Build a more successful approach to problem-solving during laryngoscopy Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result may be the definition of insanity, but attempting intubation again and again without understanding why you… Read More
High quality chest compressions. What they are and how to get them in the age of physiology-driven cardiac arrest care.
Building Better Cardiac Arrest Care – Part 2 Introduction For many years the approach to patients in cardiac arrest has been held hostage by algorithmic care that stifled innovation and did nothing to improve overall survival. Now a combination… Read More
How to find a better path to vital cognitive space within a resuscitation.
Download, bookmark, aggregate, follow & create for a happy new year! The holidays are over and with it 2015 is coming to a close. One of the missions of the EMBER Project is to help you organize your… Read More
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
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
Zen Airway and Poetry Inspired by Haiku Deck There are many reasons to love Haiku Deck. For educators it’s an easy way to free your knowledge from the Powerpoint prison on your hard drive, but it also challenges… Read More
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