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Joseph Pare 

 

Name: Joseph Pare

Institution: Boston Medical Center

Fellowship: Yale University, awarded an MHS through a 2-yr. fellowship completed 2016.

Title: Assistant Professor

Twitter Handle: @jrpare29

 

Research Contributions and Interests:

  • cardiothoracic ultrasound
  • volume assessment with corrected flow time
  • heart failure with corrected flow time applications

 

Featured Ultrasound and Current Interest Publications:

  • Pare, J. R., Langlois, B. K., Scalera, S. A., Husain, L. F., Douriez, C., Chiu, H. & Carmody, K. Revival of the use of ultrasound in screening for appendicitis in young adult men. J. Clin. Ultrasound JCU (2015). doi:10.1002/jcu.2228
  • Pare, J. R., Liu, R., Moore, C. L., Sherban, T., Kelleher, M. S., Thomas, S. & Taylor, R. A. Emergency physician focused cardiac ultrasound improves diagnosis of ascending aortic dissection. Am. J. Emerg. Med. (2015). doi:10.1016/j.ajem.2015.12.005
  • Kennedy Hall, M., Coffey, E. C., Herbst, M., Liu, R., Pare, J. R., Andrew Taylor, R., Thomas, S. & Moore, C. L. The ‘5Es’ of Emergency Physician-performed Focused Cardiac Ultrasound: A Protocol for Rapid Identification of Effusion, Ejection, Equality, Exit, and Entrance. Acad. Emerg. Med. Off. J. Soc. Acad. Emerg. Med. 22, 583–593 (2015).
  • Pare JR, Liu R, Moore CL, Safdar B. Corrected flow time: a noninvasive ultrasound measure to detect preload reduction by nitroglycerin. Am J Emerg Med. 2016 Sep;34(9):1859–62. 
  • Daley J, Grotberg J, Pare J, Medoro A, Liu R, Hall MK, et al. Emergency physician performed tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE) in the evaluation of suspected pulmonary embolism. Am J Emerg Med [Internet]. 2016 Oct [cited 2016 Oct 23]; Available from: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0735675716307136

 

Education Contributions and Interests:

  • Active with resident and medical student education at Boston University 
  • Meets frequently for hands-on scanning sessions with residents, fellows and MS 3 & 4 students on the ultrasound elective
  • Shares responsibility for running image review & quality assurance at Boston Medical Center. 
  • Involved in a pilot hands-on teaching course for MS 1 & 2 students at Yale University.
  • Taught ultrasound at regional and national ultrasound courses including the New England Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound Course and the Yale Caribbean Island Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course.  
  • Committed to mentoring students and residents in ultrasound research projects.

 

Awards or Featured Spotlights :

  • Dr. Pare was just selected for the 2016 HFSA/EMF Acute Heart Failure Young Investigator Award.  This is an $80,000 research award to determine if ultrasound measures (corrected flow time and lung ultrasound) can predict 30-day returns for patients with congestive heart failure. More information can be found here: https://www.emfoundation.org/grantees/
  • Dr. Pare also won SonoGames® for Boston Medical Center for the first two years it was held (2012, 2013) and was the Faculty Captain for Yale University when Yale won SonoGames® in 2015.

 

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What I do for fun:

 

  • Food.  Sushi. I try to grow produce, but a recent move back to Boston in July left for a very short growing with some very small eggplants!

 

Why I joined AEUS: AEUS is a fantastic opportunity to be involved in multiple important aspects of emergency ultrasound development and education.  AEUS now offers grants for residents and faculty, it allows for you to network and find out what other people are working on, it has allowed me to stay active with SonoGames (super fun and everyone should check it out in May this spring at SAEM!), and it also allows you to be aware of policies and changes in how we as emergency physicians choose to use and develop point of care ultrasound in our clinical practice!