I was going to use this post to talk about potential spaces in the body until I made the mistake of mentioning it to a surgical friend of mine (yes, I have them) who got all upset that… Read More
The EMBER: Here is a nice blogpost from someone who went through the experience. Sometimes a well told patient story is better than any textbook.
Maybe it’s a hold-over from my childhood days, but September is the month of organization. You know, the ritual purchasing of three-ring binders, pencil holders, graph paper, all with the hope and optimism that this year things… Read More
There’s a reason that the greatest speakers of truth in our society are still the comics and the poets. As a member of the medical profession I would like to imagine that in our own way we aspire… Read More
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
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
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