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Department of

Emergency Medicine

Research

The UC Department of Emergency Medicine’s research mission is to conduct quality, collaborative, team-based research. The research division has experience with an incredible variety of research across the full translational spectrum, from basic science to clinical trials to implementation science and health systems research. 

Our research fellowship is one of just 15 nationwide that is accredited by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.

The Research Division includes an integrated team of investigators, coordinators, post-doctoral and doctoral students, grants and contracts managers, data managers and regulatory experts. As well as scientific collaboration, nine departments rely on our research team for participant recruitment and research enrollment services. doctoral and doctoral students, grants and contracts managers, data managers and regulatory experts. As well as scientific collaboration, nine departments rely on our research team for participant recruitment and research enrollment services.

Recent Publications

  • Powell EK, Hinckley WR, Stolz U, Golden AJ, Ventura A, McMullan JT.Predictors of Definitive Airway sans Hypoxia/Hypotension on First Attempt (DASH-1A) Success in Traumatically Injured Patients Undergoing Prehospital Intubation. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2019: 1-13. PMID: 31539287. Epub: 9/20/2019.
  • Lane BH, Mallow PJ, Hooker, MB, Hooker E. Trends in United States emergency department visits and associated charges from 2010 to 2016. Am J Emerg Med. 2019: 158423. PMID: 31519380. Epub: 9/6/2019.
  • Farrant M, Easton JD, Adelman EE, Cucchiara BL, Barsan WG, Walsh KB, et al. Assessment of the End Point Adjudication Process on the Results of the Platelet-Oriented Inhibition in New TIA and Minor Ischemic Stroke (POINT) Trial: A Secondary Analysis. AMA Netw Open. 2019; 2 (9): e1910769. PMID: 31490536. Epub: 9/4/2019.
  • McMullan J, Khatri P. Getting the Right Patient to the Right Place in the Right Amount of Time-A Role for Both Mobile Stroke Units and Prehospital Clinical Scales. JAMA Neurol. 2019. PMID: 31479107. Epub: 9/3/2019.
  • Kreitzer N, Bakas T, Kurowski B, Lindsell CJ, Ferioli S, Foreman B, Ngwenya LB, Thomas S, Keegan S, Adeoye O. The Experience of Caregivers Following a Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Requiring ICU Admission. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2019 Aug 29. [Epub ahead of print].
Emergency Medicine Publications in 2019