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When Santa Maria experienced a tragic night club fire, emergency crews in nearby Porto Alegre flew to their aid.
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.
With international conferences and newly-trained specialists, Slovenia’s fledgling EM society looks to take its place as an EM leader in central Europe.
Working in an ED in the Caribbean, an unusual case of fish poisoning turns quickly into an emergency.
Examining emergency medicine’s role in caring for our vulnerable, elderly patients.
On the heals of the first Global Network Conference on Emergency Medicine, Dr. Saleh Fares, founding president of the Emirate Society of Emergency Medicine, explains what’s next for EM in the UAE.
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.
When disaster strikes, local healthcare facilities can quickly become overwelmed, necesitating the organized creation of alternative care sites (ACS). Whether this takes place in a school, arena or church, there are a few important things to remember – lessons learned in some of the world’s worst medical disasters.
Global research reviews from Botswana, Canada, Uganda and United States.
A global collaborative forms to establish Rwanda’s first emergency medicine residency.
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