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Adil Haider, MD

Center for Injury Research and Policy

Assistant Professor

Departmental Affiliation(s):

School of Medicine (Primary)
Health Policy and Management (Joint)

Education

MD
PhD
MPH

Overview

Long term clinical and functional outcomes after trauma Race and Gender Disparities after Trauma Care of Uninsured Trauma/Surgery Patients Optimal treatment of Trauma/Critically Ill Patients in resource poor settings Injury Severity Scoring Systems

Honors and Awards

American College of Surgeons-New York State Chapter: Scientific Papers on Trauma Resident Research Competition: Winner, Clinical Investigation. 12/2001

American College of Surgeons-Region II: Scientific Papers on Trauma Resident Research Competition: Winner, Clinical Investigation (Certificate and Cash prize) 4/2002

American College of Surgeons-Connecticut Chapter: 1st prize Annual resident research competition in Surgical Oncology. (Certificate and Cash Prize) 10/2002

American College of Surgeons-New York State Chapter: Scientific Papers on Trauma Resident Research Competition: Winner, Clinical Investigation. 12/2002

American College of Surgeons- Forum on Fundamental Surgical Problems: Excellence in Research Award – 2006 (Certificate and Cash Prize) 10/2006

American College of Surgeons- Maryland State Chapter: Scientific Papers on Trauma: Fellows Research Competition: 2nd prize, Clinical Investigation. 11/2006

Trauma, Trauma Outcomes, race disparities, gender disparities, care of unisured

  • Chang DC, Handly N, Abdullah F, Efron DT, Elliott RH, Haider AH, Shoher A, Pronovost P, Cornwell III, EC; The occurrence of potential patient safety errors among trauma patients: Are they random? Annals of Surgery (accepted for publication- in press)

  • Haut ER, Noll K, Efron DT, Berenholz SM, Haider A, Cornwell EE, Pronovost, PJ. Can Increased Incidence of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Be Used as a Marker of Quality of Care in the Absence of Standardized Screening?: The Potential Effect of Surveillance Bias on Reported DVT Rates. Journal of Trauma. (accepted for publication - in press).

  • Sullivan T, Haider AH, DiRusso SM, Risucci DA, Nealon P, Slim M. Prediction of mortality in pediatric trauma patients: New Injury Severity Score (NISS) outperforms Injury Severity Score (ISS). J Trauma. 2003 Dec;55(6):1083-7; discussion 1087-8.

  • Haider AH, Edwin DH, MacKenzie EJ, Bosse MJ, Castillo RC, Travison TG, Lower Extremity Assessment Project Study Group. The use of the NEO-five factor inventory to assess personality in trauma patients: a two-year prospective study. J Orthop Trauma. 2002 Oct;16(9):660-7.

  • Cuff S, DiRusso S, Sullivan T, Risucci D, Nealon P, Haider AH, Slim M. Validation of a relative head injury severity scale for pediatric trauma. J Trauma. 2007 Jul;63(1):172-7; discussion 177-8.