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2020 Publications


PERC 2020 Publications

Impact of timing of pre-procedural opioids on adverse events in procedural sedation.
Maala Bhatt, Wei Cheng, Mark G Roback, David W Johnson, Monica Taljaard, Ken J Farion, Samina Ali, Suzanne Beno, Andrew Dixon, C Michelle McTimoney, Gabino Travassos, Candice McGahern, Zach Cantor, Eleanor Fitzpatrick, Nadia Dow, Taline Naranian, Gabrielle Allard
Acad Emerg Med. 2020 Jan
[PMID: 31894606 ]

Knowledge, attitudes and practices of Canadian pediatric emergency physicians regarding short-term opioid use: a descriptive, cross-sectional survey.
Megan Fowler, Samina Ali, Serge Gouin, Amy L Drendel, Naveen Poonai, Maryna Yaskina, Mithra Sivakumar, Esther Jun, Kathryn Dong
CMAJ Open. 2020 Mar; 8(1): E148-E155
[PMID: 32184278 ]

Utility of MyHEARTSMAP for Universal Psychosocial Screening in the Emergency Department.
Quynh Doan, Bruce Wright, Amanbir Atwal, Elizabeth Hankinson, Punit Virk, Hawmid Azizi, Rob Stenstrom, Tyler Black, Rebecca Gokiert, Amanda S Newton
J Pediatr. 2020 Feb; 219: 54-61.e1
[PMID: 32106963 ]

Determining a Bayesian predictive power stopping rule for futility in a non-inferiority trial with binary outcomes.
Anna Heath, Martin Offringa, Petros Pechlivanoglou, Juan David Rios, Terry P Klassen, Naveen Poonai, Eleanor Pullenayegum
Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2020 Apr; 18: 100561
[PMID: 32300671 ]

Parent-Child Agreement on Postconcussion Symptoms in the Acute Postinjury Period.
Isabelle Gagnon, Elizabeth Teel, Gerard Gioia, Mary Aglipay, Nick Barrowman, Maegan Sady, Christopher Vaughan, Roger Zemek
Pediatrics. 2020 Jun
[PMID: 32499388 ]








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