Emergency Medicine Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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MCW Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources
Dunton Z, Hargarten S, Kohlbeck S, Osman F. Homicide: A Leading Cause of Death for Black Non-Hispanics in Wisconsin. Wmj. Mar 2021;120(S1):S6-s9.
Hamouda MA, Emanuel LL, Padela AI. Empathy and Attending to Patient Religion/Spirituality: Findings from a National Survey of Muslim Physicians. Article. J Health Care Chaplain. 2021;27(2):84-104. doi:10.1080/08854726.2019.1618063
Rublee C, Bills C, Sorensen C, Lemery J, Calvello Hynes E. At Ground Zero—Emergency Units in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Building Resilience for Climate Change and Human Health. Article. World Medical and Health Policy. March 2021;13(1):36-68. doi:10.1002/wmh3.417
Padela AI, Duivenbode R, Quinn M, Saunders MR. Informing American Muslims about living donation through tailored health education: A randomized controlled crossover trial evaluating increase in biomedical and religious knowledge. Article. American Journal of Transplantation. 2021;21(3):1227-1237. doi:10.1111/ajt.16242
Kohlbeck S, Fumo N, Hargarten S. Systems change for suicide prevention among adolescents: a rural Wisconsin county approach. Inj Prev. Apr 2021;27(2):131-136. doi:10.1136/injuryprev-2019-043525
Roy V, Lee L, Uihlein M, Roy I, Lee K. Ultrasonographic comparison of the lateral epicondyle in wheelchair-user (and able-bodied) tennis players: A pilot study. J Spinal Cord Med. Jan 2021;44(1):29-36. doi:10.1080/10790268.2019.1603898
Seymour L, Montejo R, Weston BW. Efficacy of distance-based ems education in a low-resource country. Wisconsin Medical Journal. 2020;119(3):182-184.
Padela AI, Duivenbode R, Saunders MR, Quinn M, Koh E. The impact of religiously tailored and ethically balanced education on intention for living organ donation among Muslim Americans. Clin Transplant. 2020;34(12):e14111.
Dyson K, Brown SP, May S, Colella M, et al. Community lessons to understand resuscitation excellence (culture): Association between emergency medical services (EMS) culture and outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2020;156:202-209.
Kohlbeck S, Hargarten S, Cassidy LD. Age- and Sex-Specific Risk Factors for Youth Suicide: A Mixed Methods Review. WMJ. 2020;119(3):165-170.
Lupton JR, Schmicker RH, Aufderheide TP, M Riccardo Colella, et al. Racial disparities in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest interventions and survival in the Pragmatic Airway Resuscitation Trial. Resuscitation. 2020;155:152-158.
Harper MW, Lee J, Sherman KA, Uihlein MJ, Lee KKK. Wheelchair Athlete Concussion Baseline Data: A Pilot Retrospective Analysis. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2020. [epub ahead of print]
Padela AI, Duivenbode R, Quinn M. The Development and Validation of the Islamic Knowledge of Living Organ Donation Knowledge Scale for Measuring Organ Donation Knowledge Among Muslim Communities. Progress in Transplantation. 2020;30(4):315-321.
Martin IBK, Hargarten S. The Antiracist, Propatient Pledge of Emergency Medicine. Acad Emerg Med. 2020;27(9):932-933.
Padela AI. Islamic Bioethical Positions on Organ Donation and Transplantation: Stressing Rigor and Caution in Fatwa Reviews. Transplantation Direct. 2020;6(8).
Zosel A, De Los Santos J, Hernandez-Meier J, Maso K, Crowe C, Rykwalder C, Becker, Phelan M. Evaluation of an Intervention to Increase Perceived Competency and Willingness to Nominate Female Colleagues for Regional and National Awards. 28th Annual Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Research Forum. Madison, WI, 2020. Due to Covid-19 related conference cancellation, this peer-reviewed abstract was deferred for presentation at the 2020 Great Plains Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Symposium, Milwaukee, WI, 2020.
