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POINT research article published in July issue of N Engl J Med

University of Kentucky, Department of Emergency Medicine faculty, Drs. Roger Humphries, Sameer Desai, Craig Carter, and JoAnn Short, RN, Nurse Clinical Research III/UKHC, are collaborators on the POINT research journal article, Clopidogrel and Aspirin in Acute Ischemic Stroke and High-Risk TIA. The POINT trial is a partnership between the Clinical Coordinator Center (CCC) based in the UCSF Stroke Sciences Group (SSG), and the NINDS NETT Network.

N Engl J Med. 2018 Jul 19;379(3):215-225. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa1800410. Epub 2018 May 16. Clopidogrel and Aspirin in Acute Ischemic Stroke and High-Risk TIA. Johnston SC, Easton JD, Farrant M, Barsan W, Conwit RA, Elm JJ, Kim AS, Lindblad AS, Palesch YY; Clinical Research Collaboration, Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials Network, and the POINT Investigators.

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Annual Emergency Medicine Resident Retreat

Our program recently hosted our fourth annual emergency medicine resident retreat at Red River Gorge. The retreat focused on wellness and included didactics to help improve the residents’ roles as clinicians, educators, and mentors, and encouraged good group dynamics and collaborative relationships. Activities included lectures, procedures and ultrasound workshops, hiking, and GridlockED games @GridlockedGame

GridlockED Games

Lectures

Procedure Workshops

Ultrasound Workshops

Hiking

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Check out Dr. Doty’s publication in AEM Education and Training

Congratulations to Dr. Doty and his co-authors on the publication of their article, Emergency Medicine Resident Shift Work Preferences: A Comparison of Resident Scheduling Preferences and Recommended Schedule Design for Shift Workers. The article can be found in the July edition of AEM Education and Training.

Rischall Megan L, Chung Arlene S, Tabatabai R, Doty C, Hart D. Emergency Medicine Resident Shift Work Preferences: A Comparison of Resident Scheduling Preferences and Recommended Schedule Design for Shift Workers. AEM Education and Training. 2018;2(3):229-235.

Chris Doty, MD

 

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