Browsing: August 2014

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Baseballs, Einstein and EM Matthew T. Huberty, MSIV, Mayo Medical School, Rochester, MN If you've worked an ED shift lately, perhaps you've noticed how physics plays an important role in emergency me
Small Spaces: Ultrasound-Guided Small Joint Aspiration Meredith Hill-Ciesielski, MD, Ultrasound Fellow, Detroit Receiving and Sinai Grace Hospital, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Mark Favot, MD,
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New Doctors, New Choices: The Delicate Work/Life Balance Tim Murphy, MSIV, University of Connecticut , School of Medicine, Farmington, CT During my third-year rotations, I was frequently regaled with
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Lobbying with ACEP: Health Policy from LAC14 Each May, emergency physicians from across the country converge in Washington, D.C. at ACEP's Leadership and Advocacy Conference (LAC) to advocate for iss
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Taking it Slow We all experience different things in residency and come away with different perspectives, but there are a few things we all share in training. A constant sense of pressure and the nee
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Taking the Financial Initiative Nathaniel Minnick, DO, St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI Every year the cycle restarts. Newly appointed senior residents begin to search for jobs, comp
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The Art of Adaptation The only thing more intimidating than your first day as an intern is your first day as an attending. There is the inherent realization that you no longer have the safety net of
Feeling the Burn: Tips to Combating Medical Burnout Sepi Jooniani, MD, MPH, Resident, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI What does burnout mean? Do your feelings of cynicism mean you've lost your heart
Scorpion's Sting Christine Huang, MD, EM Pediatric Resident, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ Background There are over 1,500 species of scorpions worldwide, of which only about 50 are dangerous eno
Thoracic Aortic Dissection James Hall, MD, Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO Sajid Khan, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City, Kan