Michelle L. Macy, MD, MS
Assistant Professor, Departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
300 North Ingalls 6C13
Dr. Macy’s formal training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Health Services Research places her in a unique position to study the potential to extend emergency department (ED) care for children beyond the initial stabilization and treatment of acute conditions. Her research currently focuses on two areas: 1) injury prevention through brief ED-based interventions to promote size-appropriate child passenger restraint use and 2) increasing ED efficiency and decreasing hospital resource utilization by applying principles of observation medicine.
MD, University of Michigan Medical School, 2002
MS, Health and Health Care Research, University of Michigan, 2008
BS, Biology, University of Michigan, 1998
Disparities in Age-Appropriate Child Passenger Restraint Use among Children Age 1 to 12 Years.
Pediatrics 2014; 133:262-271 (published online January 13, 2014).
Rounding Frequency and Hospital Length of Stay for Children with Respiratory Illnesses: A Simulation Study.
Journal of Hospital Medicine 2013 Dec; 8(12):678-83.
Community Household Income and Resource Utilization for Common Inpatient Pediatric Conditions.
Pediatrics 2013 Dec;132(6):e1592-601.
Milk and Molasses Enemas: Clearing Things Up.
Journal of Emergency Nursing 2013 Oct 30 (Epub ahead of print).
Resource Utilization for Observation-Status Stays at Children’s Hospitals.
Pediatrics 2013 Jun;131(6):1050-1058.
Child Passenger Safety Web-based References for Parents and Clinicians: *: Contains specific information about proper seat belt fit.
Availability of Child Passenger Safety Resources to Emergency Physicians Practicing in Emergency Departments within Pediatric, Adult, and Non-Trauma Centers: A National Survey.
Pediatric Emergency Care Mar;29(3):324-30.
Child Passenger Restraints in Relation to Other Second Row Passengers: an Analysis of the 2007-2009 National Survey of the Use of Booster Seats.
Traffic Injury Prevention Feb 2013;14(2)209-214.
Child Passenger Safety Practices in the United States: Disparities in light of Updated Recommendations.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Sep 2012;43(3):272-81.
Empirical Hospital and Professional Charges for Patient Care Associated with Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Before and After Implementation of Therapeutic Hypothermia for Comatose Survivors.
Resuscitation. Oct 2012;83(10):1265-1270.
Pediatric Observation Status: Are We Overlooking a Growing Population in Children’s Hospitals.
Journal of Hospital Medicine. Sep 2012;7:530-536.
Is Pediatric Emergency Department Utilization by Pregnant Teens on the Rise?
Pediatric Emergency Care. Apr 2012; 28(4):307-9.
Emergency physician perspectives on child passenger safety: a national survey of attitudes and practices.
Academic Pediatrics. 2012 Mar-Apr;12(2):131-7. doi: 10.1016/j.acap.2011.10.002.
Carpooling and Booster Seats: A National Survey of Parents.
Pediatrics. 2012; 129:290-298.
Parental Identification of Improper Seat Belt Fit among Children under 10-Years-Old.
Academic Pediatrics. 2011 Nov;11(6):487-92.
Differences in designations of observation care in US freestanding children's hospitals: are they virtual or real?
Journal of Hospital Medicine. 2012 Apr;7(4):287-93. doi: 10.1002/jhm.949.
Parental Health Literacy and Asthma Education Delivery during a Visit to a Community-Based Pediatric Emergency Department: A Pilot Study.
Pediatric Emergency Care. June 2011;27(6):469-474.
Examining the Contextual Effects of Neighborhood on Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest and the Provision of Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
Resuscitation. 2011 Jun;82(6):674-9.
Death Notification Training for Prehospital Providers: A Pilot Study.
Prehospital Emergency Care. 2010, Oct-Dec; 14(4):537-42.
High Turnover Stays for Pediatric Asthma in the United States: Analysis of the 2006 Kids’ Inpatient Database.
Medical Care. 2010 Sep; 48(9):827-33.
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis: Reminder Systems to Reduce Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection and Urinary Catheter Use in Hospitalized Patients.
Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2010 Sep; 1; 51(5):550-60.
Small Area Variations in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Does the Neighborhood Matter?
Annals of Internal Medicine. 2010 Jul 6; 153(1):19-22.
Potentially Inappropriate Medication Utilization in Emergency Department Visits by Older Adults: Analysis from a Nationally Representative Sample.
Academic Emergency Medicine. 2010; 17(3):231-7.
Accuracy of Non-contact Infrared Thermometry versus Rectal Thermometry in Young Children Evaluated in the Emergency Department for Fever.
Journal of Emergency Nursing. 2010; 36(2):101-4.
A qualitative study to understand barriers to implementation of national guidelines for prehospital termination of unsuccessful resuscitation efforts.
Prehospital Emergency Care. 2010; 14(2):250-8.
Pediatric Observation Units in the United States: A Systematic Review.
Journal of Hospital Medicine 2010 5(3): 172-182.
A Qualitative Study to Identify Barriers to Local Implementation of Prehospital Termination of Resuscitation Protocols.
Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2009; 2:361-368.
Trends in High Turnover Stays Among Children Hospitalized in the United States, 1993 through 2003.
Pediatrics 2009; 123:996-1002.
Long-Term Outcome of Pediatric Stroke Survivors.
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 2003; 2:51-59.
Neuropsychological Status and Social Problem-Solving in Children with Congenital or Acquired Brain Dysfunction.
Rehabilitation Psychology. 2003; 48:250-254.
^: Includes video media about child safety seats.
Child Passenger Safety Web-based References for Parents and Clinicians:
*: Contains specific information about proper seat belt fit.