Other Faculty Research
Our faculty have diverse research interests including:
- Healthcare Policy
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Emergency Department Pharmacist
- Patient Safety
Moore JR, Schneider SM. Acute HIV infection presenting with fever, elevated amylase/lipase and hematologic abnormalities. Journal of Emergency Medicine (In press).
Gardner A, Schneider SM, The Future of Emergency Medicine Summit II. Future of Emergency Medicine 2: Proceedings from the second summit. Annals of Emergency Medicine (in press).
Kamali MF, Wilson AC, Acquisto NM, Spillane L, Schneider SM. Acute encephalopathy with concurrent respiratory and metabolic disturbances in first known parenteral human administration of flunixin meglumine and acepromazine maleate. Journal of Emergency Medicine. (In Press).
Crane PW, Yerman B, Schneider SM. Doctor in Triage: a lack of effect on patient satisfaction scores in one large urban emergency department. International Journal of Clinical Medicine (in press)
Kellogg, K. M., R. J. Fairbanks, A. B. O'Connor, C. O. Davis and M. N. Shah (2012). "Association of pain score documentation and analgesic use in a pediatric emergency department." Pediatr Emerg Care 28(12): 1287-1292.
Patanwala AE, Sanders AB, Thomas MC, Acquisto NM, et al. "A prospective, Multicenter Study of the Methods of Medication Error Interception by Emergency Department Pharmacists" Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2012;59(5):369-73
Currier GW, Litts D, Walsh, PG, Schneider S, Richardson T, Grant W, Triner WR, Roback N, Moscati R "Evaluation of an Emergency Department Educational Campaign for Recognition of Suicidal Patients" Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012;13:41-50.
Wiegand TJ. Toxicology: The Science of Poisons and Poisoning. The Bulletin, 2012. 78:(3);33-35
Wiegand TJ, Gorodetsky RM, Conner KR. Alcohol use disorders and previous history of deliberate self-poisoning are associated with greater degree of toxicity in deliberate self-poisonings. Clinical Toxicology, 2012; 50(7): 634.
Morse B, DiCenzo R, Baciewicz G, Tessena M, Acquisto NM, et al. "Monocarboxylate transporter inhibition with osmotic diuresis increases gamma-hydroxybutyrate renal elimination in humans:a proof-of-concept study" Journal of Clinical Toxicolcology 2011;1:2
Patanwala AE, Sanders AB, Thomas MC, Acquisto NM, et al. "A prospective, multicenter study of the methods of medication error interception by emergency department pharmacists" Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Morse B, DiCenzo R, Baciewicz G, Tessena M, Acquisto NM, et al. "Monocarboxylate transporter inhibition with osmotic diuresis increases gamma-hydroxybutyrate renal elimination in humans:a proof-of-concept study" Journal of Clinical Toxicolcology 2011;1:2.
|Allstate||Foundation||Grant to Improve Teen Driver Safety.|
|Toys 'R' Us||Foundation||Injury Free Coalition-to study and provide home safety equipment to families that attend the Pediatric Clinic at Strong.|
|Governor's Traffic Safety Committee||NYS||To Purchase and distribute child passenger restraints to families that attend the Pediatric Safety Committee Clinic at Strong.|
|Kohl's||Foundation||Kohl's Kares for Kids program grant to support the Injury Free Coalition's Kohl's Pedal Patrol Program.|
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