Dimitrios Papanagnou

TitleAsst Dean
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentEmergency Medicine
Address1020 Sansom St.
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone215-955-6844
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    1. Qiu G, Papanagnou D, Lopez B. Curriculum Mapping to Enhance Antiracism Education in an Undergraduate Medical Education Program. Cureus. 2024 Jun; 16(6):e62089. PMID: 38863773.
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    2. Pulia MS, Papanagnou D, Croskerry P. The Quest for Diagnostic Excellence in the Emergency Department. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2024 Jul; 50(7):475-477. PMID: 38824059.
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    3. El Fadel O, Goldberg ZN, Jain A, Venkat N, Upadhyaya A, Mack S, Kaminski M, Papanagnou D, Ziring D, Hayden G. Integrating Choosing Wisely, Value-Based Care Principles, Into Undergraduate Medical Education: A Pilot Study. Cureus. 2024 Mar; 16(3):e56912. PMID: 38528995.
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    4. Villa S, Caretta-Weyer H, Yarris LM, Clarke SO, Coates WC, Sokol KA, Jurvis A, Papanagnou D, Ahn J, Hillman E, Camejo M, Deiorio N, Fischer KM, Wolff M, Estes M, Dimeo S, Jordan J. Development of entrustable professional activities for emergency medicine medical education fellowships: A modified Delphi study. AEM Educ Train. 2024 Feb; 8(1):e10944. PMID: 38504805.
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    5. Vaid U, Lundgren H, Watkins KE, Ziring D, Alcid GA, Marsick VJ, Papanagnou D. Making decisions "in the dark": Learning through uncertainty in clinical practice during Covid-19. AEM Educ Train. 2023 Oct; 7(5):e10909. PMID: 37791137.
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    6. Nguyen MK, Anthony SP, Manganiello MP, Bell KA, Papanagnou D. An Interactive Module to Enhance Clinical and Non-clinical Communication Skills With LGBTQIA2S+ Patients. Cureus. 2023 Sep; 15(9):e44999. PMID: 37701162.
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    7. Rusnack F, Papanagnou D, Reopelle K, Devlin D, Kilpatrick J, Ogle M, Stephens M, Ziring D, Ankam N. Navigating Uncertainty in Clinical Practice: A Workshop to Prepare Medical Students to Problem-Solve During Complex Clinical Challenges. MedEdPORTAL. 2023; 19:11334. PMID: 37564325.
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    8. Dilg S, Pulia MS, Papanagnou D. Being explicit about the uncertainty of clinical practice in training. AEM Educ Train. 2023 Jun; 7(3):e10885. PMID: 37361191.
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    9. Ebbott D, Papanagnou D. What regenerative agriculture can teach medical students about human health. Int J Med Educ. 2023 05 30; 14:63-64. PMID: 37257159.
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    10. Pandit K, Healy E, Todman R, Kingon A, Wright M, Raymond M, Hill J, Jeffrey J, Papanagnou D, Tedeschi C. Disaster Triage Skills Training: An Introductory Virtual Simulation for Medical Students. Cureus. 2023 May; 15(5):e39417. PMID: 37250611.
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    11. Papanagnou D, Ziring D. The Longitudinal and Vertical Integration of Health Systems Science in an Undergraduate Medical Education Program: A Means to Support "Curricular Elasticity". Cureus. 2023 May; 15(5):e38591. PMID: 37153837.
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    12. Papanagnou D, Ankam N, Feingold-Link J, Poluch M, Kilpatrick J, Fernandez A, Vaid U, Ziring D. Practical tips for moving your patient panel online. MedEdPublish (2016). 2023; 13:19. PMID: 37089867.
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    13. Ogle M, Papanagnou D, Reopelle K, Rusnack F, Feingold-Link J, Poluch M, Ankam N. Intolerance of uncertainty and attitudes towards persons living with disabilities in medical students: Is there a correlation? Front Public Health. 2023; 11:1149725. PMID: 37033010.
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    14. Hayes PM, Cherney A, Papanagnou D. An Interactive Module to Teach Common Biostatistical Tests to Learners in the Health Professions. Cureus. 2023 Mar; 15(3):e36125. PMID: 36937132.
