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September 28, 2017

Featuring Fiona Garlich, MD and Matt Baluzy, MD, Sanjay Arora, MD and Michael Menchine, MD

Division of Emergency Medicine Research

About the Division of Emergency Medicine Research Our research division faculty consists of four clinical researchers, one full-time, dedicated researcher, one project coordinator, one administrative assistant and four grant-funded research assistants. Several other faculty members, though not specifically research division members, routinely participate in research and research division activities. We attract a broad base of […]

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What is the fragility index and how can it help us appraise medical literature?

Richard Bracken II, DO Critical appraisal of the latest in evidence-based practices is important to many emergency medicine physicians, but how can we quantify whether the conclusion of a study is a real result or simply chance? In the past, researchers have relied heavily on p-values to assess statistical significance, but all that may be […]

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JAMA RCE Rundown: Community Acquired Pneumonia

By Mary Cheffers MD From JAMA’s Rational Clinical Exam: Does this patient have Community-Acquired Pneumonia? Summary This is an old article, but the workup of Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) in the ED has not changed significantly. The article sought to answer the question of whether a chest x-ray is necessary for a definite diagnosis in all […]

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