Association Between 3 Doses of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine and Symptomatic Infection Caused by the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron and Delta Variants
Emma K. Accorsi, PhD1,2; Amadea Britton, MD1,2; Katherine E. Fleming-Dutra, MD1; et alZachary R. Smith, MA1; Nong Shang, PhD1; Gordana Derado, PhD1; Joseph Miller, PhD1; Stephanie J. Schrag, DPhil1; Jennifer R. Verani, MD, MPH1 Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA. Published online January 21, 2022. doi:10.1001/jama.2022.0470 Key PointsQuestion What is
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Chest Trauma by Professor Mark Fitzgerald
Advances in Toxicology’ by Professor George Braitberg
“Do's, Don'ts, and Some Maybe's for Acute Pain Management in the ED.”
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Chest Trauma by Professor Mark FitzgeraldProfessor Mark Fitzgerald ASM Director, Trauma Services, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne Director, National Trauma Research Institute, Australia Professor, Department of Surgery, Central Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University Adjunct Professor, School of Information Technology, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University Professor Fitzgerald s achievements include trauma systems development, error reduction and standardisation of resuscitation care The development of semi automated, computer assisted resuscitation is a career goal He has delivered 180 major presentations, has 300 publications and is a reviewer for multiple medical and surgical journals He is an Australian National Health and Research Council Leadership Fellow
Advances in Toxicology’ by Professor George BraitbergProfessor George Braitberg has been a practicing emergency physician and toxicologist for 35 years. He is currently Head of the Emergency Medicine Stream for the Centre for Critical Care Medicine at the University of Melbourne and Executive Director of Strategy, Quality and Improvement at Melbourne Health He is also a Fellow of the American College of Medical Toxicology, the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM), and the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators. He has a Masters in Bioethics and Health Services Management (Monash University) and is a member of the Victorian Clinical Council, a Board member of St Johns Ambulance (Victoria), and Medical Advisor to Ambulance Victoria. His research interests include toxicology, ethical decision making, health system redesign, and the management of acute emergencies. He has published over 70 peer reviewed papers and authored more than 20 book chapters. He was awarded the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine Service Award in 2018 and became a member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2018 and an Officer of the Order of St John (OStJ) in 2019. He is a proud grandfather of 5+.
“Do's, Don'ts, and Some Maybe's for Acute Pain Management in the ED.”Professor Sergey Motov Professor Motov is an Emergency Medicine Physician practicing in the Department of EmergencyMedicine at Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York where he is the Research Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Chair of the Hospital Pain Management Committee, and Chair of the Institutional Review Board. Dr. Motov previously served as the Assistant Residency Director and Associate Research Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Maimonides Medical Center where he has trained more than 200 residents. Dr. Motov has been very passionate about safe and effective pain management in the ED. His true interests are geared towards perfecting the role of non-opioid analgesia in the ED and more refined and judicious opioid use in the ED. He has published multiple peer-reviewed papers and has conducted multiple presentations on regional, national, and international levels about opioid alternatives for ED pain management. Dr. Motov has been active as a speaker for AAEM at Scientific Assembly as well as for multiple international conferences including MEMC where he has been serving as a Chair of the Pain Track. Dr. Motov is actively involved in growing this body of work both nationally and globally and currently serves as a co-Chair of the Pain and Procedural Sedation Interest Group at AAEM.
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