Catherine Constable

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Catherine Constable

Instructor, Department of Medicine

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560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016


Linked Dnr and Dni Orders and Factors Associated with Intubation: A Retrospective Chart Review at an Urban Tertiary Care Center
Stream, Sara; Nolan, Anna; Kown, Sophia; Constable, Catherine. Linked Dnr and Dni Orders and Factors Associated with Intubation: A Retrospective Chart Review at an Urban Tertiary Care Center [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of hospital medicine. 2016 ;11(Suppl 1):?-? #68 (2097642)

Linked Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) and Do-Not-Intubate (DNI) Orders and Factors Associated with DNI Orders: A Retrospective Chart Review at an Urban Tertiary Care Center
Stream, Sara; Nolan, Anna; Kwon, Sophia; Constable, Catherine. Linked Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) and Do-Not-Intubate (DNI) Orders and Factors Associated with DNI Orders: A Retrospective Chart Review at an Urban Tertiary Care Center [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2016 ;193(Online Abstracts):?-? #A4358 (2097652)

Linked Dnr And Dni Orders And Factors Associated With Intubation: A Retrospective Chart Review At An Urban Tertiary Care Center
Stream, S; Nolan, A; Constable, C. Linked Dnr And Dni Orders And Factors Associated With Intubation: A Retrospective Chart Review At An Urban Tertiary Care Center [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2015 ;191:?-? (2161822)

Rising rates of vaccine exemptions: Problems with current policy and more promising remedies
Constable, Catherine; Blank, Nina R; Caplan, Arthur L. Rising rates of vaccine exemptions: Problems with current policy and more promising remedies. Vaccine. 2014 Feb 13;32(16):1793-1797 (813632)

Exempting schoolchildren from immunizations: States with few barriers had highest rates of nonmedical exemptions
Blank, Nina R; Caplan, Arthur L; Constable, Catherine. Exempting schoolchildren from immunizations: States with few barriers had highest rates of nonmedical exemptions. Health affairs. 2013 Jul ;32(7):1282-1290 (508962)