Jason Wilson

Jason Wilson
University of South Florida | USF · Emergency Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

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Introduction
bio-cultural medical anthropology, patient experience, HIV, HCV, anticoagulation, medical education

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Publications (17)
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Introduction: The application of structural competency and structural vulnerability to emergency medicine (EM) research has not been previously described despite EM researchers routinely engaging structurally vulnerable populations. The purpose of this study was to conduct a scoping review and consensus-building process to develop a structurally c...
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Introduction Disparities in care of older adults in cancer treatment trials and emergency department (ED) use exist. This report provides a baseline description of older adults ≥65 years old who present to the ED with active cancer. Materials and methods Planned secondary analysis of the Comprehensive Oncologic Emergencies Research Network observa...
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Background: Older adults with cancer use the emergency department (ED) for acute concerns. Objectives: Characterize the palliative care needs and clinical outcomes of advanced cancer patients in the ED. Design: A planned secondary data analysis of the Comprehensive Oncologic Emergencies Research Network (CONCERN) data. Settings/Subjects: Cancer pat...
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Purpose Emergency department (ED) visits by patients with cancer frequently end in hospitalization. As concerns about ED and hospital crowding increase, observation unit care may be an important strategy to deliver safe and efficient treatment for eligible patients. In this investigation, we compared the prevalence and clinical characteristics of c...
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Pain is common in patients with cancer seeking emergency department (ED) care. Fifty percent of ED patients with cancer present with pain and 39% report pain at final ED pain assessment. Thus, ED practitioners seemingly remain challenged to manage pain in this population. Such findings support calls encouraging safe, effective, and timely pain mana...
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Purpose Many patients with cancer seek care for pain in the emergency department (ED). Prospective research on cancer pain in this setting has historically been insufficient. We conducted this study to describe the reported pain among cancer patients presenting to the ED, how pain is managed, and how pain may be associated with clinical outcomes....
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Objectives Both the incidence and outcomes of endometrial cancer are adversely impacted by multiple socioeconomic and other factors associated with access to care. To better understand how women with undiagnosed endometrial cancer can be engaged earlier, we undertook a retrospective cohort study to evaluate patterns of care for women presenting to...
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Massive transfusion protocols (MTPs) facilitate the organized delivery of blood components for traumatically injured patients. MTPs vary across institutions, and ratios of blood components can change during clinical management. As a result, significant amounts of components can be wasted. We completed a review of all MTP activations from 2015 to 20...
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Background: It is not uncommon for patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections to visit the emergency department (ED) during seroconversion. However, patients with newly acquired HIV may not have a reactive screening result. We report a case of a patient who initially screened reactive on a fourth generation HIV test and subsequent...
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Background: Patients with active cancer account for a growing percentage of all emergency department (ED) visits and have a unique set of risks related to their disease and its treatments. Effective triage for this population is fundamental to facilitating their emergency care. Objectives: We evaluated the validity of the Emergency Severity Inde...
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Objective: End-of-life interventions should be predicated on consensus understanding of patient wishes. Written documents are not always understood; adding a video testimonial/message (VM) might improve clarity. Goals of this study were to (1) determine baseline rates of consensus in assigning code status and resuscitation decisions in critically...
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Computed tomography (CT) clarity has significantly improved since it became widely available in the early 1980s, making the utility and benefit of contrast material for image quality of the abdomen and pelvis uncertain, and so far, minimally studied. This study sought to assess the efficacy of a noncontrast CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis by eval...
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Rationale: We recently reported two novel biomarkers for acute kidney injury (AKI), tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases (TIMP)-2 and insulin-like growth factor binding protein 7 (IGFBP7), both related to G1 cell cycle arrest. Objectives: We now validate a clinical test for urinary [TIMP-2]·[IGFBP7] at a high-sensitivity cutoff greater than 0....

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