His primary scientific interests are in Cohort study, Intensive care medicine, Odds ratio, Physical therapy and Pneumonia. His Cohort study research is included under the broader classification of Internal medicine. The concepts of his Internal medicine study are interwoven with issues in Oncology and Cardiology.
His Intensive care medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Retrospective cohort study, Severity of illness, Heart failure and Outcome assessment. His work deals with themes such as Functional Independence Measure, Carotid endarterectomy, Depression and Emergency medicine, which intersect with Odds ratio. The various areas that Ethan A. Halm examines in his Physical therapy study include Prospective cohort study, Asthma and Family medicine.
Ethan A. Halm spends much of his time researching Internal medicine, Family medicine, Cohort study, Emergency medicine and Physical therapy. His Internal medicine research incorporates themes from Surgery and Oncology. His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nursing, Palliative care, End-of-life care and Safety net.
His Cohort study research includes elements of Odds ratio, Pneumonia, Emergency department, Retrospective cohort study and Cohort. His study in Odds ratio is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intensive care medicine and Confidence interval. His Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Colonoscopy, Prospective cohort study, Randomized controlled trial and Asthma.
Internal medicine, Family medicine, Cancer, Emergency medicine and Cohort study are his primary areas of study. Stroke, Carotid endarterectomy, Incidence, Colorectal cancer and Cohort are subfields of Internal medicine in which his conducts study. His research in Family medicine intersects with topics in Clinical trial and Medicaid.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Oncology, Newly diagnosed, Emergency department, Safety net and Stage in addition to Cancer. The Emergency medicine study combines topics in areas such as Retrospective cohort study, COPD, All cause mortality and Acute care. His research ties Confidence interval and Cohort study together.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Family medicine, Randomized controlled trial, Cohort study and Cancer. His research brings together the fields of Cohort and Family medicine. His Cohort research incorporates elements of Palliative care and Safety net.
His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Back pain, Clinical trial and Patient participation. His Cohort study study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Emergency medicine, Confidence interval, End stage renal disease, Hemodialysis and Dialysis. The Cancer study combines topics in areas such as Stage, Lung cancer, Propensity score matching and Confounding.
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Is volume related to outcome in health care? A systematic review and methodologic critique of the literature
Ethan A. Halm;Clara Lee;Mark R. Chassin.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2002)
Association of timing of surgery for hip fracture and patient outcomes.
Gretchen M. Orosz;Jay Magaziner;Edward L. Hannan;R. Sean Morrison.
Time to Clinical Stability in Patients Hospitalized With Community-Acquired Pneumonia Implications for Practice Guidelines
Ethan A. Halm;Michael J. Fine;Thomas J. Marrie;Christopher M. Coley.
An automated model to identify heart failure patients at risk for 30-day readmission or death using electronic medical record data.
Ruben Amarasingham;Billy J. Moore;Ying P. Tabak;Mark H. Drazner.
Medical Care (2010)
Impact of Social Factors on Risk of Readmission or Mortality in Pneumonia and Heart Failure: Systematic Review
Linda Calvillo-King;Danielle Arnold;Kathryn J. Eubank;Matthew Lo.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2013)
Predictors of adherence to diabetes medications: the role of disease and medication beliefs.
Devin M. Mann;Diego Ponieman;Howard Leventhal;Ethan A. Halm.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2009)
No symptoms, no asthma: the acute episodic disease belief is associated with poor self-management among inner-city adults with persistent asthma.
Ethan A. Halm;Pablo Mora;Howard Leventhal.
Safely increasing the proportion of patients with community-acquired pneumonia treated as outpatients: an interventional trial.
Steven J. Atlas;Theodore I. Benzer;Leila H. Borowsky;YuChiao Chang.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1998)
Management of Community-Acquired Pneumonia
Ethan A. Halm;Alvin S. Teirstein.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2002)
The Effect of Perioperative Anemia on Clinical and Functional Outcomes in Patients With Hip Fracture
Ethan A. Halm;Jason J. Wang;Kenneth Boockvar;Joan Penrod.
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma (2004)
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