This year's UW Department of Emergency Medicine annual Research Showcase featured groundbreaking research from faculty, residents, and students.

This year's presenters received the following awards: 

Best Resident Oral Presentation

David Murphy, MD
Title: Predicting ICU admissions over 24 hours among septic patients presenting with hypotension in the Emergency Department
Authors: David L. Murphy, MD;  Nicholas J. Johnson, MD; Nathan I. Shapiro, MD, MPH; M. Kennedy Hall, MD, MHS; Daniel J. Henning, MD, MPH

Best Resident Poster

Jacob Lebin, MD
Title: Rates of Naloxone Prescriptions Following Implementation of a Take Home Naloxone Program from the Emergency Department
Authors: Jacob A Lebin MD, Betty C Chen MD, Gina Korab PharmD BCPS, Karl Jablonowski MS, Lauren K Whiteside MD MS

Best Faculty Presentation 

Sachita Shah, MD
Title: Comparison of bedside screening methods for Frailty in Older Adult Trauma Patients
Authors: Sachita Shah MD, Mike Vrablik DO, Kevin Penn MD, Tom Campbell BA, Kaitlyn Kennedy BA, Stephen Kaplan MD, Tam Pham MD, May Reed MD

Best Student Presentation

Stephanie White, BA; Cameron Fisk, BS

Title (Stephanie's Presentation): Patient Perceptions of Emergency Department Discharge Quality
Authors: Stephanie White BA,  Fiona Gallahue MD, Joshua Newson BS, Amber Sabbatini MD MPH

Title (Cameron's Presentation): Lower-dose Epinephrine and Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes
Authors: Cameron A. Fisk BS, Michele Olsufka RN, Lihua Yin MBA, Andrew M. McCoy MD, Andrew J. Latimer MD, Charles Maynard PhD, Graham Nichol MD, Leonard A. Cobb MD, Michael R. Sayre MD

Most Innovative

Molly Tolins, MD
Title: The Association Between Arterial Carbon Dioxide Tension, Minute Ventilation, And Neurological Outcome After Cardiac Arrest Authors: Molly L Tolins MD, Daniel J Henning MD MPH, David F Gaieski MD, Anne V Grossestreuer MS, Alison Jaworski MD, Nicholas J Johnson MD

Most Potential to Change Practice

Paul Charlton, MD, MA
Title: De-escalation: Prelude to a Take-Down
Authors: Paul Charlton, MD, MA

Medical Student, Stephanie White, presenting her work