The EMBER Project

Tools to Live By – One Minute Ultrasound

At the dawn of the golden age of the peripheral brain, access to information seems limitless.  Need to get a stain out of a tablecloth?  No problem, Google has 500 solutions.  Your dog’s breath smells? There’s likely a… Read More

Tools to Live by – Infectious Disease App

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

Tools to Live By – EVERNOTE

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

Tools to Live By – iPhone Calculator Tip

In a highly technical world, sometimes it’s the little things that are the most frustrating. Take for example, my Google Calendar which refuses to ever display the right local boarding time for any of my flights, or the… Read More