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Dr. Jason Adelman's research finds that doctors are more likely to make mistakes in the NICU for multiples compared to singletons.
Dr. Graham Barr's research has found an association between long-term exposure to air pollution and decreased lung function
Yiyi Zhang's featured research in a New York Times article from July 16, 2019.
Dr. Andrew Moran's research has been featured in Reuters.
Dr. Jason Adelman publishes insightful research examining the relationship between open electronic health records and wrong-patient errors in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
With NewYork-Presbyterian's first set of quintuplets since 1992, the Patient Safety Research Program implemented an intervention to help prevent confusion.
Beth Anne Scharle was recently awarded the Major Clinical Year Outstanding Teacher Award for her work teaching medical students and residents in AIM.
Dr. Geleris found that some internal medicine residents order as many as 7-8 times as many diagnostic tests as their peers despite similar clinical schedules.
Dr. Jason Adelman, Chief Patient Safety Officer for NewYork-Presbyterian and Columbia University Irving Medical Center briefly describes his wrong-patient pictograph research for Public Health Minute.
Columbia Division of General Medicine Faculty Andrew Moran and House Staff Collaborators Release New 2000-2016 World Heart Federation Global Atlas of Cardiovascular Disease