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The Autopsy Blog

Maintaining your learning stream (your customized flow of educational content) is a key part of being an  effective lifelong learner. Even in the age of FOAM the center of your learning network can become heavily weighted towards just… Read More


Opiates for Low Back Pain

Are They a Good Choice? By – Lucy Willis MD Low back pain is an extremely common ED complaint, for which opiates are frequently prescribed. The last 20 years has seen the development of an opioid overdose epidemic…. Read More



#Postards from the ED There are educational courses and there are inspirational courses. I had the opportunity this weekend to participate at BASE Camp. The brainchild of Kevin Ching, it’s an amazing and unique two days of education…. Read More


Airway News

Hey, can I get a  jazz riff — New York style please? Music everywhere 🗽🎁🎉😎🎺🎷🎺🎶 #music #busking #NYC #rtrain A video posted by Jonathan St. George (@jstgeorge) on Aug 23, 2015 at 3:45pm PDT I’m excited to announce that… Read More


Design Challenge Innovators

Design Challenge Innovators Yesterday was our EM Innovation in Education Design challenge.  We had participants from our faculty and residents, and also some really talented medical students on their sub-internship with us.  After a presentation on 21st century… Read More

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Design Challenge-Bridging the Education Gap

The EMBER Project’s Design Challenge is on!  We want to bridge the education gap, move beyond just a few adopters of FOAM, and encourage physician educators of all levels to integrate key concepts of 21st century learning into… Read More


Sick Or Not Sick? An Essential EP Skill

A new series is here on the EMBER Project and a new educational tool. Check out the post below for both! And don’t forget to take the quiz when you’re done. One of the toughest challenges in medical… Read More