Patricia Mitchell, RN, is Director of Emergency Medicine Research Operations for the Department of Emergency Medicine as well as Research Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. She has a broad range of leadership experience in many areas of emergency medicine research. She has directed clinical research activities for more than two decades, including serving as Co-Investigator on numerous multi-center NIH studies.
Ms. Mitchell is responsible for managing the daily activities of the research section and is actively involved with projects from study development to manuscript preparation. Past endeavors include overseeing multi-center project management for NIH funded trials, industry sponsored grants, and multiple projects within the Boston EMS system. Areas of research include cardiovascular disease, asthma, stroke, violence prevention, substance abuse, and public health. All clinical protocols are submitted to Ms. Mitchell for review and approval before implementation as she coordinates their conduct and integration in the clinical area.
- Boston Medical Center
- Boston University, RN
- Published on 8/7/2018
Schechter-Perkins EM, Mitchell PM, Nelson KP, Liu JH, Shannon A, Ahern J, Orr B, Miller NS. Point-of-care influenza testing does not significantly shorten time to disposition among patients with an influenza-like illness. Am J Emerg Med. 2018 Aug 07. PMID: 30107967.
- Published on 4/6/2018
Rixe JA, Liu JH, Breaud HA, Nelson KP, Mitchell PM, Feldman JA. Is hallway care dangerous? An observational study. Am J Emerg Med. 2018 Aug; 36(8):1451-1454. PMID: 29747896.
- Published on 3/30/2018
Linden JA, Breaud AH, Mathews J, McCabe KK, Schneider JI, Liu JH, Halpern LE, Barron RJ, Clyne B, Smith JL, Kauffman DF, Dempsey MS, Dechert TA, Mitchell PM. The Intersection of Gender and Resuscitation Leadership Experience in Emergency Medicine Residents: A Qualitative Study. AEM Educ Train. 2018 Apr; 2(2):162-168. PMID: 30051083.
- Published on 1/11/2018
Gruenberg CC, Breaud AH, Liu JH, Mitchell PM, Feldman JA, Nelson KP, Kahn JH. Are Geriatric Patients Placed in an Emergency Department Observation Unit on a Chest Pain Pathway More Likely Than Non-Geriatric Patients to Re-Present to the Hospital within 30 Days? J Emerg Med. 2018 03; 54(3):302-306. PMID: 29336989.
- Published on 12/5/2017
Sheng AY, Sullivan R, Kleber K, Mitchell PM, Liu JH, McGreevy J, McCabe K, Atema A, Schneider JI. Fantastic Learning Moments and Where to Find Them. West J Emerg Med. 2018 Jan; 19(1):59-65. PMID: 29383057.
- Published on 9/19/2017
Linden JA, Grimmnitz B, Hagopian L, Breaud AH, Langlois BK, Nelson KP, Hart LL, Feldman JA, Brown J, Reid M, Desormeau E, Mitchell PM. Is the Pelvic Examination Still Crucial in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Vaginal Bleeding or Abdominal Pain When an Intrauterine Pregnancy Is Identified on Ultrasonography? A Randomized Controlled Trial. Ann Emerg Med. 2017 Dec; 70(6):825-834. PMID: 28935285.
- Published on 8/8/2017
Gibson J, Schechter-Perkins EM, Mitchell P, Mace S, Tian Y, Williams K, Luo R, Yen-Lieberman B. Multi-center evaluation of the cobas® Liat® Influenza A/B & RSV assay for rapid point of care diagnosis. J Clin Virol. 2017 Oct; 95:5-9. PMID: 28818691.
- Published on 7/1/2017
Ryan KM, Breaud AH, Eliseo L, Goto R, Mitchell P. Injuries and exposures among ocean safety providers: A review of workplace injuries and exposures from 2007-2012. J Occup Environ Hyg. 2017 Jul; 14(7):534-539. PMID: 28426289.
- Published on 5/15/2017
Leo MM, Langlois BK, Pare JR, Mitchell P, Linden J, Nelson KP, Amanti C, Carmody KA. Ultrasound vs. Computed Tomography for Severity of Hydronephrosis and Its Importance in Renal Colic. West J Emerg Med. 2017 Jun; 18(4):559-568. PMID: 28611874.
- Published on 2/6/2017
Weiner SG, Mitchell PM, Temin ES, Langlois BK, Dyer KS. Use of Intranasal Naloxone by Basic Life Support Providers. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2017 May-Jun; 21(3):322-326. PMID: 28166446.
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