Dr. Goldberg is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and a board-certified emergency physician practicing at Rhode Island and Miriam hospitals. She completed her internship, residency, chief residency, and research fellowship at Brown University. She is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Center of Gerontology and Healthcare Research at Brown University (AHRQ T32) and a graduate of the Masters of Epidemiology program.
Her research interests lie in hypertension screening and management in the Emergency Department, aging, and health services research. Her work has included the management of asymptomatic elevated blood pressure in the ED, the provision of high quality bilingual CPR education, identifying predictors for pediatric pneumonia, and the development of a clinical assessment tool for pediatric asthma. Most recently she has been interested in developing multidisciplinary fall prevention protocols for older adults in the Emergency Department. Additionally, she is evaluating whether managed care approaches are beneficial to patients, particularly older adults requiring skilled nursing services.
Dr. Goldberg is the instructor for the undergraduate course, Introduction to Conducting Clinical Research. She is also the Vice President for Education of the Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine and the Geriatric Faculty Champion for the Department of Emergency Medicine.
|Goldberg EM, Wilson T, Saucier C, Brody AM, Levy PD, Eaton CB, Merchant RC Achieving the BpTRUth: emergency department hypertension screening and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services quality measure.. Journal of the American Society of Hypertension : JASH. 2017;|
|Goldberg EM, Morphis B, Youssef R, Gardner R An analysis of diagnoses that drive readmission: What can we learn from the hospitals in Southern New England with the highest and lowest readmission performance?. Rhode Island medical journal (2013). 2017; 100 (8) : 23-28.|
|Goldberg EM, Levy PD, McNaughton CD When More Isn't Better: Visits for Hypertension: Answers to the September 2016 Journal Club Questions.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2017; 69 (2) : 257-262.|
|Brody AM, Sharma VK, Singh A, Kumar VA, Goldberg EM, Millis SR, Levy PD Barriers to emergency physician diagnosis and treatment of uncontrolled chronic hypertension.. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016;|
|Wilson T, Goldberg EM Do Nonopioid Medications Provide Effective Analgesia in Adult Patients With Acute Renal Colic?. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2016;|
|Goldberg, Elizabeth M., Trivedi, Amal N., Mor, Vincent, Jung, Hye-Young, Rahman, Momotazur Favorable Risk Selection in Medicare Advantage: Trends in Mortality and Plan Exits Among Nursing Home Beneficiaries.. Medical Care Research and Review/Medical Care Research and Review. 2016; 74 (6) : 736-749.|
|Goldberg EM, Levy PD New Approaches to Evaluating and Monitoring Blood Pressure.. Current Hypertension Reports. 2016; 18 (6) : 49.|
|Brody A, Twiner M, Kumar A, Goldberg E, McNaughton C, Souffront K, Millis S, Levy PD Survey of Emergency Physician Approaches to Management of Asymptomatic Hypertension.. Journal of clinical hypertension (Greenwich, Conn.). 2016;|
|Goldberg EM, Levy PD, McNaughton CD When More Isn't Better: Visits for Hypertension: September 2016 Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2016; 68 (3) : 385-6.|
|Goldberg EM, Shah K, Shayne P An Evidence-Based Approach To Managing Asymptomatic Elevated Blood Pressure In The Emergency Department.. Emergency medicine practice. 2015; 17 (2) : 1-24.|
Brody AM, Janke A, Reed B, Dawood R, Goldberg E, McNaughton C, Levy PD.
Barriers to emergency physician diagnosis and treatment of asymptomatic hypertension..
Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; (22) : 398-9.
Brody AM, Reed B, Dawood R, Janke A, Goldberg E, McNaughton C, and Levy PD.
Survey of emergency physician approaches to management of asymptomatic hypertension. .
Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; (22) : 308-9.
|Goldberg E, Wapner J, Ventetuolo C. Syncope and Dyspnea - A Case Simulation. . MedEdPORTAL. 2014;|
|Goldberg EM, Laskowski-Kos U, Wu D, Gutierrez J, Bilderback A, Okelo SO, Garro A The Pediatric Asthma Control and Communication Instrument for the Emergency Department (PACCI-ED) improves physician assessment of asthma morbidity in pediatric emergency department patients.. J Asthma. 2014; 51 (2) : 200-8.|
|Jacquet GA, Foran M, Bartels S, Becker TK, Schroeder ED, Duber HC, Goldberg E, Cockrell H, Levine AC, Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review (GEMLR) Group Global Emergency Medicine: a review of the literature from 2012.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2013; 20 (8) : 835-43.|
|Modi P, Mark Munyaneza RB, Goldberg E, Choy G, Shailam R, Sagar P, Westra SJ, Nyakubyara S, Gakwerere M, Wolfman V, Vinograd A, Moore M, Levine AC Oxygen saturation can predict pediatric pneumonia in a resource-limited setting.. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013; 45 (5) : 752-60.|
|Schroeder ED, Jacquet G, Becker TK, Foran M, Goldberg E, Aschkenasy M, Bertsch K, Levine AC, Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review (GEMLR) Group Global emergency medicine: a review of the literature from 2011.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2012; 19 (10) : 1196-203.|
|Goldberg EM, Rotondo KM Complete antrioventricular block due to Lyme reinfection in a six year-old boy.. Medicine and health, Rhode Island. 2010; 93 (5) : 158-60.|
National Institute of Health (NIA), Grants for Early Medical/Surgical Specialists’ Transition to Aging (GEMSSTAR), R03AG056349
SAEMF/EMF GEMSSTAR for Emergency Medicine Supplemental Funding
Rhode Island Foundation Medical Research Grant
AHRQ T32 Institutional Health Services Training Grant
UEMF Research Development Grant
EMRA Local Action Grant
|Postdoctoral Fellow, Center of Gerontology and Healthcare Research||Brown University, Center of Gerontology and Healthcare Research||2015-2018|
2017 Providence Business News 40 Under Forty Honoree (July 2017)
Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine Momentum Award (2017)
Tideswell Emergency Leaders in Aging Scholar (2017-2018)
Geriatric Faculty Champion Award (2017)
Fellow of American College of Emergency Medicine Physicians (FACEP) (October 2016)
Rhode Island Foundation Medical Research Grant Awardee (2016 – 2017)
Travel Award to Academy Health, Brown University School of Public Health (Summer 2016)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow Appointment, AHRQ T32, Brown University School of Public Health (2015 – 2017)
Best Faculty Discussant, Clinical Pathologic Case (CPC) Conference, Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University (2014)
Best Faculty Presentation, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting
“Shark Tank” Prediction of Hypertension Based Upon Emergency Department (ED) Blood Pressure Readings and Congruence with ED Attendings’ Predictions of Hypertension with Results of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring (HBPM)
|Eaton, Charles||Professor of Family Medicine, Director of Primary Care and Prevention, Professor of Epidemiology|
|Gardner, Rebekah||Associate Professor of Medicine|
|Merchant, Roland||Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine, Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology|
|Mor, Vincent||Florence Pirce Grant University Professor, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Rahman, Md||Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Trivedi, Amal||Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Associate Professor of Medicine|
|Fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine (FACEP)||2016-2026|
|Board Certified in Emergency Medicine||emergency medicine||2013-2016|
|PHP 1680K - Introduction to Conducting Clinical Research|