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Nominations due August 18.
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Fall resolutions are due August 18, 2018
We’re seeking the stories that illustrate the scope of your life in the ED – whether they deal with airway or not. By sharing your most defining experiences to date, you will see them from a new perspective. You will learn. You will grow. And you’ll help others do the same.Send us your stories by August 25
In a multi-institutional study, a handoff program using the “I-PASS” mnemonic as a structured-communication tool was found to reduce medical errors and preventable adverse events in the inpatient pediatric setting. This video provides an overview of effective transitions of care within the emergency department and features the I-PASS mnemonic.Find out more
EMRA provides invaluable resources that I use on a daily basis in residency. From the famed EMRA Antibiotic Guide for quick reference while in the ED, to the Ventilator Management Card when I’m in the Unit, these pocket books have helped me through intern year.
- Christopher Harris Jr., MD | University of Chicago | Resident Class of 2020