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Mark Alan Davis, M.D.

TitleAssociate Professor of Medicine
InstitutionBrigham and Women's Hospital
DepartmentMedicine
AddressBrigham and Women's Hospital
Emergency Medicine, NH 304-F
75 Francis St
Boston MA 02115
Phone617/732-8070
Fax617/264-6848

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  1. Nagurney JT, Huang C, Kulkarni RG, Sane S, Davis MA, Anderson PD, Gaufberg SV, Ciottone GR, Motola I, Chang Y, Setnik G. An attempt to measure the spread of emergency medicine internationally. Intern Emerg Med. 2007 Dec; 2(4):302-10.
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  2. Levine AC, Presser DZ, Rosborough S, Ghebreyesus TA, Davis MA. Understanding barriers to emergency care in low-income countries: view from the front line. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2007 Sep-Oct; 22(5):467-70.
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  3. Davis MA, Landesman R, Tadmor B, Hopmeier M, Shenhar G, Barker T, Pozner CN, Binstadt ES, Nelson S, Look R, Shubina M, Walls RM. Initial test of emergency procedure performance in temporary negative pressure isolation by using simulation technologies. Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Apr; 51(4):420-5, 425.e1-5.
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  4. Lavine AC, Presser DZ, Rosborough S, Ghebreyesus TA, Davis MA. Understanding Barriers to Care in Low-Income Countries: View From the Front Line. Prehospital Disaster Med. 2007; 22(5):467-70.
  5. Lindberg D, Levine M, Davis MA. Recognizing Child Abuse during Prolonged "Low Intensity" Armed Conflict: Are We Missing the Forest for the Trees?. Israeli Journal of Emerg Med. 2007; 7(2):62-70.
  6. Davis M, Goldstein K, Nasser T, Assaf C. Peace through health: the role of health workers in preventing emergency care needs. Acad Emerg Med. 2006 Dec; 13(12):1324-7.
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  7. Chan J, rosborough S, Davis M. A Global Assessment Tool for Evaluating Emergency Care Systems. International Emergency Medicine Conference, Halifax. 2006.
  8. Davis MA, Landesman R, Tadmor B, Hopmeier M, Shenhar G, Barker T, Pozner CN, Binstadt ES, Nelson S, Look R, Shubina M, Walls RM. Increasing Surge Capacity for Bioisolation: Initial Test of Emergency Procedure Performance in Temporary Negative PRessure (TNPI) Using Simulation Technology. Ann of Emerg Med. 2006; 48(6):23A.
  9. Levine AC, Presser DZ, Rosborough S, Ghebreyesus T, Davis M. Understanding Barriers to Care in low Income Countries. ACEP. 2006.
  10. Kapur GB, Hutson HR, Davis MA, Rice PL. The United States twenty-year experience with bombing incidents: implications for terrorism preparedness and medical response. J Trauma. 2005 Dec; 59(6):1436-44.
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  11. Davis MA (series editor), [et al.]. Signs and Symptoms in Pediatrics: Urgent and Emergent Care. Signs and Symptoms in Pediatrics: Urgent and Emergent Care. 2005.
  12. Davis MA. Emergency medicine and international health: increasing impact by broadening the mandate. Ann Emerg Med. 2004 Feb; 43(2):E9-10.
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  13. Davis MA, Mach O. Emergency Medical Training and Systems Development: Systems Development Framework. 2004.
  14. Davis MA. Emergency Medicine and International Health: Increasing Impact by Broadening the Manadate. Ann Amerg Med. 2004; 43:e9-10.
  15. Pozner CN, Bayleygne TM, Davis MA, Benin-Goren O, Noble VE, Halpern P. Emergency medical services capacities in the developing world: preliminary evaluation and training in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2003 Jul-Sep; 7(3):392-6.
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  16. Yen ZS, Davis MA, Chen SC, Chen WJ. A cost-effectiveness analysis of treatment strategies for acute uncomplicated pyelonephritis in women. Acad Emerg Med. 2003 Apr; 10(4):309-14.
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  17. Moresky R, Davis MA. Multi-dimensional Trainign in International Health: Assessing a Symptom-Based Train-the-Trainers Program in Tigru Mures (Romania). NESAEM. 2003.
