Maria Bauer, MD, received a Career Development Award from the American Heart Association for the project “The Role of the Unfolded Protein Response and LOXL2 in Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction”. This is a mentored early career award, mentored by Lakshmi Santhanam, PhD, and Jochen Steppan, MD.

Steve Cohen, MD, received a grant as part of 2024 Defense Health Agency Restoral Funding per the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act to:

1) Set up a pain database for combat-injured Ukrainian Service Members; 2) Add 2 Ukrainian and 1 Israeli site to existing funding for randomized, placebo-controlled trial evaluating ketamine infusions and stellate ganglion blocks for PTSD and traumatic brain injury-associated headache; 3) Evaluate neuroma hydrodissection in acute amputations to prevent chronic postamputation pain.

Dr Cohen also received an additional grant for multi-center study comparing intradiscal bone marrow concentrate (stem cells) to steroid injections for discogenic low back pain.

Nadia Hensley, MD, was awarded the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists Mid-Career Grant entitled “A Prospective, Observational Study of the Volume Effect on Transfusions, Coagulation Mechanisms, and Safety Outcomes”.

Kate Rosenblatt, MD, MHS, is the co-PI, alongside Ruben Troncoso, MD, MPH, (Emergency), of the multi-center U01 NIH-NINDS study entitled, “Brain Oxygen Optimization in Severe TBI Phase-3 (BOOST-3)”. This is the first EFIC (Exception from Informed Consent) activity initiated under the new Clinical Center (Hub) organized by the Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) Department of Emergency Medicine for the Strategies to Innovate EmeRgENcy Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN). The JHM Hub-and-Spoke network includes over 25 clinical sites in five states and Washington, DC, and is associated with 9 institutional partners with committed EMS systems. BOOST-3 was awarded the grant from the NIH through SIREN for this Phase III randomized, blinded-endpoint, comparative effectiveness study of brain tissue oxygen and intracranial pressure monitoring versus intracranial pressure alone with target enrollment of 1,094 participants across 47 sites.

 Kara Segna, MD, and her research team were awarded an R01 grant by the National Institute of Neurologic Disorders and Stroke for their project entitled “A Long-acting Injectable Protein Delivery System for Functional Repair of Peripheral Nerve Injury”.




It is our pleasure to congratulate the winners of the Resident MVP award for the third quarter of the academic year: Dr. Hunter Bratton in the CA3 class, Dr. Alexis Motz in the CA2 class, and Dr. Karla Objio in the CA1 class. The winners of this quarter’s MVP award are individuals who work incredibly hard, are always willing to stay late to help a colleague, or volunteer to be there for anyone who needs it. They have volunteered their time outside of work to improve the program and always have positive can-do attitudes that lift the spirits of those around them.

We are thrilled to congratulate the following CRNAs on receiving awards this year: Richard Pippenger, CRNA, received the Olive Berger Award, which reflects excellence in critical care and leadership. Belinda Gardner, CRNA, received the CRNA of the Year Award. David Travis, CRNA, received the SRNA Preceptor of the Year Award.

ACCM is delighted to congratulate two of our physicians as they were recognized for their exceptional level of service and professionalism: Clarita G. Frazier Dawson, MD, received the Armstrong Award for Excellence in Quality and Safety, and Samuel Vanderhoek, MD, received the Excellence in Service and Professionalism Award.

ACCM congratulates Steve Cohen, MD, on receiving the HEAL Initiative PURPOSE Network 2024 Golden Neuron Pain Scientist of the Year Award, May, 2024, and the American Academy of Pain Medicine 2024 Podcast of the Year Award, March, 2024.



James (Jake) H. Abernathy, III, MD, MPH, was promoted to Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Abernathy is internationally recognized for his clinical expertise and contributions to the field of Cardiac Anesthesiology and the application of human factors engineering to medicine.

Rosie Gaylor, MD, will join the residency leadership as an Assistant Program Director this summer after graduating from her critical care fellowship here.

Katherine Hoops, MD, MPH, was promoted to Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Dr Hoops has a joint appointment in the Department of Health Policy in the Bloomberg School of Public Health and is a nationally recognized leader in gun violence and injury prevention. She is an accomplished researcher, educator, and clinician who has devoted herself with unwavering passion and purpose.

