>SJRHEM at Interprofessional Health Research Day 2017

iHR day is a collaboration between Horizon Health – Saint John Zone, the University of New Brunswick – Saint John Campus, the New Brunswick Community College – Saint John Campus and Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick.

The day featured oral and poster presentations by health researchers from these four institutions, an outstanding keynote speaker, and a great opportunity to discuss health research with your colleagues. More information here


SJRHEM Research had 8 research abstract accepted to this event:

 

 

Initial validation of the core components in the SHoC-Hypotension Protocol. What rates of ultrasound findings are reported in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? Results from the first Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHOC-ED1) Study; an international randomized controlled trial.

Combination of easily measurable real time variables to predict ED crowding

ULTRASIM: ULtrasound in TRAuma SIMulation. Does the use of ultrasound improve diagnosis during simulated trauma scenarios?

Does point of care ultrasonography improve diagnostic accuracy in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? The First Sonography in Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department (SHOC-ED1) Study; an international randomized controlled trial.

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.

Combatting sedentary lifestyles; can exercise prescriptions in the Emergency Department lead to a behavioural change in patients?

Determining ED staff documentation practice, awareness, and knowledge of intimate partner violence questioning and documentation tools

To choose or not to choose: evaluating the effect of a Choosing Wisely knowledge translation initiative in rural and urban EM physicians

 

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