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Research and Projects

Fellowships

Visit the links below to see the Fellowships related to the Venkatesh Lab.
Learn about a fellowship with the Emergency Medicine department for a post-residency Emergency Physician who aspires to administrative leadership positions in private or academic practice. By having an active clinical practice in our department, the fellow will acquire experience in all facets of emergency department clinical operations.
The National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) at Yale is an interprofessional fellowship program designed to prepare a select group of future clinician leaders to improve health and health care in the US through scholarship and action at the national, state, and local levels.

Actively Funded ED Administration Projects and Research

INSPIRE: Innovative Support for Patients with SARSCOV2 Infection Registry

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Investigators: Arjun Venkatesh, Erica Spatz, and Andrew Ulrich

This project is assembling the largest prospective national registry to study the long-term patient reported outcomes following SARS COV-2 infection with a particular focus on characterizing long-covid.


Diagnostic Excellence Index for Pulmonary Embolism

Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation Grant

Investigators: John Sather, Arjun Venkatesh, Andrew Taylor, Vivek Par¬wani, and Andrew Ulrich

Our team has embarked on an initiative to develop a composite measure of diagnostic excel¬lence for suspected pulmonary embolism in the ED setting which incorporates diagnostic accuracy, resource utilization and diagnostic yield to promote a balanced diagnostic approach that maximizes patient benefit while minimizing harm and optimizing resource utilization.



ACEP Emergency Quality Network (E-QUAL)

ACEP E-QUAL Funding

Project Team: Arjun Venkatesh, Craig Rothenberg, and Rohit Sangal

Project Objective: to analyze and track emergency department perfor¬mance metrics nationwide, and provide annual emergency department performance metric reports for roughly 400 hospitals across the United States. Reports focus on opioid prescribing, chest pain management, avoidable imaging, stroke management, and sepsis.


Emergency Medicine Opioid Data Infrastructure

NIH/NIDA Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund

Investigators: Arjun Venkatesh, Andrew Taylor, Kathryn Hawk, and Gail D’Onofrio

This project seeks to build clinical data research infrastructure that will begin to enhance capacity to use electronic health record (EHR) data and patient reported outcomes measures (PROs) to conduct opioid related research in emergency departments (EDs) across the United States.


COVID-19 Video Discharge Instructions

MCIC Vermont Risk Management Funding

Project Team: Rohit Sangal, Vivek Parwani, Chris Chmura, and Arjun Venkatesh

This project is designed to advance patient-centered knowledge translation by developing, distributing, and evaluating video discharge instructions for ED patients with a variety of conditions including COVID-19.

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