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    15. Papanagnou D, Corliss S, Richards JJ, Artino AR, Schwartzstein R. Progression of Self-Directed Learning in Health Professions Education: Clarifying Terms and Processes. Acad Med. 2023 Feb 21. PMID: 36812060.
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    16. Pulia MS, Papanagnou D, Santhosh L. Time to Reimagine Diagnosis in the Acute Care Setting. Acad Emerg Med. 2023 Feb 10. PMID: 36764669.
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    17. Rising KL, Cameron KA, Salzman DH, Papanagnou D, Doty AMB, Piserchia K, Leiby BE, Shimada A, McGaghie WC, Powell RE, Klein MR, Zhang XC, Vozenilek J, McCarthy DM. Communicating Diagnostic Uncertainty at Emergency Department Discharge: A Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Randomized Trial. Acad Med. 2022 Oct 04. PMID: 36205492.
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    18. Endres P, Ziring D, Papanagnou D. Medical student sensitivity training on the differences in sex development. Int J Med Educ. 2022 09 28; 13:259-260. PMID: 36183191.
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    19. Gordon D, Achuck K, Kempner D, Jaffe R, Papanagnou D. Toward Unity and Inclusion in the Clinical Workplace: An Evaluation of Healthcare Workforce Belonging During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Cureus. 2022 Sep; 14(9):e29454. PMID: 36312604.
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    20. Beaulieu AM, Bambach K, Bandolin NS, Barnes D, Messman A, Papanagnou D, Rathlev NK, Reznek MA, Schnapp B, King AM. From the ground up: Creating and leading fellowship programs in emergency medicine. AEM Educ Train. 2022 Jun; 6(Suppl 1):S77-S84. PMID: 35783085.
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    21. Poluch M, Feingold-Link J, Papanagnou D, Kilpatrick J, Ziring D, Ankam N. Intolerance of Uncertainty and Self-Compassion in Medical Students: Is There a Relationship and Why Should We Care? J Med Educ Curric Dev. 2022 Jan-Dec; 9:23821205221077063. PMID: 35602091.
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    22. Papanagnou D, Watkins KE, Lundgren H, Alcid GA, Ziring D, Marsick VJ. Informal and Incidental Learning in the Clinical Learning Environment: Learning Through Complexity and Uncertainty During COVID-19. Acad Med. 2022 May 03. PMID: 35476789.
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    23. O'Connell A, Greco S, Zhan T, Brader T, Crossman M, Naples R, Sielicki A, Gallagher MS, Tomaselli P, Papanagnou D. Analyzing the effect of interview time and day on emergency medicine residency interview scores. BMC Med Educ. 2022 Apr 26; 22(1):320. PMID: 35473553.
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    24. O'Connell A, Alvarez A, Tomaselli P, Au A, Papanagnou D, Lewiss RE. A Point-of-Care Ultrasound Rotation for Medical Education Fellows in Emergency Medicine. POCUS J. 2022; 7(1):120-123. PMID: 36896272.
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    25. Jaffe R, Zavodnick J, Papanagnou D, Zhang XC, Diemer G. Patient Safety Escape Room: A Team Simulation in Recognizing and Reporting Patient Safety Hazards. Am J Med Qual. 2022 Mar-Apr 01; 37(2):166-172. PMID: 35230993.
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    26. Poluch M, Feingold-Link J, Ankam N, Kilpatrick J, Cameron K, Chandra S, Doty A, Klein M, McCarthy D, Rising K, Salzman D, Ziring D, Papanagnou D. I Don't Have a Diagnosis for You: Preparing Medical Students to Communicate Diagnostic Uncertainty in the Emergency Department. MedEdPORTAL. 2022; 18:11218. PMID: 35178469.
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    27. Yilmaz Y, Papanagnou D, Fornari A, Chan TM. The Learning Loop: Conceptualizing Just-in-Time Faculty Development. AEM Educ Train. 2022 Feb; 6(1):e10722. PMID: 35224408.
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    28. MacDonald B, MacDonald N, Garcia J, Zhang XC, Papanagnou D. Principles of Hypotensive Shock: A Video Introduction to Pathophysiology and Treatment Strategies. J Educ Teach Emerg Med. 2022 Jan; 7(1):L1-L10. PMID: 37483400.
