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Kim L. AskewWake Forest School of Medicine

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Kim L. Askew

Associate Professor,

Clinical Interests

Pediatric Resuscitation, Pediatric Trauma, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Department: 336-716-6578

Email: kaskew@wakehealth.edu

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Education & Training

  • B.S., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1999
  • M.D., Wake Forest University, 2003
  • Internship, Emergency Medicine, North Carolina Baptist Hospita, 2004
  • Residency, Emergency Medicine, North Carolina Baptist Hospita, 2006
  • Fellowship, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Fairfax Hosp, 2008

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

NPI Number

  • 1932293511
Kim L. Askew

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Kim L. Askew

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Research Interests

Educational Measurement; Curriculum; Education, Medical; Clinical Competence; Pneumonia, Pneumococcal
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Contact Information

Department: 336-716-6578

Email: kaskew@wakehealth.edu

Recent Publications

Delphi method validation of a procedural performance checklist for insertion of an ultrasound-guided internal jugular central line. Hartman N, Wittler M, Askew K, Manthey D.. Am J Med Qual. 2016;31(1):81-85.

Video-augmented feedback for procedural performance. Wittler M, Hartman N, Manthey D, Hiestand B, Askew K.. Med Teach. 2016;38(6):607-612.

Adherence to an accelerated diagnostic protocol for chest pain: secondary analysis of the HEART Pathway randomized trial. Mahler SA, Riley RF, Russell GB, Hiestand BC, Hoekstra JW, Lefebvre CW, Nicks BA, Cline DM, Askew KL, Bringolf J, Elliott SB, Herrington DM, Burke GL, Miller CD.. Acad Emerg Med. 2016;23(1):70-77.

Chest pain risk stratification: a comparison of the 2-hour accelerated diagnostic protocol (ADAPT) and the HEART Pathway. Stopyra JP, Miller CD, Hiestand BC, Lefebvre CW, Nicks BA, Cline DM, Askew KL, Riley RF, Russell GB, Burke GL, Herrington D, Hoekstra JW, Mahler SA.. Crit Pathw Cardiol. 2016;15(2):46-49.

Validation of a performance checklist for ultrasound-guided internal jugular central lines for use in procedural instruction and assessment. Hartman N, Wittler M, Askew K, Hiestand B, Manthey D.. Postgrad Med J. 2016;():.

The HEART pathway randomized trial: identifying emergency department patients with acute chest pain for early discharge. Mahler SA, Riley RF, Hiestand BC, Russell GB, Hoekstra JW, Lefebvre CW, Nicks BA, Cline DM, Askew KL, Elliott SB, Herrington DM, Burke GL, Miller CD.. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2015;8(2):195-203.

Second-degree-atrioventricular block, mobitz type I. Askew K. In: Lefebvre C, O'Neill JC, Cline DM, eds. The atlas of cardiovascular emergencies. New York: McGraw-Hill Education;2015: 149-150.

North Carolina College of Emergency Physicians' guidance document on emergency medical services [invited commentary]. Winslow JE, Fernandez AR, Swanson D, Williams JG, Mitchell T, Nicks BA, Askew KL, Alson RL, Nelson DR [sic] [Nelson RD], Stopyra JP, Zalkin J, Kearns RD, March JA.. N C Med J. 2015;76(4):256-262.

Combined versus detailed evaluation components in medical student global rating indexes. Askew KL, O'Neill JC, Hiestand B, Manthey DE.. West J Emerg Med. 2015;16(6):885-888.

Performance of the EDACS-accelerated diagnostic pathway in a cohort of US patients with acute chest pain. Stopyra JP, Miller CD, Hiestand BC, Lefebvre CW, Nicks BA, Cline DM, Askew KL, Riley RF, Russell GB, Hoekstra JW, Mahler SA.. Crit Pathw Cardiol. 2015;14(4):134-138.

Designing and implementing a medical student procedures curriculum. Fitch MT, Edmunds S, Bruggen J, Askew K, Jackson J, Manthey DE.. Med Sci Educ. 2014;24(3):325-332.

Consensus development of a pediatric emergency medicine clerkship curriculum. Askew KL, Weiner D, Murphy C, Duong M, Fox J, Fox S, O'Neill JC, Nadkarni M.. West J Emerg Med. 2014;15(6):647-651.

Hernias. Nicks BA, Askew K.. eMedicine. 2012;():775630.

Traumatic injuries. Manthey D, Askew K. In: Mahadevan SV, Garmel GM, eds. An introduction to clinical emergency medicine. 2nd ed. New York: Cambridge University Press;2012: 95-114.

Clinical reasoning: are we testing what we are teaching? [commentary]. Askew K, Manthey D, Mahler S.. Med Educ. 2012;46(6):540-542.

Implications of 25% to 50% coronary stenosis with cardiac computed tomographic angiography in ED patients. Miller CD, Litt HI, Askew K, Entrikin D, Carr JJ, Chang AM, Kilkenny J, Weisenthal B, Hollander JE.. Am J Emerg Med. 2012;30(4):597-605.

Rashes in infants and children. Askew K. In: Cline DM, Ma OJ, Cydulka RK, Meckler GD, Handel DA, Thomas SH, eds. Tintinalli's emergency medicine: just the facts. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill;2012: 293-300.

Pediatric cervical injuries [multimedia software]. Nicks BA, Askew K.. PEMSoft. 2011;(version 6.0):.

Pediatric spinal trauma [multimedia software]. Askew K, Nicks BA.. PEMSoft. 2011;(version 6.0):.

'Resident as teacher' programs in mandatory emergency medicine clerkships [abstract]. Hopson LR, Wald DA, Askew K, Casaletto J, Paul A.. Ann Emerg Med. 2010;56(3 Suppl):S139.

Anatomy of a clerkship test. Senecal EL, Askew K, Gorney B, Beeson MS, Manthey DE.. Acad Emerg Med. 2010;17(10 Suppl 2):S31-S37.

Cervical spine injuries [multimedia software]. Askew K, Nicks B.. PEMSoft. 2010;():.

Spinal injuries [multimedia software]. Askew K, Nicks B.. PEMSoft. 2010;():.

Chest pain patients at low risk for acute coronary syndrome: 30 day implications of 25-50% diameter coronary stenosis with cardiac computed tomography [abstract]. Askew KL, Miller CD, Litt HI, Entrikin D, Carr JJ, Chang AM, McCusker CM, Kilkenny J, Weisenthal B, Hollander JE.. Circulation. 2009;120(18 Suppl 2):S324.

Hernias. Nicks BA, Askew K.. eMedicine. 2009;():A775630.

The association between frontal plane QRS/T angle and short-term adverse events in ED patients with chest pain [abstract]. McMullan J, Gallaher J, Askew K, Zhang Z-M, Hoekstra J, Miller C.. Acad Emerg Med. 2009;16(4 Suppl 1):S116.

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Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Clinical Interests

Pediatric Resuscitation, Pediatric Trauma, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Kim L. Askew

Kim L. Askew

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

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