Paul A. Willette, DO, FACEP


Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts
Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Residency: Akron General Medical Center -Emergency Medicine
Academic Interests: Resuscitation, Endocrine emergencies, Procedural sedation, wellness
Emergency Medicine
Ohio University – Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

Adjunct -Assistant Clinical Professor
Emergency Medicine
The Ohio State University-Wexner Medical Center

Adjunct -Assistant Clinical Professor
Emergency Medicine
Wright State University-Boonshoft School of Medicine

Hobbies: Kayaking, golf, travel
“Glucagon: An Adjunctive Therapy In Bronchospastic Disease”, Abstract SAEM 3/94, Presented in Washington D.C., at annual SAEM conference 5/94.
Letter: Annals of Emergency Medicine, re: Head Trauma, pub. 1/96
Deep Neck Infection Requiring Emergent Tracheostomy Complicating A Dental Extraction, (Clinical J, Doctors Hospital)
Willette, et al, Does a Category II Trauma Activation Warrant the Presence of a Trauma Surgeon.: J. Emerg. Medicine, Journal of Emerg Med, 9-2010
Willette, et al, Feasibility Study of a Visually Guided Male Urinary Catheterization Device, Presented: AUA meeting by Dr. Banks, 4-25-2009
Willette, et al, Randomized Trial Comparing Standard Male Urinary Catheterization to Visually Guided Male Urinary Catheterization for Problematic Procedures, Journal of Emergency Nursing, Volume 39, Issue 1, Pages 27-32, January 2013
Franz RW, Willette PA., Wood MJ, Wright ML, Hartman JF. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Screening Criteria for Blunt Cerebrovascular Injuries, JACS, Vol 214, Issue 3, 313-327, March 2012
Willette, PA, Coffield S, Current Trends in the Mangagement of Difficult Urinary Catheterizations, WEJM, February, 2012
Willette et al, Lost in Translation: Thoroughness of Pre-Hospital Documentation Used to Determine Trauma Alert Activation at a Level I Trauma Center, manuscript under review
Willette, PA, Diagnosis is Under the Bandaid, MOES Clinical Review, August, 2012
Willette, PA, Rapid Insertion of Oral Gastric Tube, ALIEM, February, 2017
Willette, PA, Lewis, L. Epiploic Appendagitis, 5 Minute Consult. 2022 ( accepted )