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    29. Lombardo J, Ko K, Shimada A, Nelson N, Wright C, Chen J, Maity A, Ruggiero ML, Richard S, Papanagnou D, Mitchell E, Leader A, Simone NL. Perceptions of and barriers to cancer screening by the sexual and gender minority community: a glimpse into the health care disparity. Cancer Causes Control. 2022 Apr; 33(4):559-582. PMID: 34984592.
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    30. Yilmaz Y, Papanagnou D, Fornari A, Chan TM. Just-in-Time Continuing Education: Perceived and Unperceived, Pull and Push Taxonomy. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2022 04 01; 42(2):125-129. PMID: 34966109.
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    31. Doty AM, Rising KL, Hsiao T, Amadio G, Gentsch AT, Salcedo VJ, McElwee I, Cameron KA, Salzman DH, Papanagnou D, McCarthy DM. "Unfortunately, I don't have an answer for you": How resident physicians communicate diagnostic uncertainty to patients during emergency department discharge. Patient Educ Couns. 2021 Dec 09. PMID: 35168855.
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    32. Papanagnou D, Ankam N, Ebbott D, Ziring D. Towards a medical school curriculum for uncertainty in clinical practice. Med Educ Online. 2021 Dec; 26(1):1972762. PMID: 34459363.
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    33. Papanagnou D, Ankam N, Ebbott D, Ziring D. Preparing Medical Students for Uncertainty in Clinical Practice: Recommendations for Clinical Clerkships. Acad Med. 2021 11 01; 96(11S):S210-S211. PMID: 34705712.
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    34. McCarthy DM, Formella KT, Ou EZ, Vozenilek JA, Cameron KA, Salzman DH, Doty AM, Piserchia K, Papanagnou D, Rising KL. There's an app for that: Teaching residents to communicate diagnostic uncertainty through a mobile gaming application. Patient Educ Couns. 2021 Oct 05. PMID: 34674922.
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    35. McKnight R, Papanagnou D. Coaching junior faculty for the uncertainties of academic professional practice. Int J Med Educ. 2021 Sep 30; 12:179-180. PMID: 34592715.
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    36. Papanagnou D, Jaffe R, Ziring D. Highlighting a curricular need: Uncertainty, COVID-19, and health systems science. Health Sci Rep. 2021 Sep; 4(3):e363. PMID: 34485705.
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    37. Papanagnou D, Klein MR, Zhang XC, Cameron KA, Doty A, McCarthy DM, Rising KL, Salzman DH. Developing standardized patient-based cases for communication training: lessons learned from training residents to communicate diagnostic uncertainty. Adv Simul (Lond). 2021 Jul 22; 6(1):26. PMID: 34294153.
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    38. Crossman M, Papanagnou D, Sullivan T, Zhang XC. Virtual grand rounds in COVID-19: A financial analysis. Acad Emerg Med. 2021 04; 28(4):480-482. PMID: 33527635.
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    39. Papanagnou D, Capobianco S, Jean J. Hydroxychloroquine-Induced cutaneous reaction in treatment of COVID-19. Vis J Emerg Med. 2021 Jan; 22:100979. PMID: 33786383.
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    40. Raikin J, Hall RV, Papanagnou D. "Trauma to the Eye"-A Low Fidelity Resident Teaching Module for Identifying and Treating a Retrobulbar Hematoma. MedEdPORTAL. 2021 01 25; 17:11075. PMID: 33521252.
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    41. Ziring D, Berg K, Mingioni N, Papanagnou D, Vaid U, Herrine S. Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Acad Med. 2020 Sep; 95(9S A Snapshot of Medical Student Education in the United States and Canada: Reports From 145 Schools):S444-S448. PMID: 33626740.
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    42. Husain A, Repanshek Z, Singh M, Ankel F, Beck-Esmay J, Cabrera D, Chan TM, Cooney R, Gisondi M, Gottlieb M, Khadpe J, Repanshek J, Mason J, Papanagnou D, Riddell J, Trueger NS, Zaver F, Brumfield E. Consensus Guidelines for Digital Scholarship in Academic Promotion. West J Emerg Med. 2020 Jul 08; 21(4):883-891. PMID: 32726260.
