2019 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
Tejal K. Gandhi focuses on MEDLINE, Emergency medicine, Patient safety, Medical emergency and Retrospective cohort study. His study in MEDLINE is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ambulatory care, Randomized controlled trial, Family medicine, Intensive care medicine and Job satisfaction. He has included themes like Clinical trial, Ambulatory, Health care quality, Prospective cohort study and Pediatrics in his Emergency medicine study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality, Data collection, Nursing, Hospital discharge and Decision support system. His Medical emergency research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Test, Medical diagnosis and Medical record. His research integrates issues of Order entry, Drug-drug interaction and Outpatient clinic in his study of Retrospective cohort study.
His main research concerns Medical emergency, Patient safety, MEDLINE, Emergency medicine and Family medicine. His Medical emergency study which covers Ambulatory care that intersects with Ambulatory and Medical prescription. His work carried out in the field of Patient safety brings together such families of science as Test, Psychological intervention, Nursing and Quality, Operations management.
He focuses mostly in the field of MEDLINE, narrowing it down to matters related to Intensive care medicine and, in some cases, Surgery. His Emergency medicine research includes themes of Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Retrospective cohort study, Pediatrics and Drug. His research in Retrospective cohort study intersects with topics in Outpatient clinic and Cohort study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Patient safety, Chromatography, Intensive care medicine, In patient and MEDLINE. His Patient safety research integrates issues from Safety culture, Quality, Public relations, Health policy and Health information technology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Intensive care medicine, Antibiotic therapy, Duration and Intervention is strongly linked to Gerontology.
His MEDLINE research incorporates themes from Medication use and Social discrimination. Tejal K. Gandhi combines subjects such as Psychological intervention and Medical emergency with his study of Health informatics. His research investigates the connection with Ambulatory care and areas like Ambulatory which intersect with concerns in Clinical decision support system, Patient education and Drug.
Patient safety, MEDLINE, Psychological intervention, Emergency medicine and Young adult are his primary areas of study. His Patient safety research includes elements of Safety culture and Medical emergency. Tejal K. Gandhi incorporates Medical emergency and Documentation in his research.
The MEDLINE study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, Medication administration and Social discrimination. Tejal K. Gandhi focuses mostly in the field of Emergency medicine, narrowing it down to topics relating to Pneumonia and, in certain cases, Virology. His Young adult study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health services research, Community-acquired pneumonia, Incidence and Hospitalized patients.
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The Incidence and Severity of Adverse Events Affecting Patients after Discharge from the Hospital
Alan J. Forster;Harvey J. Murff;Josh F. Peterson;Tejal K. Gandhi.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2003)
Adverse Drug Events in Ambulatory Care
Tejal K. Gandhi;Saul N. Weingart;Joshua Borus;Andrew C. Seger.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2003)
Ten Commandments for Effective Clinical Decision Support: Making the Practice of Evidence-based Medicine a Reality
David W. Bates;Gilad J. Kuperman;Gilad J. Kuperman;Samuel J. Wang;Tejal K. Gandhi.
Development of Human Protein Reference Database as an Initial Platform for Approaching Systems Biology in Humans
Suraj Peri;Suraj Peri;J. Daniel Navarro;J. Daniel Navarro;Ramars Amanchy;Troels Z. Kristiansen;Troels Z. Kristiansen.
Genome Research (2003)
Claims, Errors, and Compensation Payments in Medical Malpractice Litigation
David M. Studdert;Michelle M. Mello;Atul A. Gawande;Tejal K. Gandhi.
Medication-related Clinical Decision Support in Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems: A Review
Gilad J. Kuperman;Anne M. Bobb;Thomas H. Payne;Anthony J. Avery.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (2007)
Human protein reference database—2006 update
Gopa R. Mishra;M. Suresh;K. Kumaran;N. Kannabiran.
Nucleic Acids Research (2006)
Missed and Delayed Diagnoses in the Ambulatory Setting: A Study of Closed Malpractice Claims
Tejal K. Gandhi;Allen Kachalia;Eric J. Thomas;Ann Louise Puopolo.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2006)
Effect of Bar-Code Technology on the Safety of Medication Administration
Eric G. Poon;Carol A. Keohane;Catherine S. Yoon;Matthew Ditmore.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2010)
Adverse drug events and medication errors: detection and classification methods
T Morimoto;T K Gandhi;A C Seger;T C Hsieh.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2004)
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