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    • Are patients with longer emergency department wait times less likely to consent to research? 

      Ascher, S; Cairns, CB; Drake, Weiying; Freeman, D; Glickman, Seth W; Limkakeng, Alexander; Mani, G; ... (9 authors) (Acad Emerg Med, 2012-04)
      OBJECTIVES: There are unique challenges to enrolling patients in emergency department (ED) clinical research studies, including the time-sensitive nature of emergency conditions, the acute care environment, and the lack ...
    • Consensus development of a pediatric emergency medicine clerkship curriculum. 

      Askew, KL; Duong, M; Fox, James Walter; Fox, S; Murphy, C; Nadkarni, M; O'Neill, JC; ... (8 authors) (West J Emerg Med, 2014-09)
      INTRODUCTION: As emergency medicine (EM) has become a more prominent feature in the clinical years of medical school training, national EM clerkship curricula have been published to address the need to standardize students' ...
    • Improving the Emergency Care Research Investigator Pipeline: SAEM/ACEP Recommendations. 

      Limkakeng, Alexander; Ranney, Megan L; Carr, Brendan; Zink, Brian; Kaji, Amy H; ACEP SAEM Research Committees (approved by ACEP-SAEM Board of Directors), (Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2015-07)
    • Systematic review and metasummary of attitudes toward research in emergency medical conditions. 

      de Oliveira, Lucas Lentini Herling; Garcia Rodrigues, C; Hocker, Michael; Limkakeng, Alexander; McKinney, Ross; Moreira, T; Phadtare, Amruta; ... (9 authors) (J Med Ethics, 2014-06)
      Emergency departments are challenging research settings, where truly informed consent can be difficult to obtain. A deeper understanding of emergency medical patients' opinions about research is needed. We conducted a systematic ...