In the Media


Not wearing a helmet on an e-scooter is dumb

Advocate Magazine April 23, 2019

Of the 156 people taken to the emergency room at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas for an electric scooter injury, zero of them wore helmets. Advocate Magazine reports other data on electric scooter injuries.

Baylor Scott & White: E-scooter injuries have generated $1.4M in hospital costs

Dallas Business Journal April 23, 2019

The Dallas Business Journal reports data on electric scooter injuries treated at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas from June 2018 to January 2019.

E-scooter injuries have generated $1.4 million in hospital costs, Baylor Scott & White says

WFFA 8 April 22, 2019

Karen Mynar, the Trauma Injury Prevention Coordinator at Baylor University Medical Center, recently spoke with Matt Howerton, WFAA 8 reporter, about the impact of electric scooter (e-scooter) injuries, including $1.4 million in hospital costs.

Resuscitationist inserted distal perfusion catheter with Chris Couch, ED ECMO: Resuscitationist-initiated extra-corporeal life support and enhanced CPR

April 4, 2019

Dr. Zack Shinar interviewed Dr. Chris Couch, Critical Care Attending, and Omar Hernandez, ECMO Program Coordinator, of Baylor University Medical Center regarding their experience with and thoughts on distal perfusion catheters for critical ill patients on ECMO.

Dr. Mark Powers – The best tested ways to treat anxiety and trauma

Think Act Be: Aligning thought, action, and presence March 5, 2019

Dr. Mark Powers, Director of Trauma Research at Baylor University Medical Center, was recently interviewed by Dr. Seth Gillihan about research and treatment of anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In this podcast, Dr. Powers discusses the definition, signs, symptoms, diagnosis of, and effective treatments, including Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), for PTSD.


An orthopedic surgeon's take on the e-scooters craze

Scrubbing In November 8, 2018

Dr. Alan Jones, the medical director of orthopedics trauma and program director of the orthopedic residency program at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, discusses why he and his team have seen an increase in electric scooter (e-scooters) injuries, many requiring surgeries, since the rollout of the e-scooters in Dallas. He also provides tips, including wearing a helmet, to keep you safe when riding e-scooters.

Guns in America: What 245 Americans think about the issue

Time Magazine November 5, 2018

TIME partnered with JR, photographer and artist, to create a live mural of 245 Americans about their opinions and positions on guns in America. Drs. Michael Foreman, Laura Bruce Petrey, Ann Marie Warren and Alan Jones of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas were interviewed for this project.

Learning to appreciate life after my traumatic car accident

Scrubbing In July 30, 2018

Former patient, Miguel Vargas, shares his story of miraculous recovery after enduring a car crash that left with traumatic orthopedic and brain injury.

11 bike safety measures to remember

Scrubbing In January 15, 2018

The Level 1 trauma center at Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, shares 11 bicycle safety tips to help prevent traumatic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, associated with bicycle collisions.


When tragedy shakes a nation, focus forward through action

Scrubbing In October 5, 2017

After the deadly mass shooting in America, Baylor Scott & White Health shares how in the wake of tragedy, the resilience and heroism of individuals crisis can saves lives.

Dealing with mass casualties, Dr. Michael Foreman

WFAA 8 October 3, 2017

Dr. Michael Foreman, Director of Trauma, Critical Care, & Acute Care Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center, and Ron Corning, reporter of WFAA 8, discuss how to deal with mass casualties like the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas.

North Texas Doctors: ‘Controlled Chaos’ in Las Vegas hospitals as colleagues work to save lives

CBS 11 October 2, 2017

Dr. Michael Foreman discusses the need for community and hospital preparedness immediately following mass causality incidents, like the recent shootings in Dallas and Las Vegas.

North Texas hospitals address Mass Casualty Plan after Las Vegas Shooting

NBC 5 October 2, 2017

Bianca Castro, NBC 5, interviewed Dr. Michael Foreman, Director of Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center, about how North Texas hospitals now plan for mass-casualty events after first-hand experience from 2016 Dallas police shootings.

Preventing falls in older adults

Scrubbing In September 16, 2017

Although most people may not think of falls as a life-threatening traumatic injury, but for adults 65 years and older, falls contribute to 76% of all traumatic injuries. This article provides education on fall prevention.

Trauma patients, doctors, first responders reunite

Fox 4 News May 19, 2017

Each year, the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, & Acute Care surgery hosts a Trauma Survivors’ Reunion. The third annual Trauma Survivors’ Reunion, May 19, 2017, allowed former patients, who survived traumatic, life-threatening injuries, to reunite with their doctors and first responders who fought valiantly to save them.


