KL2 Visiting Scholar Grand Rounds - Dr. Ambrose Wong

Presenter: Ambrose Wong, M.D., M.S.Ed., M.H.S., Yale University

February 15, 2022
12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

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Grand Rounds details

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Join us in welcoming OHSU KL2 visiting scholar: Ambrose Wong, M.D., M.S.Ed., M.H.S., Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Simulation Research, Yale University

Grand Rounds topic: Implementation of an Agitation Code Team Intervention in the Emergency Department

About the presenter:
Dr. Wong is a physician-scientist in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University, with a focus on teamwork, patient safety, behavioral health, and healthcare disparities. He is the Research Director and Associate Fellowship Director at the Yale Center for Medical Simulation. He also has expertise in qualitative and mixed-methods techniques for health services research. Dr. Wong's KL2 study evaluated an interprofessional code response team intervention to manage agitation in the ED with the goal of decreasing physical restraint use. Dr. Wong was recently awarded NIMH K23 to investigate the use of health IT in preventing episodes of agitation for behavioral patients in the ED.
Learn more about Dr. Wong and his research interests.

OCTRI's KL2 Program is designed to support early-career faculty in their transition to research independence. The mission of the KL2 award is to identify and support promising faculty who may benefit from OCTRI support and resources in their efforts to obtain independent research funding. The KL2 award is funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Research (NCATS) through the Clinical Translational Science Award program, which supports a national network of research institutions. The KL2 Visiting Scholars Program was developed by CTSA consortium partners to promote collaborative cross-CTSA training, leverage academic strengths at host CTSAs, and support the career development of participating scholars through experiential training and the development of new partnerships. 

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