Department of Emergency Medicine Newsletter

January 1 – April 30, 2023

Message from the Chair

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Welcome to the Spring 2023 edition of the Department of Emergency Medicine newsletter. 


Our department continues its tradition of excellence in leading emergency care with innovation, scholarship and compassion. 2023 promises to be an exciting year, particularly in the areas of research and scholarship. Already, we have received several grants from the National Institutes of Health for a number of research studies. One study, a joint partnership between Dr. Tony Rosen and Dr. Mark Lachs, co-chief of the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, aims to develop a new primary care screening tool for identifying neglect in elderly patients with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. In addition to our research efforts, we have seen a rise in our volume of published scholarship, as well as the number of our faculty who are invited speakers at regional, national and international conferences and symposia this year.


The Department successfully implemented several educational initiatives. The most notable among them is the expansion of our residency program to 21 residents, our largest class to date. I am pleased to say that we have completely filled our residency class of 2027 with a diverse group of accomplished new residents who will bring a wealth of experience to our program. We look forward to welcoming them in the coming weeks. Last month, we also launched our new Healthcare Leadership & Management elective for senior medical students. Led by Dr. Jean Scofi and Dr. Joseph Habboushe, this course offers students the opportunity to interact directly with leaders from across the healthcare spectrum and gives valuable insight into emergency medicine. 


I am extremely proud of what we have accomplished so far and look forward to another productive year for the Department of Emergency Medicine. 


Please enjoy this latest edition of our newsletter and best wishes for a wonderful summer!

Rahul Sharma, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.E.P.

Professor & Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine

Department News

Faculty & Staff Highlights

Dr. Nicole Gerber and Dr. David Bodnar were accepted to the 2023 class of the NewYork-Presbyterian Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Academy.

Lauren McCue, M.S.N., A.C.N.P.C.-.A.G., received the 2022 Columbia University Preceptor of the Year Award for Acute Care.

Dr. Erin Felk, PGY-3, was named an ALLNYC EM Fellow in Medical Education Leadership.

Dr. Rachel Kowalsky was selected to join the inaugural Policy Review Committee for the AAP's Section on Minority Health, Equity, and Inclusion.

Promotions & Appointments

Dr. Maria Lame

Pediatric Emergency Department Site Director,

NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital

New Hires

Dr. Jyoti Elavunkal

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

Maria Yioupis

Residency Program Coordinator

Dekeya Slaughter, N.R.P.

Research Coordinator

In the News

Dr. Anthony Rosen

Weill Cornell Medicine gets $6M grant to study early signs of Alzheimer's

Crain's New York

Can Docs Stop Elder Abuse From the Exam Room?


Dr. Rahul Sharma

Virtual Care Needs Foundation, Roadmap

Chicago Medicine

Telehealth's Transformation of Climate Change

Council on Foreign Relations Think Global Health

Dr. Brock Daniels

The Changing Landscape of Health Care Delivery

Cardiology Magazine

Dr. Rachel Kowalsky

Is There Any Place for Race in Medicine?


Recent Events

Faculty and residents participated in a mock medical malpractice trial at Fordham Law School.

Dr. Aisha Terry, President-Elect for ACEP, joined us as our Weill Cornell Medicine Diversity Week Keynote Speaker.

Dr. Jonathan St. George hosted the 2023 Protected Airway Collaborative.

Research & Scholarly Updates

Research Highlights

Department of Emergency Medicine Receives Three Research Grants from National Institutes of Health

Weill Cornell Medicine Receives NIA Grant for Elder Neglect Research

Dr. Anthony Rosen

The National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant to Weill Cornell Medicine to develop a screening tool and intervention for elder neglect in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Approximately one in 10 Americans over the age of 60 have experienced some form of elder abuse, a broad category that encompasses financial exploitation, physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect and more. For this study, Dr. Mark Lachs, co-chief of the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and the Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty Distinguished Professor of Clinical Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, and Dr. Tony Rosen, an associate professor of emergency medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and emergency medicine physician at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, will focus on elder neglect – or the failure to meet an older adult's basic needs, which include access to food, water, shelter, clothing, hygiene and essential medical care.

