Published Research

Click on the works below to access research published by members of the NB Trauma Program:

2018

French J., Maclean D., Fraser J., Benjamin S., Atkinson P. (2018). P050: How aware is safe enough? Situational awareness is higher in safer teams doing simulated emergency airway cases. Can J Emerg Med, 20(S1), S74-S74. 

French J., Maclean D., David K., McCoy A., Benjamin S., Fraser J., Pishe T., Atkinson P.(2018). P049: Changes in situational awareness of emergency teams in simulated trauma cases using an RSI checklist. Can J Emerg Med, 20(S1), S74-S74.

French J., David K., Benjamin S., Fraser J., Mekwan J., Atkinson P. (2018)MP19: Interprofessional airway microskill checklists facilitate the deliberate practice of direct intubation with a bougie and airway manikins. Can J Emerg Med, 20(S1), S47-S47.

French J., David K., Benjamin S., Fraser J., Mekwan  J., Atkinson P. (2018). Interprofessional airway microskill checklists facilitate the deliberate practice of surgical cricothyrotomy with 3-D printed surgical airway trainers. Can J Emerg Med, 20(S1), S73-S74.

Hayre J., Rouse C., French J., Fraser J., Watson I., Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Stoica G., Sealy B., Erdogan M., Green R., Atkinson P. (2018) A traumatic tale of two cities: A comparison of outcomes for adults with major trauma who present to differing trauma centres in neighbouring Canadian provinces. Can J Em Med 20(2); 191-199.

Watson I., Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Ellis K., Pishe T. (2018) Rollover motor vehicle crashes in New Brunswick: A descriptive study. Can J Surg 61 (2 Supp 1) S9.

Watson I., Ellis K., Chisholm A., Pishe T. (2018) Does the presence of CT scanning in level V centres delay access to defintive care ? A retrospective review from New Brunswick’s inclusive trauma system. Can J Surg 61 (2 Supp 1) S9.

Benjamin S., Watson I., Chisholm A., Pishe T. (2018) An evaluation of overtriage in New Brunswick’s field trauma triage system. Can J Surg 61 (2 Supp 1) S9.

Benjamin S., Watson I., Chisholm A., Pishe T. (2018) Major trauma and field trauma triage in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 61 (2 Supp 1) S10.

Robinson B., Ellis K., Holland M., Chisholm A., Watson I. (2018) Building a model for assessing trauma-related mortality in a rural trauma system. Can J Surg 61 (2 Supp 1) S10.

 

2017

Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Watson I., Pishe T. (2017) Understanding clinical hip fracture variation in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 60 (3 Supp 2) S23.

Louis R., Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Pishe T., Watson I. (2017) Concussion and admission diagnosis among seniors who fall: A descriptive analysis. Can J Surg 60 (3 Supp 2) S32.

 

2016

McLean D., French J., Fraser J., Benjamin S., Atkinson P. (2016) Does the use of an RSI checklist and equipment silhouette in simulated emergency scenarios improve team performance and operational safety? Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S18.

Benjamin S., Hogan A., Watson I., French J. (2016) Exposure to major trauma patients and safety critical procedures. Part 1: Risk and reliability. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S18.

Orchard J., Cormier C., Chisholm A., French J., Pishe T., Watson I. (2016) Impact of a prealert program for air ambulance response to major trauma patients in a provincial, inclusive trauma program: The New Brunswick experience. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Woodford S., Hogan A., Watson I. (2016) Impact of repeated offering of the Rural Trauma Team Development Course (RTTDC) on trauma transfer intervals in a provincial, inclusive system. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Kenney M., French J., Fraser J., Phlean of Emer B., Watson I., Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Atkinson A. (2016) Out in the sticks and stones may break your bones, but does rurality surely hurt you? Trauma patient health equality in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Benjamin S., Hogan A., Chisholm A., Watson I. (2016) The timely use of tranexamic acid in trauma. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S20.

 

2015

Phelan B., Fraser J., Pishe T., Middleton J., Chisholm A., Benjamin S., Watson I., Atkinson P. (2015) Severe trauma in the province of New Brunswick: A descriptive epidemiological study. Can J Em Med 17 (Supp1) s77.

Chisholm A., Benjamin S., Hogan A., Woodford S., Watson I. (2015) All in the family: Creating and implementing an inclusive provincial trauma registry. Can J Surg 58 (2 Supp 1) S18.

Hogan A., Woodford S., Watson I. (2015) Lessons learned from a provincial trauma transfer system. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S18-S19.

Watson I., Hogan A., Woodford S., Chisholm A., Louis R., St. Pierre E. (2015) The NB Trauma Program: 5 years later. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Hogan A., Louis R. (2015) Provincial coordination of injury prevention: The New Brunswick experience. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Hogan A., Woodford S., Watson I. (2015) Improving access and uptake of Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC): A provincial approach. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19.

