18新利电话|18新利介绍

编辑

Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Emergency Medicine Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search WelcomeWelcome Mission Clinical Sites Explore St. Louis Our TeamOur Team Leadership Division Chiefs Faculty Residency Administration Fellowship Administration Research Personnel APP DivisionsDivisions Critical Care Medicine EMS Toxicology Ultrasound EducationEducation Residency Simulation Fellowships Medical Students AlumniAlumni Giving Options ResearchResearch ECRCECRC Current Studies Researchers Research Fellowship Summer Research Program – EMERGE Journal ClubJournal Club Archive Tool Box News EventsEvents Emergency Medicine Event Calendar View Lewis Health Policy Symposia Code 3 Conference Jermyn Lectures Women in Medicine Symposium Guidelines for Patient Data Request Management EM Accounting Services EMIAA IV Magnesium for Acute COPD Exacerbations Publications Vanc/Zosyn and Kidney Injury IV Steroids for Prevention of Rebound Migraine Headache Ultra High Dose and IV Bolus Nitroglycerin for SCAPE Open Search ECRC The goal of the Emergency Care Research Core (ECRC) is to provide a centralized infrastructure to support investigators conducting clinical or translational research in the area of emergency care.  Many challenges exist in efficiently conducting research in emergency care including the unpredictable nature of acute illness and injury, time-dependent diagnoses and interventions, and the unique emergency environment.  By offering resources ranging from consultation on project design to recruitment and enrollment of study patients, the ECRC will enhance the ability of individual investigators across medical disciplines to conduct studies in emergency care.  Special areas on interest and expertise of the ECRC include: Acute illness and exacerbation of chronic illness Acute injury Acute diagnostics and evidence-based algorithms in diagnostic strategies Interventional clinical trials requiring time-sensitive interventions Pre- and post-hospital coordination of care Patient safety and quality in emergency diagnosis and treatment Underserved populations If your research in these areas would benefit from additional resources focused on the emergency care environment, contact us to discuss how the ECRC can support your project. Research ECRC Core Services Current Studies Personnel EMIAA Researchers Research Fellowship Summer Research Program – EMERGE for Medical Students 2024    Department of Emergency Medicine660 S. Euclid AveCampus Box 8072Saint Louis, MO 63110Phone: 314-747-4156 | Fax: [email protected] Instagram LocationsWashington University Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis Children's Hospital Missouri Baptist Medical Center Barnes-Jewish West County Barnes-Jewish St. Peters ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis   Loading Comments...   Write a Comment... Email (Required) Name (Required) Website

18新利网官网 18luck新利官网备 18新利备用网 18新利备用网
Copyright ©18新利电话|18新利介绍 The Paper All rights reserved.