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Dr. Dick Kuo named chair of emergency medicine

Dr. Dick Kuo, professor of emergency medicine, has been named chair of the Henry J.N. Taub Department of Emergency Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, effective immediately. He has been serving as interim chair since the department was established two ...

Source: Baylor College of Medicine
Published: 18 Feb 2019

The Roger Federer effect on emergency calls in a Geneva hospital

According to a recent study made by the BMC Emergency Medicine, Geneva, the frequency of emergency calls in the Swiss city decreases when Roger Federer is playing tennis matches. Some experts led a study made from May 2013 to August 2017. In average ...

Source: Tennis World
Published: 18 Feb 2019

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Source: Coeur d'Alene Press
Published: 17 Feb 2019

Bocacare® Now Offering Concierge Medicine

The Hospital is a recognized leader in Oncology, Cardiovascular Disease and Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Orthopedics, Women’s Health, Emergency Medicine and the Neurosciences, all of which offer state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging capabilities.

Source: Boca Raton
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Dr. Casey Arnold

Dr. Casey Arnold is an emergency medicine physician in Orlando, Florida. He received his medical degree from University of South Florida College of Medicine. Emergency medicine specialists diagnose and treat patients with life-threatening conditions like ...

Source: US News Health
Published: 28 Jan 2019

UC San Diego Health Opens California’s First Accredited Senior Emergency Care Unit

The SECU also features original artwork from local San Diego surf artist Aaron Chang. Patients like Pamela Hall have already benefitted from senior emergency medicine care at UC San Diego Health. She was brought to the Gary and Mary West Emergency ...

Published: 10 Jan 2019

Emergency medicine doctor says telemedicine devices are key to health-care advancement

Telemedicine devices will play an integral role in advancing health care in communities, Basil Harris, the deputy chief of emergency medicine at Lankenau Medical Center, said in an episode of Hill.TV's "Boundless" that aired Wednesday. "The tricorder and ...

Source: The Hill
Published: 28 Nov 2018

Some Peer Review is Better than No Peer Review

Peer review can thin the herd in an age of information overload. Emergency medicine journal rejection rates are high (71% in my last 93 reviews for two leading emergency medicine journals), but thousands of suspect articles are published anyway.

Source: LWW Journals
Published: 01 Dec 2018

Emergency Medicine

This program is uniquely designed to develop skilled clinicians that practice independently and excel in clinical service, teaching, and research. The program structure includes six core ED learning experiences, a research month, a required experience in ...

Source: University of Kentucky
Published: 02 Jan 2019

Many non-emergency medicine trained physicians in ER care

(HealthDay)—The emergency medicine workforce comprises many non-emergency medicine trained physicians, according to a study recently published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine. M. Kennedy Hall, M.D., from the University of Washington School of ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 13 Jul 2018

Emergency medicine experts lead national effort to reduce harm from opioids

Yale emergency physicians Dr. Arjun Venkatesh and Dr. Kathryn Hawk are lead investigators for a $1.4 million initiative to disseminate best practices and implement evidence-based interventions in the Emergency Department to reduce harm from opioids.

Source: Yale News
Published: 17 Apr 2018

Stars of Stanford Medicine: Emergency medicine, health policy and innovation

Sometimes, when interviewing those who work or study at Stanford Medicine, I find myself staring, stumped at how they manage to do all they do. It just doesn't seem possible. I had one of those moments when I was talking with Ryan Ribeira, MD, a clinical ...

Source: Scope Blog Stanford
Published: 06 Sep 2018

Emergency Medical Systems Worldwide

Sometimes we look at the slow advancement of technology or applications here in the United States and we bemoan our current fate. Sometimes it is good to put things in perspective. Take Pakistan for instance, they will be holding their 21st National Health ...

Source: Government Technology
Published: 09 Nov 2018

The Best Books for Your Emergency Medicine Rotation and Shelf Exam

Rotations for medical school can be terrifying. You have to simultaneous do your clinical shifts, become an expert in that specialty, and do well enough on your Shelf (Clerkship) Exam to get the grade you want. No pressure ;) Emergency Medicine rotations ...

Source: Medium
Published: 29 Sep 2018

How can emergency departments better care for sexual assault victims?

They need to tend to the victim's medical needs as well as gather evidence for law enforcement. Above all, they need to do it with sensitivity and compassion. Ralph J. Riviello, recently named the chair of emergency medicine at Crozer-Keystone Health ...

