2 Resident Awards, a Plenary Presentation and 20 UWO Emerg Research Abstracts Accepted for CAEP 2013!
I am extremely pleased to announce that all 20 abstracts submitted to CAEP (Vancouver June 1-5 2013) have been accepted for presentation!
It is with great pleasure and excitement to announce that the abstracts submitted by Dr. Danny Peterson (PGY-5) and Dr. Sameer Mal (PGY-5) have been ranked among the top 8 resident abstracts submitted this year!
As such, Danny and Sameer have each been awarded one of the 8 CAEP 2013 Resident Research Abstract Awards (which includes $500 and a complimentary CAEP 2013 registration). Recognition will also be given in the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine (CJEM) and on the CAEP website.
Additionally, Sameer has been awarded the Top CAEP Resident Research Abstract Award and will be presenting in the Top 4 plenary session on Tues June 4th at 9:15! Danny will be giving an oral presentation on Sun June 2nd at 10:15. Please join me in congratulating Danny and Sameer on their outstanding success! They will be presenting their study results at RRD 2013 on April 25th so be sure to come out and support them.
The Impact Of Pre-Hospital Non-Invasive Positive Pressure Support Ventilation In Adult Patients With Acute Respiratory Distress: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis.
Mal S, McLeod SL, Iansavichene A, Dukelow A, Lewell M.
Identification of Palliative Care Patients in the Emergency Department.
Tillmann B, McLeod SL, Baker S, Joubert G.
Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Usage Patterns Following Implementation Of An Archiving And Quality Assurance Process In An Academic Tertiary Care Emergency Department
Byrne CM, Thompson D, McLeod SL, Arntfield RT.
A Prospective Evaluation Of The Utility Of The Ambulance Call Record To Change The Management Of Patient Care In The Emergency Department.
Cram N, Davis M, McLeod S, Klingel M, Dukelow A, Lewell M.
Analysis of Prehospital Treatment of Pain in the Multisystem Trauma Patient at a Community Level 2 Trauma Center.
Eby D, A. Dukelow, M. Peddle, S.L. McLeod, M. Lewell, M. Davis, P. Bradford, R. Bulatovic, S. McKenzie, E. Galbraith.
Sources of Support for Paramedics Managing Work-related Stress in a Canadian EMS Service.
M. Davis, A. Dukelow, S. Mal, S.L. McLeod, M. Lewell, P. Bradford, E. Donnelly.
Do Learners In The Emergency Department Help Or Hinder Emergency Physician Productivity?
A. Dukelow, D. Thompson, C. Rhiger, M. Klingel, S.L. McLeod.
Is Radial Head Subluxation Associated With An Increased Radial Metaphysis To Capitellum Distance In Children Aged 1-8 Years?
Gladwell H, McLeod SL, Selby K, Lim R, MacDonald C, McKillop S, Poonai N.
The Utility Of Serum Lactate Ordered In The Emergency Department In Diagnosing Mesenteric Ischemia: A 3-Year Retrospective Review.
Mian A, McLeod SL, Schappert A, Dreyer J.
The 'Do Not Hospitalize' Patient: How Often Do They Present To The ED?
Pillon S, McLeod SL, Klingel M, Edmonds M.
The Impact Of 'casino Shifts' On Emergency Physician Productivity.
Dukelow A, Thompson D, Peddle M, Rhiger C, Klingel M, McLeod SL.
Initial Assessment And Disposition For The Stable Patient With First Trimester Bleeding In The Emergency Department
Gagnier RM, McLeod SL, Richardson CA.
A Retrospective Review Of The Use Of A Strep Throat Checklist Allowing Patient Discharge From Triage In A Moderate-Sized Community Emergency Department.
Keeler A, McLeod SL, Mann M.
Caring For Disadvantaged Populations In The Emergency Department.
Krause J, McLeod SL, Sedran R.
Knowing Is Half The Battle: Utilizing Patient Outcome Information In Emergency Medicine
Lane S, Pinto F, McLeod SL, Sedran R.
Demographic Characteristics & Resource Utilization Of Emergency Department Frequent Users.
Riggan M, McLeod SL, Fielding K, Tran A, Ouellette D.
Does The Unscheduled Return Emergency Department Visit Rate Differ Between Patients Treated By A Resident Versus A Consultant?
Rivest C, McLeod SL, Millard W.
The Use Of Antibiotics In Corneal Abrasion And Corneal Foreign Bodies In The Emergency Department.
Sharma M, McLeod SL, Shah A.
Qualitative Analysis Of Teaching Satisfaction Among Residents Rotating Through Three Emergency Departments.
Please join me in congratulating the 7 FRCP residents, 2 CCFP-EM residents, 18 staff consultants, and 5 UWO medical students on their outstanding success!
VANCOUVER… get ready for a London invasion!!!