Kellie Jaremko, MD, PhD, will be the Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Program Director as of July 1, approved by Hopkins GME office and pending ACGME approval. She will have 2 associate program directors, Laura Chin, MD, MPH, and Shruti Sudhakar, MD.

Elizabeth Tucker, MD, was promoted to Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine and Pediatrics. She specializes in critical care medicine and is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in pediatric neurocritical care and neurologic injury secondary to infectious diseases in children. Dr Tucker is an exceptional leader whose passion and intellectual curiosity have made her a role model for trainees and junior faculty.

Kathleen Tyson, MD, has accepted the position of Assistant Program Director for the Adult Critical Care fellowship. Dr Tyson has been the Medical Director of the Physician Assistant Critical Care Medicine residency, where she created programs for trainees. In her new role, Dr Tyson will help with curriculum development and wellness programs.

Anna Varughese, MD, was promoted to Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. This is a remarkable achievement and a testament to Dr Varughese’s exceptional dedication, expertise, and leadership in Pediatric Anesthesiology. Dr Varughese is recognized nationally and internationally for her clinical excellence and commitment to improving patient care through quality improvement programs. Her pioneering work in action-oriented health-services improvement science research has been instrumental in advancing the field.

Bradford Winters, PhD, MD, FCCM, was promoted to Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Dr Winters holds a joint appointment in the Department of Surgery, is a Core Faculty in the Armstrong Institute for Patient Quality and Safety, and serves as the Division Director for Critical Care Medicine in ACCM. He is the Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Surgical ICUs and the Bayview Medical Center’s Surgical and Burn ICUs. Since joining the faculty in 1997, Dr Winters has been a prominent and outstanding leader in research, clinical, educational, and administration programs of our department and institution.


Other Accomplishments and Honors

Elena Bertolino, MSN, CPNP-AC, PPCNP-BC, CCRN, WCC, graduated with a DNP (Doctorate in Nursing Practice) from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in May, 2024. Additionally, Dr Bertolino gave a presentation of the PICU Quality Improvement project: “Implementation of an Algorithm for Improved Dexmedetomidine Weaning in Pediatrics” at the Johns Hopkins Center for Nursing Inquiry SHINE conference and at the NAPNAP Chesapeake Bay Chapter Spring Conference. Dr Bertolino also presented on “Wounds at the End of Life” at the JHCC 2024 Pediatric Nursing Wound Special Topics Conference.

Mary Beth Brady, MD, FASE, chaired the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA) Annual Meeting and Workshops held in Toronto, Canada in April, 2024. For the first time ever, this meeting was held in collaboration with the American Association of Thoracic Surgeons (AATS). In her role as Chair, she planned and executed the meeting. Many ACCM faculty and JHU surgical faculty shared their expertise at the meeting. She participated in many panels and plenary sessions. Of note, she participated in a leadership panel that included presidents and past presidents from the SCA, the AATS, the American Society of Echocardiography, and the National Board of Echocardiography. Dr Brady also participated in the American Society of Echocardiography’s Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Forum. This think tank was a collection of multidisciplinary HCM experts who gathered to discuss all aspects of HCM to drive innovation and address clinical questions regarding the management and treatment of HCM. She was one of only three anesthesiologists invited to participate. Additionally, Dr Brady moderated “TEE Masterclass – Secrets from the Experts” as part of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery in Toronto, Canada.

Paul Christo, MD, MBA, and Kayode Williams, MD, MBA, FFARCSI, along with two other pain specialists from outside of Johns Hopkins, co-edited the book Pain Management in Vulnerable Populations (2024 May, Oxford University Press). This is the first book to address vulnerable pain populations (e.g., minority groups, racial groups, certain age groups, gender identities, cognitive impairment, or disability status) and personalized treatment plans for each unique group. The full table of contents can be found here:

Steve Cohen, MD, was the Meeting Chair for the Advancing Pain Relief and Rehabilitation: A Ukraine-Centric International Symposium in Lviv, Ukraine, April–May, 2024. This meeting was jointly sponsored by ASPEN, Alcoa, European Society of Regional Anesthesia (ESRA), ASRA-Pain Medicine, American Society of Anesthesiologists, and Ukrainian Society of Regional Anesthesia. This was the largest medical conference in the country since the Ukraine-Russia war began.

