PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
A snapshot of our academic portfolio
Hughes M, (PD - Sergel M.) The EM Section Interdisciplinary Idea Incubator: Presenter: Oral Presentation at IMSH: 2020 Jan 21, San Diego, CA
Hughes M, (PD - Sergel M.) Navigate a Career in Simulation: An Inter-professional Perspective: Presenter/Moderator. Oral Presentation at IMSH: 2020 January 21, San Diego, CA
Hughes M, (PD - Sergel M.) SSH Simulation Journal Club Presenter: October 2019
Article: “Simulation exercise to improve retention of cardiopulmonary resuscitation priorities for in-hospital cardiac arrests: a randomized controlled trial” Sullivan NJ, et. al. Resuscitation 2014; 86C: 6-13
Hoffman, J. (PD-Sergel M.) Educational. Benefits of Interactive Video Simulation. Lightening Oral Presentation- Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. May 2018
Mannix A, Hoffman J, Javed A, Desmond C MD, (PD - Sergel M.) Comparing Milestone-Driven Assessment and Gestalt-Driven Assessment in a Simulation-based Resuscitation Course. Lightening Oral Presentation- Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. May 2018
Mannix A, Hoffman J, Hock S, Young K, (PD - Sergel M.) The Night of the Nearly Dead. SimWars- American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting. October 2017
Winfield A – Cook County Simulation Fellow – (PD – Sergel M.)
October 2019 - American College of Emergency Physicians - Simulated Transvenous Pacemaker Lab - Instructor - Denver, CO
Mannix A, Hoffman J, Desmond C, (PD - Sergel M.) “Creation of a Milestone driven Simulation-based Resuscitation Course”. Poster Presentation- Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors Annual Meeting. April 2018
Sergel M, Lorme J. International Medical Simulation in Healthcare – Poster presentation “Simulation as a Training Tool for Resuscitation Quality Evaluation” Jan 2020
Sergel M, Brown C - Cook County Health Institutional Research Day – Poster presentation "Hospital-wide Resuscitation Quality Evaluations: How Can Medical Students Be Utilized?" December 2019
Sergel M, Lorme J – American Medical Association Exposition – Poster presentation "Hospital-wide Resuscitation Quality Evaluations: How Can Medical Students Be Utilized?" October 2019
Sergel M, Prince: Persistent hiccups as an atypical presenting complaint of COVID-19. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, YAJEM158916PII S0735-6757(20)30274-6 DOI
Winfield A, Sergel M - March 2020 – MedEDPortal Simulation Case Acceptance – MDMA Overdose - Jan 2020
Hock S, Lee E, Shah S, Petty K, (PD - Sergel M.) "Impact of a simulation-based Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation on provider procedural confidence in five rare procedures" ACEP National Conference 2017, Washington DC. Accepted abstract.
Hock S, Lee E, Shah S, Petty K, (PD - Sergel M.) "Validation of a procedural checklist for ultrasound-guided internal jugular central lines for ongoing evaluation of attending Emergency Medicine physicians " ACEP National Conference 2017, Washington DC. Accepted abstract.
Petty K, Lee E, Hock S. (PD – Sergel M.) “Impact of simulation-based Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation on provider confidence in five rare procedures” ICEP Spring Symposium Research Forum, Chicago IL. May 4, 2017
Routsolias, J, Sergel M, Bowman S, Mycyk M - Pharmacy-Led RSI Simulation Program Benefits Emergency Physicians – abstract accepted to North American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (NACCT) 2016 - Boston
Sergel M, Folk J, Lee M. High Fidelity Simulation Training Improves Team Performance in a Disaster Scenario. Abstract presented at the Disaster Preparedness Summit – Dallas – April 2016, Presented at Preparedness, Emergency Response, and Recovery Consortium and Exposition – March 2016.
Tauber, DT; Flood CT; Mahal V, Christian, E; Sergel M. Validation of Medical Students as Quality Observers During Emergency Resuscitation Events. Abstract accepted to the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Conference – May 2016.