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Justin J. Koh
Justin J. Koh
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Queen's University
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Can first-year medical students acquire quality improvement knowledge prior to substantial clinical exposure? A mixed-methods evaluation of a pre-clerkship curriculum that uses …
A Brown, A Nidumolu, A Stanhope, J Koh, M Greenway, L Grierson
BMJ quality & safety 27 (7), 576-582, 2018
252018
CAEP position statement: emergency department management of people with opioid use disorder
JJ Koh, M Klaiman, I Miles, J Cook, T Kumar, H Sheikh, K Dong, AM Orkin, ...
Canadian journal of emergency medicine 22 (6), 768-771, 2020
102020
Addressing the opioid crisis in the era of competency-based medical education: recommendations for emergency department interventions
JJ Koh, QS Paterson, M Ong, LJ Martin, RA Woods, K Dong
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 21 (4), 452-454, 2019
42019
Prevention of alcohol withdrawal seizure recurrence and treatment of other alcohol withdrawal symptoms in the emergency department: a rapid review
JJK Koh, M Malczewska, MM Doyle-Waters, J Moe
BMC Emergency Medicine 21 (1), 1-12, 2021
22021
Education about sexual and gender minorities within Canadian emergency medicine residency programs
R Primavesi, A Burcheri, BL Bigham, A Coutin, K Lien, J Koh, M Kruse, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 24 (2), 135-143, 2022
12022
Unidentified patients in the emergency department: a historical cohort study
K Tastad, J Koh, D Goodridge, J Stempien, T Oyedokun
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 23 (6), 772-777, 2021
12021
Buprenorphine–naloxone practice and attitudes in 22 Canadian emergency physician groups: a cross-sectional survey
A Kestler, J Kaczorowski, K Dong, AM Orkin, R Daoust, J Moe, K Van Pelt, ...
Canadian Medical Association Open Access Journal 9 (3), E864-E873, 2021
12021
Why did my doctor call?
JJK Koh
Patient Education and Counseling 101 (8), 1506-1507, 2018
12018
CAEP position statement on improving emergency care for persons experiencing homelessness: executive summary
EC Xie, K Chan, JK Khangura, JJK Koh, AM Orkin, H Sheikh, K Hayman, ...
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 24 (4), 369-375, 2022
2022
Prevention of alcohol withdrawal seizure recurrence and treatment of other alcohol withdrawal symptoms in the emergency department: a rapid review (vol 21, 131, 2021)
JJK Koh, M Malczewska, MM Doyle-Waters, J Moe
BMC EMERGENCY MEDICINE 22 (1), 2022
2022
Correction to: Prevention of alcohol withdrawal seizure recurrence and treatment of other alcohol withdrawal symptoms in the emergency department: a rapid review
JJK Koh, M Malczewska, MM Doyle-Waters, J Moe
BMC Emergency Medicine 22 (1), 17-17, 2022
2022
Treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome in the emergency department: a rapid review
JJK Koh, M Malczewska, MM Doyle-Waters, J Moe
2021
LO24: Implementing emergency department take-home naloxone programs: a systematic scoping review
J Koh, D O'Brien, L Slater, K McLaughlin, E Hyshka
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 22 (S1), S15-S16, 2020
2020
P019: What happens to John Doe? Unidentified patients in the emergency department: a retrospective chart review
K Tastad, J Koh, D Goodridge, J Stempien, T Oyedokun
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 22 (S1), S71-S71, 2020
2020
Running in my scrubs
JJ Koh
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 21 (5), 683-684, 2019
2019
CAEP Position Statement-Executive Summary Improving Emergency Care for Persons Experiencing Homelessness
E Xie, K Chan, J Khangura, J Koh, A Orkin, H Sheikh, K Hayman, S Gupta, ...
Improving Emergency Care for Persons Experiencing Homelessness
E Xie, K Chan, J Khangura, J Koh, A Orkin, H Sheikh, K Hayman, S Gupta, ...
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