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19:30 EDT 18th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Hospital Orientation Since SAMU Regulation Centre Call

Specify the association between clinical criteria transmitted by non-medical emergency services to the regulation of the SAMU centre call in patients with suspected sepsis and their hospital orientation: emergency department or intensive care unit


Analysis of In-hospital Emergency Team Calls in a German Tertiary Care University Hospital From 2013 to 2016

A retrospective analysis of 1,664 emergency forms from MET activities, ranging from January 2013 to December 2016. Every MET activation call via the emergency telephone number ("5555") and following emergency treatment was recorded by a standardized documentation form.

Tools Development for Geriatric Emergency Regulation

According to surveys, 13% to 20% of the Service Médical d'Urgence (SAMU) centre 15 (French 911) calls concern elderly patients above 75 years of age. For these patients, the clinical pathway should be decided on the basis of the symptomatology described during the call, but also with the gathering of specific data such as medical social and psychological evaluation. These items allow the regulating doctor to assess comorbidity, on-going treatment, psycho-cognitive status, prev...


Social Inequalities in Emergency Call and Emergency Response Patterns

Background: Inequality in access to healthcare is a challenge internationally. Despite that medical emergency calls can be considered as access point to pre-hospital emergency care and hospital admission in emergency situations, no data on inequality in access to healthcare through emergency calls is reported in the international literature. Study aims: The aim of this study is two-fold: 1. to evaluate the association between socio-economic characteristics of ...

Evaluation of Radiology Resident Anxiety When Beginning Emergency Room (ER) Call

The purpose of this study is to quantify levels of resident anxiety under the current system (take call alone) and compare results to a modified system.

Effect of Brief-tele Support on Attendance at Physiotherapy Sessions

Patients on the waiting list for physiotherapy treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction will be randomly divided into three groups: - a group that gets a telephone call before their invitation letter is sent. - a group that gets a telephone call after their invitation letter is sent. - a group that does not receive a telephone call. The phone call is a brief 5-10 minute call, which will be semi-structured. It will remind the patient of their appointment time, i...

Post-Discharge Follow-Up Phone Call by a Pharmacist and Impact on Patient Care

The purpose is to analyze whether a follow-up telephone call by a pharmacist after patient discharge from the hospital can improve patient outcomes. Patients will be interviewed via telephone within 72 hours of being discharged home from the hospital. Patients will be questioned on three main topics. They are: 1. Medical care 2. Medications 3. Follow-up appointments The purpose is to find out if people understand discharge medications, have obtained tho...

Impact of an Allied Health Team in the Emergency Department on Older Adults' Care

The study aims to examine the impact of implementing a dedicated team of Health and Social Care Professionals (HSCPs) in the emergency department (ED) of a large Irish hospital on the quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of care for older adults (aged ≥65). Early assessment and intervention provided by the HSCP team will be compared to routine ED care to explore potential benefits related to key ED outcomes, including length of stay as well as hospital admissions and patien...

Impact of a Decision Aid on Patient Decision Making in Emergency Department Chest Pain Patients

We are doing a study to assess the impact of including patients in making decision regarding their own medical care in the emergency department. We will randomly assign them to either receive a decision aid or usual care. In doing this, we aim to increase patient satisfaction and safely decrease medical cost.

Testing the Efficacy of a Post-discharge Call Program on the Rate of Readmission

NYU Langone Health patients receive a call from a clinical care coordinator after they are discharged from the hospital (within 1-3 days). The current study is testing the efficacy of this program.

Inhaled Steroids at Discharge After Emergency Department Visits for Children With Uncontrolled Asthma

Many children have asthma and this causes problems with their health. A lot of children with uncontrolled asthma use emergency departments for asthma care, and so this is an ideal place for an intervention for these children. One intervention is prescribing inhaled steroids to children with uncontrolled asthma, but currently this is rarely done in the emergency department. Inhaled steroids have been shown to be good at making children better long-term when they have uncontro...

Multi-tasking to Hyper-tasking: Investigating the Impact of Next Generation 911

Emergency call centers across the country are preparing for the Next Generation 911 (NG911) initiative, which will allow citizens to place 9-1-1 "calls" using digital technologies such as text messaging, email, Skype or instant messaging, and will expand emergency information sources to also include streaming video, photo uploads, and automatic crash notifications. The impact of these new information and communication technologies on those tasked with using them in time-sensiti...

Impact of Mobile Text Messaging on Follow Up Rates After Discharge From the Pediatric Emergency Department

To compare the effectiveness of text message versus voice call as a method of contact for providing results of diagnostic tests and assuring ongoing care from the pediatric emergency department.