Robert S. Greenberg, MD, gave a presentation entitled “PBLD 6: Airway Emergency During Lefort Osteotomy” at the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics – Anesthesia Section Meeting in Anaheim, CA. At this meeting, Dr Greenberg and Deborah Schwengel, MD, coordinated a workshop entitled “Influx! The Mass Casualty Preparedness Game”.

Nadia Hensley, MD, was invited for the following Grand Rounds lecture (virtual) through speaker exchange: Grand Rounds (virtual), Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) in Lebanon, “Methods That Are Valuable in Patient Blood Management”, Beirut, Lebanon.

Kellie Jaremko, MD, PhD, moderated the “Acute Surgical Pain” session and presented “The Importance of Optimizing Perioperative Pain Management” podium lecture at the 40th annual American Academy of Pain Medicine annual conference in Scottsdale, AZ, on March 10, 2024.

Adam Laytin, MD, MPH, gave an invited talk to the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship Consortium on “Improving Health Outcomes in Resource-Limited Settings: The Roles of Clinical Research, Registries and QI” on May 8, 2024. Dr Laytin also gave an invited talk at SAEM on “Developing a Context-Appropriate VAP Prevention Strategy in Ethiopia” on May 16. Additionally, Dr Laytin moderated a session at SAEM on “Global Health: Resuscitation Education in Resource-Limited Settings” on May 15.

Katie O’Conor, MD, co-hosted the 3rd annual Seeing and Serving Survivors of Human Trafficking Symposium in collaboration with the Baltimore City Human Trafficking Collaborative; B’more Safe; the Baltimore City Fire Department; the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood, Safety, and Engagement; and the International Association of Human Trafficking Investigators in April. Additionally, Dr O’Conor was a guest of honor and panelist at the annual Physicians Roundtable Dinner hosted by the Johns Hopkins University chapter of Lambda Epsilon Mu, the Latinx Pre-Health Honor Society.

Kate Rosenblatt, MD, MHS, presented two invited talks at the annual Harvard Anesthesiology Update in Boston, MA: “Perioperative Management of Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Overcoming the Disconnect Between Standards of Care of Acute Ischemic Stroke and Intracranial Hemorrhage” and “Physiology, Indications, and Perioperative Safe Practices: External Ventricular Drains (EVD) and Other Invasive Neuromonitoring Devices—A Management Tutorial for the Neuro- and Non-Neuro-anesthesia Practitioner”. Dr Rosenblatt was elected co-Vice President of eSAS (Early-Stage Anesthesiology Scholars) alongside Michael Devinney, Jr., MD, PhD, of Duke University. Additionally, Dr Rosenblatt served as an invited moderator of both the Oral Abstract Session on Critical Care and the Poster Session on Technology, Computing and Simulation, Equipment Monitoring at the IARS meeting in Seattle, WA.

Deborah Schwengel, MD, was appointed Associate Editor at MedEdPORTAL. Additionally, Dr Schwengel and Robert S. Greenberg, MD, gave a presentation entitled “Impromptu Mass Casualty Incident Management” at the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics – Anesthesia Section Meeting in Anaheim, CA.

Kara Segna, MD, was invited to give three lectures and two regional anesthesia workshops at the 39th Perioperative Medicine Conference hosted by ACCM in February. Dr Segna also gave a talk at the American Academy of Pain Meeting in March on “Strategies to Pass the Anesthesia Oral Board Exam”. The talk was nominated as top 12 in its category.

Vishank Shah, MD, presented two oral abstracts entitled “Functional and Patient-Centered Outcomes in Survivors of Severe ICH and IVH Needing Tracheostomy and Gastrostomy” and “Hemorrhage Risk with Combination of Antiplatelets and Anticoagulants for Secondary Stroke Prevention: A Cross-Sectional Cohort Study” at the European Stroke Organisation Conference in Basel, Switzerland.