Would you know how to “Stop the Bleed”?

Scrubbing In December 10, 2016

In July 2016, medical staff from the Trauma Injury Prevention Program at Baylor University Medical Center 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 instructor criteria to include nurses, doctors, paramedics, and trained police officers in an effort to increase outreach.

I will remember July 7

Scrubbing In July 17, 2016

Dr. Laura Bruce Petrey describes her firsthand account of the tragic shooting in downtown Dallas on July 7, 2016, and how she will always remember that night.

Finding growth in tragedy shows the power of the human spirit

Dallas News July 14, 2016

After a traumatic event, like the recent mass shootings in Downtown Dallas, it may seem impossible to get through the next day, hour, or minute; however, many people are eventually able to see the potential growth, or meaning, resulting from the traumatic event. Dr. Ann Marie Warren explains this phenomenon – posttraumatic growth – in an article from Dallas News.

Restoring hope after tragedy strikes

Scrubbing In July 13, 2016

Dr. Ann Marie Warren, a clinical psychologist at Baylor University Medical Center, provides insight into the emotional impact of trauma, in context of the tragedy of the July 7, 2016 shootings in downtown Dallas, and her hope for a stronger, more resilient Dallas.

Coping with the psychological impact of a mass shooting

Scrubbing In June 12, 2016

Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses psychological reactions following mass shootings, like the recent mass shooting in a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and provides resources on how to manage psychological symptoms following tragedy.

Doctors hurt, too: Dallas sniper’s ambush affects medical personnel

Dallas News July 10, 2016

Drs. Alan Jones and Ann Marie Warren, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, recount their experience of Downtown Dallas shooting, and how they, as healthcare providers, are also affected by this tragic night.

How do you prepare for the worst? Inside Baylor’s ER the night tragedy struck

D Magazine July 10, 2016

The healthcare providers, including Drs. Laura Bruce Petrey, Michael Foreman, Alan Jones, and Ann Marie Warren, experienced one of the worst nights at Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) during the recent Downtown Dallas shooting. The doctors describe their personal experience while at BUMC on that tragic night.

Shetamia Taylor Press Conference

Baylor Scott & White Health Online Newsroom July 10, 2016

Baylor Scott & White held a press conference with Shetamia Taylor, her family, and her medical team, including Drs. Michael Foreman, Alan Jones, Ann Marie Warren, Laura Bruce Petrey, after the tragic July 7, 2016 mass shooting in Dallas.

Baylor hospital medical director of trauma on casualties from police shootings

The Dallas Morning News July 8, 2016

Dr. Michael Foreman, Director of Trauma, Critical Care, & Acute Care Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center, recounts his experience as a trauma surgeon on the night of the recent mass shooting in Dallas.

Celebrating life after traumatic injury

Scrubbing In June 1, 2016

The Division of Trauma, Critical Care, & Acute Care Surgery hosted the second annual Trauma Survivors’ Reunion at Baylor University Medical Center, which provided former patients the opportunity to meet other survivors and give thanks to the medical professionals who helped save their lives.

Life after the storm: The psychological response after trauma

Scrubbing In March 29, 2016

After a natural disaster, like the recent tornados in North Texas, people may experience signs and symptoms of trauma from that event. Dr. Ann Marie Warren, clinical psychologist at Baylor University Medical Center, provides insight on posttraumatic stress symptoms and available treatment for these symptoms.

Life after the storm

Think, KERA March 29, 2016

Dr. Ann Marie Warren, a clinical psychologist at Baylor University Medical Center, and Jeff Quan, a counselor at Eastfield College, 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.

Fear of recurrence as an illness

Scrubbing In January 6, 2016

Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the psychological impact, such as fear, anxiety, and depression, after the diagnosis of a chronic or recurrent medical illness, like cancer, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes, on patients and family members.


Severe injury didn't stop Joshua from pursuing his dreams

Scrubbing In November 27, 2015

Joshua Farmer experienced the unexpected as a Senior at Lakeview Centennial High School when he was pinned under a car that crashed through a restaurant. However, his severe, traumatic injuries didn't keep him from graduating high school.

Medical ID could save your life during emergencies

Scrubbing In September 18, 2015

During a medical emergency, vital medical information, such as past medical history, allergies, and current medications, can save valuable time in saving a life. Baylor University Medical Center helps educate how the Health application on the new iOS 8 for iPhone can store your personal health information, which could help save your life during a medical emergency.

