More emergency medicine literature in verse, inspired by a new Remington-style typewriter app on my iPhone. The clinical pearl, along with the reference literature can be found by clicking on the card.
My recent post about subjectivity in clinical practice, and its central, but often maligned status in current medical literature has inspired me to highlight some tools that I find particularly useful because of the subjectivity infused into them. The list… Read More
Recently my little online outpost passed 1000 visits. Thanks to everyone who helped me reach that milestone. I’ve been having a great time sharing my ideas and getting feedback from readers, and it’s been amazing to get responses… Read More
Inspiration comes from the strangest places. Yes, I studied English and Philosophy as an undergrad, but I wouldn’t have considered iambic pentameter as a tool for EM education. Then again, if you asked me whether I preferred a… Read More
An underground handbook for surviving and thriving on your shifts as an EP There is a knowledge gap in Emergency Medicine. It lies within the difference between the way we teach and the way we learn. Bridging this… Read More
I’m forever trying to find better ways to collect and organize the emergency medicine resources I find valuable. Over time the tools to do this continue to get more sophisticated. There are really three things that are essential… Read More
One of the things I’ve learned in Emergency Medicine is that if we don’t define ourselves then others will be more than willing to do it for us. The struggle to set the driving principles and priorities of… Read More