Eellan Sivanesan, MD, presented “Mechanisms of Peripheral Nerve Stimulation and Spinal Cord Stimulation” and “Intrathecal Drug Delivery for Cancer-Related Pain: Pathophysiological Changes and Chemosensitivity after IDDS” at the International Neuromodulation Society (INS 2024) Biannual Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Dr Sivanesan also presented “Utility and Limitations of the MAUDE Database in Advancing Neuromodulation Outcomes” at the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS) Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

Jochen Steppan, MD, DESA, FAHA, FASA, moderated sessions entitled “How to Set Up a Collaborative Multi-Disciplinary Clinical Trial” and “Late Breaking Research Presentation” at the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists annual meeting. Dr Steppan also presented on “PBLD: Severe Pulmonary Hypertension and Noncardiac Surgery- Handle It Like an Expert” and “Staffing of the Heart Failure Patient for Non-Cardiac Surgery – Who? Where? Why? and How”. Dr Steppan was elected as the Chair of the COR-PM Committee, Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (Cardiovascular Outcomes Research in Perioperative Medicine).

Robert Stevens, MD, MBA, was an invited speaker at the Center for Advanced Medical Analytics, University of Virginia, on April 4, 2024. The title of his talk was “Computational Intensive Care”. Dr Stevens was also an invited speaker on Artificial Intelligence in Intensive Care, Revolutionizing Healthcare Series, University of Cambridge, on April 24, 2024. The title of his talk was “Laboratory of Computational Intensive Care Medicine”. Additionally, Dr Stevens was an invited speaker at the American Geriatric Society Annual Meeting on May 11, 2024. The title of his talk was “Predictive Analytics for Delirium Recognition”.

Jed Wolpaw, MD, MEd, was the Crawford Long Endowed Visiting Professor at Emory on April 10th and gave a talk entitled “Evidence Based Teaching and Feedback”. Dr Wolpaw was the Susan Black Endowed Visiting Professor at UAB on April 22–23, 2024 and gave a talk entitled “Evidence Based Teaching and Feedback” and a workshop entitled “Next Level Feedback: moving beyond the sandwich”.



 Clinical Research

Angrick M, Luo S, Rabbani Q, Candrea DN, Shah S, Milsap GW, Anderson WS, Gordon CR, Rosenblatt KR, Clawson L, Tippett DC, Maragakis N, Tenore FV, Fifer MS, Hermansky H, Ramsey NF, Crone NE. Online speech synthesis using a chronically implanted brain-computer interface in an individual with ALS. Sci Rep. 2024 Apr 26;14(1):9617. doi: 10.1038/s41598-024-60277-2.

Banks MC, Agrawal A, Bartels K, Nagrebetsky A. Perioperative tube feedings – common quesitons. ASA Monitor. 2024 Apr; 88:19. doi: 10.1097/01.ASM.0001010668.48792.18.

Cartagena-Reyes MA, Silva-Aponte JA, Nazario-Ferrer GI, Benes GA, Choudhary A, Raad M, Frank SM, Musharbash FN, Jain A. The cost-utility of intraoperative tranexamic acid in adult spinal deformity patients undergoing long posterior spinal fusion. Spine Deform 2024;12:587-593. doi: 10.1007/s43390-023-00818-3.

Choi UE, Nicholson RC, Frank SM, Cha S, Aziz H, Lester LC, Ariyo P, Cho BC, Hensley NB. Perioperative plasma in addition to red blood cell transfusions are associated with increased venous thromboembolism risk postoperatively. Anesth Analg. 2024 Feb 26. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000006850. Epub ahead of print.

Cohen SP, Caterina MJ, Yang SY, Socolovsky M, Sommer C. Pain in the context of sensory deafferentation. Anesthesiology. 2024 Apr 1;140(4):824-848. doi: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000004881.

Cohen SP, Kapural L, Kohan L, Li S, Hurley RW, Vallejo R, Eshraghi Y, Dinakar P, Durbhakula S, Beall DP, Desai MJ, Reece D, Christiansen S, Chang MH, Carinci AJ, DePalma M. Cooled radiofrequency ablation versus standard medical management for chronic sacroiliac joint pain: a multicenter, randomized comparative effectiveness study. Reg Anesth Pain Med. 2024 Mar 4;49(3):184-191. doi: 10.1136/rapm-2023-104568.

