Presentations and Abstracts

Social Emergency Medicine

Topics

  • Social Emergency Medicine
  • Population Health Education
  • Disparities in Access to Care and Quality of Care
  • Public Health Screening
  • HIV and Hepatitis Screening in the ED
  • ED Initiated Social Interventions
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Firearm Injuries

SOCIAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Noll A, Irwin J, Madill M, Pirrotta E, Newberry J, Wang NE. Utilizing Emergency Department-based Community Partnerships to Address Social Determinants of Health. Poster presentation at the Stanford Community Health Research Forum January 2015.

Grand Rounds: “Public Health, Population Health, and Social EM” University of California, Irvine, Emergency Medicine Residency. Newberry, JA. October 2014.

Grand Rounds: “Purpose and Potential: Public Health and Population Health” University of California, Riverside, School of Medicine. Newberry, JA. October 2014.

Invited lecture: “Pediatric Trauma and Social Emergency Medicine” Bay Area EM Residency Conference. Newberry, JA., Wang NE. August 2014.

Invited lecture: “Social Determinants of Health and Advocacy in the ED” Community Health Advocacy Course, Stanford University. Newberry, JA. April 2014.

POPULATION HEALTH EDUCATION

Ho ET, Reedy A, Wang NE, Banchoff A, Braddock C, Chamberlain L, Gesundheit N. Impact of a new population health curriculum at the Stanford School of Medicine. Abstract presented to the annual American Public Health Association Annual Conference, San Diego CA October 2008.

Ho ET, Reedy A, Wang NE, Banchoff A, Braddock CH, Chamberlain L, Gesundheit N. Population health in medical school: educating future physicians using the public health paradigm. Abstract accepted to the annual American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Washington DC November 2007.

DISPARITIES IN ACCESS TO CARE AND QUALITY OF CARE

Nguyen H , Newton C, Pirrotta EA, Aguilar C, Wang NE. Disparities In Access To Rehabilitation Services Among Pediatric Trauma Patients. Poster presentation at American Association of Surgeons of Trauma annual meeting, Las Vegas, NV Sept. 2015.

Hakim IS, Newton C, Pirrotta EA, Wang NE. A Population-wide Assessment of Factors Associated with Non-operative Management of Pediatric Splenic Injury. Poster presentation at American Association of Surgeons of Trauma annual meeting, Las Vegas, NV Sept. 2015.

Vogel LD, Pirrotta E, Wang NE. A population-wide study of pediatric access to trauma centers in California, 2005-2011. Abstract presented at American College of Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA Oct 2013.

Delgado MK, Yokell M, Staudenmayer K, Spain D, Hernandez-Boussard T, Wang NE. Is being insured a risk factor for admission to a non-trauma center vs. transfer out among patients presenting with major trauma? Abstract presented as Lightning Oral Presentation in Society for Emergency Medicine Annual meeting, Dallas, TX May 2013.

Arroyo AJC, Wang NE, Saynina O, Bhattacharya J, Wise PH. The effect of non-clinical factors on Emergency Department disposition of injured children in California: 2005-2007. Abstract presented at the Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore MA May 2009.

Huffman LC, Horwitz SM, Saynina O, Wren FJ, Wang NE, Wise P. California children with mental disorder: predictors of emergency department disposition. Abstract presented at Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore MA May 2009.

Arroyo AJC, Wang NE, Saynina O, Wise PH. The influence of insurance coverage on the severity of injury-related Emergency Department visits in California children. Abstract presented to Western Academic Emergency Medicine Conference February 2009 and National Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine New Orleans LA April 2009.

Wang NE, Saynina I, Kuntz-Duriseti K, Mahlow P, Wise P. Variability in pediatric utilization of trauma facilities in California: 1999-2004. Abstract 1971. Accepted to the Western Regional Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine March 2007; Presented at American College of Emergency Physician Annual Conference, Seattle WA Oct 2007.

Wang NE, Chan J, Mahlow P, Spain D, Wise P. Trauma Center utilization for children with specific injuries stratified by injury severity score, 1998-2004. Abstract presented at the American Association of Surgeons of Trauma (AAST) Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA Sept 2006.

