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Can clinical pathways help acute care providers deliver safe, valuable, and standardized care to their patients? To help provide an answer, this article presents arguments for and against their use in
Type I error. Type II error. Alpha. Beta. And that null hypothesis. Let's look at what these all really mean in clinical studies.
An elegantly simple proposal, the Acute Unscheduled Care Model, attempts to put emergency physicians back in the driver's seat of care while illustrating value within the health care delivery system.
Physicians need to feel confident in their ability to critically appraise new research. But it's not always easy, especially with an ever-increasing body of knowledge.
How can we fix underrepresentation of women in medicine? The solution begins long before residency, but the ability to diversity our workforce starts with residents.
Crowded, busy emergency departments seem susceptible to an increased risk of slip-and-fall accidents that keep administrators awake at night. But does the evidence bear out this assumption?
Overcrowding in the emergency department can be a significant barrier to delivering efficient and high-quality care, but the impact on delivering equitable health care is less commonly discussed. Imp
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
"Wanna write that up?" Not many phrases in emergency medicine can induce as much anxiety as these four innocuous words. These 10 steps can help you overcome that anxiety and get published.