Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine (CPR-EM)
The OHSU Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine's breakthrough research leads to new standards of care and a better understanding of important issues involving emergency medicine, disaster preparedness, and toxicology.
The Value of Emergency Care For Injured Older Adults
Newgard, C. | National Institutes of Health | 5/1/15 - 4/30/19
Effectiveness of Prescription Monitoring Program Use in Emergency Departments
Sun, B. | National Institutes of Health | 3/1/14 - 2/28/18
Improving Syncope Risk Stratification in Older Adults
Sun, B. | National Institutes of Health | 2/1/13 - 1/31/18
Additional emergency medicine research statistics can be found on the OHSU Research Expertise website.
- Validating the Use of ICD-9 Code Mapping to Generate Injury Severity Scores.
- The Romhilt-Estes electrocardiographic score predicts sudden cardiac arrest independent of left ventricular mass and ejection fraction.
- Unintentional Pediatric Ingestion of Electronic Cigarette Nicotine Refill Liquid Necessitating Intubation.
- Neural networks as a tool to predict syncope risk in the Emergency Department.