>Congratulations to Dr. Luke Taylor – CAEP 2017 Resident Research Abstract Award

“Does point of care ultrasound improve resuscitation markers in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? The first Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHOC-ED 1) Study; an international randomized controlled trial.”

Congratulations to Dr. Luke Taylor and the rest of the team involved in the SHoC-ED1 research project. Luke’s research abstract has been selected by the Canadian Association of Emergency Medicine (CAEP) to win a CAEP2017 Resident Research Abstract Award. The announcement will be made in June at CAEP2017 in Whistler, BC.

 

On behalf of the CAEP Research Committee, I am pleased to congratulate you on winning a CAEP 2017 Resident Research Abstract Award, for your abstract titled “Does point of care ultrasound improve resuscitation markers in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? The first Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHOC-ED 1) Study; an international randomized controlled trial.” Dr. Jeff Parry, CAEP Research Committee Chair.

Dr. Luke Taylor follows in the footsteps of Dr Kyle McGivery and Nicole Beckett who both won awards at CAEP 2016 in Quebec City.

Registration is now open for CAEP 2017 

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