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    43. O'Connell A, Siddiqui M, Sielicki A, Naples R, Papanagnou D. A Workshop to Reflect on Personal Resilience in Emergency Medicine Residents: Applying the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale, Visual Explorer, and the Critical Incident Questionnaire to Support Introspection. Cureus. 2020 Jun 13; 12(6):e8597. PMID: 32676237.
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    44. Chandra S, Laoteppitaks C, Mingioni N, Papanagnou D. Zooming-Out COVID: Virtual Clinical Experiences in an Emergency Medicine Clerkship. Med Educ. 2020 Jun 05. PMID: 32502282.
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    45. MacDonald N, Garcia J, Kane GC, Zhang XC, Papanagnou D. A Just-in-Time Video Primer on Pneumothorax Pathophysiology and Early Management. J Educ Teach Emerg Med. 2020 Apr; 5(2):L20-L31. PMID: 37465408.
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    46. Rising KL, Powell RE, Cameron KA, Salzman DH, Papanagnou D, Doty AMB, Latimer L, Piserchia K, McGaghie WC, McCarthy DM. Development of the Uncertainty Communication Checklist: A Patient-Centered Approach to Patient Discharge From the Emergency Department. Acad Med. 2020 Feb 25. PMID: 32101919.
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    47. McCarthy DM, Powell RE, Cameron KA, Salzman DH, Papanagnou D, Doty AM, Leiby BE, Piserchia K, Klein MR, Zhang XC, McGaghie WC, Rising KL. Simulation-based mastery learning compared to standard education for discussing diagnostic uncertainty with patients in the emergency department: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Med Educ. 2020 Feb 19; 20(1):49. PMID: 32070353.
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    48. Zhang XC, Balakumar A, Rodriguez C, Sielicki A, Papanagnou D. The Zoom Picture Book Game: A Creative Way to Promote Teamwork in Undergraduate Medical Education. Cureus. 2020 Feb 12; 12(2):e6964. PMID: 32190511.
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    49. Salzman DH, Rising KL, Cameron KA, Powell RE, Papanagnou D, Doty A, Piserchia K, Latimer L, McGaghie WC, McCarthy DM. Setting a Minimum Passing Standard for the Uncertainty Communication Checklist Through Patient and Physician Engagement. J Grad Med Educ. 2020 Feb; 12(1):58-65. PMID: 32089795.
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    50. Diemer G, Jaffe R, Papanagnou D, Zhang XC, Zavodnick J. Patient Safety Escape Room: A Graduate Medical Education Simulation for Event Reporting. MedEdPORTAL. 2019 Dec 27; 15:10868. PMID: 32342008.
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    51. Papanagnou D, Messman AM, Branzetti J, Diemer G, Hobgood C, Hopson LR, Regan L, Zhang XC, Gisondi MA. The Vice Chair of Education in Emergency Medicine: A Workforce Study to Establish the Role, Clarify Responsibilities, and Plan for Success. AEM Educ Train. 2020 Feb; 4(Suppl 1):S5-S12. PMID: 32072103.
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    52. Fernandez C, Papanagnou D, Kushner M, Leiby BE, Den RB. Feasibility and Impact of Emotional Intelligence Evaluation in Radiation Oncology Residency Interviews. J Am Coll Radiol. 2019 Oct 19. PMID: 31639361.
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    53. Siddiqui M, Papanagnou D, Bruno S, Novielli K. The Case for Revamping New Faculty Orientation: Integrating Case-Based Learning Into Faculty Onboarding. MedEdPORTAL. 2019 Oct 18; 15:10843. PMID: 31911934.
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    54. Balakumar A, Lao B, Papanagnou D, Zhang XC. Isolated Axillary Lymphadenitis Due to Bartonella Infection in an Immunocompromised Patient. Cureus. 2019 Aug 21; 11(8):e5456. PMID: 31656708.
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    55. Rodriguez C, Rahman NA, London K, Naples R, Buttar S, Zhang XC, Lee H, Rudner J, Papanagnou D. An Evaluation of Risk Attitudes and Risk Tolerance in Emergency Medicine Residents. Cureus. 2019 Apr 13; 11(4):e4451. PMID: 31205837.
