Emergency Medicine: Resident Awards
Resident Academic Day Plenary Awards
The Division of Emergency Medicine presents two Resident Plenary Awards at Research Academic Day (RAD) each year. Plenary awards are given to the QI and Research abstracts which are ranked the highest by our Research Academic Planning (RAP) committee. Award winners are given dedicated time to present their work during the plenary section of RAD.
|2018||Craig Brick||Ultrasound-guided peripheral intravenous access in the Emergency Department: A randomized controlled trial comparing single and dual-operator technique|
|2018||Sameer Masood||The Checklist for Head Injury Management Evaluation Study (CHIMES): A cQI initiative to reduce imaging utilization for head injuries in the Emergency Department|
|2017||Justin Hall||What’s the plan? Improving ED patient discharge communication through patient-centred discharge handouts|
|2017||Ahmed Taher||The Impact Of CPR Quality During Entire Resuscitation Episode On Survival From Cardiac Arrest|
|2017||Cristian Toarta||Short-Term Serious Outcomes of Patients Presenting with Symptoms Concerning for NSTEMI and Discharged from the ED After a Single Contemporary Troponin I (TnI): A Prospective Cohort Study|
|2016||Sameer Masood||A population-based analysis of outcomes in patients with a primary diagnosis of hypertension in the emergency department, using linked datasets|
|2016||Michelle Tubman||Vaccination Coverage with Oral Cholera Vaccine in Refugee Populations in Gambella, Ethiopia—A Vaccination Coverage Survey|
|2015||Brendon Wood||Impact of an asthma care pathway on the emergency department management of asthma|
|2015||Jacqueline Willinsky||Emergency department pain management for geriatric
patients with minor traumatic injuries: who is getting analgesics?