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CURRICULUM VITAE David A. Jerrard, M.D. Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine Date October 2007 Personal Information Business Address Department of Emergency Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine 110 South Paca Street, Sixth Floor, Suite 200 Baltimore, Maryland 21201 Phone Number 410-328-8025 Fax Number 410-328-8028 E-mail djerrard@smail.umaryland.edu Education 1981 1986

B.S., Loyola College M.D., Georgetown University

Postgraduate Education 1986 – 1989 University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Postgraduate Medical Experience 1981 – 1983 Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 1983 – 1984 Phlebotomist, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C. 1987 – 1989 Flight physician for Angel 1 and Angel 4, helicopter and fixedwing aeromedical transport, respectively. Approximately 200 flights, 1987 – 1989. Transport population consisted primarily of trauma victims from accident scenes and cardiac patients for interhospital transport. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1987 – 1989 Medical command physician for the city of Pittsburgh. This position involved giving medical orders over the radio to paramedic personnel throughout the city and responding to cardiac arrests, HAZMAT situations, trauma such as accident entrapments, shootings, stabbings, and fires. 1987 – 1989 Stadium Physician, University of Pittsburgh Panthers Football 1987 – 1989 Stadium Physician, Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Pirates)


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Postgraduate Medical Experience (continued) 1994 – present Stadium Physician, Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Orioles) 1995 Medical Support for Papal Visit, Baltimore, Maryland 1996 Stadium Physician, Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Ravens) 1998 Stadium Physician, PSI Net Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Ravens) 2000 Stadium Physician, Army-Navy Game, Baltimore, Maryland 2002 Stadium Physician, Notre Dame-Navy Game, Baltimore, Maryland 2002 United States Air Force Disaster Preparedness Training Program. Mass casualty triage, chemical agent identification, decontamination. Certification 1987 1987 1991 1992

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Advanced Trauma Life Support Certified Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians

Licensure Maryland, Pennsylvania Major Research Interests Toxicology, Pre-Hospital Care, Asthma Military Service 1990 1990 1991 1997 2003 2004

DCO School, Pensacola, Florida Lieutenant, USNR, MC Lieutenant Commander, USNR, MC Commander, USNR, MC Deployment for Operation Noble Eagle, Portsmouth, Virginia, March 8 – June 23, 2003 Captain, USNR, MC

Employment History Faculty Appointments 7/89 – 6/91 Instructor, Departments of Surgery and Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 7/91 – 6/96 Assistant Professor, Departments of Surgery and Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland


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Employment History (continued) 7/96 – present Associate Professor, Departments of Surgery and Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 2006 Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland Clinical Staff, Emergency Department, University of Maryland Hospital, Baltimore Veterans Administration Hospital, Washington County Hospital Major Academic Tasks 1989 – present Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course Director University of Maryland Medical Center 7/90 – 7/97 Chairperson, Education Committee, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 7/91 – 6/97 Associate Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 7/91 – present Research Committee, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 7/95 – present Program Director, Combined Pediatrics/Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 1996 – 1997 Director, Quality Assurance University of Maryland Emergency Department 1997 Director, Quality Assurance Baltimore VA Hospital, Emergency Department 1999 Faculty Preceptor, Emergency Medicine, 5th Hour Conference 2000 Education Committee, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 2001 Director of Morbidity and Mortality Conference, University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency 2002 Co-Director (Instructor) of Airway Course at University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency. Course given to faculty and residents detailing airway adjuncts and rescue devices in the difficult airway scenario. 2002 Emergency Medicine Scholarly Project Review Committee 2003 Faculty Preceptor, Faculty Development, University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency 2003 Abstract Reviewer, Mid Atlantic Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Meeting, Washington, D.C. 2003 Moderator, Oral Presentations, Mid-Atlantic Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Meeting, Washington, D.C.


