Browsing: May 2017

ACGME Updates: New Programs, Resident Well-Being, Parental Leave The ACGME Review Committee for Emergency Medicine, charged with overseeing graduate medical education for the specialty, approved addi
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Critical Care Alert: Mechanical Ventilator Protocol A Quasi-Experimental, Before-After Trial Examining the Impact of an Emergency Department Mechanical Ventilator Protocol on Clinical Outcomes and Lu
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EMRA RepCo: Goes Digital If you attended SAEM17, you probably noticed some changes during the EMRA Representative Council Meeting. After seeing only about 30% of our organization's representatives at
Letter from the Editor There I was, driving giddily to the Social Security Administration office on Delmar Boulevard in St. Louis. It was June 30, and I was a newlywed doctor (surely it was a mistake
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Wisdom in a Time of Change It's hard to believe another academic year is coming to an end. Another crop of medical students who have struggled through the long Match process will finally start out as
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What You Need to Know About the AHCA The U.S. House of Representatives on May 4 narrowly passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA), HR 1628, after tabling the bill in March following a lack of party
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ACA Increased Emergency Department Use   Increasing access to insurance alone does not lead to a decrease in ED visits As the Affordable Care Act was being implemented, many politicians and health po