Violence, Gun Control. Round Table Discussion. American Anthropological Association. Annual Meeting. November 17, 2018. San Jose, California. Oral Presentation 
  1. Coyne, CJ, Shatsky, RA, Durham, DD, Klotz, A, Bastani, A, Baugh, C, Grudzen, C,  Henning, D, Adler, D, Wilson, JW, Rico, JF, Pallin, D, Yeung, S-CJ, Bernstein, S, Caterino, J, Madsen, T, Ryan, R, Kyriacou, D, Venkat, A, and Reyes-Gibby, CC. Cancer Pain in the Emergency Department: A multicenter study of the Comprehensive Oncologic Emergencies Research Network. Journal of Clinical Oncology 36, no. 15_suppl (May 2018) 6541-6541. Poster Presentation. Presented by CJ Coyne.  
  1. Wilson, JW. Anthropology and Special Patient Populations in the Emergency Department (TH-160). Panel Chair and Discussant, Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), Philadelphia Pennsylvania. April 5, 2018, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Oral Presentation. 
  1. Villalona, S. and Wilson, JW. Patient Experience and Patient Satisfaction: Anthropologically Examining the Impact of Hallway Placement on Perceptions of Care. Presentation as part of Anthropology and Special Patient Populations in the Emergency Department (TH-160). Society for Applied Anthropology (sfAA), Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Presented by Seiichi Villalona, April 5, 2018.  
  1. Henderson, H. and Wilson, JW. Evolving Epidemiology: Perceptions of Stigma and Access to Care in Acute Opioid Crisis. Presentation as part of Anthropology and Special Patient Populations in the Emergency Department (TH-160). Society for Applied Anthropology (sfAA), Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Presented by Heather Henderson, April 5, 2018. 
  1. Osorno-Cruz, C. and Wilson, JW. Understanding the Sickle-Cell Patient Experience nad New Approaches to Pain Management. Presentation as part of Anthropology and Special Patient Populations in the Emergency Department (TH-160). Society for Applied Anthropology (sfAA), Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Presented by Carlos Osorno-Cruz, April 5, 2018. 
  1. Kelly, K., Baer, R. and Wilson, JW. The Patient Perspective: Applying Medical Anthorpology to the Patient Experience in the Emergency Department. Presentation as part of Anthropology and Special Patient Populations in the Emergency Department (TH-160). Society for Applied Anthropology (sfAA), Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Presented by Kilian Kelly, April 5, 2018. 
  1. Villalona, S, Baer, R. and Wilson, JW. Reimagining the Shadowing and Research Experiences of Undergraduate Pre-Medical Students. Presented by Seiichi Villalona at the American Association of Medical Colleges, Western Group on Educational Affairs Regional Conference, March 25, 2018.  
  1. Butterfield, M. Hoida, J. Rodriguez, E. and Wilson, JWClinical Decompensation in Hospitalized Patients with Venous ThromboembolismModerated ePoster Presented by Hoida, J., Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando, Florida. May 16-19, 2017 
  1. Mueller, L, Sanmugalingham, G, Ozoya, O, and Wilson, JWImprovement of HIV screening rates in an Urban Emergency Department Using a Best Practice Alert: A Quality Improvement Study. Moderated ePoster Presented by Wilson, J., Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando, Florida. May 16-19, 2017. 
  1. Villalona, S. Saint-Hillaire, R. and Wilson, JW. Assessments of ED Hallway Placement and Perceived Deficiencies in Pain Management on Press Ganey Scores. Poster Presentation, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando Florida. May 16-19, 2017. 
  1. Weiss, M, Ozoya, O, Wilson, JWEvaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Novel Oral Anticoagulants. Five years at a single institute. Poster Presentation. American Academy of Emergency Medicine, Scientific Assembly. Orlando, Florida. March 2017. 
  1. Priddy, W, Aleguas, F., Peredy, T. and Wilson, JW. Frequency and Consequences of Antibiotic Use in Coral Snake Envenomations. Presented at the Southeast Regional meeting for the Society of Emergency Medicine. February 10, 2017. Jacksonville, Florida. 
  1. Baer, R. Wilson, JW, and Villalona, S. The ER: Patient and Physician Perspectives. Presented at the American Anthropological Association, November 2016. Presented by Roberta Baer. 
  1. Boyer, L, Degan, J, Mangin, E, Lewis-Younger, C, Peredy, T, Wilson, JW, Weinter, T, Lee, D, Aleguas, A, Paniagua, D, Wertheimer, A, Alagon, A. A Novel Equine F(ab’)2 Antivenom Against M. fulvius Envenomation: Results from the First 20 cases in a Phase 3 Clinical Trial in Florida. Accepted for presentation at the International Society for Toxicology Annual Meeeting, September 2016. Served as site investigator for study and involved in enrollment and treatment of all 20 patients. Presenter: Leslie Boyer, MD. 
  1. Nappi, A and Wilson, JW. Implementation of patient controlled analgesia creates consistent patient expectations with no negative impacts on operational metrics or patient experience. Abstract Control Number 837. Abstract accepted for poster presentation at ACEP Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2016. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Alex Nappi, MD. 
