Refreshment Break on Exhibit Floor & Poster Viewing

June 7, 2016

10:30  –  11:00
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View these posters during the refreshment break.

ID NumberTitlePresenter
P008
Addressing chronic pain and problematic substance use of opioids in the emergency department. Can a comprehensive framework for care work?
Maureen Allen
P040
Development of a categorization tool for delayed hemothoraces in patients with closed minor thoracic trauma.
Doug Eramian
P071Emergency physician attitudes and perceived barriers to take-home naloxone programs in Canadian emergency departmentsLauren Lacroix
P072Using the Bergman-Paris Question to detect ED seniors' cognitive impairment and functional statusAntoine Laguë
P073Feasibility of Emergency Department Targeted Ultrasound for Rib Fracture Diagnosis in Minor Thoracic InjuryElizabeth Lalande
P074Impact of wearing a helmet on the risk of hospitalization after a sport injuryNatalie Le Sage
P075Impact of pit-crew CPR following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in SaskatoonAndrew Leach
P076Delirium Prevention in the Emergency Department Using Regional Anesthesia With Ultrasound Guidance in the Elderly Population With Hip Fracture : A Pilot StudyPierre-Alexandre LeBlanc
P077Subcutaneous fentanyl administration for pain management in pre-hospital settingJohann Lebon
P078Handover education in Canadian adult and pediatric Emergency Medicine residencies: a national survey and needs assessmentPatricia Lee
P079Comparison of vital sign documentation for pre-hospital "lift-assist" calls and non "lift-assist" callsLauren Leggatt
P080Factors predicting morbidity and mortality associated with pre-hospital “lift assist” callsLauren Leggatt
P081Adaptation of DECISION+, a training program in shared decision making on the use of antibiotics for acute respiratory infections in primary care, to the context of Emergency Department: a mixed methods studyJean-Simon Létourneau
P082Correlation between serum and blood gas A review on the accuracy of electrolyte readings obtained blood gases.Jeffrey Lindgren
P083Why do older adults in assisted living facilities use the emergency department: Are all these visits necessary?Evan Losier
P084Waiting makes me sick: Is it time for formal triage in primary care?Jacqueline MacKay
P085A Low-cost solution to high-risk problem: Enhancing communication of Emergency Physician x-ray interpretations to reading RadiologistDavid MacKinnon
P086Accuracy of the Ottawa ankle rules when applied by allied health providers in a pediatric emergency departmentJoe MacLellan
P087Overview of Reviews: Relevant Treatment Modalities for Management of Low Back Pain In the Emergency DepartmentKirk Magee
P088British Columbia emergency practitioner workforce and training surveyJulian Marsden
P089Frequency of Substance Abuse in Albertan Emergency Departments: A retrospective NACRS analysisJessica Moe
P090Comparing Patients Who Leave the Emergency Department Prematurely, Before Versus After Medical Evaluation: A NHAMCS analysisJessica Moe
P091Anaphylaxis: Epidemiology and treatment in a Canadian emergency departmentJudy Morris
P092Clinical performance feedback to paramedics: what they receive and what they need.Laura Morrison
P093The Effect of Alberta's New Impaired Driving Legislation on Motor Vehicle Related TraumaBrenda Nakashima
P094The frequency of stroke risk assessment tools used to assess patients presenting to the emergency department with atrial fibrillation and flutter.Taylor Nikel
P095Who, what, where: A critical assessment of helicopter emergency medical services transport and transfer times on patient outcomes at two level 1 trauma centresBrodie Nolan
P096#Hospitalselfie: a review of implications and recommendations on patients making video recordings in hospitalBrodie Nolan
P097Evaluation of an oral Morphine Protocol for Treatment of Acute Pain Crisis in Sickle Cell Patients in the Outpatient SettingEvelyne D. Trottier
P098Development and evaluation of a mobile simulation lab with acute care telemedicine support.Michael Parsons
P099Development and qualitative evaluation of an emergency medicine simulation book to facilitate the use of simulation for our local EM programMichael Parsons
P101Needs assessment study for the inter-professional procedural sedation course: methods of adult procedural sedation (MAPS)Sev Perelman
P102TeamSTEPPS: Promoting a culture of safetyAaron Webb
P103Emergency medicine as a career choice: what influences medical students throughout their schooling?Kiersten Pianosi
P104Literature review of telemedicine for trauma patients in rural areasAlexia Pichard-Jolicoeur
P105Patient Outcome Feedback in Emergency MedicineFiona Pinto
P106Healthcare utilization among homeless and/or substance using adults presenting to the ED.Vishal Puri
P107Does the use of bedside ultrasound to identify intrauterine pregnancy in the emergency department shorten the length of stay of patients presenting with 1st trimester vaginal bleeding or pelvic pain?Mayoorendra Ravichandiran