Cohen SP, Larkin TM, Weitzner AS, Dolomisiewicz E, Wang EJ, Hsu A, Anderson-White M, Smith MS, Zhao Z. Multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled crossover trial evaluating topical lidocaine for mechanical cervical pain. Anesthesiology. 2024 Mar 1;140(3):513-523. doi: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000004857.

Doshi TL, Sandbrink F, Cohen SP. Postamputation limb pain in military personnel: separate but equal or separate and never equal? Pain. 2024 Apr 1;165(4):723-724. doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000003095.

Frank SM, Hensley NB, Thomas AJ, Dawson CG, Resar LMS, Ulatowski JA, Crowe EP. Greater than sevenfold return on investment for a comprehensive patient blood management program with equivalent or improved outcomes. Anesth Analg. 2024 Jun 1;138(6):1345-1348. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000006862. Epub 2024 Mar 25.

Hu L, Adegboye J, Chang A, Hanna M, Jaremko K. Uncomplicated epidural removal in a patient on a therapeutic heparin infusion: a case report. Reg Anes Pain. Med. 2024 (accepted and in press, rapm-2024-105577.R1)

Ilfeld BM, Smith CR, Turan A, Mariano ER, Miller ME, Fisher RL, Trescot AM, Cohen SP, Eisenach JC, Sessler DI, Prologo JD, Mascha EJ, Liu L, Gabriel RA; PAINfRE Investigators. Smallest clinically meaningful improvement in amputation-related pain and brief pain inventory scores as defined by patient reports of global improvement after cryoneurolysis: a retrospective analysis of a randomized, controlled clinical trial. Anesth Analg. 2024 Mar 14. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000006833. Epub ahead of print.

Karri J, Cohen SP. High-intensity focused ultrasound as the savior for lumbar facet joint neurotomy: fact, fad, or fiction? Reg Anesth Pain Med. 2024 May 9:rapm-2024-105515. doi: 10.1136/rapm-2024-105515.

Liu O, Leo, D, Gough E, Hanna M, Jaremko K. A retrospective analysis of perioperative medications for opioid use disorder and tapering additional postsurgical opioids via a transitional pain service. Br J Clin Pharmacol. 2024 (accepted and in press, ms no. MPT-00043-24.R)

Mathur R, Meyfroidt G, Robba C, Stevens RD. Neuromonitoring in the ICU – what, how and why?. Curr Opin Crit Care. 2024;30(2):99-105. doi:10.1097/MCC.0000000000001138.

Munjupong S, Malaithong W, Chantrapannik E, Ratchano P, Tontisirin N, Cohen SP. Comparative-effectiveness study evaluating outcomes for transforaminal epidural steroid injections performed with 3% hypertonic saline or normal saline in lumbosacral radicular pain. Pain Med. 2024 Mar 21:pnae019. doi: 10.1093/pm/pnae019. Epub ahead of print.

Peene L, Cohen SP, Kallewaard JW, Wolff A, Huygen F, Gaag AV, Monique S, Vissers K, Gilligan C, Van Zundert J, Van Boxem K. Lumbosacral radicular pain. Pain Pract. 2024 Mar;24(3):525-552. doi: 10.1111/papr.13317.

Robba C, Battaglini D, Abbas A, Sarrió E, Cinotti R, Asehnoune K, Taccone FS, Rocco PR, Schultz MJ, Citerio G, Stevens RD, Badenes R; ENIO collaborators. Correction: Clinical practice and effect of carbon dioxide on outcomes in mechanically ventilated acute brain-injured patients: a secondary analysis of the ENIO study. Intensive Care Med. 2024 Feb;50(2):317-318. doi: 10.1007/s00134-024-07358-y. Erratum for: Intensive Care Med. 2024 Feb;50(2):234-246.

