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CBS 11: North Texas Doctors: "Controlled Chaos" in Las Vegas Hospitals as Colleagues Work to Save Lives

Oct. 3, 2017

Dr. Michael Foreman


Michael Foreman, MD, discussed with Robbie Owens of CBS 11 the need for "controlled chaos" inside hospitals immediately following a senseless tragedy like the recent shootings in Las Vegas. Read the full story.



NBC 5: Hospitals Use Lessons Learned in 2016 Dallas Police Shootings

Oct. 3, 2017

Dallas Ambulance


Bianca Castro of NBC 5 interviewed Baylor University Medical Center Director of Trauma Dr. Michael Foreman about how North Texas hospitals now plan for mass-casualty events thanks to lessons learned in the 2016 Dallas police shootings. Read the full story.



Fox News: Trauma Survivors Reunion

May 19, 2017

Fox News: Trauma Survivors Reunion 


Trauma Survivors Reunion


The Trauma Research Department hosted the Trauma Survivors Reunion of on May 19, 2017. At the reunion, patients who survived traumatic, life-threatening injuries were reunited with the doctors and first responders who fought to save them.



Public Now: Trauma Researchers Earn Top Award at Texas ACS Annual Meeting

April 27, 2017

Trauma Care Research presented by Nathan Vaughan, MD, surgical critical care fellow at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, was named 'best paper' at the Texas American College of Surgeons 2017 meeting in Austin.



South By Southwest: “Virtual Reality Therapy: Treatment for the World”

March 14, 2017

Dr. Mark Powers at SXSW 2017

Mark Powers, PhD, presented "Virtual Reality Therapy: Treatment for the World" at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2017.


Virtual Reality Therapy provides a safer environment for treatment of mental health issues, creating a more effective protocol that allows for gradual engagement that can be accessed worldwide via a VRT headset. Read the full story.



The Flame: All Start Alumni 


Dr. Michael Foreman


In 2016, Dr. Foreman was named an "All Star Alumni" in an article of The Flame. Over three decades, he has established the Baylor DallasTrauma Program as one of the most capable programs in the nation. The Division he now directs includes 11 physicians, three critical care fellows and 15 nurse practitioners on the medical staff, as well as specialized nursing and research staff at Baylor Dallas.



Scrubbing In: Stop the Bleed

Dec. 10, 2016

Scrubbing In: Stop teh Bleed 


In July 2016, medical staff from the Trauma Injury Prevention Program at Baylor Dallas trained more than 730 Dallas, DART and Baylor Scott & White Health officers through a two-hour course. Following the initial success, the “Stop the Bleed” program expanded its instructor criteria to include nurses, doctors, paramedics and trained police officers in an effort to increase its outreach. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: I Will Remember July 7

July 17, 2016

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Emergency Department


Read Dr. Foreman's firsthand account of the role he and other medical professionals at Baylor Dallas played after the tragic shooting in downtown Dallas on July 7, 2016. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Restoring Hope after Tragedy Strikes

July 13, 2016

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Campus 


Ann Marie Warren, PhD, a clinical psychologist at Baylor Dallas’ Level 1 Trauma Center, provides insight into the tragedy of the July 7, 2016, shootings in Dallas and how the medical team at Baylor Dallas responded. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Coping With the Psychological Impact of a Mass Shooting

June 12, 2016



Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, FL, and the psychological reactions to such a tragic event. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Celebrating Life after Traumatic Injury

June 1, 2016

Patients celebrating life after a traumatic injury


The second-annual trauma survivors reunion at Baylor Dallas provided patients a chance to meet each other and give thanks to the medical professionals who helped save their lives. Read the full story.



National Public Radio Podcast (NPR): One Crisis Away: Rebuilding a Life

March 29, 2016

KERA: One Crisis Away: Rebuilding a Life

Ann Marie Warren, PhD, ABPP, a clinical psychologist on the medical staff at Baylor Dallas, and Jeff Quan, a counselor at Eastfield College, recently sat down for a segment of the KERA series One Crisis Away: Rebuilding a Life to discuss the psychological responses that may persist after a traumatic event, such as the storms that caused devastation to North Texas during the winter of 2016. 



Scrubbing In: Fear of Recurrence as an Illness

Jan. 4, 2016

Some patients fear their illness will return


Dr. Ann Marie Warren talks about the psychological impact on patients who are concerned that certain illnesses and medical conditions, like cancer, will recur. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Trauma Reunion

May 18, 2015

Survivors at the trauma reunion   Survivors at the trauma reunion

Trauma survivors reunited with caretakers who saved their lives at the inaugural Trauma Survivors Reunion in 2015. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Domestic Violence Often Leads to Traumatic Brain Injury

Sept. 12, 2014

Scrubbing In: Domestic Violence Often Leads to Traumatic Brain Injury


Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses traumatic brain injuries and common symptoms patients experience. Read the full story.



Think Radio Show: KERA’s “Broken Hip” Series

Sept. 8, 2014

Think Radio Show: KERA's Broken Hip Series


In an interview that first appeared on the Think Radio Show, hosted by Krys BoydAlan Jones, MD, from Baylor Dallas was one of the guests who spoke about the impact of this serious injury when KERA took its "Broken Hip" series to the Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center at Baylor Dallas for a live panel discussion.



KERA: What to Expect in Trauma

June 16, 2014

What to expect in Trauma 

Lauren Silverman, news reporter and blogger for KERA, recently hosted a panel of medical experts on the medical staff at Baylor Dallas, including Dr. Michael Foreman, the trauma medical director of the Level I Trauma Center; Ann Marie Warren, PhD, trauma psychologist; and Karen Minor, a registered nurse in the emergency department. The panel discussed how to avoid serious injuries and what steps to take if they do occur. Watch the video.



Scrubbing In: Fort Hood Tragic Shooting Continues PTSD Discussion

April 3, 2014

A soldier with PTSD


Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses mental health in relation to PTSD after the Fort Hood shooting. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: The Hidden Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

Jan. 24, 2014

An empty hallway


Dr. Ann Marie Warren details the warning signs and characteristics of domestic violence. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: Bullying and Suicide: Know the Warning Signs

Oct. 17, 2013

A bullied child


Dr. Ann Marie Warren warns against the dangers of bullying and how some children contemplate suicide because of it. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: PTSD: The Effect on the Navy Yard Gunman and the Public

Sept. 18, 2013

Man with PTSD


Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., and the role PTSD may have played. Read the full story.



Scrubbing In: The Third-Leading Cause of Death for 15- to 24-Year-Olds

Sept. 13, 2013

Person walking down a tunnel


In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week, Dr. Ann Marie Warren provides a special focus on this deadly epidemic. Read the full story.



National Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention Week

May 27, 2013

An orange life preserver


Laura Petrey, MD, a surgeon on the medical staff at the Level 1 Trauma Center at Baylor Dallas, provides some safety tips around the water. Read the full story.


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