Emily Spilseth Binstadt

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Medical simulation allows trainees to experience realistic patient situations without exposing patients to the risks inherent in trainee learning and is adaptable to situations involving widely varying clinical content. Although medical simulation is becoming more widely used in medical education, it is typically used as a complement to existing educational(More)
The purpose of this study was to describe nationally representative characteristics and temporal trends in "left before being seen" (LBBS) visits in US emergency departments (EDs). The ED portion of the federal National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1995-2002, was analyzed. Of the 810.6 million ED visits during the 8-year study period, an(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE The potential of infectious disease spread in diseases such as tuberculosis, infectious disease epidemic such as avian flu and the threat of terrorism with agents capable of airborne transmission have focused attention on the need for increased surge capacity for patient isolation. Total negative pressure isolation using portable(More)
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