Hewitson L., Atkinson P., Mekwan J., Verbeul G., Lewis D. (2015) ULTRASIM : Ultrasound in trauma simulation. Does the use of ultrasound during simulated scenarios imrpive diagnostic abilities ? Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S19-S20.

Rouse C., Hayre J., French J., Watson I., Benjamin S., Fraser J., Chisholm A., Sealy B., Erdogan M., Green R., Atkinson R. (2015) Traumatic tale of 2 cities part I: Does being treated by different EMS affect outcomes in trauma patients destined for transport to level I centres in Halifax and Saint John? Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S20.

Rouse C., Hayre J., French J., Watson I., Benjamin S., Fraser J., Chisholm A., Sealy B., Erdogan M., Green R., Atkinson R. (2015) Traumatic tale of 2 cities part II: Does being treated by different hospitals affect outcome in trauma patients destined for transport to level I centres in Halifax and Saint John? Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S20.

Phelan B., Fraser J., Pishe., Middeton J., Chisholm A., Benjamin S., Watson I., Atkinson P. (2015) Severe trauma in the province of New Brunswick: A descriptive epidemiological study. Can J Surg 59 (3 Supp 1) S28.

 

2014

Atkinson, P., French, J., & Nice, C. A. (2014). Procedural sedation and analgesia for adults in the emergency department. BMJ, 348(9), 2965-2977.

Exposure to major trauma management of learners training to become emergency physicians in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 57 (3 Supp 3) S65-S66.

Montazeri R., Wagg J., Mayich J., King H., Swan J., Fraser J., Benjamin S., Atkinson P. (2014) Distal radial fractures: Adequacy of reductions performed in the emergency department. Can J Surg 57 (3 Supp 3) S75.

Boulay R., Richard D., Savoie J-P., Goulette E., Chisholm A., Watson I. (2014) Improving effectiveness of field trauma triage activations in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 57 (3 Supp 3) S75-S76.

Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Watson I. (2014) Field trauma triage guidelines as a predictor of key emergency department time intervals. Can J Surg 57 (3 Supp 3) S76.

 

2013

Hogan A. (2013) Sport related concussion care in the emergency department: What every ED nurse needs to know. Can J Em Nursing 36:2; 22-23.

Atkinson P., Fraser J., Benjamin S., Sproul E., Mehta A. (2013) Wake up: Head injury management around the clock. Can J Em Med (15 Supp 1) S22.

Hogan A. (2013) A collaborative approach to reducing injuries in New Brunswick: Acute care and injury prevention. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S27.

Watson I., Boulay R., Chisholm A., Beairsto E., Goulette E., Martin M. (2013) Impact of changes to a provincial field trauma triage tool in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S28.

Woodford S., Benjamin S., Boulay R., Watson I. (2013) Ensuring quality of field trauma triage in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S28.

Hogan A., Boulay R., Watson I. (2013) Benefits of a provincial trauma transfer referral system: Beyond the numbers. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S28.

Boulay R., Watson I., Savoie J., Benjamin S., Martin M. (2013) The field trauma triage landscape in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S28-S29.

Watson I., Hogan A., Woodford A., Benjamin S., Chisholm A., Ondiveeran H., Martin M. (2013) Impact of Rural Trauma Team Development Course (RTTDC) on trauma transfer intervals in a provincial, inclusive trauma system. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S29.

Howlett M., Atkinson P., Doody K., Fraser J., Leblanc-Douchin D., Strack B. (2013) Trauma and stress: A critical dynamics study of burnout in trauma centre healthcare professionals. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S29.

Atkinson P., Naveed A., vanRensburg L., Madan R.  (2013) Ultrasound-guided pediatric forearm fracture reduction in the emergency department. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S29.

Chesters A., Atkinson P. (2013) Block first, opiates later? The use of fascia iliaca black for patients with hip fractures in the emergency department: A systematic review. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S29-S30.

Atkinson P., Fraser J., Verheul G., Parks A., Milne J. (2013) Simulation in trauma ultrasound training. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S30.

Fraser J., Atkinson P., Benjamin S., Sproul E., Mehta A. (2013) Wake up: Head injury management around the clock. Can J Surg 56 (2 Supp) S31.

 

2012

Musgrave E. (2012) The New Brunswick Trauma Program: A model of inclusivity. Outlook 35(1); 23-24.

Benjamin S., Hogan A. (2012) Closing the quality improvement loop: A collaborative approach. Can J Surg 55 Supp, S23.

Hogan A., Benjamin S. (2012) National Trauma Registry: “Collecting” it all in New Brunswick. Can J Surg 55 Supp, S23.

Fraser J., Atkinson P., Benjamin S. (2012) Does delay to initial shoulder reduction attempt affect success rate for anterior shoulder dislocation (pilot study)? Can J Surg 55 Supp, S23.

Martin M., Watson I, Hogan A., Benjamin S., Woodford S. (2012) Use of multidisciplinary, multi-site morbidity and mortality rounds in a provincial trauma system. Can J Surg 55 Supp, S23 –S24.

 

 

 

 

 

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