  18. Pozner C, Bayleygne T, Davis M, Benin-Goren O, Nobel V, Halpern P. Emergency Medical Services Capacities in the Developing World: Preliminary Evaluation and Trainign in Addis Ababam, Ethiopia. Prehosp Care. 2003; 7:392-96.
  19. Moresky R, Rice P, Leaning J, Davis MA. Emergency Department Communications Systems Performance and Disaster Plan Response During the World Trade Tower Attack (9/11/01). SAEM. 2003.
  20. Bayeleyegne TM, Aschkenasy MT, Tsadic A, Tewolde A, Halperin P, Davis MA. Emergencies in the Developing World. NESAEM. 2003.
  21. Davis MA, Aschkenasi M. Train-the-Trainer Maual in Emergency Medicine: A Symptom-based, Multi-Dimensional Train-the-Trainer Program. 2002.
  22. Davis MA, Mach O. Impact of a Complex Humanitarian Emergency in East Timor on the Health Care System. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress. 2001.
  23. Davis MA, Ali I. Train-the-Trainer Manual in Emergency Medicine: Applications for the Developing World. 2001.
  24. Holliman CJ, VanRooyen MJ, Green GB, Kirsch TD, Delooz HH, Clem KJ, Thomas TL, Davis MA, Wang E, Wolfson AB. Planning recommendations for international emergency medicine and out-of-hospital care system development. Acad Emerg Med. 2000 Aug; 7(8):911-7.
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  25. Holliman CJ, Green GB, VanRooyen MJ, Clem K, Smith JP, Ankel FK, Hirshon JM, Thomas T, Perez N, Davis M, Wolf LR. Proposed curriculum for an "observational" international emergency medicine fellowship program. Acad Emerg Med. 2000 Apr; 7(4):359-64.
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  26. Davis MA, Hoffman JR, Hsu J. Impact of patient acuity on preference for information and autonomy in decision making. Acad Emerg Med. 1999 Aug; 6(8):781-5.
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  27. Davis, MA. Signs and Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: A Literature Based Approach to Emergent Conditions. Signs and Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: A Literature Based Approach to Emergent Conditions. 1999.
  28. Davis MA, Streward D. Patient Utilities and the Decision for or Against Thromblysis in Acute Stroke. Acad Em Med. 1999; 6:432.
  29. Steward D, Davis M. Qualifications of Discordant Responses in Utility Assessment. American Medical Informatics Assn. Annual Symposium. 1998.
  30. Piconne M, Littzi J, Krupin T, Stone R, Davis M, Wax M. Effects of Neuropeptide Y on the Isolated Iris Dilator Muscle. Invest Opth Visual Sci. 1998; 29:330-32.
  31. Baig AA, Davis MA. Impact of Framing Bias on Patient Preference of ED Triage Acute Knee Injury. Acad Em Med. 1997; 4:408.
  32. Davis MA, Hoffman JR, Rutledge GW. Acute Ankle Injury with Low Risk if Fracture: patient Preference for Immediate X-Ray vs. Follow-up. Acad Em Med. 1997; 4:409.
  33. Davis MA, Keerbs A, Hoffman JR, Baraff LJ. Admission decisions in emergency department chest pain patients at low risk for myocardial infarction: patient versus physician preferences. Ann Emerg Med. 1996 Dec; 28(6):606-11.
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  34. Davis MA, Votes S, Larmen B. "Code Blue" Emergency Medical Reference Algorithm. 1995.
  35. Davis MA, Krieger D. Pre-Hospital Care Paramdeic Protocols for Mogen David Adam Ambulance Service (Israel). 1994.
  36. Davis M, Norfleet W, Powell M. VD/VT Changes with Hypobaric Decompression. Undersea and Hypobaric Mecical Society. 1992.
  37. Piconne M, Krupin T, Stone R, Davis M, Wax M. Effects of Neuropeptide Y on Isolated Rabbit Iris Sphincter Muscle. ARVO. 1987.
  38. Volpicelli JR, Davis MA, Olgin JE. Naltrexone blocks the post-shock increase of ethanol consumption. Life Sci. 1986 Mar 3; 38(9):841-7.
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