Taran S, Stevens RD, Perrot B, McCredie VA, Cinotti R, Asehnoune K, Pelosi P, Robba C; ENIO Study Group, on behalf of the PROtective VENTilation network, the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, the Colegio Mexicano de Medicina Critica, the Atlanréa group, and the La Société Française d’Anesthésie et de Réanimation (SFAR) research network. Incidence and outcomes of acute respiratory distress syndrome in brain-injured patients receiving invasive ventilation: a secondary analysis of the ENIO Study. J Intensive Care Med. 2024 Feb;39(2):136-145. doi: 10.1177/08850666231194532.

Wahlster S, Sharma M, Taran S, Town JA, Stevens RD, Cinotti R, Asehnoune K, Robba C; ENIO collaborators. Associations between driving pressure and clinical outcomes in acute brain injury: a subanalysis of ENIO. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2024 Mar 19. doi: 10.1164/rccm.202402-0402LE. Epub ahead of print.


Editorials and Commentaries

Peene L, Cohen SP, Brouwer B, Rathmell J, Wolff A, Van Boxem K, Van Zundert J. Update of evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses: cervical radicular pain response to Helm et al. Pain Pract 2024; 24: 686-687. doi: 10.1111/papr.13330.

Szadek K, Cohen SP, de Andrès Ares J, Steegers M, Van Zundert J, Kallewaard JW. Sacroiliac joint pain. Pain Pract. 2024 Apr;24(4):627-646. doi: 10.1111/papr.13338.

van de Minkelis J, Peene L, Cohen SP, Staats P, Al-Kaisy A, Van Boxem K, Kallewaard JW, Van Zundert J. Persistent spinal pain syndrome type 2. Pain Pract. 2024 Apr 14. doi: 10.1111/papr.13379. Epub ahead of print.

Van den Heuvel SAS, Cohen SPC, de Andrès Ares J, Van Boxem K, Kallewaard JW, Van Zundert J. 3. Pain originating from the lumbar facet joints. Pain Pract. 2024 Jan;24(1):160-176. doi: 10.1111/papr.13287.

Yaache M, Mitchell Y, Azefor T. The workforce venn of zen model. Healthcare Executive. May-June 2024.

Zuidema X, de Galan B, Brouwer B, Cohen SP, Eldabe S, Argoff CE, Huygen F, Van Zundert J. Painful diabetic polyneuropathy. Pain Pract. 2024 Feb;24(2):308-320. doi: 10.1111/papr.13308.


Education and Training

Bass GA, Chang CWJ, Sorce LR, Subramanian S, Laytin AD, Somodi R, Gray JR, Lane-Fall M, Kaplan LJ. Gamification in critical care education and practice. Crit Care Explor. 2024 Jan 19;6(1):e1034. doi: 10.1097/CCE.0000000000001034.

Durbhakula S, Wang TY, Segna KG, Limerick GR, Broachwala MY, Schatman ME, Zaidi MA, Siddarthan IJ, Toy S. Shifts in students’ attitudes towards pain patients, pain, and opioid management following a dedicated medical school pain curriculum. J Pain Res. 2024 Mar 2;17:827-835. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S447671.

Rayaz H, Yedavalli V, Sair H, Sharma G, Rowan NR, Tackett S, Infosino A, Nabipour S, Kothari P, Levine R, Ishii M, Yousem D, Agrawal Y, Skarupski K, Faraday N, Lee JK, Brady M. Staying virtual: a survey study of the virtual lecture experience in academic medicine. Anesth Analg. 2024 May 1;138(5):1020-1030. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000006490.


Global Health

Kassa S, Laytin AD. Long-term disability after trauma in Ethiopia: shedding light on a hidden epidemic. Trauma Surg Acute Care Open. 2024 Apr 24;9(1):e001473. doi: 10.1136/tsaco-2024-001473.

Sultan M, Zewdie A, Priyadarshani D, Hassen E, Tilahun M, Geremew T, Beane A, Haniffa R, Berenholtz SM, Checkley W, Hansoti B, Laytin AD. Implementing an ICU registry in Ethiopia-implications for critical care quality improvement. J Crit Care. 2024 Jun;81:154525. doi: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2024.154525.