Carstairs KL, Hollenbach KA, Shah S, Putnam K, Weber R, Black I, McDonough L, Lopez B, Kaufman I, Davis CB. Emergency department quality metrics and patient satisfaction scores following implementation of Lean Flow Principles and Queuing Theory-Based Operational Changes. Quigley Symposium, March 2016
Rudolph F, Hollenbach KA, Carstairs K, Carstairs S. A Retrospective Review of Antipsychotic Medications Administered to Mental Health Patients in a Tertiary Care Pediatric Emergency Hospital. March 2016.
Taghavi S, Jayarahan S, Mangi A, Hollenbach K, Dauer E, Sjoholm L, Pathak A, Santora T, Goldberg A, Rappold J. Examining non-cardiac surgical procedures in patients on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. ASAIO J. June 2015.
Rappold JF, Hollenbach KA, Santora TA, et al. The evil of good is better: Making the case for basic life support transport for penetrating trauma victims in an urban environment: J Trauma & Acute Care Surgery: Sept. 2015: 79(3): 343-348.
Lubitz A, Hollenbach K, Chan E, Dauer E, Sjoholm L, Pathak A, Santora T, Goldberg A, Rappold J. Old blood and complications in massively transfused trauma patients: A cautionary tale. Academic Surgical Congress, Las Vegas, NV. February 2015.
Patient Flow Analysis in the Emergency Department Leads to Improved Clinical Management and Improved Patient Satisfaction. Presented by Dr. Keri Carstairs for Rady Children’s Hospital Annual Children’s Hospital Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Semifinalist: Advance in 2015 Pediatric Quality Award.
Rappold J, Hollenbach K, Santora T, Beadle D, Dauer E, Sjoholm L, Pathak A, Goldberg, A. The evil of good is better: Making the case for basic life support transport in penetrating trauma victims in an urban environment. American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Philadelphia, PA. September 2014.