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Hogan, Teresita M.
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The use of head computed tomography in elderly patients sustaining minor head trauma.
Multicenter study of case finding in elderly emergency department patients.
The rate and risk of heat-related illness in hospital emergency departments during the 1995 Chicago heat disaster.
Multidimensional attitudes of emergency medicine residents toward older adults.
Risk factors and screening instruments to predict adverse outcomes for undifferentiated older emergency department patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
A profile of acute care in an aging America: snowball sample identification and characterization of United States geriatric emergency departments in 2013.
Evaluation of Syncope in Older Adults.
Improving Pain Relief in Elder Patients (I-PREP): An Emergency Department Education and Quality Intervention.
Shared Decision Making to Improve the Emergency Care of Older Adults: A Research Agenda.
Nurses' perceptions of pain management for older-patients in the Emergency Department: A qualitative study.
Older Adult Emergency Department Pain Management Strategies.
Communication Strategies for Better Care of Older Individuals in the Emergency Department.
Building the Geriatric Emergency care Applied Research (GEAR) network
Identification of Older Adult Fall Occurrence by Brief Emergency Department Triage Screen.
Interprofessional Education of Emergency Department Team on Falls in Older Adults.
Care transitions and social needs: A Geriatric Emergency care Applied Research (GEAR) Network scoping review and consensus statement.
Optimal Emergency Department Care Practices for Persons Living With Dementia: A Scoping Review.