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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)

Center & Institute Affiliation(s):

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.