Bharti Khurana, MD, Awarded $3.2M NIH Grant to Develop Clinical Tool for Identifying Signs of Intimate Partner Violence on Imaging
Bharti Khurana, MD, was awarded a four-year, $3.2 million grant for her project “Making the Invisible Visible: An Automated Clinical Decision Support Tool for Intimate Partner Violence Risk and Severity Prediction (AIRS)”. With the funding, Dr. Khurana seeks to develop a tool that will allow radiologists to easily identify patients who have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) using historical radiological and clinical data.
Source: Brigham and Women’s Hospital
The Untrained Public’s Ability to Apply the Layperson Audiovisual Assist Tourniquet vs a Combat Application Tourniquet: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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