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In 2015, Google.org awarded Trek Medics International a $250,000 seed grant. The objective? To use a program called Beacon to help implement localized emergency response with SMS technology and available transit, rather than driving toward Western-style ambulance EMS.
A new EM resident explores the ins and outs, and the basic neuropsychology, of becoming a professional decision maker especially in the ED.
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The founders of a young EM conference prepare for their fourth meeting, to be held in Havana, Cuba—their second in that city. How can the dialogue from this unique conference benefit regional and international leaders of EM development?
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.
The recent EMCON conference put on display the ambitious steps being taken to improve Indian emergency medicine. But with over 1 billion potential patients, the challenges are daunting.
Haywood Hall on how telemedicine allowed him to pursue his global health passions in Mexico...while earning U.S. dollars treating patients on his phone.
A founding father of Egyptian emergency medicine, Dr. Khalifa countinues to provide vision for the specialty in North Africa and the Middle East.
An EP teams up with a fashion designer to imagine the next phase in personal protective equipment (PPE).
Despite towering economic challenges, new EM leaders in Sudan chart an aggressive, globally-minded course for training and improved patient care.
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