Browsing: October 2017

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Program Director Interview Series: Christopher Fee, MD | University of California San Francisco Christopher Fee, MD, Program Director of University of California San Francisco (UCSF)-Zuckerberg San F
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2017 Fall Award Winners Congratulations the recipients of EMRA's fall 2017 awards — and thank you to everyone who participates in the process. Your accomplishments reflect the strength of emergency m
Letter from the Editor One of my first editions as Editor-in-Chief of EM Resident featured a story about the fascinating history of space medicine. I loved this article not only because it introduced
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EMRA Hangouts Go Live at ACEP17 EMRA Hangouts are designed to connect you, as an EMRA medical student, to the leaders and best faculty advisors in emergency medicine. They year, we're going LIVE with
Health Policy Journal Club: ED Visits Rise After Medicaid Expansion October 2017 More insured Americans under ACA results in more emergency department visits Does having health insurance make people
ECG Challenge - Oct 2017 Case. An 81-year-old female with a history of hypertension presents with episodes of lightheadedness. What do you see in this 12-lead rhythm strip? Note: The 3 images are con
Board Review Questions: October 2017 NEW! PEER IX QUESTIONS NOW AVAILABLE! PEER (Physician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine) is ACEP's gold standard in self-assessment and ed
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James A. D'Orta, MD, FACEP(E) Advancements in medicine are driven by the curious, the dedicated — even, sometimes, the indignant. Throughout his three-decade career, innovator and physician Jim D'Ort
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Journal Club for Dummies: How Not to Be Intimidated by Evidence-Based Medicine Have you ever looked at a journal club article and felt overwhelmed? You are not alone! Many residents are in the same b
Diagnose this Condition The Patient 30-year-old male with no significant past medical history presents with 2 days of gradually worsening rash over the left nare, left upper lip, and inferior medial