Browsing: November 2017

Reflection on the Charlottesville Rally Amid growing controversy surrounding the existence of confederate statues in present-day America, a rally in protest of the removal of two such statues thrust
ECG Challenge - Nov 2017 Case. A 71-year-old male presents with exertional syncope. What do you see in the following ECGs (taken 4 minutes apart)? Answer Image 1. This ECG shows an atrial rate of ~78
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VSAS: Can You Start Preparing Too Early? Good! For all the MS-IIIs out there, I have your attention”¦ and maybe some MS-IVs, who think the headline is either accurate or inflammatory. But while wande
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TCEP Medical Simulation: Simulated Emergencies, Real-World Medical Skills, Authentic Learning Experiences "Doctor, the patient is unresponsive!" You look up at the monitor and the rhythm strip become
Join Texas Two Step CPR to Save Lives! Are you passionate about bringing emergency medicine outside of the emergency room? Are you looking to be involved in public health or pursue an EMS fellowship?
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Maintenance of Certification EMRA believes emergency physicians are residency-trained and board certified by ABEM or AOBEM. But what does that mean for physicians-in-training? What steps must we take
Chapter and Verse: Resident and Medical Student Leadership Development Opportunities Increasingly, physicians are called on to serve as leaders. EMRA wants to empower each of you to develop these ski
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Letter from the Editor EM Resident magazine is EMRA's bi-monthly publication that serves as the platform from which we amplify the many different voices that make our organization extraordinary. In m
The AOA/ACGME Single Accreditation System (SAS), also known as the merger, marches steadily toward the 2020 cutoff date for AOA accreditation. What is the status of emergency medicine residency progra
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Health Policy Journal Club: The Front Lines of the Opioid Epidemic Mandating use of prescription drug monitoring programs cuts opioids by up to 10% Opioid prescriptions in the United States have been