Department of Emergency Medicine Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore. Maryland
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To the physicians, nurses, paramedics, students, and administrative staff of the Emergency Department at the University of North Carolina Hospitals, who make JET
sure I never have a dull moment in the practice of emergency medicine.
To my parents, Andrew and Susan Kelen, GDK
who instilled in me the ethic and love of discovery.
To my wife, to my sons, and to my parents. The challenges of being a husband, JSS
a father, and a son have made me a better person. My love and appreciation.
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