  1. Prager-Smith, J, Mueller, L, Derr, C, and Wilson, JW. Individual Competition as a Novel Approach to Population Health Management: A Corporate Wellness Model Designed in an Emergency Department Residency Program. Abstract Control Number 829. Abstract presented at ACEP Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2016. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design along with Charlotte Derr, MD, corresponding author. Presenter: Julie Prager-Smith, MD. 
  1. Mannion, E, Rodriguez-Fhon, E, Ozoya, O, Sides, S, and Wilson, JW. Interim Analysis: Benefits of a Standardized Exercise Program in Treatment of ED Patients Experiencing Acute or Acute-on-Chronic Musculoskeletal Back Pain. Abstract Control Number 866. Abstract accepted for poster presentation at ACEP Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2016. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Elizabeth Mannion, MD. 
  1. Lisankie, M, Saint-Hillaire, R, Wein, D. Wilson, JW. Split-flow emergency department layout improves operational flow and decreases process variation. Abstract Control Number 802. Abstract accepted for poster presentation at ACEP Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2016. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design along with David Wein, MD, corresponding author. Presenter: Matthew Lisankie, MD. 
  1. Mueller L, Wilson J, Ozoya O, Segarra D, Sanmugalingham G. Preliminary analysis of staff attitudes of an expanded HIV testing program in an urban Emergency Department (ED). Poster presentation. Symposium by the Sea; Florida College of Emergency Physicians, Naples, FL. August 2016. Poster was runner-up in research competition. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Larissa Mueller, MD. 
  1. Mueller L, Wilson JW, Ozoya O, Segarra D, Sanmugalingham G. Interim Analysis: Benefits of a Standardized Exercise Program in Treatment of ED Patients Experiencing Acute or Acute- on-Chronic Musculoskeletal Back Pain. Poster presentation. Symposium by the Sea; Florida College of Emergency Physicians, Naples, FL. August 2016. Poster won first place in research competition. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Oluwatobi Ozoya, MBBS. 
  1. Wilson, JW. Turtle Associated Salmonellosis (TAS): 1962 – Present. Oral presentation. 14th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises. New Orleans, LA August, 2016. Presenter. 
  1. Kong, M, Soucek, R, and Wilson, JW. Management of Rapid Atrial Fibrillation and Associated Length of Stay in the Emergency Department. Poster Presentation, Florida College of Emergency Physicians (FCEP) Symposium by the Sea. August 6-8, 2015. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Radim Soucek, MD. 
  1. Kaufman, N, Closser, Z, Cole, M, Wein, DA, Wilson, JW. Explaining Special Cause Variation in Emergency Department Throughput: Analysis of Outliers. Poster Presentation. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly. Austin, Texas February 28- March 4, 2015. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Nesreen Kaufman, MD. 
  1. Wilson, JW and DA Wein. The Effect of a Triage Resident Physician on Patient Safety and Patient Flow. Poster Presentation. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Southeast Regional Meeting. Jacksonville, Florida. February 25, 2012. Poster won first place in research competition. Presenter. 
  1. Wilson, JW and Andrew Wilson. Congenital Stenosis of the Cervical Spine: a case report of spontaneous weakness leading to a fall, syncope, and shock. Poster Presentation. INDUS. October 2011. Mentoring Physician for Resident Scholarly Activity, study concept and design, corresponding author. Presenter: Andrew Wilson, MD. 
  1. Wilson, J.W. and D. Wein. Boarding times and patient safety. A nationally applicable and generalizable quantitative model. Poster Presentation. ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. September 2010. Las Vegas, Nevada. Presenter. 
  1. Wilson, J.W. and C. Carruba. Tracheal Foreign Body? A non-textbook presentation of a coin in the esophagus. American Academy of Emergency Medicine. February 14-16 2010. Las Vegas, Nevada. Presenter. 
  1. Wilson, J.W., and M.H. Wolpoff. Are the Neandertal males really male? 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. April 14-17, 2004. Tampa, Florida. Oral presentation. Presenter 
  1. Wilson, J.W., and Van Arsdale, Adam. Sex determination in African Early Pleistocene Hominid Fossils. 71st Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. April 12-15, 2002. Buffalo, New York. Oral presentation. Presenter. 
  1. Wilson, J.W., R.H. Tykot, and D.H. Ubelaker. Intradental Variation in Stable Carbon Isotope Ratios in Human Tooth Enamel. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. March 28-31, 2001. Kansas City, Missouri. Oral Presentation, Presenter 
  1. Wilson, J.W., R.H. Tykot, and J.F. Thackeray. Problems and Prospects in strontium-calcium ratio analysis: implications of 15 South African hominid fossils. 32nd International Archaeometry Symposium. May 15-19, 2000.Mexico City, Mexico. Poster Presentation. Presenter. 
  1. Wilson, J.W., R.H. Tykot, and J.F. Thackeray. Strontium-calcium ratio analysis and dietary adaptations of early hominids from South Africa: A reevaluation of interpretive problems in light of new analyses. 69th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. April 12-15, 2000. San Antonio, Texas. Oral Presentation. Presenter.