Congratulations to Dr. Ricky Kue, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Medical Director of Boston EMS, Police & Fire, for his recent publication in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services!
The article, “Boston EMS Transitions to Warm Zone Operations after the Boston Marathon Bombing,” discusses the role of Boston EMS during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and lessons learned from the experience.
The article can be read here.
Dr. Feldman, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of the Research Section, explains in his article that "It Takes a System to Treat a Pneumothorax."
Dr. Leo, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Section, and Dr. Murray, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow, describe in their article "a practical overview of core factors to consider when developing and implementing a point-of-care ultrasound education program in a resource-limited setting." Read more about it here.
Published in Academic Emergency Medicine: “Boston Violence Intervention Advocacy Program: A Qualitative Study of Client Experiences and Perceived Effect”
Congratulations to Dr. Thea James, Salma Bibi, Breanne Langlois, Elizabeth Dugan, and Patty Mitchell for their publication in Academic Emergency Medicine on client experiences and the perceived effect of the Violence Intervention Advocacy Program (VIAP) at Boston Medical Center. More
Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Pare, PGY4, for his acceptance into the Master of Health Science (MHS) program at Yale University!
Dr. Pare, who begins an Ultrasound Fellowship at Yale-New Haven Hospital this summer, is receiving support for the MHS program by the Department of Emergency Medicine. The MHS degree is completed over two years in conjunction with the fellowship program.
Dr. Pare will investigate the use of emergency point-of-care ultrasound for fluid management and resuscitation in sepsis.
Dr. Ron Medzon, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director for Medical Simulation, will be a speaker at the 8th Ellison Pierce Symposium: Positioning Your ORs for the Future - A Business, Risk, and Clinical Update. More
We proudly announce that Dr. Jeff Schneider is the recipient of the CORD Distinguished Educator Award from the CORD Academy for Scholarship and Education in Emergency Medicine.
The stated intent of this award is to "support the mission of the CORD Academy for Scholarship and Education in Emergency Medicine by recognizing those educators who have an exemplary record of achievement in emergency medicine education and advancing the development of a network of mentors for future growth in emergency medicine education scholarship."
Congratulations to Jolion Mcgreevy, PGY-3, for being selected to serve on the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Ethics Committee. More