Emergency Medicine

Publications - Center for Emergency Care Policy & Research

Smith RJ, Kilaru AS, Perrone J, Paciotti B, Barg FK, Gadsden SM, Meisel ZF.: How, Why and for Whom Do Emergency Medicine Providers Use Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs? Pain Medication February 2015.

Hoppe JA, Nelson LS, Perrone J, Weiner SG, : Prescribing Opioids Safely in the Emergency Department (POSED) Study Investigators; Opioids prescribing in a Cross Section of US Emergency Departments. Annals of Emergency Medicine April 2015

Katz AZ, Grossestreuer AV, Gaieski DF, Abella BS, Kumar V, Perrone J.: Outcomes of Patients Resuscitated from Cardiac Arrest in the Setting of Drug Overdose. Resuscitation June 2015.

Scott K, Nelson LS, Meisel Z, Perrone J. : Opportunities for Exploring and Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse Through Social Media. Journal of Addictive Diseases 34: 178-84, 2015

Shutler L, Nelson LS, Portelli I, Blachford C, Perrone J: Drug Use in the Twittesphere: A Qualitative Contextual Analysis of Tweets About Prescription Drugs. Journal of Addictive Diseases 34: 303-10, 2015.

Poon SJ, Nelson LS, Hoppe JA, Perrone J, Sande MK, Yealy DM, Beeson MS, Todd KH, Motov SM, Weiner SG.: Consensus- Based Recommendations for an Emergency Medicine Pain Management Curriculum. Journal of Emergency Medicine 51(2): 147-54, Aug 2016

Mazer-Amirshahi M, Sun C, Mullins P, Perrone J, Nelson L, Pines JM.: Trends in Emergency Department Resource Utilization for Poisoning-Related Visits, 2003-2011. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 12(3): 248-54, Sep 2016

Pomerleau AC, Perrone J, Hoppe JA, Salzman M, Weiss PS, Nelson LS : Impact of Prior Therapeutic Opioid Use by Emergency Providers on Opioid Prescribing Decisions West Journal of Emergency Medicine 17(6), Nov 2016.

Mazer- Amirshahi M, Mullins PM, Sun C , Pines JM, Nelson LS , Perrone J: Trends in Opioid Analgesic Use in Encounters Involving Physician Trainees in U.S. Emergency Departments. Pain Medicine Journal 17(12): 2389-2396, Dec 2016.

Meisel ZF, Metaly JP, Sinnenberg L, Kilaru AS, Grossestreuer A, Barg FK, Shofer FS, Rhodes KV, Perrone J: A Randomized Trial Testing the Effect of Narrative Vignettes Versus Guideline Summaries on Provider Response to a Professional Organization Clinical Policy for Safe Opioid Prescribing. Annals of Emergency Medicine 68(6): 719-728, Dec 2016.

Wightman RS, Perrone J, Erowid F, Erowid E, Meisel ZF, Nelson LS : Comparative Analysis of Opioid Queries on Erowid.org: An opportunity to Advance Harm Reduction. Substance Use & Misuse Journal 10: 1-5, Apr 2017

Pomerleau AC, Nelson LS, Hoppe JA, Salzman M, Weiss PS, Perrone J: The Impact of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Prescribing Guidelines on Emergency Department Opioid Prescribing: A Multi-Center Survey. Pain Medicine Journal 18(5): 889-897, May 2017

Polsky, Daniel, Michael Richards, Simon Basseyn, Douglas Wissoker, Genevieve M. Kenney, Stephen Zuckerman, and Karin V. Rhodes. Appointment Availability after Increases in Medicaid Payments for Primary Care. New England Journal of Medicine N Engl J Med 372.6 (2015): 537-45. Web. (55.87)

Rhodes, Karin V., Melissa Rodgers, Marilyn Sommers, Alexandra Hanlon, Jesse Chittams, Andrea Doyle, Elizabeth Datner, and Paul Crits-Christoph. Brief Motivational Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence and Heavy Drinking in the Emergency Department. Jama 314.5 (2015): 466. Web. (35.29)

Merchant, R. M. Public Report Cards for In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Empowering the Public With Location-Specific Data. Circulation 131.16 (2015): 1377-379. Web. (14.43)

Yokell, Michael A., M. Kit Delgado, Nickolas D. Zaller, N. Ewen Wang, Samuel K. Mcgowan, and Traci Craig Green. Presentation of Prescription and Nonprescription Opioid Overdoses to US Emergency Departments. JAMA Internal Medicine JAMA Intern Med 174.12 (2014): 2034. Web. (13.12)

Smith, Robert J., and Raina M. Merchant. Harnessing the Crowd to Accelerate Molecular Medicine Research. Trends in Molecular Medicine 21.7 (2015): 403-05. Web. (9.45)

Asch, David A., Daniel J. Rader, and Raina M. Merchant. Mining the Social Mediome. Trends in Molecular Medicine 21.9 (2015): 528-29. Web. (9.45)

Smith, Robert J., Karin Rhodes, Breah Paciotti, Sheila Kelly, Jeanmarie Perrone, and Zachary F. Meisel. Patient Perspectives of Acute Pain Management in the Era of the Opioid Epidemic. Annals of Emergency Medicine 66.3 (2015): n. pag. Web. (4.68)

Kilaru, Austin S., Zachary F. Meisel, Breah Paciotti, Yoonhee P. Ha, Robert J. Smith, Benjamin L. Ranard, and Raina M. Merchant. What Do Patients Say about Emergency Departments in Online Reviews? A Qualitative Study. BMJ Qual Saf BMJ Quality & Safety (2015): n. pag. Web. (3.99)

Vonholtz, L., Hypolite, K., Carr, B., Shofer, F., Winston, F., Hanson, C., & Merchant, R. (2015). Use of Mobile Apps: A Patient-centered Approach. Acad Emerg Med Academic Emergency Medicine, 765-768. (2.01)

Delgado, M. Kit, and Zachary F. Meisel. Harnessing the Power of Administrative Data for Measuring the Regionalization of Emergency Care. Acad Emerg Med Academic Emergency Medicine 22.2 (2015): 221-23. Web. (2.01)

Cheung, Brian H., M. Kit Delgado, and Kristan L. Staudenmayer. Patient and Trauma Center Characteristics Associated With Helicopter Emergency Medical Services Transport for Patients With Minor Injuries in the United States. Acad Emerg Med Academic Emergency Medicine 21.11 (2014): 1232-239. Web. (2.01)

Ranney, Megan L., Zachary F. Meisel, Esther K. Choo, Aris C. Garro, Comilla Sasson, and Kate Morrow Guthrie. Interview-based Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part II: Data Collection, Analysis and Results Reporting. Acad Emerg Med Academic Emergency Medicine 22.9 (2015): 1103-112. Web. (2.01)

Choo, Esther K., Aris C. Garro, Megan L. Ranney, Zachary F. Meisel, and Kate Morrow Guthrie. Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part I: Research Principles and Common Applications. Acad Emerg Med Academic Emergency Medicine 22.9 (2015): 1096-102. Web. (2.01)

Marin, J., Shofer, F., Chang, I., & Mills, A. (n.d.). Adherence to a clinical decision policy for head computed tomography in adult mild traumatic brain injury. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 299-300. (1.27)