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Major Academic Tasks (continued) 2005 Faculty Development Committee, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2005 Didactic Subcommittee, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2005 – 2006 Event Organizer, “Transition from Associate to Full Professor,” SAEM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, May 20, 2006 2006 Academic Development/Teaching Elective, University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency (Faculty) Nov. 3, 2006 Moderator (Oral Presentations), Respiratory Infectious Disease. Mid-Atlantic SAEM Regional Research Meeting, Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC Nov. 2006 Abstract Reviewer, Mid-Atlantic SAEM Regional Meeting, Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC Administrative Tasks 1997 Associate Chief, Emergency Medical Services Emergency Department, VA Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Clinical Director, Emergency Medical Services Emergency Department, VA Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 2006 Board of Directors, Emergency Medicine Picture Archiving and Communication System (EMPACS) 2006 Emergency Department Representative, Group Alliance D2B (Door to Balloon) Work Group 2007 Mentor, Group Alliance D2B Work Group Editorial Tasks 1993 Reviewer for Southern Medical Journal 1993 Reviewer for American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1997 Reviewer for Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000 Reviewer for Journal of Critical Illness 2002 Reviewer for Annals of Emergency Medicine 2006 Section Editor on “Mammalian Bites,” British Medical Journal (Clinical Evidence) 2006 Section Editor, “Clinical Laboratory in Emergency Medicine,” Journal of Emergency Medicine 2006 Editorial Board, Journal of Emergency Medicine 2007 Reviewer for British Medical Journal “Point of Care”: Animal Bites, October 2007


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Professional Memberships 1989 American College of Emergency Physicians 1990 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Honors and Awards 1979 All Metro American Legion Baseball Pitcher, Summer 1979, Baltimore, Maryland 1979 – 1981 Treasurer, Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society 1981 Cum Laude, Loyola College 1991 Marksman, Pistol Range, Naval Aviation Officers School Command, Pensacola, Florida 1991 National Defense Medal - Active Duty Service at Naval Aviation Officers Schools Command, Pensacola, Florida 1994 Outstanding Attending” Teaching Award University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residents 1994 Bethesda 306, Exemplary Medical Unit in Red Com 6 1997 Naval Reserve Services Award 1997 Outstanding Attending Teaching Award University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residents 1997 Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal 1998 Outstanding Attending Teaching Award University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residents 2001 Golden Apple Teaching Award, Fifth Hour Conference University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency 2002 Outstanding Attending Teaching Award University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residents 2003 Meritorious Unit Commendation Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom 2003 Commendation for Active Duty Service, Operation Iraqi Freedom, University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency 2006 “List of Reviewers,” Journal of Emergency Medicine, December 2005 2006 “Guide to America’s Top Emergency Medicine Physicians” 2007 “Outstanding Mentoring Award,” University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency Committee Activities 1991 – present Graduate Medical Education Committee, University of Maryland School of Medicine 1991 – present Council of Residency Directors, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine 1994 – present University of Maryland School of Medicine, Applicant Interviewer


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Committee Activities (continued) 1996 Credentials Committee, University of Maryland Medical System 1997 Emergency Department Discharge Planning Committee, University of Maryland Medical System 1997 Safety Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Emergency Preparedness Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Urgent Care Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Conscious Sedation Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Critical Care Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1997 Violence Prevention & Management Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1998 Operative & Invasive Procedure Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1998 Medication Refill Standards Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1999 Managed Care Executive Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1999 Performance Improvement Subcommittee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1999 Professional Standards Board, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 1999 Emergency Department Task Force (Psychiatric Patients) Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 2000 Access to Care Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 2000 Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force/ Institute for Healthcare Improvement 2000 Emergency Care Services Support Team Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 2000 Emergency Care Services Triage Committee 2001 Documentation Storage Systems Implementation Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center 2001 Bioterrorism Task Force 2002 Emergency Department Follow-Up Committee 2002 Managed Care Executive Committee, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 2002 Executive Committee Medical Staff, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland 2002 Chronic Pain Task Force


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Committee Activities (continued) 2004 Acute Coronary Syndrome Task Force 2004 External Peer Review Program 2004 University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Site Directors 2005 Co-Chair, Patient Flow Committee 2005 Chair, Search Committee for Surgery Chairman 2005 University of Maryland Emergency Medicine PA Board 2005 University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Dress Code Committee 2005 Data and Safety Monitoring Subcommittee, University Emergency Medicine Research 2005 Requirements for Improvement (JCAHO) Committee 2005 Oryx Pneumonia Group, “4 Hours to Antibiotic Administration” Committee 2006 Emergency Management, Mass Casualty Committee 2006 Patient Safety Committee 2006 Strategic Planning Committee (Research), Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 2006 Strategic Planning Committee (Faculty Development), Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center 2006 Flu Pandemic Committee 2006 Hospital Emergency Incident Command System 2006 Mass Casualty Group Committee 2006 ACS/Cardiac Care Committee 2006 Performance Measures Group 2006 Appointment/Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland 2006 National Patient Safety Goals Committee 2007 Advanced Clinical Access Committee 2007 Faculty Mentor-Development Committee Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland 2007 Systems Redesign Leadership Committee Teaching Responsibilities 1988 – 1989 ACLS Instructor, The Center for Emergency Medicine, University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine 1989 ACLS Instructor, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical System/Hospital 1989 – 1997 University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds Coordinator 1989 – 1992 Suture Lab for 4th-year Medical Students, University of Maryland Medical Center


