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Ralph C Wang, Robert M Rodriguez, Michelle Moghadassi, Vicki Noble, John Bailitz, Mike Mallin, Jill Corbo, Tarina L Kang, Phillip Chu, Steve Shiboski, Rebecca Smith-Bindman
STUDY OBJECTIVE: The STONE score is a clinical decision rule that classifies patients with suspected nephrolithiasis into low-, moderate-, and high-score groups, with corresponding probabilities of ureteral stone. We evaluate the STONE scoreĀ in a multi-institutional cohort compared with physician gestalt and hypothesize that it has a sufficiently high specificity to allow clinicians to defer computed tomography (CT) scan in patients with suspected nephrolithiasis. METHODS: We assessed the STONE score with data from a randomized trial for participants with suspected nephrolithiasis who enrolled at 9 emergency departments between October 2011 and February 2013...
April 2016: Annals of Emergency Medicine
Mike Mallin, Matt Dawson
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September 2015: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Mike Mallin, Sarah Schlein, Shaneen Doctor, Susan Stroud, Matthew Dawson, Megan Fix
PROBLEM: Medical education is transitioning from traditional learning methods. Resident interest in easily accessible education materials is forcing educators to reevaluate teaching methodology. APPROACH: To determine emergency medicine residents' current methods of and preferences for obtaining medical knowledge, the authors created a survey and sent it to residents, at all levels of training throughout the United States, whose e-mail addresses were available via their residency's official Web site (June-December 2012)...
April 2014: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
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