Browsing: April 2021

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This month our Program Director Interview Series gets to know a newly accredited program in Georgia. We got to talk with Dr. Josh Mugele about his program at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
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In critically ill adult patients, heart rate and body temperature go hand-in-hand: as fever takes hold, the heart beats faster. In febrile and tachycardic patients, the heart rate should be evaluated
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How frequently should a doctor perform a procedure in order to be called "competent" in the skill? Is emergency medicine doing enough to maintain procedural competence?
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Is the end of residency the epitome and culmination of education? Even though it may be for some, it is the responsibility of attending physicians to educate newer generations of emergency physicians.
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In a typical year, medical students commissioned in the United States Army, applying to match in emergency medicine, prepare to visit and interview at four programs spread across the country. This was
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When COVID-19 disrupted their medical training, medical students around the nation sought ways to help, from forming childcare networks to organizing drives for personal protective equipment. This art
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Whether waiting to unload a patient at the hospital or sitting in the ambulance after clearing a call, EMTs and paramedics (and increasingly social workers, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician
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Emergency medicine is a specialty that answers the call to serve, be on the frontlines, and step up to challenges. Due to deep inequities embedded within this country's history, we must address the de
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Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (DEI) is not only important to demonstrate to medical schools for successful recruitment, but it is also important to integrate into training and support
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This Critical Care Alert examines a study of VA-ECMO on survival and predictors of mortality in patients who suffered massive pulmonary embolism-related cardiac arrest.