EMRA*Cast Host

Elizabeth Le, MD

Mercy Health - St. Rita's
@LizziiLeMed
EMRA*Cast Episodes

Experience: The Name We Give Our Mistakes

Feb. 1, 2024

Medical errors are an unfortunate, but nearly unavoidable, part of medical training and practice. The key is knowing how to turn an honest mistake into wisdom. EM educators Laura Welsh, MD, and Ivan Zvonar, MD, have some tips you can put into practice today. Join EMRA*Cast hosts Dustin Slagle, MD, and Lizzii Le, MD, for this conversation.

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Pregnancy During Residency

Dec. 30, 2023

The culture of medical training historically has not supported an easy pregnancy experience. But is that culture changing? Can you start your family before you finish residency?  EMRA*Cast host Lizzii Le, MD, talks to Melissa Nelson-Perron, MD, and Paige Reinfeld, DO, of Nuvance Health about the changing way the program approaches residents who are pregnant or planning family during training.

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Stop the Stigma: Part 2

Aug. 1, 2023

The practice of medicine, especially emergency medicine, can be emotionally exhausting, even when things go well. Burnout is on the rise, and seeking help can be hard. Learn how to overcome the obstacles in your journey to well-being with these tips from Dr. Amanda Deutsch and Dr. aL’Ai Alvarez, shared by EMRA*Cast host Lizzii Le, MD.

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Stop the Stigma: Part 1

July 15, 2023

Did you know roughly 400 physicians in the U.S. die by suicide each YEAR? That’s approximately double the suicide rate of the general population. Something has got to change. EMRA*Cast host Lizzii Le, MD, sits down with two pioneers, Dr. Amanda Deutsch and Dr. aL’Ai Alvarez, to talk about the #StoptheStigmaEM campaign.

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To POCUS or Not to POCUS

April 15, 2023

Although the first time ultrasound was used for clinical reasons was in 1956, the incorporation of ultrasound in the Emergency Department is relatively new. In this episode, EMRA*Cast host Dr. Lizzii Le (@LizziiLeMed) get tips from Dr. Jacob Avila (@UltrasoundMD @coreultrasound) on the best way to incorporate ultrasound in the ED.

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Being Fem in EM

Jan. 15, 2023

Do you have questions about equality, wage gaps, or navigating residency and life as a woman in emergency medicine? Even if you're thinking, "Not me, can't relate" stick around anyway to gain some valuable perspective from EMRA*Cast host Lizzii Le, MD, and guests Arlene Chung, MD, MACM, FACEP, and Diane Birnbaumer, MD, FACEP.

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