Published: 27 Jul 2018

Essentia Health Welcomes Emergency Medicine Physician in Duluth

Dr. Blake Collison, an emergency medicine physician, has joined Essentia Health-St. Marys Medical Center in Duluth, Minnesota. Dr. Collison earned a medical degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth in Duluth, Minnesota. He completed a residency in ...

Source: Duluth News Tribune
Published: 12 Aug 2018

Call for family doctors to have more emergency medicine training sparks debate

The emergency room is where you go when you need immediate expert care. It may surprise many Canadians to learn that most doctors providing that care aren’t certified formally in emergency medicine. Whether they ought to be, and what qualifications they ...

Source: CMAJ
Published: 16 Jul 2018

Southside Hospital appoints emergency medicine chair

Southside Hospital in Bay Shore announced the appointment of Dr. Sanjey Gupta to the role of emergency medicine chair. He was previously vice chair of emergency medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

Source: Long Island Business News
Published: 01 Nov 2018

Training in Radiation Emergency Medicine Prepares Student for Role in Patient Care

Bria Moore, a Ph.D. student in Medical Physics, enriched her training by attending a course on radiation emergency medicine at Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Learning about the practical aspects of handling contaminated patients in a hospital setting ...

Published: 11 May 2018

Emergency Departments Bustling With Heat-Related Illnesses As Temperatures Climb

“In the winter, it’s flu, and in the summer, it’s injuries and heat-related things,” says St. Clair Hospital emergency medicine physician Dr. Jason Biggs. “This week, we’ve seen an increase over the past several days. People especially going ...

Source: CBS Pittsburgh
Published: 03 Jul 2018

Dr. Marc Afilalo appointed Chair of the Provisional Department of Emergency Medicine

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Marc Afilalo as Chair of the newly created Provisional Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. The creation of a provisional Department of Emergency Medicine is a major ...

Source: McGill Publications
Published: 18 Jul 2018

Emory emergency medicine physicians instrumental in planning international toxicology conference in MENA region

Emory University Department of Emergency Medicine faculty are working in collaboration with the Middle East & North Africa Clinical Toxicology Association (MENATOX) to organize an international medical toxicology conference. The purpose of the conference ...

Source: Emory News Center
Published: 21 Mar 2018

Yale Emergency Scholars (YES) Program

that merges our fully accredited emergency medicine residency with a rigorous, SAEM-certified research fellowship. This program is designed to accelerate trainees toward competitive extramural training and research funding by incorporating research time ...

Published: 15 Nov 2018

CME: Practical Pediatrics, Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine assembly

Spend mornings learning and afternoons playing Memorial Day weekend at Practical Pediatrics CME courses. Choose from the Marriott Resort and Spa on Hilton Head Island, S.C., or Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in Anaheim, Calif. In Hilton Head ...

Source: Pediatrics
Published: 20 Feb 2018

Getinge announces its continuous commitment to the 38th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM)

Getinge, a leading global provider of innovative medical technology, announces today its continuous commitment to ISICEM. Getinge will sponsor two important scientific sessions on March 21 and 22 where key opinion leaders will present on the ‘Management ...

Published: 06 Mar 2018

The 19th Stanford Symposium on Emergency Medicine

All emergency medicine practitioners must be prepared to manage critically ill children and perform life-saving procedures. Our hands-on skills stations focus on pediatric critical care procedures such as pediatric airway management, high-risk intubations ...

Published: 30 Mar 2018

Clients' attitudes toward veterinarians' attire in the small animal emergency medicine setting

Inland Valley Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center, 10 W 7th St, Upland, CA 91786. (Sugerman-McGiffin, Hybki, Castro, Tansey, Patlogar); Oradell Animal Hospital, 580 Winters Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652. (Murphy); Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center ...

Source: American Veterinary Medical Association
Published: 01 Aug 2018

Illegal 'PG degrees' plague emergency medicine

You might shell out big bucks when wheeled into the emergency ward of a large private hospital, but do you also get the best trained doctors in emergency medicine? Most of these hospital emergency departments are staffed with MBBS graduates lured into ...

Source: Times of India
Published: 13 Jun 2017

UA College of Medicine --- Tucson part of new NIH emergency medicine research effort

The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson is one of a team of six national institutions selected for the Strategies to Innovate EmeRgENcy Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN), a new initiative of the National Institutes of Health to advance ...

Source: EurekAlert!
Published: 24 Aug 2017