2017 GW Research Days

GW Research Days are April 4th and 5th this year; health and medicine focus is on Day 2. Presentations will be in the Marvin Center, 3rd Floor, Grand and Continental Ballrooms.

There will be ten posters this year with a focus in Emergency Medicine. Include submission by Emergency Medicine Students, Residents, Fellows, and Faculty. Poster presentations and judging takes place from 12:30 to 3:00pm. Click here for the full schedule and more information

Emergency Medicine Posters:

Care Conundrum in the ED: The Gap Between Clinician Awareness and Patient Expectations about Advance Directives

Evan ShapiroGeorge Washington University
Aleksandra SmithGeorge Washington University
Pouya GharahdaghiGeorge Washington University
Elizabeth CobbsGeorge Washington University
Beverly LunsfordGeorge Washington University
Ivy BenjenkGeorge Washington University
Rahul NadendlaGeorge Washington University
An HarmanliGeorge Washington University

 

Patient Preference to Participate in Shared Decision Making for Performing a CT Scan in the Emergency Department

Hamza IjazGeorge Washington University
Chloe MichelGeorge Washington University
Paige E. KullieGeorge Washington University
Lorna M. RichardsGeorge Washington University
Andrew C. MeltzerGeorge Washington University

 

ConnectER Usage: Are Physicians Comfortable Using Telemedicine for Follow Ups on Non-Visual Diagnoses?

Sameer SinghalGeorge Washington University
Waddaa RedhaGeorge Washington University
Neal SikkaGeorge Washington University

 

The Effect of Early Palliative Intervention in Patients with Sepsis: A Retrospective Review

Evan ShapiroGeorge Washington University
Rita ManfrediGeorge Washington University
Aleksandra SmithGeorge Washington University
Pouya GharahdaghiGeorge Washington University
Elizabeth CobbsGeorge Washington University
Beverly LunsfordGeorge Washington University
Ivy BenjenkGeorge Washington University
Rahul NadendiaGeorge Washington University
An HarmanliGeorge Washington University

 

Clinical and Demographic Factors Associated with Emergency Medical Services Arrival to a Pediatric Emergency Department

Allen YiuGeorge Washington University
Kristen BreslinGeorge Washington University
Joelle SimpsonGeorge Washington University
Kathleen BrownGeorge Washington University

 

Emergency Contraception Candidacy in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Natalie MandelGeorge Washington University
Gia M. BadolatoGeorge Washington University
Monika GoyalGeorge Washington University

 

Using an asynchronous learning module to augment clinical knowledge in relation to Focused Abdominal Sonography in Trauma

Christopher LawrenceGeorge Washington University
Kathleen CalabreseGeorge Washington University
Justin MoherGeorge Washington University
Joanna CohenGeorge Washington University
Keith BonifaceGeorge Washington University
Hamid ShokoohiGeorge Washington University
Alyssa AboGeorge Washington University

 

Conscious Sedation Simulation Course for Medical Providers and Its Effect on Decreasing Procedural Sedation-Related Complications in the ED

Reem AlhawasGeorge Washington University
Eussra El-MagbriGeorge Washington University
Claudia RannigerGeorge Washington University
Rita ManfrendiGeorge Washington University
Robert ShesserGeorge Washington University

 

Is Prehospital Care Supported by Evidence-Based Guidelines? An Environmental Scan and Quality Appraisal using AGREE II

Eddy LangGeorge Washington University
Christopher LeytonGeorge Washington University
Kathleen BrownGeorge Washington University
Eileen BulgarGeorge Washington University
DIana KruasGeorge Washington University
Micheal SayreGeorge Washington University
Seth TurnerGeorge Washington University

 

Videogame-Related Illness and Injury: A Review of the Literature and Predictions for Pokemon GO!

Kevin LombardiGeorge Washington University
Ali PourmandGeorge Washington University
E KuhlGeorge Washington University
F O'ConnellGeorge Washington University