Injury Science Reciprocity Ring®

PISC Reciprocity Ring ASK LIST:

 
First Name
Last Name
Affiliation
Email
ASK
Due Date
Elinore
Kaufman
Penn
elinore.kaufman@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
I have a vague memory that someone had previously linked PHC4 data to death certificate data. Do you know if/how this can be done, or have you done it? Thanks! Elinore
Divya
Talwar
CHOP Orthopaedics
talward@email.chop.edu
Hello! I am seeking advice on utilizing the AAAM Injury Severity Score map to convert ICD10 codes to ISS in an existing dataset from Pediatric Health Information System (PHIS) database. I am a Stata user. Thank you in advance for your
11/03/2020
Sara
Solomon
sarasol@upenn.edu
test
Sara
solomon
PISC
Sarasol@upenn.edu
Looking for someone to mentor a med student who wants clinical research experience at the intersection of medicine and public health. He would be particularly interested in working with any emergency medicine or trauma principal investigators. He is available 5/26 - to end of July - the position could be paid or unpaid.
05/01/2020

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