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Brendan G. Carr, MD, MS

Contact Dr. Carr

1020 Walnut Street
300 Curtis Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6844
(215) 923-6225 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Don't Hate the Player; Hate the Game
  2. Patient Characteristics and Temporal Trends in Police Transport of Blunt Trauma Patients: A Multicenter Retrospective Cohort Study
  3. Impact of superstorm sandy on medicare patients' utilization of hospitals and emergency departments
  4. A metric of our own: Failure to rescue after trauma
  5. Sex differences in rt-PA utilization at hospitals treating stroke: The National Inpatient Sample
  6. Accuracy of Emergency Medical Services dispatcher and crew diagnosis of stroke in clinical practice
  7. Hospital Emergency Care as a Public Good and Community Health Benefit
  8. Cardiac arrest risk standardization using administrative data compared to registry data
  9. The US Emergency Care Coordination Center
  10. Value-Based Approaches for Emergency Care in a New Era
  11. Adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in philadelphia from 2008–2012: An epidemiological study
  12. The Pennsylvania trauma outcomes study risk-adjusted mortality model: Results of a statewide benchmarking program
  13. Lead-Time Bias and Interhospital Transfer after Injury: Trauma Center Admission Vital Signs Underpredict Mortality in Transferred Trauma Patients
  14. Disparities in access to trauma care in the United States: A population-based analysis
  15. The relationship between processes and outcomes for injured older adults: a study of a statewide trauma system
  16. Uniting big health data for a national learning health system in the United States
  17. Funding Research in Emergency Department Shared Decision Making: A Summary of the 2016 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Panel Discussion
  18. “I'm Just a Patient”: Fear and Uncertainty as Drivers of Emergency Department Use in Patients With Chronic Disease
  19. Recognition of Stroke by EMS is Associated with Improvement in Emergency Department Quality Measures
  20. A Conceptual Model for Episodes of Acute, Unscheduled Care