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Critical Supply Shortages - The Need for Ventilators and Personal Protective Equipment during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Critical Supply Shortages U.S. hospitals are already reporting shortages of key equipment needed to care for critically ill patients with Covid-19, including ventilators and personal protective equ...
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Interview-based Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part II: Data Collection, Analysis and Results Reporting.
Qualitative methods are increasingly being used in emergency care research. Rigorous qualitative methods can play a critical role in advancing the emergency care research agenda by allowingExpand
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The overlap of youth violence among aggressive adolescents with past-year alcohol use-A latent class analysis: aggression and victimization in peer and dating violence in an inner city emergency
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to identify overlap and violence types between peer and dating aggression and victimization using latent class analysis (LCA) among a sample of aggressiveExpand
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Problems in comprehension of informed consent in rural and peri-urban Mali, West Africa
Background Clinical trials undertaken by industrialized nations in undeveloped nations pose several critical ethical dilemmas. One key potential problem concerns misunderstandings of the consentExpand
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Clinician Attitudes, Screening Practices, and Interventions to Reduce Firearm-Related Injury
Firearm injury is a leading cause of injury-related morbidity and mortality in the United States. We sought to systematically identify and summarize existing literature on clinical firearm injuryExpand
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Acceptability, language, and structure of text message-based behavioral interventions for high-risk adolescent females: a qualitative study.
PURPOSE To elucidate key elements surrounding acceptability/feasibility, language, and structure of a text message-based preventive intervention for high-risk adolescent females. METHODS WeExpand
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Twitter as a tool for communication and knowledge exchange in academic medicine: A guide for skeptics and novices
Abstract Twitter is a tool for physicians to increase engagement of learners and the public, share scientific information, crowdsource new ideas, conduct, discuss and challenge emerging research,Expand
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Patient engagement and the design of digital health.
Digital health is an area of growing interest for physicians, patients, and technology companies alike. It promises the ability to engage patients in their care, before, during, and after anExpand
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Sex differences in characteristics of adolescents presenting to the emergency department with acute assault-related injury.
OBJECTIVES Adolescents with a history of peer assault are known to report high rates of other risky behaviors. The characteristics of adolescents seeking care in the ED for acute assault-relatedExpand
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Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part I: Research Principles and Common Applications.
Qualitative methods are increasingly being used in emergency care research. Rigorous qualitative methods can play a critical role in advancing the emergency care research agenda by allowingExpand
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