Browsing: December 2023

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The EMRA Critical Care Committee's Roadblock series is the resuscitationist's guide to overcoming the obstacles in the normal algorithm of critically ill patients. Through this series, we will ask the
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An important goal for cardiac point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) curricula is creating a straightforward method of remembering ultrasound probe orientation.
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Despite our best intentions when speaking with a patient or their family, subtle aspects of our communication can dramatically influence these conversations and our conclusions regarding the patient’s
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In our second installment of our Resident Q&A series, we are highlighting the Highland Hospital/Alameda Health System Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We spoke with PGY-1 Scar Guo, MD about what
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In the latest installment of our PD Q&A series, we are highlighting the WellSpan York Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We spoke with the current PD Dr. Amber Billet, MD, FACEP about what
Improving a physician's ability to manage electronic health records might improve not only the physician's workday, but also the patient's satisfaction. How is policy helping (or hindering) this? The
Emergency Medicine is built on a foundation of camaraderie and respect. EMRA and the Penn Department of Emergency Medicine have discussed concerns regarding the reported inclusion of a nurse practitio
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EMRA’s Research Committee, in partnership with other EMRA committees, has compiled a quick review of some of the most practice-affirming or practice-changing papers recently published. This is by no m