Read more here.

Omuyambi: Traditional healer support to improve HIV viral suppression in rural Uganda

Dr. Radhika Sundararajan

Dr. Sundararajan’s $3.4 million R01 award from the National Institute of Mental Health seeks to improve HIV care for people living in rural Uganda through training of lay health providers (“traditional healers”). Her research partners include the Mbarara University of Science and Technology, and physician-scientists at the Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital HIV clinic. The goal of this work is to empower traditional healers to deliver health education and support for people living with HIV who have defaulted from clinical care, encouraging re-entry and retention in care, and medication adherence. The team will evaluate the effectiveness of this strategy on improving viral load suppression via cluster randomized trial with 40 traditional healers and 650 people living with HIV. We will also evaluate implementation of this strategy using quantitative and qualitative methods, including surveys and interviews with people living with HIV, traditional healers, HIV clinicians, and Ministry of Health policymakers. This study will be conducted over five years.

GEMRA: Geriatric Emergency Medicine Risk Prediction Model for Return Visit Admissions

Dr. Peter Steel & Dr. Yiye Zhang

Dr. Steel and Dr. Zhang received a $3.7 million R01 award from the National Institute of Aging. The mixed-methods study will develop GEMRA, a machine-learning model designed to identify acute post-ED risk in older adults, into accurate, real-time, EHR-based clinical decision support. Their research partners include colleagues from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. The goal is for GEMRA to inform ED-based risk reduction strategies for older adult diseases and vulnerabilities that can be under-recognized in conventional clinical practice.

Department of Emergency Medicine Faculty Receive Seed Grant for Collaborative Research Project with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Felipe Teran and Dr. Clark Owyang, along with research partners from the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), recently received a seed grant from the Office of Academic Integration at Cornell University to fund efforts to establish a large animal resuscitation science lab across Cornell. The grants are part of an initiative to foster multidisciplinary collaborations between the Ithaca and New York City campuses and to create new opportunities for researchers from across the institution to work together.

Read more here.

Recent Publications

Usoro A, Mehmood A, Rapaport S, Ezeigwe AK, Adeyeye A, Akinlade O, Dias J, Barnett DJ, Hsu EB, Tower C, Razzak J. A Scoping Review of the Essential Components of Emergency Medical Response Systems for Mass Casualty Incidents. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2023 Jan 4:1-12. doi: 10.1017/dmp.2022.235. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36597790.

Beaulac GR, Teran F, Lecluyse V, Costescu A, Belliveau M, Desjardins G, Denault A. Transesophageal Echocardiography in Cardiac Arrest: the Heart and Beyond. Can J Cardiol. 2023 Jan 5:S0828-282X(23)00001-6. doi: 10.1016/j.cjca.2022.12.027. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36621564.

Reisig C, Shah KH. Wrong Cohort to Reduce "Unnecessary" Computed Tomography Imaging. J Emerg Med. 2023 Jan 25:S0736-4679(22)00643-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2022.10.018. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36707345.

Makaroun LK, Rosland AM, Mor MK, Zhang H, Lovelace E, Rosen T, Dichter ME, Thorpe CT. Frailty predicts referral for elder abuse evaluation in a nationwide healthcare system-Results from a case-control study. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2023 Jan 25. doi: 10.1111/jgs.18245. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36695515.

Barrick L, Bechtel K, Cooper G, Hall JE, Levine DA, Reichard KG, Reed J, White ML, Langhan ML. Building the Foundation: A Call to Action for Baseline Data. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2023 Jan 9. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000002902. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36625447.

Broderick K, Aristide C, Bullington BW, Mwanga-Amumpaire J, Downs JA, Sundararajan R. Stigma of infidelity associated with condom use explains low rates of condom uptake: qualitative data from Uganda and Tanzania. Reprod Health. 2023 Jan 11;20(1):12. doi: 10.1186/s12978-023-01563-6. PMID: 36631809; PMCID: PMC9832812.

