EMS Fellowship | Fellowship Accomplishments

EMS Fellowship/Section Accomplishments as of Sept 2016

  1. Scholarship: Peer-reviewed presentation / publication
    1. 2015
      1. Maia Dorsett, Jason Wagner, Rebecca Bavolek. “It's all in how you write it: A Team Based Learning Exercise on Documentation from the Perspective of Billing, Coding, and CMS Compliance.” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. San Diego, CA 2015
    2. 2016
      1. Maia Dorsett and Jason Wagner. “Using Simulation to Enhance Resident Documentation.” The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. San Diego, CA 2016
      2. Maia Dorsett and Alicia Oberle. “What’s your biggest worry? An educational exercise to encourage patient-centered care.” CORD Academic Assembly Best of the Best. Nashville, TN 2016
      3. Redlener MA, Olivieri P, Munjal K, Rabrich J, Simon-Thomas M, Gunderson M, Levy MK, Braithwaite S. National Assessment of Clinical Quality Programs in EMS. Poster presentation at Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2016; New Orleans, LA. Abstract cite: Acad Emerg Med 23 (S1), May 2016, S273. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/acem.12974
    3. 2017 -NAEMSP
      1. Jeffrey Siegler, MD, EMT-P; Melissa Kroll, MD; Susan Wojcik, PhD, ATC; Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD. Can EMS Providers Provide Appropriate Tidal Volumes in a Simulated Adult-Sized Patient with a Pediatric-Sized Bag-Valve-Mask? has been selected for Oral Presentation at NAEMSP Annual Meeting Jan 2017; New Orleans, LA
      2. Redlener MA, Olivieri P, Munjal K, Rabrich J, Simon-Thomas M, Gunderson M, Levy MK, Braithwaite S. Relationship between Clinical Quality Improvement and Medical Direction in Emergency Medical Services. Accepted for poster presentation at NAEMSP Annual Meeting, January 2017; New Orleans, LA.
      3. Redlener MA, Olivieri P, Munjal K, Rabrich J, Simon-Thomas M, Gunderson M, Levy MK, Braithwaite S. Relationship between EMS Agency Size and Quality Improvement. Accepted for poster presentation at NAEMSP Annual Meeting, January 2017; New Orleans, LA.
      4. Maia Dorsett, Melissa Kroll, Clark S. Smith, Phil Asaro, Stephen Liang and Hawnwan P. Moy. Prehospital qSOFA Scores Have Low Sensitivity but High Specificity for Identification of Patients with Severe Sepsis. Accepted for poster presentation.
  2. Scholarship: Books / Chapters
    1. Dorsett M, Liang S. Diagnosis and Treatment of Central Nervous System Infections in the Emergency Department. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. (in press)
    2. Braithwaite S, Perina D. Cardinal Presentations: Dyspnea. In: Rosen’s Emergency Medicine, 9th edition. Marx JA, Hockberger RS, and Walls RM, editors. Mosby, anticipated 2016.
    3. McManus J, Braithwaite S, Schwartz R. Burns. EMS and Disaster Medicine: Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight. Wiley, 2015.
    4. Braithwaite S, Goodloe J. Blunt Traumatic Injury. In: EMS and Disaster Medicine: Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight. Wiley, 2015.
  3. Honors / Appointed positions / Elected positions
    1. Sabina Braithwaite: Elected Vice Chair, National EMS Advisory Council
      1. Maia Dorsett: Chandra Auin Simulation Award:  Awarded to Graduating resident who has demonstrated passion and proficiency in the use of simulation (2016)
      2. David Tan
        1. President-Elect, National Association of EMS Physicians


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