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Current Investigator-Initiated Research

Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Patients Diagnosed with Benzodiazepine Withdrawal

Coaches' Perception in Academic Learning Societies

Coaching the High Performing Student to Excel

Defining the Coaches' Role in Academic Coaching

Does Past Benzodiazepine Dosing Predict Future Needs in Repeat Acute Ethanol Withdrawal?

Implications of Cultures Before vs. After First Antimicrobial Dose in Septic Patiensts (CX-FAD Study)
  • Vicent Cascone, PharmD; Rose Cohen, PharmD; Nicholas Dodson, PharmD; Chad Cannon, MD

Incidence of Bacteremia on Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Retrospective Study

Lactate as a Predictor of Mortality in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department with Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage
  • Chad Cannon, MD; Bryan Imhoff, MD; Seth Atchison, MD; Nicholas Dodson, PharmD; Kelly Howe, RN; Alexandria Larson, DO; Brandon Ricke, MD; Evan Slanczka, DO; Edric Wong, PharmD

Predicting Mortality Using Serum Lactate Levels and Age

Results and Utility of Methanol and Ethylene Glycol Levels Reported to a Poison Control Center

Surveillance of Novel Psychoactive Substance Intoxications Using Enhanced High Resolution Mass Spectrometry-Based Drug Screening and Confirmation

Students' Perception in Academic Learning Societies

Systematic Review of Age Adjusted D-Dimer

Time to Pee:  A Retrospective Review of Urinalysis and Point-of-Care Urine Pregnancy Testing Time-to-Collection and Time-to-Result in Relation to ER Turn-Around-Time

Thorazine Use in the ED

Willingness of Baby Boomers to be Screened for Hepatitis C in the Emergency Department
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