Khan NU, Khan UR, Ahmed N, Ali A, Raheem A, Soomar SM, Waheed S, Kerai SM, Baig MA, Salman S, Saleem SG, Jamali S, Razzak JA. Improvement in the diagnosis and practices of emergency healthcare providers for heat emergencies after HEAT (heat emergency awareness & treatment) an educational intervention: a multicenter quasi-experimental study. BMC Emerg Med. 2023 Jan 31;23(1):12. doi: 10.1186/s12873-022-00768-5. PMID: 36721088; PMCID: PMC9890699.

Khan NU, Khan U, Khudadad U, Ali A, Raheem A, Waheed S, Razzak JA. Trends in mortality related to unintentional poisoning in the South Asian region from 1990 to 2019: analysis of data from the Global Burden of Disease Study. BMJ Open. 2023 Feb 8;13(2):e062744. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2022-062744. PMID: 36754559; PMCID: PMC9923325.

Rosen T, Zhang H, Wen K, Clark S, Elman A, Jeng P, Baek D, Zhang Y, Gassoumis Z, Fettig N, Pillemer K, Lachs MS, Bao Y. Emergency Department and Hospital Utilization Among Older Adults Before and After Identification of Elder Mistreatment. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 Feb 1;6(2):e2255853. doi: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.55853. PMID: 36787139; PMCID: PMC9929702.

Caniano DA, Bernstein CA, Carter W, Mitchell SR, Nasca TJ. Transactional Competence, Reliability, and Trustworthiness: Essential Attributes of the Successful Program Director. J Grad Med Educ. 2023 Feb;15(1):134-139. doi: 10.4300/JGME-D-22-00950.1. PMID: 36817543; PMCID: PMC9934824.

Levine DA, Uy V, Krief W, Bornstein C, Daswani D, Patel D, Kriegel M, Jamal N, Patel K, Liang T, Arroyo A, Strother C, Lim CA, Langhan ML, Hassoun A, Chamdawala H, Kaplan CP, Waseem M, Tay ET, Mortel D, Sivitz AB, Kelly C, Lee HJ, Qiu Y, Gorelick M, Platt SL, Dayan P. Predicting Delayed Shock in Multisystem Inflammatory Disease in Children: A Multicenter Analysis From the New York City Tri-State Region. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2023 Feb 23. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000002914. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36811547.

Narayanan N, Langer S, Acker KP, Rosenblatt SD, Simmons W, Wu A, Han JY, Abramson EL, Grinspan ZM, Levine DA. COVID-19 is Observed in Older Children During the Omicron Wave in New York City. J Emerg Med. 2022 Sep 19:S0736-4679(22)00561-3. doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2022.09.036. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36803448; PMCID: PMC9482840.

Chary M, Barbuto AF, Izadmehr S, Tarsillo M, Fleischer E, Burns MM. COVID-19 Therapeutics: Use, Mechanism of Action, and Toxicity (Vaccines, Monoclonal Antibodies, and Immunotherapeutics). J Med Toxicol. 2023 Apr;19(2):205-218. doi: 10.1007/s13181-023-00931-9. Epub 2023 Mar 2. PMID: 36862334; PMCID: PMC9979891.

Shaukat N, Ali DM, Jaffer M, Jarrar Z, Ashraf N, Hassan S, Daudpota AA, Qadir MA, Khowaja AH, Razzak J. Lifesaving skills training in schools - A qualitative study to explore students, teachers, and parent's perceived opportunities and challenges. BMC Public Health. 2023 Feb 27;23(1):400. doi: 10.1186/s12889-023-15284-9. PMID: 36849931; PMCID: PMC9970688.

Mycyk MB, Murphy CM, Chary M, Chai PR, Dunavin A, Meyn A, Mazer-Amirshahi M. Fostering the Next Generation of Researchers: a Sustainable Mentoring Program for Early Career Toxicologists in Scientific Abstract Review. J Med Toxicol. 2023 Apr;19(2):224-227. doi: 10.1007/s13181-023-00938-2. Epub 2023 Mar 6. PMID: 36879004; PMCID: PMC10050293.

