SJRHEM @Halifax CAEP 2019

Congratulations to all our researchers presenting at CAEP Halifax 2019. This year we have had a total of 12 research abstracts accepted for either oral or poster presentations, 5 invited presentations, 3 panel discussions, 5 track chairs, and 1 national award! We are also involved in many administrative, academic and research committee meetings across the conference.


2019 CAEP Abstracts Links for Department of Emergency Medicine, Saint John Regional Hospital, Saint John, New Brunswick

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Does point-of-care ultrasonography improve diagnostic accuracy in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? An international randomized controlled trial from the SHoC-ED investigators

P. Atkinson, M. Peach, S. Hunter, A. Kanji, L. Taylor, D. Lewis, J. Milne, L. Diegelmann, H. Lamprecht, M. Stander, D. Lussier, C. Pham, R. Henneberry, M. Howlett, J. Mekwan, B. Ramrattan, J. Middleton, D. van Hoving, L. Richardson, G. Stoica, J. French

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.65


Does point-of-care ultrasonography change actual care delivered by shock subcategory in emergency department patients with undifferentiated hypotension? An international randomized controlled trial from the SHoC-ED investigators

P. Atkinson, S. Hunter, M. Peach, L. Taylor, A. Kanji, D. Lewis, J. Milne, L. Diegelmann, H. Lamprecht, M. Stander, D. Lussier, C. Pham, R. Henneberry, M. Howlett, J. Mekwan, B. Ramrattan, J. Middleton, D. Van Hoving, L. Richardson, G. Stoica, J. French

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.111


Diagnostic accuracy of point of care ultrasound in undifferentiated hypotension presenting to the emergency department: a systematic review

L. Richardson, O. Loubani, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.140

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Does specialist referral influence emergency department return rate for patients with renal colic? A retrospective cohort study

A. Kanji, P. Atkinson, P. Massaro, R. Pawsey, T. Whelan

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.260

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Introduction of an ECPR protocol to paramedics in Atlantic Canada; a pilot knowledge translation project

C. Rouse, J. Mekwan, P. Atkinson, J. Fraser, J. Gould, D. Rollo, J. Middleton, T. Pishe, M. Howlett, J. Legare, S. Chanyi, M. Tutschka, A. Hassan, S. Lutchmedial

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.302

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The Devil may not be in the detail – training first-responders to administer publicly available epinephrine – microskills checklists have low inter-observer reliability

R. Dunfield, J. Riley, C. Vaillancourt, J. Fraser, J. Woodland, J. French, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.228

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How to get your departmental web content to work for you: one department’s experience with free open access medical education

K. Chandra, D. Lewis, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.209

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Management of first trimester bleeding in the emergency department

R. Amiro, R. Clouston, J. French, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.197

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Obtaining consensus on optimal management and follow-up of patients presenting to the emergency department with early pregnancy complications – a modified Delphi study

A. Cornelis, R. Clouston, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.215

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Emergency department staff perceived need and preferred methods for communication skills training

M. Howlett, M. Mostofa, J. Talbot, J. Fraser, P. Atkinson

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.256

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Designing team success – an engineering approach to capture team procedural steps to develop microskills for interprofessional skills education

R. Hanlon, J. French, P. Atkinson, J. Fraser, S. Benjamin, J. Poon

https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.253

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SJRHEM @Calgary CAEP 2018

Congratulations to all our researchers presenting at CAEP Calgary 2018. This year we have had a total of 13 research abstracts accepted for either oral or poster presentation, 2 invited presentations and 1 track chair. We are also involved in a number of administrative, academic and research committee meetings across the conference.


Last years presentations (CAEP Whistler 2017) can be viewed here


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Training first-responders to administer anaphylaxis publicly available epinephrine – a randomized study – Presenter – Robert Dunfield

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Emergency Critical Care Ultrasound (ECCU) paramedical course: A novel curriculum for training paramedics in ultrasound – Presenter – David Lewis

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Critical Dynamics Study of Burnout in Emergency Department Health Professionals in New Brunswick: Revisiting  5 years later – Presenter – Felix Zhou

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Do electrocardiogram rhythm findings predict cardiac activity during cardiac arrest? A SHoC series study. – Presenter – Paul Atkinson

Oral Research Presentation – Track 5 – Sunday May 27th 15:50hrs

 


 

Introduction of extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ECPR) into emergency care: a feasibility study – Presenter – Derek Rollo

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

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Development of a predictive model for hospital admissions by utilizing frequencies of specific CEDIS presenting complaints – Presenter – David Lewis

Oral Research Presentation – Track 4 – Wednesday May 30th 12:45hrs

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Changes in situational awareness of emergency teams in simulated trauma cases using an RSI checklist – Presenter – James French

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Interprofessional airway microskill checklists facilitate the deliberate practice of surgical cricothyrotomy with 3-D printed surgical airway trainers – Presenter – James French

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How aware is safe enough? Situational Awareness is higher in safer teams doing simulated emergency airway cases – Presenter – James French

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Interprofessional airway microskill checklists facilitate the deliberate practice of direct intubation with a bougie and airway manikins – James French

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Lung ultrasound – Presenter – Paul Atkinson

Invited Oral Presentation – Track 1 – Sunday May 27 10:15hrs

 


Design is Devine – Presenter – James French

Invited Oral Presentation – Track 1 – Sunday May 27 10:15hrs

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