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Teaching Responsibilities (continued) 1990 – present Physical Diagnosis, 2nd-year medical students, University of Maryland Medical Center 1991 – 1997 Director of Resident Education University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency 1993 Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing 1993 Director of Weekly Emergency Medicine Conference 2000 Medical Student Lecture Series in Emergency Medicine 2003 Mock Oral Board Examiner, Emergency Medicine Residency, University of Maryland 2007 Small Group Sessions, Introduction to Clinical Medicine II, University of Maryland School of Medicine “Infectious Disease Emergencies,” “Facial Nerve Palsy,” “Endocarditis,” and “Pneumonia,” September 24, 2007 Research Activities 1995 Retrospective Analysis of the Utility of Radiographs in Intravenous Drug Abusers Who Present with Skin Abscesses Secondary to Cutaneous Puncture Principal Investigator: David Jerrard, M.D. 1995 The Use of Antibiotics for Endocarditis Prophylaxis in Intravenous Drug Abusers Who Present for I & D of Skin Abscesses Principal Investigator: David Jerrard, M.D. 2005 Emergency Medicine Basic Research Course, Dallas, Texas Grant Support 12/94 – 4/95

6/93 – 4/95

Phase III, Randomized, Double-Blind, Multicenter Study of Synercid® (quinupristin-dalfopristin) vs. the Combination of Ceftriaxone and Erythromycin in the Treatment of Acute Community Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia. Study Number:JRV303 Sponsor: Rhône-Poulene Rorer Coinvestigator with Dr. Mohammed Al-Ibrahim Direct Cost Awarded: $15,000 Double Blind Randomized Comparative Multicenter Study of Sparfloxacin vs. Cefaclor in the Treatment of Community Acquired Pneumonia. Study Number: RP64206. Sponsor: Rhône - Poulene Rorer Coinvestigator with Dr. Mohammed Al-Ibrahim Direct Cost Awarded: $60,000


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Media Presentations 7/92 WBAL Radio – “Heat Illness” 7/95 Associated Press News Agency – “Heat and How to Cope” 10/06 ACEP News Generation – Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Increase After Sporting Events Aired by Broadcast Media 10/10/06 Fox News, Washington Post Radio, CBS News Radio, Bloomberg Nexus, Reuters, Associated Press, CNN Radio, Washington Post, LA Times, Boston Globe, CNN Headline News, Sports Illustrated, Men’s Health, Discovery Channel Radio, Newsweek, NewsMax Magazine – Increase in Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department After the Game Concludes Publications Journal Articles (Refereed) 1. Jerrard DA, Cappadoro K. Burns in the elderly. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 8(2):421-428, May 1990. 2.

Jerrard D. “Designer drugs”: a current perspective. Journal of Emergency Medicine 8(6):733-741, November/December 1990.

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Jerrard D, Tso E, Salik R, Barish RA. Unsuspected heterotopic pregnancy in a woman without risk factors. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 10(1):58-60, January 1992.

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Jerrard D. Diving medicine. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 10(2):329-338, May 1992.

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Jerrard D, Verdile V, Yealy D, Krenzelok E, Menegazzi J. Serum determinations in toxic isopropanol ingestion. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 10(3):200-202, May 1992.

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Jerrard D. Pelvic fractures. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 11(1):147-163, February 1993.

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Olshaker J, Jerrard D, Barish R, et al. The efficacy and safety of a continuous albuterol protocol for the treatment of acute adult asthma attacks. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 11(2):131-133, March 1993.


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Journal Articles (continued) 8.

