Browsing: August 2018

The Program Director Interview Series is pleased to feature Rich Bounds, MD, FACEP, of the University of Vermont - which welcomes its inaugural class of residents in 2019.
Medical school (and even beyond) can be demanding. Practicing mindful meditation can help offset that stress. Learn how.
Are you interested in becoming more involved in the field of emergency medicine but unsure about the best path to do so? Then participating in EMRA’s Medical Student Council may be the best thing for
Abdominal pain is not an uncommon presentation - but in this case it revealed an unusual diagnosis.
Flaccid paralysis of the bilateral lower extremities in infants can be the presenting feature for a variety of diseases.
An 89-year-old female with atrial fibrillation presents with altered mental status. What is your interpretation of her ECG?
The road home beckoned after an utterly draining shift in the ICU. Then came a wreck, self-recrimination - and redemption.
Working in a busy ski clinic brings a variety of sports medicine injuries into focus. When your patient is a downhill skier, knee injuries are the most common injury you'll see.
In traditional ED flow models, patients who arrive via EMS often experience similar prolonged door-to-bed, door-to-doctor, and ED length-of-stay times as walk-in patients. Rutgers New Jersey Medical S
International medical electives are becoming increasingly popular among EM residents as programs take the initiative to provide a valuable educational experience for their residents while ensuring tim