Dr. Josh Mugele has recently published an article in AEM Education and Training about intuition, bias, and decision-making in the emergency department. http://doi.org/10.1002/aet2.10657
Northeast Georgia toxicologist, Dr. Kartik Shah published a study on the use of high-dose NAC in patients with acetaminophen overdose in the Journal of Clinical Toxicology. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34549670/
Dr. Mugele participated in a NEJM Resident 360 Online panel discussion titled “Do I need an online presence? Social media as a medical student, resident, and beyond”
Welcome to our new faculty — Dr. Hersh Mathur, who is trained in med/peds and in emergency medicine, Dr. Spencer Masiewicz who just completed his EMS fellowship, and Dr. Grace Dion who just finished her ultrasound fellowship. They are all excited and eager to teach.
Dr. Kartik Shah published a case report in the Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians in July 2021 about a child with a VP shunt that eroded into their bowel.
In June 2021, the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Emergency Department in Gainesville became one of the first emergency departments in the region to offer Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorder. These efforts were spearheaded by Dr. Alison Ruch.
Emergency Medicine Faculty, Dr. Antoine Leflore giving a talk on unconscious bias to the entire hospital system https://twitter.com/GMEEmergencyMed/status/1393234420178563072/photo/1
Dr. Mugele participated as a part of a virtual panel for an ACEP/EMRA Diversity Mentoring Initiative Mixer. The title of the discussion was “Transitioning to the Next Stage of Your Career: Residency & Beyond.”
Dr. Mugele interviewed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about his time he spent in New York at the beginning of the COVID pandemic. https://www.ajc.com/news/state–regional/almost-little-defeated-georgia-doctor-fought-covid/s5F7r3zP3sHWMcX3S12tNP/“
Dr. Mugele is profiled by a local news station for volunteering to work in New York at the beginning of the COVID pandemic. https://accesswdun.com/article/2020/4/894316/ngmc-er-doctor-goes-to-nyc-join-covid-19-fight“
Dr. Mugele speaks with the British Medical Journal for their podcast about healthcare disparities highlighted during the COVID pandemic. https://blogs.bmj.com/medical-humanities/2021/02/04/what-becomes-of-us-health-disparity-in-pandemic/“
Dr. Mugele is profiled by CNBC in a piece about hospital volunteers during the COVID pandemic. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/09/medical-workers-help-covid-19-fight-in-hotspots-but-might-be-needed-at-home.html“
Dr. Mugele is profiled by the US News about the time he spent volunteering in New York during the COVID pandemic. https://health.usnews.com/hospital-heroes/articles/dispatched-to-the-coronavirus-epicenter-a-volunteer’s-new-york-story“
Dr. Anitha Mathew and Dr. Josh Mugele published a photo quiz article in the American Journal of Family Medicine titled ‘Multifocal Pneumonia: Fever, Cough, and Dyspnea’. https://www.aafp.org/afp/2021/0415/p503.html”
Dr. Shehzad Muhamed published a brief report in the Pain Management and Addiction section of ACEP titled ‘Low-Dose Ketamine for Pediatric Sickle Cell Pain Crisis.’ https://www.acep.org/how-we-serve/sections/pain-management/news/january-2021/low-dose-ketamine-for-pediatric-sickle-cell-pain-crisis/
Dr. Josh Mugele collaborated with a number of authors from Twitter to publish a guide to documenting social media engagement as academic scholarship in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. https://www.jmir.org/2020/12/e25070/
Dr. Josh Mugele and some of his previous colleagues from Indiana University School of Medicine published a study on the qualities important in the selection of chief residents. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7205358/?report=reader
Dr. Tomo Oshimura and others at NGMC got an abstract accepted in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology looking at the association of BMI and out of hospital cardiac arrest survival and outcomes. https://www.jacc.org/doi/full/10.1016/S0735-1097%2820%2931964-1
Dr. Tomo Oshimura and others at NGMC got an abstract accepted in the journal Circulation validating the Cardiac Arrest Hospital Prognosis (CAHP) Score. https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/circ.142.suppl_4.310”