Jerrard DA, Olshaker J, Welebob E, Caraballo V, Hooper F. Efficacy and safety of a rapid-sequence metaproterenol protocol in the treatment of acute adult asthma. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 13(4):392-395, July 1995.

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Jerrard DA. Emergency department management of insect stings. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 14(4):429-433, July 1996.

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Jerrard D, Olshaker J. Simultaneous uvulitis and epiglottitis in a woman without fever or leukocytosis. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 14(6):551-552, October 1996.

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Olshaker JS, Browne B, Jerrard DA, Prendergast H, Stair TO. Medical clearance and screening of psychiatric patients in the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine 4(2):124-128, February 1997.

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Prendergast H, Jerrard D, O'Connell J. Atypical presentations of epidural abscess in intravenous drug abusers. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 15(2):158-160, March 1997.

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Olshaker JS, Jerrard DA. The erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Journal of Emergency Medicine 15(6):869-874, November/December 1997.

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Robinson DJ, Jerrard DA, Kuo DC. Acute myocardial infarction: clinical guidelines for patient evaluation and mortality reduction. Emergency Medicine Reports 19(6):53-68, March 1998.

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Jerrard DA. Ehrlichiosis. Journal of Emergency Medicine 17(1):27-30, January/February 1999.

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Bosker G, Robinson D, Jerrard D, Kuo D. Acute myocardial infarction: current clinical guidelines for patient evaluation, thrombolysis, and mortality reduction. Part I: Laboratory assessment stabilization and initial drug therapy. Emergency Medicine Reports 20(14):143-152, July 5, 1999.


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Journal Articles (continued) 17.

Bosker G, Robinson D, Jerrard D, Kuo D. Acute myocardial infarction: comprehensive guidelines for patient evaluation and mortality reduction. Part II: thrombolysis, procedural revascularization, and future strategies. Emergency Medicine Reports 20(15):153-162, July 19, 1999.

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Olshaker JS, Barish RA, Naradzay JF, Jerrard DA, Safir E, Campbell L. Prescription non-compliance: contribution to emergency department visits and cost. Journal of Emergency Medicine 17(5):909-912, September-October 1999.

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Clyne B, Jerrard DA. Syphilis testing. Journal of Emergency Medicine 18(3):361-367, April 2000.

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Jerrard DA, Hanna JR, Schindelheim GL. Cerebrospinal fluid. Journal of Emergency Medicine 21(2):171-178, August 2001.

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Jerrard D, Hanna J. Diabetic ketoacidosis with alkalemia. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 19(6):521-522, October 2001.

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Winters M, Jerrard D. Lyme disease (lesson 17). Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine 16(9):1-8, May 2002.

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Jerrard DA, Broder JS, Hanna JR, Grundmann KA, Colletti JE, Geroff AJ, Mattu A. Malaria: a rising incidence in the United States. Journal of Emergency Medicine 23(1):23-33, July 2002.

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Kuo D, Jerrard D. Environmental insults: smoke inhalation, submersion, diving, high altitude. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 21(2):475-497, May 2003.

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Broder J, Jerrard D, Olshaker J, Witting M. Low risk of infection in selected human bites treated without antibiotics. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 22(1):10-13, January 2004.

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Jerrard DA. The use of rabies immune globulin by emergency physicians. Journal of Emergency Medicine 27(1):15-19, July 2004. *

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Journal Articles (continued) 27.

Schindelheim GL, Jerrard DA, Witting MD. Patient preference for emergency physician age and gender [brief report]. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 22(6):503, October 2004.

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Gaibi T, Jerrard D. Anaphylaxis. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine 19(3):11-17, November 2004.

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Brannan R, Jerrard D. Synovial fluid analysis. Journal of Emergency Medicine 30:331-339, April 2006.

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Jerrard D. Bites (mammalian). BMJ Clinical Evidence, issue 16, 2006.

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Jerrard D. Male patient visits to the emergency department decline during the play of major sporting events. Journal of Emergency Medicine

Book Chapters 1.

Jerrard D. DPL vs CT in blunt abdominal trauma. In Paris P, Wolfson A (eds). Diagnostic Testing in Emergency Medicine, WB Saunders, February 1996.

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Jerrard D. Infectious mononucleosis. In Harwood Nuss A, Linden C, Luten R, Shepard S, Wolfson A (eds). The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, Phildelphia, JB, Lippincott, 1995.

