Browsing: June 2020

Since the dawn of time, biological life has been affected by the extremes of temperature. Wars have been won and lost due to the devastation brought on by hypothermia. Accidental hypothermia remains a
Perhaps the steepest learning curve during intern year presented itself as the mission to maintain wellness and find a balance that would allow me to keep showing up - for my patients, my co-residents
The emergency department can be filled with frustration at times. During the first wave of COVID-19 illnesses, that frustration reached a boiling point.
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Are you interested in a career in clinical informatics? Find out how to get involved while this emerging niche is still in the grandfathering phase.
Challenges with health care literacy, lack of insurance, and simple human fear can sometimes lead patients to delay seeking help - or even deny a problem exists. Tread lightly to offer the best care i
The ACGME Review Committee for Emergency Medicine has been hard at work on behalf of the specialty. Get updates from the resident representative on the committee.
A young woman presents with a 3-week history of fatigue, nausea, vomiting, heavy bleeding, and lightheadedness. Within hours she is intubated in the ICU. Follow the case management to understand an at
#EMRAFamily, times are tough. But don't let coronavirus take away anything more than it already has. Take the time to talk to our colleagues, friends, family. Do not repress your thoughts. Journal and
Strongyloidiasis is an infection of the parasitic nematode, Strongyloides stercoralis. This condition is well-known in global health as a concern among immigrants and refugees, but it is also present