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Elizabeth Burner, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Phone+1 323 226 6667
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    Elizabeth Burner, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Following undergraduate studies and medical school at the University of California at San Diego, Dr. Burner completed her internship in internal medicine at the Cedars-Sinai/West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Internal Medicine Residency program, and her residency in Emergency Medicine at LAC+USC Medical Center. Due to her desire to better understand the etiology of health disparities among the marginalized patients at LAC+USC, she pursued a Clinical Research Fellowship at the USC Department of Emergency Medicine. During this fellowship, she was awarded an F32 grant from the NIDDK and completed a Masters in Public Health at the University of California Los Angeles. In 2013, Dr. Burner joined the faculty at the Keck School and works clinically in the emergency department at the LAC+USC hospital as well as the Jail Urgent Care based in the LA County Twin Towers Correctional Facility. She received a KL2 grant from the Southern California CTSI upon her appointment to the faculty to support her research. She currently serves on the SAEM Annual Meeting Program committee, as well as the SAEM Annual Meeting Research Committee, and lectures the undergraduate campus, the medical school and in the community.

    Dr. Burner’s research interests center on investigating emergent health communication tools to reach health disparity groups, and directing patients to chronic care and medical homes as appropriate. She is developing a mixed methods research career to better understand the viewpoint of marginalized populations, particularly urban Latino immigrants. She is also interested in validation of clinical instrument tools in ethnic minority populations, as well as the role of communication and leadership in successful resuscitations of critically ill patients.

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    Trial to Examine Text Message-based mHealth in Emergency department patients with Diabetes with Family And friends Network Supporters (TExT-MED+FANS)
    NIH/NIDDK K23DK106538Sep 1, 2016 - Jul 31, 2020
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Text-Based mHealth for Emergency department patients with Diabetes (TExT-MED)
    NIH/NIDDK F32DK094547Sep 8, 2011 - Sep 7, 2013
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Terp S, Burner E, Menchine M. In Reply. Acad Emerg Med. 2019 Jun; 26(6):707. PMID: 31004525.
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    2. Terp S, Wang B, Burner E, Connor D, Seabury SA, Menchine M. Civil Monetary Penalties Resulting From Violations of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) Involving Psychiatric Emergencies, 2002 to 2018. Acad Emerg Med. 2019 May; 26(5):470-478. PMID: 30994255.
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    3. Burner E, Mercado J, Hernandez-Saenz A, Peters A, Baezconde-Garbanati L, Arora S, Wu S. Design and patient characteristics of the randomized controlled trial TExT-MED?+?FANS A test of mHealth augmented social support added to a patient-focused text-messaging intervention for emergency department patients with poorly controlled diabetes. Contemp Clin Trials. 2019 May; 80:1-8. PMID: 30878623.
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    4. Burner ERE, Menchine MD, Kubicek K, Robles M, Kagawa Singer M, Arora S. Perceptions of Family Among Low-Income Patients With Diabetes in a Text-Based Mobile Health Intervention. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2018 11; 12(6):1203-1210. PMID: 29681170.
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    5. Burner E, Lam CN, DeRoss R, Kagawa-Singer M, Menchine M, Arora S. Using Mobile Health to Improve Social Support for Low-Income Latino Patients with Diabetes: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the Feasibility Trial of TExT-MED?+?FANS. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2018 01; 20(1):39-48. PMID: 29227155.
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    6. Wada P, Lam CN, Burner E, Terp S, Menchine M, Arora S. Exposure to and Use of Electronic Cigarettes: Does Language Matter? Ethn Dis. 2017; 27(3):217-222. PMID: 28811732.
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    7. Burner E, Arora S, Menchine M. Reply: “The Time Is Now to Use Clinical Outcomes as Quality Indicators for Effective Leadership in Trauma”. West J Emerg Med. 2017 Apr; 18(3):333-4. PMID: 29911839.
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    8. Ford K, Menchine M, Burner E, Arora S, Inaba K, Demetriades D, Yersin B. Leadership and Teamwork in Trauma and Resuscitation. West J Emerg Med. 2016 Sep; 17(5):549-56. PMID: 27625718.
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    9. Lam CN, Goldenson NI, Burner E, Unger JB. Cultural buffering as a protective factor against electronic cigarette use among Hispanic emergency department patients. Addict Behav. 2016 12; 63:155-60. PMID: 27513593.
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    10. Burner E, Henderson SO, Burke G, Nakashioya J, Hoffman JR. Inadequate Sensitivity of Laboratory Risk Indicator to Rule Out Necrotizing Fasciitis in the Emergency Department. West J Emerg Med. 2016 May; 17(3):333-6. PMID: 27330667.
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    11. Arora S, Ford K, Terp S, Abramson T, Ruiz R, Camilon M, Coyne CJ, Lam CN, Menchine M, Burner E. Describing the evolution of mobile technology usage for Latino patients and comparing findings to national mHealth estimates. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2016 09; 23(5):979-83. PMID: 26995564.
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    12. Djaladat H, Burner E, Parikh PM, Beroukhim Kay D, Hays K. The Association Between Testis Cancer and Semen Abnormalities Before Orchiectomy: A Systematic Review. J Adolesc Young Adult Oncol. 2014 Dec 01; 3(4):153-159. PMID: 25538860.
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    13. Arora S, Burner E, Terp S, Nok Lam C, Nercisian A, Bhatt V, Menchine M. Improving attendance at post-emergency department follow-up via automated text message appointment reminders: a randomized controlled trial. Acad Emerg Med. 2015 Jan; 22(1):31-7. PMID: 25388481.
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    14. Burner ER, Menchine MD, Kubicek K, Robles M, Arora S. Perceptions of successful cues to action and opportunities to augment behavioral triggers in diabetes self-management: qualitative analysis of a mobile intervention for low-income Latinos with diabetes. J Med Internet Res. 2014 Jan 29; 16(1):e25. PMID: 24476784.
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    15. Arora S, Peters AL, Burner E, Lam CN, Menchine M. Trial to examine text message-based mHealth in emergency department patients with diabetes (TExT-MED): a randomized controlled trial. Ann Emerg Med. 2014 Jun; 63(6):745-54.e6. PMID: 24225332.
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    16. Burner E, Menchine M, Taylor E, Arora S. Gender differences in diabetes self-management: a mixed-methods analysis of a mobile health intervention for inner-city Latino patients. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2013 Jan 01; 7(1):111-8. PMID: 23439166.
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    17. Betten DP, Burner EE, Thomas SC, Tomaszewski C, Clark RF. A retrospective evaluation of shortened-duration oral N-acetylcysteine for the treatment of acetaminophen poisoning. J Med Toxicol. 2009 Dec; 5(4):183-90. PMID: 19876849.
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