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When you're a student considering EM, one of the most daunting tasks is learning how to do all the procedures that might be required of you. Where do you start?
Test your knowledge with these questions from PEER.
Simulation has made an incredible impact on the world of medical education. Students have responded by creating the Student Initiative in Medical Simulation, an organization that is working to promote
Mina Attaalla, DO, and Jeffrey Lazar, MD, are using 3-D printing to revolutionize medical simulation education and emergency medicine training at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx.
The ED patient presentation is unique in the house of medicine for its brevity and ability to pack a lot of information into very few words. Have you mastered this skill? Get tips here.
Step 1/COMLEX | Exam Survival Guide Congratulations! Welcome to one of the most exciting times of your medical school career: preparing for your first big exams. Although it may not seem like it now,
Capnography: Monitoring Asthma Patients Asthma is a common complaint among patients presenting to emergency departments, with approximately 2 million ED visits annually for asthma exacerbation in the
Board Review Questions: February 2018 NEW! PEER IX QUESTIONS NOW AVAILABLE! PEER (Physician’s Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine) is ACEP’s gold standard in self-assessment and e
Perspective: Enviromedics (Health Implications of Climate Change) Like many of you, I used to see climate change as an existential topic — and one that did not relate to me specifically. Maybe one ye
SIRS Criteria: A Nidus for Bias and How to Minimize It As the use of SIRS persists, it’s worth re-examining its intended application, potential for error, and current utility. With the removal of Sys