Corbett M, Allen A, Bobo N, Foggs MB, Fonacier LS, Gupta R, Kowalsky R, Martinez E, Begolka WS, Zachary C, Blaiss MS. Proposed solutions by the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology and advocacy experts to address racial disparities in atopic dermatitis and food allergy. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2023 Mar;130(3):392-396.e2. doi: 10.1016/j.anai.2022.12.017. Epub 2022 Dec 17. PMID: 36538973.

Kisigo GA, Mcharo OC, Robert JL, Peck RN, Sundararajan R, Okello ES. Understanding barriers and facilitators to clinic attendance and medication adherence among adults with hypertensive urgency in Tanzania. PLOS Glob Public Health. 2022 Aug 23;2(8):e0000919. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgph.0000919. PMID: 36962785; PMCID: PMC10021323.

Matungwa DJ, Hong R, Kidola J, Pungu D, Ponticiello M, Peck R, Sundararajan R. Understanding the role of traditional healers in the HIV care cascade: Findings from a qualitative study among stakeholders in Mwanza, Tanzania. PLOS Glob Public Health. 2022 Aug 15;2(8):e0000674. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgph.0000674. PMID: 36962758; PMCID: PMC10021224.

Dinh A, Tseng E, Yin AL, Estrin D, Greenwald P, Fortenko A. Perceptions About Augmented Reality in Remote Medical Care: Interview Study of Emergency Telemedicine Providers. JMIR Form Res. 2023 Mar 28;7:e45211. doi: 10.2196/45211. PMID: 36976628.

Sundararajan R, Alakiu R, Ponticiello M, Birch G, Kisigo G, Okello E, Peck RN. Understanding traditional healer utilisation for hypertension care using the Andersen model: A qualitative study in Mwanza, Tanzania. Glob Public Health. 2023 Jan;18(1):2191687. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2023.2191687. PMID: 36973183; PMCID: PMC10065353.

Kamler JJ, Taube S, Koch EJ, Lauria MJ, Kue RC, Rush SC. Effectiveness of and Adherence to Triage Algorithms During Prehospital Response to Mass Casualty Incidents. J Spec Oper Med. 2023 Mar 15;23(1):59-66. doi: 10.55460/73Y0-FSLB. PMID: 36853853.

Lin S, Zimmerman E, Datta S, Selby M, Chan T, Fant A. Curated collections for educators: Nine key articles and article series for teaching qualitative research methods. AEM Educ Train. 2023 Apr 1;7(2):e10862. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10862. PMID: 37013134; PMCID: PMC10066497.

Nia, Hamid E. DO; Scofi, Jean MD, MBA; Friedenson, Dave MD; Laghezza, Matthew R. PA, MBA; Steel, Peter A. D. MBBS. Billing & Coding: CMS Overhauls EM Billing and Coding. Emergency Medicine News 45(4C):10.1097/01.EEM.0000931900.60711.37, April 25, 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/01.EEM.0000931900.60711.37

Non-Indexed Publications

Kowalsky R. The Wedding. AAWEP Section Newsroom. Published February 6, 2023. 

Kowalsky R. Finding Humor in Unexpected Places: Halloween Blood. In: What We Bring to the Practice of Medicine: Perspectives from Women Physicians. Kent State University Press; 2023. 

Donna A. Caniano, Carol A. Bernstein, Wallace Carter, Stephen Ray Mitchell, Thomas J. Nasca; Transactional Competence, Reliability, and Trustworthiness: Essential Attributes of the Successful Program Director. J Grad Med Educ 1 February 2023; 15 (1): 134–139. doi:

Recent Presentations

Dr. Tony Rosen kicked off work on his NIA Grant for Elder Neglect Research in collaboration with the Division of Geriatrics & Palliative Care.

Dr. Nicole Gerber presented her QI project to reduce radiation exposure in children with VP shunt at Pediatric Academic Societies 2023 Annual Meeting.

