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Rwandan fellowship project gives insight into the value for reliable data and the need for experienced local partners.
In-ED imaging can improve efficiency, raise the quality of care and even help the bottom line. Dr. Manuel Hernandez explains how to design it right from the ground up.
On the eve of Central Europe’s largest EM congress, EMS crews compete in a national “Road Rally” that takes them from abandoned rail tunnels to mountainside ravines.
According to the WHO, nearly one in ten deaths worldwide are due to injuries, more than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. In Kigali, an emergency medicine training course addresses this rising tide of injured patients.
Residents and faculty from various emergency medicine programs across the United States have decided to tweet out conference learning pearls from their respective weekly EM resident conferences under the hashtag #EMConf. This way, no matter where a resident or EM program is located, they can access learning pearls from other residencies. We will be pulling the top 10 tweets from each week's #EMConf conversation and posting them online as a recap.
Abstracts from some of the best EM research around the world, by the Global Medical Literature Review Group
A Nepali physician faces the uphill challenges of obtaining advanced EM training abroad
The overlap of paediatrics and emergency medicine can create a no-man’s land that puts young patients at risk. New training models could turn that gap into an opportunity for improved patient care.
In part I of EPI’s new design series, Dr. Manuel Hernandez explains how smart architectural decisions can lead to real improvements in emergency care.
Obtaining full EM specialty training in another country offers the works, from qualified supervision to system exposure to interaction with senior faculty and mentors.
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