Wang NE, Chan J, Mahlow P, Wise P. Trauma Center utilization for children 1998-2004: Trends and areas for further analysis. Presented to Western Regional Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine January 2006 and National Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine May 2006.

Wang NE, Kiernan M, Golzari M, Gisondi M. Characteristics of pediatric patients at risk of poor Emergency Department aftercare compliance. Presented to Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, San Francisco CA May 2006.

Wang NE, van der Vlugt T, Golzari M, Gisondi M. Predictors of medication noncompliance in pediatric emergency patients. Abstract presented at Western Regional AEM Conference April 2003.

PUBLIC HEALTH SCREENING

Kanak M, Delgado MK, Wang NE. Characteristics of U.S. Emergency Departments that offer insurance linkage for uninsured patients Abstract presented at Academy Health annual research meeting, Baltimore, MA June 2013.

Yokell MA, Camargo CA, Wang NE, Delgado K. Characteristics associated with routine use of alcohol screening in United States emergency departments. Poster presentation at American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting, Denver, CO Oct 2012.

Delgado, M, Acosta C, Wang, NE, Strehlow M, Khandwala Y, West A, Ginde A, Camargo Jr C. National survey of preventive health services in United States Emergency Departments. 
 Abstract presented at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Western Regional Conference June 2009, and ACEP annual meeting, Boston MA Oct 2009.

HIV AND HEPATITIS C SCREENING IN THE ED

Anderson ES, Galbraith J, Franco R, Deering L, Pfeil S, Todorovic T, Rodgers J, Wang NE, White DAE. Cascade of Care for Emergency Department Patients Identified with Hepatitis C Virus Infection: An Evaluation of Longitudinal Outcomes. Lightning Oral Presentation at SAEM Annual Meeting, May 2016.

Anderson, Pfeil, Deering, Todorovic, Lippert, White. High-Impact Hepatitis C Virus Testing for Injection Drug Users (HIT IDU) in an Urban Emergency Department. Lightning Oral Presentation at SAEM Annual Meeting, May 2016.

White, Petti, Anderson, Pfeil, Deering, Todorovic, Trivedi. Urban Emergency Department Patients Lack General Knowledge of Hepatitis C Virus Infection. Lightning Oral Presentation at SAEM Annual Meeting, May 2016.

White DAE, Anderson ES, Pfeil SK, Todorovic T, Deering L, Trivedi TK. Influence of Hepatitis C Virus Screening on Emergency Department Length of Stay. Poster presentation at the Conference for Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections annual meeting, Boston, MA February 2016. Lightning Oral Presentation at SAEM Annual Meeting May 2016.

White DAE, Anderson ES, Pfeil SK, Trivedi TK, Alter HJ. Results of a Rapid Hepatitis C Screening and Diagnostic Testing Program in an Urban Emergency Department. Oral Presentation at National Summit on HCV and HIV Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care annual meeting, Arlington, VA June 2015. Poster Presentation at Society for Academic Emergency Medicine annual meeting San Diego, CA May, 2015. Oral Presentation at Overcoming Health Disparities in the Bay Area: Focus on HIV and HCV annual meeting, San Francisco, CA February, 2015.

Anderson ES, Pfeil SK, Madia VM, Alter HJ, White DAE. Patient Misunderstanding of HIV and Hepatitis C Testing in an Emergency Department with an Integrated Public Health Screening Program. Oral Presentation at National Summit on HCV and HIV Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care annual meeting, Arlington, VA June 2015. Poster Presentation at Society for Academic Emergency Medicine annual meeting San Diego, CA May, 2015. Oral Presentation at Overcoming Health Disparities in the Bay Area: Focus on HIV and HCV annual meeting, San Francisco, CA February, 2015.

Madia V, Pfeil SK, Anderson ES, White DAE. Nursing Staff Barriers with Implementation of a Triage-Based Public Health Screening Program in an Urban Emergency Department. Poster Presentation at Society for Academic Emergency Medicine annual meeting May, 2015. Oral Presentation at Overcoming Health Disparities in the Bay Area: Focus on HIV and HCV annual meeting, San Francisco, CA February, 2015.