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Jerrard D. Non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema. In Rosen P, Barkin R, Hayden S, Schneider J, Wolfe R (eds). The Five Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999:768-769.

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Jerrard D. Infectious mononucleosis. In Harwood Nuss A, Linden C, Luten R, Shepard S, Wolfson A (eds). The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, 3rd edition. Phildelphia, JB Lippincott, 2001:921-923.

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Robinson D, Jerrard D, Kuo D. AMI, Laboratory assessment, stabilization and initial drug therapy. In Updates in Emergency Medicine, Cardiac and Cerebrovascular Emergencies. American Health Consultants, 5:1-16:2000.


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Book Chapters (continued) 6.

Robinson D, Jerrard, Kuo D. AMI, Thrombolysis, Procedural. In Updates in Emergency Medicine, Cardiac and Cerebrovascular Emergencies. American Health Consultants 5:17-34:2000.

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Jerrard D. Non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema. In Rosen P, Barkin R, Hayden S, Schaider J, Wolfe R (eds). The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 2nd edition. Philadelphia, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2003.

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Jerrard D. Infectious mononucleosis. In Wolfson A (ed). The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, 4th edition. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005:757-758.

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Jerrard D. Noncardiogenic pulmonary edema. In Schaider J, Hayden S, Wolfe R, Barkin R, Rosen P (eds). The 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 3rd edition. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006.

Scientific Letter 1.

Olshaker J, Jerrard D. The efficacy and safety of a continuous albuterol protocol for the treatment of acute adult asthma attacks [letter]. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, January 1995.

Abstracts 1.

Jerrard D, Verdile V, Yealy D, Krenzelok E, Menegazzi J. Serum determinations in toxic isopropanol ingestion [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 19(4):467, 1990.

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Jerrard D, Olshaker J. A comparison of the hemodynamic safety of continuously administered metaproterenol versus albuterol regimen in the setting of acute bronchospasm from obstructive airway disease [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 23(3): 615, March 1994.

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Olshaker J, Jerrard D, Ligon-Nunez R. Prescription drug knowledge, compliance and affordability for emergency department patients [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 1(2), March/April 1994.


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Abstracts (continued) 4.

Olshaker J, Browne B, Jerrard D, Prendergast H, Stair T. Medical clearance and screening of ED psychiatric patients [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 3(5):526, 1996.

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Jerrard D, Olshaker J. Prophylactic antibiotic use in low risk human bite wounds [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 28(5):567, 1996.

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Jerrard, D, Olshaker, J. The frequency and utility of radiograph ordering in the emergency department evaluations of skin abscesses in intravenous drug abusers [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 28(5):575, 1996.

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Olshaker JS, Barish RA, Naradzay JF, Jerrard DA, Safir E, Campbell L. Prescription noncompliance: contribution to emergency department visits and cost [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 28(5):569, 1996.

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Jerrard D, Osborn T, Olshaker J: Patients leaving AMA: do they leave secondary to dissatisfaction with ED services? [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 6(5):400, 1999.

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Olshaker J, Jerrard D, Green Y. Types, benefits, and follow-up of social worker consultations for emergency department patients [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 34(4):S106, 1999.

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Jerrard D, Clyne B, Broder J. Patients leaving without being seen: do patients leave angry? [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 7(5):519, May 2000.

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Jerrard D, Clyne B, Broder J. Medication utilization by emergency physicians: dangerous interactions [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 7(5):523, May 2000.

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Olshaker J, Jerrard D, Rogers R, Peters R, Jacobs M, Ibello C. Decreased admissions and improved work up of potential cardiac ischemia using a sixhour emergency department acute myocardial infarction rule out and same or next day stress testing [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 38(4):S92, October 2001.


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Abstracts (continued) 13.

Jerrard D, Hanna J. Rabies prophylaxis in the emergency department: Are we treating too many patients? [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 38(4):S67, October 2001.

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Schindelheim G, Jerrard D, Witting M. Do patients have a preference for emergency physician age and gender [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 38(4):S75, October 2001.

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Jerrard D, Rogers R, Broder J, Reiss-Holt A, Amato N, Chasm R. Inappropriate administration of rabies immune globulin by emergency physicians [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 9(5):309, May 2002.