Dr. Rachel Kowalsky

International Health Humanities Consortium Conference

"Writing Beyond What We Witness"

Franklin & Marshall College

Guest Lecturer

“Deconstructing A Race-Based Clinical Practice Guideline”

Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting and Conference

"Deconstructing Racial Inequities in Melanoma Prevention Practices and Survival Rates: From 'Decolonizing Dermatology' to 'Brown Skin Matters'"

George Washington University School of Medicine

Guest speaker, Dr. Robert Kaiser Memorial Poetry Fest

"Powerful Words: The Intimate Connection Between Medicine and the Literary Arts" 


Dr. Neel Naik

International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare

"Psychological Safety: It’s for Faculty, Too!"

"All the Faculty Are Doing It"

"Debriefing the Difficult Learner"

"Ways to Incorporate Tele-simulation into Your Program"

American College of Physicians 2023 Annual Meeting

"Can you See and Hear Me? Navigating the Provider-Patient Relationship Over Telemedicine"

Dr. Kevin Ching

Duke University

Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology

Dr. Alex Fortenko

American Telemedicine Association

Panel on Telemedicine & Specialty Care

Dr. Christopher Reisig

Regis High School

"Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Dr. Flavio Gaudio

University of Nevada School of Medicine

Invited Speaker, Dept. of Family and Community Medicine

"Medicines and Toxins from Plants"

University of Rochester Medical Center

Invited Speaker, Emergency Medicine Residency


Dr. Shari Platt, Dr. Nicole Gerber, & Nina Friedman, C.C.L.S.

Weill Cornell Medicine

Pediatric Behavioral Health Symposium: Inside the Pediatric Emergency Department

Vulnerable Elder Protection Team (VEPT)

Vision Urbana

Invited Speaker

Dr. Kristen Ng

CORD 2023

“Dismantling Professionalism: Recognizing Bias in Prevailing Notions to Find a More Inclusive Way Forward” 

High-Performance Resuscitation Teams Conference

"Simulation: High-Performance Resuscitation Teams: What Excellent Looks Like"

Center for Virtual Care Faculty

Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar

"Telemedicine Training Course"

Dr. Junaid Razzak

World Health Summit Regional Meeting

Confronting NCDs: A Universal Health Coverage Challenge

Dr. Tony Rosen

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Older Adult Programming Staff

Falls in Older Adults 

Dr. Manish Garg

American Academy of Emergency Medicine 2023 Scientific Assembly

Update on Emerging Infectious Diseases

Pediatric Academic Societies 2023 Annual Meeting

Dr. Deborah Levine

"Mentoring in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: What Women Want

Perspectives of Concussion in Young Children"

Dr. Dana Lauture

"Risk Factors Associated with Anxiety in Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Nina Friedman, C.C.L.S.

"Quality of Life for Children with Mental and Behavioral Health Emergencies Who Board in the Pediatric Emergency Department"

Dr. Nicole Gerber

"Reducing Ionizing Radiation Exposure for Pediatric Patients with Concern for Intracranial Shunt Malfunction Through Implementation of a Clinical Pathway with QI Methodology"

Dr. Sophia Lin

"Nasal Septal Abscess Diagnosed with Point-of-Care Ultrasound"


Education Highlight

Department of Emergency Medicine Launches Healthcare Leadership & Management Elective for Senior Medical Students

This spring, the Department of Emergency Medicine launched its inaugural Healthcare Leadership & Management Elective for senior medical students. The two-week course, led by Dr. Jean Scofi and Dr. Joseph Habboushe, offered students the opportunity to further develop their leadership skills and explore challenging topics in healthcare innovation, business, and management.

Throughout the course, students attended a series of lectures led by leaders from a wide spectrum of healthcare industries, including executives from Sunrise Pharma, Anthem, Inc., and Regeneron, and physician-leaders from NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Each student was also paired with a mentor for one-on-one counselling in support of their career development. The elective provided students with a deeper understanding of the basic definitions and relationships between clinical service delivery, healthcare innovation, healthcare policy, and healthcare leadership and management.

The elective is the third program launched under the department’s Healthcare Leadership & Management educational track, which includes a fellowship and the HLM Scholars Program for first- and second-year medical students.