P109Identifying patients who may benefit from extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) after cardiac arrest in the urban emergency departments of SaskatchewanPaul Robinson
P110Relapse in patients managed in the Emergency Department for acute asthma: a systematic review.Brian Rowe
P111Presentations for Hypoglycemia Associated with Diabetes Mellitus to Emergency Departments in a Canadian Province: A Database and Epidemiological AnalysisBrian Rowe
P112Cost of Hypoglycemia Associated with Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review of the LiteratureBrian Rowe
P113Presentations for Hypoglycemia Associated with Diabetes Mellitus to Emergency Departments in a Canadian Province: A Database and Cost AnalysisBrian Rowe
P114Considering perceptions of patients and knowledge users in the design of an emergency-based acute asthma educational trialBrian Rowe
P115An analysis of current and forecasted patient visits to Ontario's emergency departments and its effect on hospital admissionsDavid Savage
P116An analysis of pediatric visits to a tertiary care centre in Northern Ontario, CanadaDavid Savage
P117Does an age-adjusted D-dimer threshold provide adequate sensitivity in ED patients investigated for pulmonary embolism?Kevin Senior
P118The utility of serum markers for diagnosing septic arthritis in the emergency department: Do rigid cut-offs improve diagnostic characteristics?Brett Shaw
P119B-mode Point-of-Care Ultrasound without Doppler may help include or exclude significant carotid stenosis in stroke and transient ischemic attack patients - A prospective pilot studyRobert Simard
P120Exploring the utility of the Hamilton Early Warning Score at triage: Pilot study in a Canadian emergency departmentSteven Skitch
P121Does test-enhanced learning improve success rates of ultrasound-guided peripheral intravenous insertion? A randomized-controlled trialAdam Slomer
P122The use of decision support tools in the implementation of the Pre-hospital Canadian Triage Acuity Score (Pre-CTAS).Katherine Smith
P123Missed Fractures on Radiographs in a Pediatric Emergency DepartmentJennifer Smith
P124The Ottawa Chest Pain Rule would increase stretcher capacity if implemented for cardiac chest pain patients.Marc Sonntag
P126Analysis of acute pain management in the emergency department of a large private hospital in Cape Town, South AfricaMelanie Stander
P127Use of nt-probnp biomarker amongst cardiologists and emergency physicians to diagnose acute heart failure in the undifferentiated dyspneic emergency patientBrian Steinhart
P128Patterns of injurious falls on snow and ice in public pedestrian areas.Jordan Sugie
P129The impact of high performance physician training on resident wellness and clinical performancePeter Sytnik
P130Incidence and characteristics of ventricular fibrillation in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction in a suburban pre-hospital settingAlain Tanguay
P131Emergency department falls risk management screening tool comparisonRhonda Tomlinson
P132Developing and piloting a nurse initiated falls risk screening tool in the emergencyRhonda Tomlinson
P133Characterizing how Institutionalized and Community-Dwelling Elderly Patients use Emergency Department Services in Regina, SaskatchewanSachin Trivedi
P134Evaluating Barriers To Clinical Decision Rule Integration: A Qualitative AnalysisDrayton Trumble
P135Canadian emergency medicine residents' training and competency in end-of-life care: A needs assessment.Christian Turner
P136A quality improvement initiative to optimize appropriate testing for venous thromboembolism in the emergency departmentSamuel Vaillancourt
P137Emergency department discharge information sheets - a prescription for success?Stephanie VandenBerg
P138The Family Medicine Obstetrical Ultrasound (FaMOUS) course: A model for training office-based family physicians in first trimester point of care ultrasound.Catherine Varner
P139Procedural Sedation by Advanced Care Paramedics for Emergency GI EndoscopyHana Wiemer
P140Emergency department decision-making for incapacitated and unrepresented patients: a comprehensive review of the literatureJacqueline Willinsky
P141Limited variation in diagnostic imaging use among emergency department physiciansHannah Wong
P142The Anticoagulated Trauma Patient: A Canadian Experience in the Era of Direct Oral AnticoagulantsBrendan Wood
P143Retrospective review of microbiology results in adult patients presenting to the emergency department with acute epididymitisJames Worrall
P144Sentinel visits in emergency department patients with diabetes mellitus as a warning sign for hyperglycemic emergenciesJustin Yan
P145HIV Point of Care Testing by Community Paramedics in a Vulnerable Population: A Pilot StudyHelen Yaworski
P146Designing better continuing education for rural emergency physiciansMarianne Yeung
P147International Scope Of Emergency Ultrasound: Barriers To Utilizing Ultrasound To Guide Central Venous Catheter Placement By Providers In KenyaFareen Zaver