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    56. Zhang XC, Abrams M, Papanagnou D. A Curious Critic's Guide on Writing a Five-star Student Evaluation: Five Lessons Learned from Food Blogging. Cureus. 2019 Apr 03; 11(4):e4372. PMID: 31218137.
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    57. Lee H, Papanagnou D, Berman M, Zhang XC. Man With Sudden Paralysis: Insidious Spinal Cord Infarction due to a?Non-Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. J Emerg Med. 2019 Apr; 56(4):413-416. PMID: 30824267.
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    58. Zhang XC, Diemer G, Lee H, Jaffe R, Papanagnou D. Finding the 'QR' to Patient Safety: Applying Gamification to Incorporate Patient Safety Priorities Through a Simulated 'Escape Room' Experience. Cureus. 2019 Feb 05; 11(2):e4014. PMID: 31007972.
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    59. Wanner GK, Phillips AW, Papanagnou D. Assessing the use of social media in physician assistant education. Int J Med Educ. 2019 Jan 29; 10:23-28. PMID: 30694797.
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    60. Salerno N, Papanagnou D, Mahesh P, Bowers KM, Pasichow SH, Paradise S, Zhang XC. Challenging Hazards Amidst Observational Simulation in the Emergency Department: Advancing Gamification in Simulation Education Through a Novel Resident-led Skills Competition. Cureus. 2018 Nov 08; 10(11):e3563. PMID: 30648095.
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    61. Lau L, Papanagnou D, Smith E, Waters C, Teixeira E, Zhang XC. A novel biosimulation task trainer for the deliberate practice of resuscitative hysterotomy. Adv Simul (Lond). 2018; 3:19. PMID: 30305937.
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    62. Tomaselli PJ, Papanagnou D, Karademos JE, Teixeira E, Zhang XC. Gamification of Hospital Utilization: Incorporating Cost-consciousness in Daily Practices. Cureus. 2018 Aug 03; 10(8):e3094. PMID: 30324047.
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    63. Rich C, Papanagnou D, Curley D, Zhang XC. Neurosyphilis: A Simulation Case for Emergency Medicine Residents. Cureus. 2018 Jul 16; 10(7):e2984. PMID: 30237945.
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    64. Zhang XC, Tran AH, Papanagnou D. A Curious Researcher's Guide on Successfully Publishing Scientific Manuscripts. Cureus. 2018 May 24; 10(5):e2683. PMID: 30050738.
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    65. Abrams M, Papanagnou D, Rodriguez C, Rudner J, Lee H, Buttar S, Hall RV, Zhang XC. Ice-man Down: Using Simulation to Practice the Safe Extrication of Collapsed Hockey Players in a Confined Space. Cureus. 2018 May 14; 10(5):e2622. PMID: 30027014.
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    66. Zhang XC, Lee H, Rodriguez C, Rudner J, Papanagnou D. A Novel Approach to Debriefing Medical Simulations: The Six Thinking Hats. Cureus. 2018 Apr 27; 10(4):e2543. PMID: 29963337.
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    67. Buttar S, Trivedi A, Papanagnou D. Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Disorder in a Patient with a Chief Complaint of Headache. Cureus. 2018 Apr 16; 10(4):e2487. PMID: 29922528.
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    68. Papanagnou D, Stone D, Chandra S, Watts P, Chang AM, Hollander JE. Integrating Telehealth Emergency Department Follow-up Visits into Residency Training. Cureus. 2018 Apr 05; 10(4):e2433. PMID: 29876155.
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    69. Zhang XC, Lee H, Rodriguez C, Rudner J, Chan TM, Papanagnou D. Trapped as a Group, Escape as a Team: Applying Gamification to Incorporate Team-building Skills Through an 'Escape Room' Experience. Cureus. 2018 Mar 02; 10(3):e2256. PMID: 29725559.
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    70. Papanagnou D, Lee H, Rodriguez C, Zhang XCC, Rudner J. Not Your Typical Simulation Workshop: Using LEGOs to Train Medical Students on the Practice of Effective Communication. Cureus. 2018 Jan 21; 10(1):e2094. PMID: 29568715.
