Student Research Activity

Class of 2008-2009 (on-going)
  • Method and Effectiveness of Thermoregulation During Transport of Combat Wounded
  • An Observational Study Comparing Three Optical Laryngoscopes, One Optical Stylet Versus Direct Laryngoscopy in Combat Trauma Airway Training for Deploying Medical Providers Whom are Inexperienced at Intubation
  • Impact of Operational Conditions on Medication Concentration
  • Patterns of Thrombolytic Use for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction in Emergency Medicine Residency Training
  • Trends in Research Methodologies and Statistics in Original Disaster Medicine Articles Over a 3 Year Period
  • Timing of Aspirin in Acute ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
Class of 2007-2008
  • A Comparison of Ketorolac Tromethamine and Morphine in the Management of Acute Lower Back Pain in the Emergency Department
  • The Efficacy and Cost-effectiveness of Chest X-ray (CXR) Requests by TRIAGE Nurses in the Brooke Army Medical Center Emergency Department
  • Preventing Hypothermia: A Prospective Controlled Trial Comparing Current Devices Used by the US Army, Utilizing a Warmed Saline Model
  • Do Vending Machines Serve as a Reservoir for Nosocomial Pathogens?
  • Ultrasound Detection of Pneumothorax in Swine with Minimally Trained Sonographers: A Preliminary Study
  • Assessment of Risk Factors Predictive Of The Need For Pulmonary Venous Thromboembolism Assessment In A Chest-Pain Unit Population
Class of 2006-2007
  • George A. Barbee, DSc., PA-C, Steven Warren Salyer, PA-C; James D Barry, MD, James J Borys, ParmD, John A Ward, Ph.D. 2007. Mushrooms in North America. Advance for Physician Assistants 16(5): 44-46
  • Intravenous Zofran as a Single Agent Abortive Therapy for Migraine Headache in the Emergency Department Patient; a Double-Blinded, Drug Controlled Clinical Trial
  • Emergent Inter-facility Evacuation of Casualties in Combat: A Case Series of 98 Patients
  • Nebulized Naloxone: Is It Used Clinically To Reverse Opioid Toxicity?