Referred vs Spontaneous Visits at Pediatric ER: an Outcome Study

Since 80's, admissions in Emergency medical services increase regularly. Children represents 30% of the patients in Emergency medical Service. Only 20% of admissions are hospitalized and only 3 % need emergency care. Consequences are team's exhaustion, a reduction of healthcare quality, a slowdown in emergency care. Investigator decided to realize an epidemiologic prospective study in Emergency medical and surgical Pediatric Service in Strasbourg Teaching Hospital to compare c...

Using Rapid Cycle Randomized Controlled Trials to Increase Patient Engagement in the Annual Well Visits Program

NYU Langone Health calls patients to remind them to schedule their annual well-health appointments (including annual well visit, mammograms, etc.). The proposed study will test different iterations of the call script with the goal of increasing call completion rate and the number of scheduled appointments within an appropriate timeframe.

Assisting in Decisions in Emergency Departments: (ED-AID) Study

Limiting access to a firearms during suicidal crisis can save lives. This study will test a patient decision aid about safe firearm storage during crisis. The investigators will enroll 60 adult emergency department patients being evaluated for suicidal risk and have at least one firearm at home. If available, the investigators will also enroll a family member or friend. Participants will randomly receive one of two things: the decision aid or general suicide prevention informat...

EQUIP Emergency: Promoting Health Equity for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People in Emergency Departments

Emergency Departments (EDs) in Canada often operate over-capacity and are under significant pressures. In this environment, particular groups of people experience inadequate and inequitable treatment in EDs, including Indigenous people, racialized newcomers, people with mental illnesses, those living in unstable housing or facing homelessness, experiencing interpersonal violence or using substances, and people involved in sex work. Stigma and discrimination in health care deter...

ReDIAL: A Telephone Brief Intervention for Injured Emergency Department Patients

The goal of this study is to reduce impaired driving, risky driving and alcohol-related negative consequences among injured emergency department (ED) patients through a telephone brief intervention. This study will allow researchers to test a novel method of brief intervention that has the potential to be convenient and efficient mechanism to deliver an intervention to an at-risk population. Eligible patients will be consented in the ED, will receive an assessment and then wi...

Art Therapy Pain Management Adolescents Pediatric ED

This project is studying adolescents between the ages of 12 to 18 years that come to the emergency department and are in pain. We want to find out how well art therapy is able to decrease the pain they are experiencing. Art therapy will involve making art and working with an art therapist to find new ways of expressing thoughts and feelings through art making. In adolescents presenting to the emergency department with a painful condition, our aims are as follows: Aim #1...

Pilot Project: Community Health Assessment Program Through Emergency Medical Services

Older adults living in subsidized housing report poorer health. Their low income and age make it harder for them to use community services. Many older adults have heart disease and diabetes, which lead to frequent emergency calls and hospital admissions. To decrease the costs of treating heart disease and diabetes through emergency and hospitalization, improved screening and health education is needed. The Community Health Assessment Program through Emergency Medical Services (...

Evaluating an Intervention to Increase Use of Call Centre Support for Self-managed Medical Abortion

Self-management of medical abortion (MA) pills purchased from pharmacies is considered to be one of the reasons behind falling morbidity and mortality from unsafe abortion in recent years. While pharmacy workers commonly sell MA medications over the counter, they have inadequate knowledge about how women should take the medications and their potential complications, and do not offer adequate information and counselling to women buying the drugs. This study aims to evaluate if a...

Geography of ED Use and Population Health

The goal of this study is to create predictive models of emergency care and metrics for population health that can be used to analyze how events like hospital closures or disasters like Hurricane Sandy affect health care utilization by patients in specific populations or geographic regions. Additionally, it will allow the development of metrics for population health that can act as surveillance mechanisms to measure disease prevalence and identify patterns in emergency departme...

Oscar Health Patient Pings

Oscar spends a significant amount of money every year on high cost high need individuals. With this increase in health care spending, Oscar Health is looking to expand care post emergency room and inpatient utilization for their members. In order to reduce hospital readmissions, reduce emergency room utilization, and increase the overall health of their members, Oscar is investing in a program to bring members better care through increased engagement with their primary care phy...

Evaluating a Knowledge Translation Tool for Parents

Diarrhea and vomiting in children is a common reason to visit the emergency department. There has been a lot of research on how best to treat children with diarrhea and vomiting who visit the emergency department; however, the care children receive varies by healthcare provider and across hospitals. Additionally, there are things parents can do at home to help manage childhood diarrhea and vomiting and potentially avoid a trip to the emergency department. This shows an urgent n...

Shared Decision Making to Improve Goals of Care in the ED

This project will develop and refine a shared decision making (SDM) intervention (decision aid tool) to improve and normalize high quality end of life discussions in the Emergency Department (ED) setting.


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