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Federally-funded health services research lab focused on applying human factors and systems engineering principles to improve infectious disease diagnosis, infection control, and antimicrobial stewardship in the emergency department and downstream care settings.
Collaborative research lab focused on developing and testing novel programs to improve emergency and acute care delivered to older adults, including adults with cognitive vulnerabilities such as Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD), as well as building capacity for core aging-related research.
Mission-driven health services research laboratory committed to improving dementia care and research through investigating care delivery, caregiver support, utilization, research disparities and interventions. Please contact Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, PhD, RN, at email@example.com to learn more about her lab.
"To conduct innovative emergency care research, with a focus on clinical and translational research, to advance the health and health equity of the people of Wisconsin and beyond."Emergency Medicine Research Mission
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Clinical Study Coordination Services
The Emergency Department Research Coordinator (EDRC) Program is a cutting-edge resource available to researchers across the University of Wisconsin-Madison and beyond which places highly trained staff members in the emergency department environment to screen, consent, and enroll patients and visitors into research studies and complete research protocols.
The program aims to support the conduct of high-impact clinical and translational research by providing investigators with efficient and effective research services.