Browsing: COVID-19

Completing an EM intern year during the pandemic was...daunting. Along with seeing so much sadness these past months, every day I wonder – did I matter? Did I make a difference?
Navigating uncertainty through challenging times has been a hallmark of the past year, and it became even more apparent in the spring with the release of the report about the changing EM workforce. We
The impact COVID-19 has had on our personal and professional livelihood cannot be taken lightly. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have focused our efforts on protecting our patients, our loved
Emergency department volumes dropped precipitously during the COVID-19 pandemic. This isn't a good thing, as studies are now showing the alarming effects when patients delay or forego healthcare. As v
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
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
Clinical knowledge regarding how the COVID-19 virus affects children is still evolving. Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) can be approached in the same way as a Kawasaki-Like Hyper
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves in 2021, major EM groups have once again stepped up to provide a unified roadmap to the away rotation and eSLOE process. Class of 2022, your training may look differe
There are many perspectives available and early data to guide management of COVID-19 patients who present with respiratory failure. This article will review practice-altering data and the approach use
The ideal oxygenation goal in patients with acute respiratory failure in the ICU remains unclear. The HOT ICU trial seeks to provide insight.