Maureen A Gang

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Maureen Gang

Associate Professor, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine
Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine
NYU Emergency Medicine Associates

Contact Info

212/263-7084

Education

— NYU Medical Center (Medicine) 1979-, Residency Training

Research Interests

Medical Ethics Ultrasound Anatomy Simulation ED Administration

EM Talk: communication skills training for emergency medicine patients with serious illness
Grudzen, Corita R; Emlet, Lillian L; Kuntz, Joanne; Shreves, Ashley; Zimny, Erin; Gang, Maureen; Schaulis, Monique; Schmidt, Scott; Isaacs, Eric; Arnold, Robert. EM Talk: communication skills training for emergency medicine patients with serious illness. BMJ supportive & palliative care. 2016 Jan;:?-? (1912642)

Level 1 milestone assessment of first year em resident airway skills
Gang, M; Wong, A H; Huang, K; Panzenbeck, A; Parisot, N; Naik, N; Chiang, W; Smith, S. Level 1 milestone assessment of first year em resident airway skills [Meeting Abstract]. Academic emergency medicine. 2015 May 2015;22(5):S394-S394 (1600532)

Use of in-situ simulation to investigate latent safety threats prior to opening a new emergency department
Medwid, Kelly; Smith, Silas; Gang, Maureen. Use of in-situ simulation to investigate latent safety threats prior to opening a new emergency department. Safety science. 2015 AUG;77:19-24 (1639802)

Simulation-based team training to improve care of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department
Wong, A H; Wing, L; Weiss, B; Firew, T; Naik, N; Gang, M. Simulation-based team training to improve care of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department [Meeting Abstract]. Academic emergency medicine. 2015 May 2015;22(5):S206-S206 (1600592)

Coordinating a Team Response to Behavioral Emergencies in the Emergency Department: A Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Curriculum
Wong, Ambrose H; Wing, Lisa; Weiss, Brenda; Gang, Maureen. Coordinating a Team Response to Behavioral Emergencies in the Emergency Department: A Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Curriculum. Western journal of emergency medicine. 2015 Nov;16(6):859-865 (1856302)