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Reiss-Holt A, Amato N, Jerrard D, MountVarner G. Patient perception of the discharge process from the emergency department [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 40(4):S13, October 2002.

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Chasm R, Jerrard D, Van Wie D, Wegner S. Chem-bio attack - Will the providers put themselves at risk? [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 42(4):S106, October 2003.

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Morris D, Jerrard D, Brandt G. Emergency physician compliance with annual PPD testing [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 42(4):S61, October 2003.

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Jerrard D, Chasm R. Patients leaving AMA from the emergency departmentHow many of them actually return to continue their evaluation and what are the reasons why the others do not? [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 44(4):S130, October 2004.

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Jerrard D, Beuerle J. Male patient visits to the emergency department decline during major sporting events [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 12(5):88, May 2005.

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Jerrard D, McClosky A, Schindelheim G. Quality of health care is not adversely affected for those patients receiving care from emergency physicians of a gender opposite to those which is desired [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 12(5):111, May 2005.


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Abstracts (continued) 22.

Jerrard D, Long S. Male patient visits to the emergency department increase after the conclusion of media broadcast sporting events [abstract 9]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 48(4):S4, October 2006.

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Geroff A, Jerrard D. Short term implementation of a non-clinical physician pneumonia czar leads to significant improvement in attainment of the 4hours-to-antibiotic JCAHO/CMS Core Quality Measure in the treatment of community acquired pneumonia: A novel approach [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 50(3):S97, September 2007.

Web-Based Publications 1.

Patel Y, Jerrard D. Corneal ulcer. http://www.emedicine.com/aaem, 2001.

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Patel Y, Jerrard D. Heartburn. http://www.emedicine.com/aaem, 2001.

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Patel Y, Jerrard D. Corneal ulcer. eMedicine.com, October 25, 2005. Available at http://www.emedicinehealth.com/articles/14455-1.asp. Accessed on November 21, 2005.

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Patel Y, Jerrard D. Heartburn. eMedicine.com, August 10, 2005. Available at http://www.emedicinehealth.com/articles/5984-1.asp. Accessed on November 21, 2005.

Invited Speeches/Presentations Local “Neck Masses,” Grand Rounds, University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine, 1988. “Snakebites,” Grand Rounds, University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine, 1988. "Sports Injuries," Grand Rounds, University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine, June 1989. “Designer Drugs,” Toxicology Conference, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, November 1989.


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Local Presentations (continued) "The Alcohols," Toxicology Conference, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, January 1990. "Appendicitis," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, September 1991. “Ethylene Glycol, Methanol and Isopropanol,” Internal Medicine Morbidity and Mortality Conference, University of Maryland Medical Center, February 1992. "Infectious Endocarditis," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, August 1992. "The Fentanyl, Amphetamine and Phencyclidine Analogues - A Clinical Perspective," Clinical Pathology Conference, Johns Hopkins Hospital, February 1993. "Designer Drugs," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, June 1993. "Designer Drugs," Grand Rounds, Kimbrough Army Community Hospital, October 1993. "Insect Sting Anaphylaxis," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, January 1994. "Insecticide Poisoning," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, December 1994. “Mammalian Bite Wounds,” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, November 1995. “Drugs of Abuse - What’s Up on Saturday Night?” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, January 1996. "Hymenoptera Stings," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, October 1997. “Rabies and Tetanus,” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, November 1998.


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Local Presentations (continued) “Rabies,” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center, September 2001. “Rabies,” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Emergency Medicine Residency, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, Virginia, April 2003. Regional "Management of Mammalian Bite Wounds," Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, December 1995. "Management of Bite Wounds," Maryland Academy of Family Physicians 4th Annual Mid-Winter Conference, Urgent Care and Office Emergencies for the Family Physician, Annapolis, Maryland, February 1996. "Urgent Care and Office Emergencies" [panel discussant], Maryland Academy of Family Physicians 4th Annual Mid-Winter Conference, Urgent Care and Office Emergencies for the Family Physician, Annapolis, Maryland, February 1996. “Evaluation and Treatment of Bites,” Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants, November 2000. "Designer Drugs," Grand Rounds (Visiting Professor Lecture Series), Kent and Queen Anne's Hospital, Cambridge, Maryland, February 1994. "Phencyclidine, Fentanyl, Amphetamine Analogues," Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Howard University, April 1994. National “Serum Determinations in Toxic Isopropyl Alcohol Ingestion” [oral presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 21-24, 1990. "Arthrocentesis," Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego, California, June 1993.