ED INITIATED SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS

Newberry, JA. “Expanding Medical-Legal Partnership Capacity – Integrating Patient Navigation and Resource Connections.” National Medical-Legal Partnership Summit, McLean, Virginia. Accepted Workshop May 2015.

Newberry, JA. “Health Advocacy Programs in the Emergency Department: Expanding the Reach and Capacity of Medical-Legal Partnerships.” Equal Justice Conference, American Bar Association. Workshop April 2015.

Newberry, JA. “Medical-Legal Partnerships and the Unique Social Needs of Emergency Department Frequent Users” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting. Invited Plenary Lecture February 2015.

Newberry, JA. Pirrotta E, Vongsachang H, Cordero C, Hsieh D. “ED-Based Medical-Legal Partnerships: A New Frontier.” Poster presentation at National Medical-Legal Partnership Summit, Seattle, WA April 2014.

Newberry, JA. “Social Deprivation and Emergency Medicine” SAEM Western Regional Meeting. New Speakers Forum, March 2014. Won Outstanding New Speaker award.

Newberry, JA. “Intersection of Elder Law and Health.” Invited lecture, Santa Clara University School of Law. October 2013.

Chen F, Newberry J, Pirrotta E, Wang E. Identifying and Addressing the Unique Social Needs of High Frequency Emergency Department Users. Abstract accepted as Lightning Oral Presentation in Society for Emergency Medicine Mid-Atlantic regional meeting, Washington DC February 2015; Abstract accepted as Lightning Oral Presentation in Society for Emergency Medicine Western regional meeting, Tuscon, AZ March 2015; Abstract accepted as Oral Presentation in Society for National Society of Emergency Medicine annual meeting, San Diego, CA May 2015.

Newberry JA, Vongsachang H, Cordero C, Pirrotta E, Heymach B, Walker R, Wang NE. Prevalence of Social Resource and Legal Assistance Needs in the ED and the Relationship to ED Utilization. Abstract presented at American College of Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL Oct 2014.

Kanak M, Pirrotta E, Rutman L, Wang NE. Does linkage to public health insurance lead to insurance retention and health care utilization? Evaluation of an Emergency Department-based health insurance enrollment program for children. Poster presentation at Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting, Washington DC May 2013.

Rodriguez E, Austria D, Perlroth D, Becker E, Wang NE, Landau M. School nurses’ role in asthma management, school absenteeism, and cost savings: a demonstration project. Podium presentation at 140th APHA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA October 2012.

Rutman LE, Giammona M, Dibble C, Bermudez M, Shih V, Wang NE. Emergency Department-based health insurance enrollment for kids: does site of enrollment impact retention and utilization? Abstract presented at the 2010 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 2010.

VULNERABLE POPULATIONS

Vogel L, Wang NE. Giving Voice to Rural Women: A mobile-based healthcare utilization assessment in Malawi. Abstract presented to the Stanford 13th Annual Community Health Symposium, PA, CA January 2015.

Yokell MA, Green TC, Zaller ND, Wang NE, McGowan SK, Delgado MK. A National Estimate of Opioid Overdose Presentations to US Emergency Departments: Implications for Public Health and Public Policy Planning. Podium presentation to Academy Health National Conference, San Diego, CA June 2014.

Yokell MA, Zaller ND, Delgado MK, Wang NE, McGowan SK, Green TC. Clinical and demographic characteristics associated with opioid overdose visits to United States emergency departments. Abstract presented at American College of Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA Oct 2013.

Grace AM, Lippert S, Collins K, Pineda N, Tolani A, Walker R, Jeong M, Trounce MB, Martinez J, Dotzler J, Vanek J, and Chamberlain L. “Human Trafficking and Health Care.” Poster Presentation as Anne E. Dyson Award Recipient, American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, Boston, MA. October 15, 2011.

FIREARM INJURIES

Fahimi J, Larimer E, Hamud-Ahmed W, Anderson ES, Schnorr D, Yen I, Alter HJ. Gun Violence in an Alameda County Hospital System: A Five Year Mortality Analysis. Oral Presentation at Society for Academic Emergency Medicine annual meeting San Diego, CA May, 2015.


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