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West Africa’s largest A&E has become a regional hub for emergency medicine education.
Given its high levels of violent crime, trauma and snakebites, this resource-rich nation has benefitted greatly from emergency medicine development.
Despite a class of newly minted EPs, emergency medicine remains an embattled speciality.
Subspecialties are growing in India’s expanding EM community, particularly pediatric EM, ultrasound, EMS, and disaster medicine.
A small study in a Monrovia ED examines barriers to access, severity of patient population, and modes of transport for reaching the emergency department.
Norway struggles with tradition to bring its emergency services into the 21st century
To help solve Sweden’s looming healthcare crisis, emergency medicine will need to project a stronger public image.
Iceland’s ambitious and aspiring emergency medicine field seeks support and collaboration from overseas
With increased levels of trauma and chronic illness, Kenyan emergency departments sit poised to receive the brunt of a new healthcare crisis.
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