Trauma survivors reunite with caretakers who saved their lives

Scrubbing In May 18, 2015

Former trauma patients were given the opportunity to reconnect with and thank the multidisciplinary team who saved their lives at the inaugural Trauma Survivors ‘Reunion in 2015.


Baylor trauma visits rise during Texas-OU weekend

Scrubbing In October 7, 2014

The Red River Showdown at the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park attracts fans of the University of Texas at Austin and Oklahoma University to Dallas every fall. Due to the proximity of Baylor University Medical Center to Fair Park, emergency room visits and trauma hospital admissions significantly increase during Texas-OU weekend. This article also provides tips to prevent injury during the Texas-OU weekend, which will be hosted in Dallas through 2025.

Domestic violence often leads to traumatic brain injury

Scrubbing In September 12, 2014

After the surfacing of a video of former Baltimore Ravens player, Ray Rice, hitting his then-fiancée unconscious, Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses one of the harmful, and potentially deadly, consequences of domestic violence: traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Dr. Warren further discuss domestic violence and resources available to the public.

What to expect after traumatic injury

Scrubbing In June 16, 2014

Traumatic injuries can happen to anybody, and often times they can be prevented. Learn more about what to expect after traumatic injuries by watching a Healthy Hangouts video chat between Drs. Michael Foreman and Ann Marie Warren, and Karen Mynar, of Baylor University Medical Center, and Lauren Silverman, KERA.

What to expect in Trauma (Healthy Hangouts)

KERA News May 19, 2014

Lauren Silverman, news reporter and blogger for KERA, recently hosted a panel of Baylor health care experts, including Drs. Michael Foreman and Ann Marie Warren, and Karen Mynar, for a Google+ Hangout to discuss how to avoid serious injuries.

What to expect in the trauma ICU

Scrubbing In April 23, 2014

The intensive care unit, or ICU, is a place that most families hope they will never visit; unfortunately, this is not always the case with every family experiencing a trauma. The Level 1 trauma center at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas is committed to providing treatment for patients and families. This article details what to expect in the trauma ICU during the unexpected.

Fort Hood tragic shooting continues PTSD discussion

Scrubbing In April 3, 2014

Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the importance of mental health awareness within communities after a traumatic event, like the shooting at U.S. military base, Fort Hood.

These common mistakes are putting your family at risk for dangerous burn

Scrubbing In February 24, 2014

In recognition of National Burn Awareness Month, Baylor University Medical Center shares safety tips to help prevent fires and serious burns.

The hidden warning signs of domestic violence

Scrubbing In January 24, 2014

Dr. Ann Marie Warren details the warning signs, characteristics, and consequences of intimate partner violence (IPV).


10 Halloween safety tips: All treats, no tricks

Scrubbing In October 31, 2013

With Halloween quickly approaching, the Level 1 trauma center at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas shares 10 tips to keep you and your loved ones safe on this spooky holiday.

Bullying and suicide: Know the warning signs

Scrubbing In October 17, 2013

After the recent suicide of a 12-year-old girl, Dr. Ann Marie Warren educates the community of the dangers and potential consequences of bullying, including death, serious injury, and long-term physical and emotional impairment.

PTSD: The effect on the Navy Yard Gunman and the public

Scrubbing In September 18, 2013

Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., and the role PTSD may have contributed to this tragedy.

The third-leading cause of death for 15- to 24-year-olds

Scrubbing In September 13, 2013

In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week, Dr. Ann Marie Warren discusses the third-leading cause of death in adolescents and young adults: suicide. Dr. Warren speaks about the risk factors that may contribute to an individual attempting or committing suicide, as well as the consequences of self-harm, for individuals, families, and communities.

Animal Assisted Therapy: Patient care courtesy of canines

Scrubbing In August 27, 2013

Every Friday morning, dogs that are part of the Animal Assisted Therapy Program and Baylor University Medical Center, round on the trauma ICU and general floors to visit patients during their stay at the hospital. These dogs bring more than just smiles to patients, families, and staff members – they scientifically reduce stress, anxiety, and blood pressure!

National Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention Week (RWII)

Scrubbing In May 27, 2013

Dr. Laura Bruce Petrey, a surgeon on the medical staff at the Level 1 trauma center at Baylor University Medical Center, provides safety tips to ensure healthy and safe experience around water.