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National Presentations (continued) "The Hemodynamic Safety of Continuously Administered Metaproteronol Versus Albuterol in the Setting of Acute Bronchospasm from Obstructive Airway Disease" [oral abstract presentation], American College of Emergency Physicians Research Conference, San Diego, California, March 1994. "Bites - Principles of Management," Annual Session of the American College of Physicians, Mini-Course: Acute Medical Problems, Miami Beach, Florida, April 1994. "Anaphylaxis - Essentials of Management," Annual Session of the American College of Physicians, Mini-Course: Acute Medical Problems, Miami Beach, Florida, April 1994. “Medication Utilization by Emergency Physicians: Dangerous Interactions” [poster presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, San Francisco, California, May 22-25, 2000. “Patients Leaving Without Being Seen” [poster presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, May 22-25, 2000. "Insect Sting Anaphylaxis," Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons, Orlando, Florida, November 1994. “Acetaminophen Poisoning” [panel discussant], Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons, Toxicology Forum, Orlando, Florida, 1994. “Orthopedics,” Emergency Medicine Board Review, Washington, DC, September 1998. “Patients Who Leave AMA: Do They Leave Secondary to Dissatisfaction with ED Services?” [poster presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, May 20–23, 1999. “Medication Utilization by Emergency Physicians: Dangerous Interactions” [poster presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, San Francisco, California, May 22–25, 2000.


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National Presentations (continued) “Patients Leaving Without Being Seen: Do Patients Leave Angry?” [poster presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, May 22–25, 2000. “Psychiatric Patients in the ED: Issues of Safety,” San Antonio, Texas, January 2001. “Psychiatric Patients in the ED: Issues of Safety,” Tampa Bay, Florida, May 2001. “Rabies Prophylaxis in the Emergency Department: Are We Treating Too Many Patients? [poster presentation], American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, Chicago, Illinois, October 2001. “Decreased Admissions and Improved Work Up of Potential Cardiac Ischemia Using a Six-Hour Emergency Department Acute Myocardial Infarction Rule Out and Same or Next Day Stress Testing,” American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, Chicago, Illinois, October 2001. “Do Patients Have a Preference for Emergency Physician Age or Gender?” [poster presentation], American College of Emergency Physician’s Research Forum, Chicago, Illinois, October 2001. “Inappropriate Administration of Rabies Immune Globulin by Emergency Physicians” [oral presentation], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, May 19, 2002. “Patient Perception of the Discharge Process from the Emergency Department,” American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, Seattle, Washington, October 2002. “Chem-Bio Attack - Will the Providers Put Themselves at Risk? American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, October 2003. “Emergency Physician Compliance with Annual PPD Testing,” American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, October 2003.


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National Presentations (continued) “Patients Leaving AMA from the Emergency Department: How Many of Them Actually Return to Continue Their Evaluation and What Are the Reasons the Others Do Not”? American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, San Francisco, California, October 2004. “Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus – An Emerging Pathogen in the Community,” Southeastern Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 2005. “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Decline During Major Sporting Events.” Southeastern Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 2005. “Quality of Health Care Is Not Adversely Affected for Those Patients Receiving Care From Emergency Physicians of a Gender Opposite to That Which Is Desired,” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Southeastern Regional Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 2005. “Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus – An Emerging Pathogen in the Community,” Northeastern Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2005. “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Decline During Major Sporting Events,” Northeastern Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2005. “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Decline During Major Sporting Events” [moderated poster], Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, New York, New York, May 2005. “Quality of Health Care Is Not Adversely Affected for Those Patients Receiving Care From Emergency Physicians of a Gender Opposite to That Which Is Desired,” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, New York, New York, May 2005.


