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Academic Emergency Medicine

Print ISSN
1069-6563
Electronic ISSN
1553-2712
Impact factor
2.197
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1553-2712
Usage rank
513
Article count
4125
Free count
2944
Free percentage
0.713697
PDFs via platforms
Ovid from 2008, Ebscoatoz, Ebsconet, Ebsco, Wiley from 1994, Rcgp, and Ingenta

  1. Go team!

    Academic Emergency Medicine 21(7):831 (2014) PMID 25125273

  2. Review of modeling approaches for emergency department patient flow and crowding research.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 18(12):1371 (2011) PMID 22168201

    We compare and contrast these modeling methodologies, describe the fundamental assumptions each makes, and outline the potential applications and limitations for each with regard to usability in ED operations and in ED operations and crowding research. © 2011 by the Society for Acad...
  3. The association of emergency department crowding and time to antibiotics in febrile neonates.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 18(12):1380 (2011) PMID 22168202

    The objective was to assess the relationship between emergency department (ED) crowding and timeliness of antibiotic administration to neonates presenting with fever in a pediatric ED. This was a retrospective cohort study of febrile neonates (aged 0-30 days) evaluate...
  4. Interventions to improve patient-centered care during times of emergency department crowding.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 18(12):1289 (2011) PMID 22168193

    ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE 2011; 18:1289-1294 © 2011 by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine ABSTRACT: Patient-centered care is defined by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) as care that is responsive to individual patient needs and values and that guides treatment decisions. T...
  5. Risk for cost-related medication nonadherence among emergency department patients.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 18(3):267 (2011) PMID 21401789

      Risk for medication nonadherence due to cost concerns was identified in a quarter of nonemergent urban ED patients in our sample and was more likely to be reported by patients experiencing other economic and psychosocial risks. These findings indicate a need to include discussions about medicatio...
  6. International Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Literature From 2009.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 18(1):no (2011) PMID 21182567

    As the specialty of emergency medicine evolves in countries around the world, and as interest in international emergency medicine (IEM) grows within the United States, the IEM Literature Review Group recognizes an ongoing need for a high-quality, consolidated, and easily accessible e...
  7. Effect of race and insurance on outcome of pediatric trauma.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 17(8):809 (2010) PMID 20670317

    After controlling for ISS and type of injury, mortality disparity exists for uninsured, African American, and Hispanic pediatric trauma patients. Although the reasons for this are unclear, efforts to decrease these disparities are needed....
  8. Bedside ultrasound diagnosis of clavicle fractures in the pediatric emergency department.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 17(7):687 (2010) PMID 20653581

    Compared to radiographs, bedside US can accurately diagnose pediatric clavicle fractures. US causes no more discomfort than radiography when detecting clavicle fractures. Given US's advantage of no radiation, pediatric EPs should consider this application....
  9. Risk Ratios and Odds Ratios for Common Events in Cross-sectional and Cohort Studies.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 17(6):649 (2010) PMID 20624147

  10. Emergency ultrasound diagnosis of a pseudoaneurysm associated with an arteriovenous fistula.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 17(6):e43 (2010) PMID 20491681