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Is analgesia in the ED helping our patients?—or killing them?
Emergency medicine opens up possibilities for further increased collaboration and cooperation between the USA, and other countries, with Iran, in efforts such as faculty and fellow exchanges, curriculum development, sub-specialty certification exam development, and clinical research.
Should we, as emergency physicians, think about long-term recovery?
Letter to the Editor re: Pundit-Based Medicine [EPI Issue #18, page 34]
It is almost startling to realize how many of the EM challenges and opportunities in many countries mirror those in other countries. We are much more connected in these struggles than we may realize.
Emergency physicians need to pay less attention to what is trending online, and focus more on practicing good, consistent medicine with evidence-based protocols.
From east to west, every emergency department seems to have similar concerns about violence against healthcare workers. No matter where we practice, we need to take a hard look at the factors – both institutional and cultural – that lead to unsafe working conditions.
Triage is a big part of what happens at the front door of many EDs, and it is thought to be essential for safe practice and smooth patient flow by many ED clinicians. But is there a better way?
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