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Healthcare systems resemble microclimates, with a unique set of functions, resources, patients, vulnerabilities, and strengths. There is, however, a template for ED design that can account for these many variables, and guide all the stakeholders through the process of building an effective and efficient ED.
Omni Pro packs 11 medical devices—including a stethoscope, oto/opthalmoscope, audiometer, tuning forks, and an examination light—into a single device weighing 145 grams. Learn more at hmdmedical.com
Military attacks on hospitals have become all too frequent around the globe. Being prepared for them will help ensure your patients’ safety – and your own.
Just because a hospital lacks reliable electricity, adequate staff numbers or fancy machines doesn’t mean it can’t take advantage of high design. Enter “frugal innovation.”
A new EM resident explores the ins and outs, and the basic neuropsychology, of becoming a professional decision maker especially in the ED.
February 14, 2015 marked the first day of the annual Global Health Emergencies Course hosted by The Global Emergency Medicine Division at Weill Cornell Medical College / NewYork-Presbyterian. For the next nine days, various attendees will blog the event, sharing global health pearls and perspectives. Their posts will be updated below each evening.
Clinical postgrad examinations try to ensure that matriculating physicians are ready for the world of emergency medicine. But can written exams assess the soft skills necessary to practicing EPs?
Fourteen years have passed since the World Health Organization and United Nations identified and vowed to reduce the problem of maternal health. Programs like Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics are leading the way in meeting the need for emergency care at the community level.
EM trainees organized under the EuSEM banner set aside national goals in favor of a united vision of European emergency medicine.
Behavioral health patients present a unique set of challenges for emergency departments across the globe. Dr. Manuel Hernandez explains how ED design can decrease the stress and anxiety for these patients while increasing the efficiency of their care.
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