Emergency Medicine Academic Programs

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American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting

The Department of Emergency Medicine has a number of academic programs. The core of these programs is our Osteopathic Emergency Medicine Residency. Founded in 2004 this four-year program has 24 resident slots (six per year), 9 core faculty positions, and has gained national recognition for research.

Julie Sanicola-Johnson DO, Tetralogy of Fallot in an

adult, 3rd place CPC winner.

Mentors: Otto Sabando DO FACOEP, Manjushree

Matadial DO FACOEP

Marianna Karounos DO, Placing a

Physician in Triage: The Effects of an

Urban ED, 2nd place winner for research

poster presentation.

Mentors: Mark Rosenberg DO FACOEP-D,

FACEP, David Adinaro MD FACEP

Anthony Catapano DO, The Utilization of CT in

Diagnosing Renal Colic Due to Utero-nephrolithiasis; is it

necessary in all cases?, 2nd place winner FOEM

research Competition and Luncheon presentation.

Mentor: Ninad Shroff MD

Otto Sabando DO FACOEP, Case of the

Vomiting Octogenarian, final diagnosis,

metformin toxicity, 1st place Faculty

Discussant CPC winner.

 

 

 Emergency Academic ProgramFellowship Program in Emergency Medicine

Recently our department entered the world of post-residency education and now offers three different fellowship opportunities. Fellows receive a competitive salary, a great clinical environment, and extensive 1 on 1 interaction with their fellowship director.

Emergency-Administrative

Emergency - Ultrasound

Emergency- EMS & Disaster

 

Research

Research is a departmental priority. Our focus is to ensure that our residents and fellows have the opportunity to generate high quality research that fulfills requirements for their graduation. All residents have 2 two-week rotations dedicated to research. To assist them the department also established the position of Research Director, David Adinaro, MD and formed an Academic Associates program.

In 2010, Dr. Kamal Kalsi, our first EMS & Disaster Fellow, received the first annual SJRMC Research Day Award for best research paper\presentation. Below is a list of recent papers and abstracts presented by members of our department:

Published Papers

Adinaro DJ, Allegra, JR, Cochrane DG, Cable G. "Anxiety-Related Visits to New Jersey Emergency Departments After September 11, 2001". J Emer Med. 2008. Vol 34,3 pg 311-314

Hansen CK, Kashani J, Ruck B, Marcus S. "Validation of Putative Substances Involved in Fatal Poisonings." Clin Tox (2008) 46:610.

Kalsi KS, Adinaro DJ. One-Call STEMI "Activation From the Emergency Department Improves Door-to-Balloon Time". The Research Beacon (FOEM). Vol 2,1. pg 7-10. Spring 2008.

Parikh, Faillace, Hamdan, Adinaro, Pruden, DeBari, Bikkina. "An emergency physician activated protocol, 'Code STEMI' reduces door-to-balloon time and length of stay of patients presenting with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction". Int J Clinical Practice. March 2009, 63, 3, 398-406.

Kalsi K, Lartey R, Maroun M. "High Frequency Users of the Emergency Department, A Descriptive Study". The Research Beacon. Spring 2010.

 

Abstract\Poster Presentations:

Riss, A, Adinaro, DJ. "An Analysis of Pre-Hospital Rapid Sequence Intubation in Paterson, NJ". Oral Abstract Presentation. 3rd Place. National ACOEP Meeting. October 2008.

Ziontz, K, Adinaro DJ. "Pain management for Pediatric ED patients". Research Poster. National ACOEP Meeting. October 2008.

Kalsi K, Lartey R, Maroun V. "High Frequency Users of the Emergency Department, A Descriptive Study". Research Paper. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Moise T, Kalsi K, Maroun V. "Patient Analysis as a Function of Mode of Arrival to the Emergency Department". Research Paper. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Davison A, Boulos N. "ED Bedside Ultrasonograpy can shorten the length of stay of patients". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Meigh M, Adinaro D. "Outcome of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival rates in Paterson, New Jersey". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Dang, H. "Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis presenting in a 36-year-old male with weakness And palpitations". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Gladstein, S. "A case of tochlear nerve palsy". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Karounos M, Gluckman W. "Brugada Syndrome: Not the Usual Suspect". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Marin A. "Fecalith associated retrocecal appendicitis presenting as vague atypical abdominal pain in a 13 year-old male". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Narang A . "Heroin skin popping leading to necrotizing fasclitis of the thigh". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Sanicola-Johnson, J. ACOEP "Unusual presentation of abdominal pain in an adult: 32 year-old female with intussusceptions". Poster Presentation. 2009 Scientific Assembly..September 2009.

Thomas J. "Ruptured globe, presenting as eye pain and decreased vision". Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly.. September 2009.

Simms. "Missed cases of pleural TB in our Emergency Department? "Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2009 Scientific Assembly. September 2009.

Kay J, Patel B, Adinaro D, Pisupati R, Sobel M. "Evaluation of Ketorolac Injection Dosing in the Emergency Department." ABSTRACT. ASHP Mid-year Conference. December 2009.

Affortunato J, Adinaro D. "Assessment of ED Capacity in the Morning Using NEDOCS Accurately Predicts Overcrowding Later in the Day" Poster Presentation. SAEM 2010 Annual Meeting. June 2010.

Karounos M, Rosenberg M, Adinaro D. "Placing a Physician in Triage: The Effects of an Urban ED, 2nd place winner for research poster presentation." Poster Presentation. ACOEP 2010 Scientific Assembly. October 2010.

Catapano A, Shroff N. "The Utilization of CT in Diagnosing Renal Colic Due to Utero-nephrolithiasis; is it necessary in all cases?" Paper Presentation. ACOEP 2010 Scientific Assembly. October 2010.

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