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National Presentations (continued) “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Increase After the Play of Sporting Events aired by Broadcast Media,” Southeastern SAEM Annual Meeting (hosted by Wake Forest University), Greensboro, North Carolina, March 24-25, 2006. “The Design and Implementation of a Formalized Geriatric Curriculum in an Emergency Medicine Residency,” Southeastern SAEM Annual Meeting, Greensboro, North Carolina, March 24-25, 2006. “Monthly Dispensation of Social Security Funds Leads to a Significant Decrease in Emergency Department Utilization by Those Older Than 62 Years of Age,” Southeastern SAEM Annual Meeting, Greensboro, North Carolina, March 24-25, 2006. “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Increase After the Conclusion of Media Broadcast Sporting Events,” ACEP Research Forum, New Orleans, October 15, 2006. “Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Increase After the Conclusion of Media Broadcast Sporting Events,” Mid-Atlantic SAEM Conference, Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center, November 3, 2006. “Monthly Dispensation of Social Security Funds Leads to a Significant Decrease in Emergency Department Utilization by Those Older Than 62 Years of Age,” Mid-Atlantic SAEM Conference, Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center, November 3, 2006. “Short Term Implementation of a Non-Clinical Pneumonia Czar Leads to Significant Improvement in Attainment of the 4-Hours-to-Antibiotic JCAHO/CMS Core Quality Measure in the Treatment of Community Acquired Pneumonia.” ACEP Research Forum, Seattle, Washington, October 2007.


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International Presentations "Serum Determinations in Toxic Isopropyl Alcohol Ingestion," Society for the International Advancement of Emergency Medicine, St. Petersburg (Leningrad), U.S.S.R., May 21, 1991. "Snakebites," Surgery Grand Rounds, Naval Hospital Rota, Rota, Spain, August 1992. "Appendicitis," Surgery Grand Rounds, Naval Hospital Rota, Rota, Spain, August 1992. "The Efficacy and Safety of a Continuous Albuterol Protocol for the Treatment of Acute Adult Asthma Attacks" [oral abstract presentation], Urban Symposium on Emergency Medicine, Beijing, China, October 1993. "Prophylactic Antibiotic Use in Low Risk Human Bite Wounds" [oral presentation], Sixth International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Sydney, Australia, November 1996. "The Frequency and Utility of Radiograph Ordering in the Emergency Department Evaluation of Skin Abscesses in Intravenous Drug Abusers" [poster presentation], Sixth International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Sydney, Australia, November 1996. “Psychiatric Patients in the ED: Issues of Safety.” Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force/Institute for Healthcare Improvement, San Antonio, Texas, January 2001. “Psychiatric Patients in the ED: Issues of Safety.” Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force/Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Tampa, Florida, May 2001. “How to Develop and Maintain an Emergency Medicine Training Program,” Limpopo Province, South Africa, August 2005. “The Future of Emergency Medicine in South Africa,” Limpopo Province, South Africa, August 2005.


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International Presentations (continued) “Do Male Patient Visits to the Emergency Department Decline During Major Sporting Events?,“ 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Quality of Health Care Is Not Adversely Affected If the Gender of the Treating Physician is Opposite to That Which Is Desired,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Do Patients Have a Preference for Emergency Physician Age and Gender?,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Patients Who Leave Against Medical Advice: Who Returns to Continue the Evaluation and What Are the Reasons Why Others Do Not?,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Emergency Physician Compliance with Annual PPD Testing,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Rabies Immune Globulin Use by Emergency Physicians,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Rabies Prophylaxis in the Emergency Department: Are We Treating Too Many patients?,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Community Acquired MRSA: An Emerging Pathogen,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “A Formalized Design and Implementation of a Geriatric Curriculum,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005. “Chem-Bio Attack - Will the Providers Put Themselves at Risk?,” 3rd International Emergency Medicine Congress, Nice, France, September 1–5, 2005.


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“The Impact of Total Working Hours in the Emergency Department.” International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 4, 2007. “Challenges of Emergency Medicine” [panel discussant]. International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 4, 2007. “Increasing Prevalence of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus” [poster]. International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 46, 2007. “Chem-Bio Attack – Will the Providers Stay to Deliver Care?” [poster]. International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 46, 2007. “Do Patients in the Emergency Department Have an Age and Gender Preference for Their Treating Emergency Physician?” [poster]. International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 47, 2007. “Getting Registrars in Emergency Medicine Research.” International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 5, 2007. “Development of EM Systems” [panel discussant]. International Emergency Medicine Congress: Emergency Medicine in the Developing World. Cape Town, South Africa, October 5, 2007.

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