EMRA*Cast Host

Kate Joyce, MD, MPH

Henry Ford Hospital EM/IM, PGY4
Twitter: @sceneisnotsafe
Instagram: @sceneisnotsafe  
EMRA*Cast Episodes

Post-Roe Medicine: Is There a Lawyer in the House?

Sept. 20, 2022

In this episode, EMRA*Cast Host Kate Joyce, MD, MPH, explores the medicolegal questions that now plague emergency physicians caring for pregnant patients. How do you keep yourself and your patient safe from prosecution when providing reproductive health care?

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What Would MacGuyver Do?

June 1, 2022

 

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On the Edge of Chaos: ED Operations

Feb. 21, 2022

The ED has been called an "operation existing on the edge of chaos." Join EMRA*Caster Kate Joyce (@sceneisnotsafe) and Henry Ford Hospital ED Medical Director and Vice Chair of Operations Dr. Seth Krupp as they walk that chaotic edge. We'll be talking about how EDs keep things moving and what residents interested in operations can do to get involved.

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Positively Pressured: Nasal Cannulas in the Respiratory Toolkit

Dec. 1, 2021

There are a lot of options when it comes to providing oxygenation and ventilatory support to our patients.  With so many non-invasive options, host Dr. Kate Joyce sits down with Dr. Jeremy Greenberg to talk about nasal cannula options that may be helpful to many of our patients in the ED.

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Law Enforcement in the ED

June 15, 2021

Interactions with law enforcement in the ED can be confusing. What are the emergency physician's legal responsibilities? How can we ensure our patients are getting quality care? Dr. Hannah Janeway, Dr. Shamsher Samra, and attorney Ji Seon Song sit down with host Kate Joyce to discuss the philosophical and practical challenges faced by EM physicians.

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No Place to Call their Own: Addressing Homelessness and Housing in the ED

April 15, 2021

Patients who are homeless visit the ED more often than the general population, yet we get minimal formal education about homelessness and the impact of housing on health. We'll talk with 3 physicians about their experience around homelessness and housing and how we can best support our patients struggling with housing issues.

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A Golden Ticket: Making the Most of the EM Job Search

Jan. 15, 2021

The EM job market has been tight this year. COVID has caused some groups and hospitals to cut back or even lay off EM physicians. So what's a resident or fellow to do? In this episode, host Kate Joyce, MD, MPH, gets a few perspectives on the job landscape from The Washington Post reporter Ben Guarino, US Acute Care Solutions chief clinical recruiting officer Travis Ulmer, MD, FACEP, and NYU/Bellevue chief resident Michelle Romeo, MD. Learn some tips on navigating the job market this year and in the years to come.

 

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Getting Fired Up - Without Getting Fired

October 15, 2020

With an upcoming election, social unrest and a global pandemic - there’s a lot to get fired up about.  But what’s our role as residents? PGY2 Kate Joyce talks with Dr. Marina Del Rios, Dr. Dara Kass and Dr. Alister Martin about a program that registers patients to vote in the ED, social emergency medicine, policy and advocacy.  We’ll round things out by talking about how to get involved - without putting your career in jeopardy.

 

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