Nguyen P, Kohlbeck S, Zosel A, Hernandez-Meier J. The Cardiff Model for Violence and Opioid Prevention. 28th Annual Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Research Forum. Madison, WI, 2020. Due to Covid-19 related conference cancellation, this peer-reviewed abstract was deferred for presentation at the 2020 Great Plains Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Symposium, Milwaukee, WI, 2020.
Ashley Pavlic, Taylor Sonnenberg, Sarah Russel. Partnering with Community Leaders to Enhance Patient Care in the Emergency Department. Community Engagement Poster Session, Medical College of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, November 2020.
Padela A. Maqāṣidī Models for an “Islamic” Medical Ethics: Problem-Solving or Confusing at the Bedside? Symposium on the Theory and Uses of Maqāṣid al-Shariah, International Institute of Islamic Thought, May 2020, virtual.
Padela A. Bridging the Gap between Science and Faith. Cura Foundation, May 2020, virtual.
Padela A. Advanced directives and Limiting Healthcare: Ethical Considerations of Muslim Patients and Families. Association Médicale Avicenne de France, February 2021, virtual.
Padela A. Religion and Medicine: A Career Path Discussion. Seminar for the Society of Future Physicians at the University of Illinois Chicago, March 2021, virtual.
Ashley Pavlic. Ethics of Short-Term Global Engagements. Masters in Health Equity, Medical College of Wisconsin, March 2021.
Ashley Pavlic. Duty, Professionalism, and Vulnerable Populations. PMETaL Kern Institute, April 2021.
Ruby Long, Emily C. Cleveland Manchanda, Annette M. Dekker, Liliya Kraynov, Susan Willson, Pedro Flores, Elizabeth A. Samuels. Circle Up for Equity in Crisis Care: Restorative Justice in Crisis Standards of Care (ADIEM and Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health Interest Group Sponsored). Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Amy Zosel, Mary Beth Phelan, Colleen Crowe, Kristi Maso, Charlie Ann Rykwalder, Clarie Becker. Intervention to Increase Nomination of Women Faculty for Awards to Promote Professional Development. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Ashley Pavlic, Taylor Sonnenberg, Colleen Crowe, Madeline Kenzie, Sehr Khan, Kristin Lipanot, Sarah Russell. Developing an Outlook on Other Realities: Innovative Curricula Opening DOORS to Vulnerable Patient Populations. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Mary Beth Phelan, Alisa Hayes, Claire Becker, Jeff Stone. It's Virtually Possible: Take Charge of Microaggressions in Academic Medicine. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Alisa Hayes, Mary Beth Phelan. Advanced EM Workshop: It’s Virtually Possible: Take Charge of Microaggressions in Academic Medicine. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Mary Beth Phelan, Jennifer Hernandez-Meier, Amy Zosel. Innovations: Oral: Intervention to Increase Nomination of Women Faculty for Awards to Promote Professional Development. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2021 Meeting, May 2021, virtual.
Kiernan S, Sachs J, Owen J, Slocum S, Owen JR. The Interplay Between Excited Delirium, Law Enforcement, and Race. American Psychiatric Association Annual meeting, May 2021.
Padela A. MaqāṣidīModels for an “Islamic” Medical Ethics: Problem-Solving or Confusing at the Bedside? Symposium on the Theory and Uses of Maqāṣid al-Shariah, The International Institute of Islamic Though, May 2021, virtual.
Alisa Hayes. Gender Disparities in Time Critical Diagnoses. Weekly Conference - Nuvance Health, Emergency Medicine Residency, June 2021.
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The MCW Diversity and Inclusion Action Committee (DIAC) is dedicated to developing an institutional culture that fosters the recruitment, nurturing and retention of a diverse student body, trainees, staff and faculty that is reflective of our larger community. The committee engages in thoughtful discussions to propose initiatives and develop comprehensive strategies to facilitate equal opportunity and diversity in MCW’s educational, clinical and research programs and in our internal and external communities.
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The Underrepresented in Medicine (URM) Committee is committed to promoting diversity at MCWAH and is here as a resource for residents and fellows. Through networking opportunities, community involvement and social activities, we are here to support your career development. The URM committee typically has meetings every other month (Thursdays at 6:00 pm). Any residents or fellows are welcome to attend.