Profile in Innovation
Jennifer Wilson, MD is researching new treatments for ARDS and sepsis and working toward a broader vision for healthcare.
Innovative Policy for New-Parent EM Residents
Former Chief Resident June Gordon, MD helped craft a new policy to offer support for residents returning to work as new parents.
EM Physician Runs Ultramarathon in Antarctica
Rebecca Walker, MD discusses the connections between emergency medicine and running 250 kilometers in several feet of snow, guiding a runner who could not see.
Nepal Project Receives International Honor
Stanford Emergency Medicine International helped create the Nepal Ambulance Service, which was just recognized by the BMJ for impact on health outcomes.
Burnout and Physician Wellness
Cori Poffenberger, MD offers valuable insight on the struggles and solutions for physician wellness on NBC Nightly News.
Our physicians, fellows, residents and nurses provided medical support to FEMA and to those in shelters following the California wildfires.
New Concussion Guidelines
- So the doctor is burned out: What does it mean for patient care? (Blomkalns; Academic Emergency Medicine)
- Analytical and clinical validation of a microbial cell-free DNA sequencing test for infectious disease (Yang; Journal of Microbiology)
- The Birth of a Return to Work Policy for New Resident Parents in Emergency Medicine. (Gordon et al; Academic Emergency Medicine)
- Timely access to care for patients with critical burns in India: a prehospital prospective observational study. (Newberry et al; BMJ)