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    71. Rising KL, Papanagnou D, McCarthy D, Gentsch A, Powell R. Emergency Medicine Resident Perceptions About the Need for Increased Training in Communicating Diagnostic Uncertainty. Cureus. 2018 Jan 19; 10(1):e2088. PMID: 29564193.
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    72. Papanagnou D, Linder K, Shah A, London KS, Chandra S, Naples R. An assessment of emotional intelligence in emergency medicine resident physicians. Int J Med Educ. 2017 Dec 27; 8:439-445. PMID: 29286282.
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    73. Goldflam K, Papanagnou D, Lewiss RE. Emergency Ultrasound: A Survey Study of Fellowship Graduate Characteristics and Career Paths. J Ultrasound Med. 2018 Feb; 37(2):487-492. PMID: 28990219.
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    74. Hollander JE, Davis TM, Doarn C, Goldwater JC, Klasko S, Lowery C, Papanagnou D, Rasmussen P, Sites FD, Stone D, Carr BG. Recommendations from the First National Academic Consortium of Telehealth. Popul Health Manag. 2018 08; 21(4):271-277. PMID: 28976250.
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    75. Papanagnou D. Telesimulation: A Paradigm Shift for Simulation Education. AEM Educ Train. 2017 Apr; 1(2):137-139. PMID: 30051024.
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    76. Papanagnou D, Secko M, Gullett J, Stone M, Zehtabchi S. Clinician-Performed Bedside Ultrasound in Improving Diagnostic Accuracy in Patients Presenting to the ED with Acute Dyspnea. West J Emerg Med. 2017 Apr; 18(3):382-389. PMID: 28435488.
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    77. Jain A, Mehta N, Secko M, Schechter J, Papanagnou D, Pandya S, Sinert R. History, Physical Examination, Laboratory Testing, and Emergency Department Ultrasonography for the Diagnosis of Acute Cholecystitis. Acad Emerg Med. 2017 03; 24(3):281-297. PMID: 27862628.
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    78. Nadir NA, Bentley S, Papanagnou D, Bajaj K, Rinnert S, Sinert R. Characteristics of Real-Time, Non-Critical Incident Debriefing Practices in the Emergency Department. West J Emerg Med. 2017 Jan; 18(1):146-151. PMID: 28116028.
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    79. Cooper MI, Papanagnou D, Meguerdichian M, Bajaj K. Emergency Obstetrics for the Emergency Medicine Provider. MedEdPORTAL. 2016 Oct 13; 12:10481. PMID: 30984823.
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    80. Chan TM, Gottlieb M, Fant AL, Messman A, Robinson DW, Cooney RR, Papanagnou D, Yarris LM. Academic Primer Series: Five Key Papers Fostering Educational Scholarship in Junior Academic Faculty. West J Emerg Med. 2016 Sep; 17(5):519-26. PMID: 27625714.
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    81. Papanagnou D, Serrano A, Barkley K, Chandra S, Governatori N, Piela N, Wanner GK, Shin R. Does tailoring instructional style to a medical student's self-perceived learning style improve performance when teaching intravenous catheter placement? A randomized controlled study. BMC Med Educ. 2016; 16(1):205. PMID: 27520578.
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    82. Aluisio AR, Daniel P, Grock A, Freedman J, Singh A, Papanagnou D, Arquilla B. Case-based Learning Outperformed Simulation Exercises in Disaster Preparedness Education Among Nursing Trainees in India: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016 Oct; 31(5):516-23. PMID: 27491847.
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    83. Au AK, Steinberg D, Thom C, Shirazi M, Papanagnou D, Ku BS, Fields JM. Ultrasound measurement of inferior vena cava collapse predicts propofol-induced hypotension. Am J Emerg Med. 2016 Jun; 34(6):1125-8. PMID: 27090394.
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    84. Stone MB, Papanagnou D. Emergency ultrasound identification of pneumoperitoneum. Acad Emerg Med. 2011 Mar; 18(3):e30. PMID: 20222900.
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    85. Papanagnou D, Stone MB. Massive right atrial thrombus masquerading as cardiac tamponade. Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Feb; 17(2):E11. PMID: 20070265.
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