1999 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical emergency, Health care, Emergency department, Confidence interval and Emergency medicine. The various areas that Arthur L. Kellermann examines in his Medical emergency study include Sophistication, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Referral. His Injury prevention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio and Human factors and ergonomics.
He has included themes like Workforce, Advanced cardiac life support, Disaster response, Hospital discharge and Medicaid in his Emergency department study. His Emergency medicine research incorporates elements of Staffing, Survival analysis, Overcrowding and Acute care. His studies in Emergency medical services integrate themes in fields like Survival rate and Return of spontaneous circulation, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
His main research concerns Medical emergency, Health care, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Emergency medicine. Arthur L. Kellermann interconnects Emergency department, Medicaid and Public health in the investigation of issues within Medical emergency. The various areas that he examines in his Health care study include Nursing and Family medicine.
His Injury prevention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Demography and Environmental health. Arthur L. Kellermann has researched Suicide prevention in several fields, including Psychiatry, Criminology and Human factors and ergonomics. Arthur L. Kellermann frequently studies issues relating to Confidence interval and Emergency medicine.
His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Medical emergency, Emergency medical services, Public health and Nursing. His work focuses on many connections between Health care and other disciplines, such as Family medicine, that overlap with his field of interest in Liability. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Emergency department, Emergency management and Intensive care medicine.
The concepts of his Emergency department study are interwoven with issues in Injury prevention and Emergency medicine. His Emergency medical services research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Health equity, Qualitative research, Payment and Survival analysis. His work carried out in the field of Public health brings together such families of science as Environmental health, Public relations and Vaccination.
Arthur L. Kellermann focuses on Emergency medical services, Health care, Medical emergency, Public health and Emergency medicine. Arthur L. Kellermann has included themes like Survival rate, Emergency department, Family medicine, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and Health equity in his Emergency medical services study. His Health care research includes elements of Mass-casualty incident, Systematic review and Triage.
His research integrates issues of Qualitative research and Primary care in his study of Medical emergency. His Public health research incorporates themes from National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Injury prevention, Homicide and Emergency management. His studies deal with areas such as Odds ratio, Young adult, Medicaid, Disease and Pediatrics as well as Emergency medicine.
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Predictors of Survival From Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Comilla Sasson;Mary A.M. Rogers;Jason Dahl;Arthur L. Kellermann.
Circulation-cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes (2010)
Suicide in the home in relation to gun ownership
Arthur L. Kellermann;Frederick P. Rivara;Grant Somes;Donald T. Reay.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1992)
Gun Ownership as a Risk Factor for Homicide in the Home
Arthur L. Kellermann;Frederick P. Rivara;Norman B. Rushforth;Joyce G. Banton.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1993)
Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest surveillance --- Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES), United States, October 1, 2005--December 31, 2010.
Bryan McNally;Rachel Robb;Monica Mehta;Kimberly Vellano.
Morbidity and mortality weekly report. Surveillance summaries (Washington, D.C. : 2002) (2011)
ProTECT: a randomized clinical trial of progesterone for acute traumatic brain injury.
David W. Wright;Arthur L. Kellermann;Vicki S. Hertzberg;Pamela L. Clark.
Annals of Emergency Medicine (2007)
Recent Trends in Survival From Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in the United States
Paul S. Chan;Bryan McNally;Fengming Tang;Arthur Kellermann.
Emergency medical care in developing countries: is it worthwhile?
Junaid A. Razzak;Junaid A. Razzak;Arthur L. Kellermann.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2002)
What It Will Take To Achieve The As-Yet-Unfulfilled Promises Of Health Information Technology
Arthur L. Kellermann;Spencer S. Jones.
Health Affairs (2013)
Risk Factors for Violent Death of Women in the Home
James E. Bailey;Arthur L. Kellermann;Grant W. Somes;Joyce G. Banton.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1997)
Men, women, and murder: gender-specific differences in rates of fatal violence and victimization.
Arthur L. Kellermann;James A. Mercy.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1992)
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