2023 Healthcare Leadership & Management Scholars

Maressa Cumberback

Dustine Reich

Chana Schochet

2023-2024 Chief Residents

Dr Michael DelFilippo

Dr. Danielle Haussner

Dr. Denise Marte

Dr. Sagar Nakrani

NYP/Columbia & Cornell Emergency Residency Class of 2027

Ali Abdelati

Weill Cornell Qatar

Liam Ben-Joseph

University of Massachusetts

Alison Bonner

University of North Carolina

Joshua Faber

Northwestern University

Lauren Gruffi

SUNY Downstate

Amy Hembree

Columbia P&S

Adam Huynh

University of Connecticut

Abel Infante

Albert Einstein School of Medicine

John Jeffrey

Columbia P&S

Vibhuti Krishna

Columbia P&S

Sasha Leibholz

Stony Brook

Brandon Mallory

Texas Christian University

Justine Matzen

Georgetown University

Kiera Needham

Case Western University

Mark O’Brien


Oladele Osisami

University of Louisville

Eli Rogers

University of Rochester

Dina Saba

Rutgers NJMS

Heidi Sosa

SUNY Downstate

Jacqueline Tran

Weill Cornell Medical School

Roland Zemla


News from NYP Queens & NYP Brooklyn Methodist

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Faculty Highlights

Dr. Manish Sharma was elected Chair of the NYP Queens Medical Board. As Chair, he will advise hospital leadership in matters relation to patient safety, quality control and physician and staff wellness.

CORD 2023

Moderated Poster Sessions

Research and Scholarly Activity (RSA) Point System to Enhance Resident Productivity

Dr. Nao Yoneda, Dr. Saumil Parikh, Dr. Timothy Khowong, Dr. Anita Lui, Dr. David Simon, Dr. Jing Jing Gong

Asynchronous Scoring Tools Education for the Beginner Emergency Medicine Trainee

Dr. Nao Yoneda, Dr. Jonathan Siegal, Dr. Saumil Parikh, Dr. Ameer Hassoun, Dr. Anita Lui, Dr. Timothy Khowong

The Residency Olympics: A Novel Gamified Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residents

Dr. Brian Smith, Dr. Jessie Chen, Dr. Nao Yoneda, Dr. Timothy Khowong, Dr. Anita Lui, Dr. Saumil Parikh

Clinical Pathologic Case Competition

Dr. Timothy Khowong

Dr. Boyd Qu

NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist

Department Highlights

The Department of Emergency Medicine received the Patient Experience Resiliency Award from the Patient Experience Team and Patient Services at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist.

Hosted the 2023 Tri-Borough In-Training/Board Review Conference.

CORD 2023


Diagnosis of Anti-NMDA Encephalitis Case

Dr. Kevin Vinokur

Clinical Pathologic Case Competition

Dr. Laura Melville, Judge


Dr. Nessy Dahan & Dr. Maya Lin

UltraCon 2023 Annual Meeting

“Contrast-Enhanced Point-of-Care Ultrasound for the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis in the Pediatric Emergency Department”

Dr. Nessy Dahan & Dr. Kassem Makki

UltraCon 2023 Annual Meeting

“Point-of-Care Ultrasound Screening for the Identification of a Supracondylar Fracture in a Pediatric Patient”

Dr. Brenna Farmer

Division of Medical Toxicology Grand Rounds, East Carolina University Department of Emergency Medicine

“An Unfortunate Case to Highlight Medication Safety and Safety Culture in the Emergency Department”

Grand Rounds, Northwestern University Department of Emergency Medicine

“Updates in Drugs of Abuse”

In the News

Dr. Brenna Farmer

What everyone should know about roofies, aka 'date rape' drugs, according to experts

Yahoo Life

Upcoming Events

1st Annual Department of Emergency Medicine Research Retreat

Thursday, June 8, 2023

8:00 A.M. 5:00 PM

Belfer Research Building

American College of Emergency Physicians

October 912, 2023

Philadelphia, PA

Virtual Healthcare in the Mainstream Symposium & Research Forum

November 2023

Center for Virtual Care

14th Annual Clinical Updates in Emergency Medicine Conference

December 23, 2023

9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.

Faculty Wellness

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