Congratulations to all faculty, fellows, residents, medical students, researchers and staff who presented at the 31st Annual Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Research Forum on Thursday, March, 2023.
In recognition of the efforts being taken to develop innovative models of care, caring for unique patients, and advancing the specialty through research, the Wisconsin chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (WACEP) partnered with the Departments of Emergency Medicine at both the University of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin to hold its annual Research Forum during the WACEP Spring Symposium, held in Madison this month.
The Research Forum is a one-day, free event open to researchers at all levels and features oral and poster presentations from faculty and learners. It is designed to provide a venue for faculty and learners to present and evaluate research within Emergency Medicine. Discussion follows each research presentation, with interactive audience participation.
BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine 2023 Presentations
Darr K, Mancera M, Anderson P, Dostalek J, Spigner M. “Ventilator Utilization Among Paramedic Providers in a 9-1-1 Response EMS Agency”.
Duan XJ, Glazier BJ, Hekman D, Gauger J, Barclay-Buchanan C, Kraut AS. “Implementation of Mobility Assessment into Electronic Medical Record and Emergency Department Discharge Process Alters Disposition for Traumatically Injured Patients”.
McConkey K, Boyle E, Palm A, Holzhueter L, Wipperfurth J, Eickhoff J, Tsuchida RE, Rutz DR, Michels C, Barclay-Buchanan C, Gauger JJ, Glazer J, Hurst IA. “Operationalizing Child Sex Trafficking Screening in an Academic Emergency Department”.
Odeh-Couvertier V, Patterson B, Zayas-Cabán G. “Association Between Advanced Image Ordered in the Emergency Department and Subsequent Imaging for Abdominal Pain Patients”.
Tsuchida R, Mbele N, Chopra Z, Moll J, Burkhardt J, Hekman D, Perry M. “Identifying the Prevalence and Characteristics of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders in Emergency Medicine”.
Carey GE, Stampfl MJ, Burns WP, Bernardoni B, Hermsen JL, McCarthy DP, Glazer JM. “Introduction & Justification of the Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Beneficence Score (EBS)”.
Michels C, Rutz DR, Schwei R, Hekman DJ, Tsuchida RE, Gauger JJL, Hurst I, Glazer JM, Brink J, Ciara Barclay-Buchanan C, Pulia MS. “Characteristics of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department Requesting a COVID-19 Test”.
Hekman D, Maru A, Barton HJ, Leaf M, Wiegmann D, Patterson B. “Dashboarding for intervention management in a learning health system”.
Hoxha I, Hekman DJ, Schnapp B. “Second and Third Year Medical Students’ Clinical Encounters in the Emergency Department”.
Larsen S, Kern M, Hekman D, Patterson B, Sharp B, Gauger J. “Effect of an Alert Prompt on Missed Electrocardiogram Orders in an Academic Emergency Department”.
Pulia MS, Griffin M, Hekman D, Schwei R, Pop-Vicas A, Schulz L, Shieh M, Pekow P, Lindenauer P. “Inpatient Antibiotic Prescribing Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Large U.S. Sample”.
Fareri M, VandeHei M, Lasarev M, Alexandridis R, Resop D, Damewood S, Schnapp B, Jewell C, Kuttab HI. “Evaluating Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound through Residency Training”.
Reffat N, Schwei RJ, Griffin M, Pulia M. “A Scoping Review of Trends in Antimicrobial Resistance Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic”.
Mirrielees J, Rubel N, Winzenried A, Frieders S, Hobbs L, Bellaire L, Gauger J. “Pain Control and Patient Experience During Beside Orthopedic Procedures in the Emergency Department”.
Center A, Ikenberry H, Schwei R, Schneider T, Pulia MS. “Effect of Skin Pigmentation on Accuracy and Certainty of Cellulitis Diagnosis in the Emergency Department”.
Schwei RJ, Hoang L, Wilson P, Greene M, Lor M, Shah MN, Pulia MS. “Patient-Centered Care Outcomes for Patients in the Emergency Department with a Non-English Language Preference: A scoping review”.
Barton HJ, Maru A, Leaf MA, Hekman D, Wiegmann DA, Shah MN, Patterson BW. “Academic Detailing to Inform Post-Implementation Design of a Clinical Decision Support Tool to Prevent Falls”.
Spigner M, Darr K, Mancera M, Gussick M, Lohmeier M. “The Relationship Between Community COVID Positivity and Prehospital Sepsis Screen Positivity”.
Wieneke A, Shank C, Shah MN. “Modeling Changes in American Emergency Department Patient Volumes, 2018-2021”.
Research Forum Awards:
Congratulations to the following individuals who received awards:
Dr. Anthony Bai, third-year emergency medicine resident, received Best Resident/Fellow Presentation for “Implementation of Mobility Assessment into Electronic Medical Record and Emergency Department Discharge Process Alters Disposition for Traumatically Injured Patients”.
Hanna Barton, MS, doctoral candidate in Industrial and Systems Engineering at UW-Madison, received Best Poster Presentation for her poster titled, “Academic Detailing to Inform Post-Implementation Design of a Clinical Decision Support Tool to Prevent Falls”.
A special thank you to Department of Emergency Medicine faculty who served on the 2023 Research Forum Planning Committee: Drs. Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, Corlin Jewell, Brian Patterson and Michael Pulia.