Jacqueline Elizabeth Shibata

Title(s)HS Assistant Clinical Professor, Emergency Medicine
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    1. Feasibility of patient-performed lung ultrasound self-exams (Patient-PLUS) as a potential approach to telemedicine in heart failure. ESC Heart Fail. 2021 Oct; 8(5):3997-4006. Chiem AT, Lim GW, Tabibnia AP, Takemoto AS, Weingrow DM, Shibata JE. PMID: 34288549.
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    2. Woman with dyspnea and acute respiratory distress. J Am Coll Emerg Physicians Open. 2021 Apr; 2(2):e12416. Shibata J, Ismail K, Liu YT. PMID: 33842924.
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    3. Ultrasound Treasure Hunt: A Novel Teaching Method that Overcomes Direct-Patient Care Restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 Pandemic. AEM Educ Train. 2020 Oct 03. Shibata J, Weingrow D, Tabibnia A, Lim G, Chiem A. PMID: 33230492.
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    4. Pick Up Your Probes: A Call for Clinically Oriented Point-of-Care Ultrasound Research in COVID-19. J Ultrasound Med. 2021 Feb; 40(2):391-396. Chiem AT, Shibata J, Lim G, Liu YT. PMID: 32686851.
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