Welcome to the AIR Gastroenterology Module! After carefully reviewing all relevant posts from the top 50 sites of the Social Media Index, the ALiEM AIR Team is proud to present the highest quality online content related to gastroenterology in the Emergency Department. 6 blog posts within the past 12 months (as of November 2020) met our standard of online excellence and were curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. We identified 1 AIR and 5 Honorable Mentions. We recommend programs give 3 hours (about 30 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.
AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions
In an effort to truly emphasize the highest quality posts, we have 2 subsets of recommended resources. The AIR stamp of approval is awarded only to posts scoring above a strict scoring cut-off of ≥30 points (out of 35 total), based on our scoring instrument. The other subset is for “Honorable Mention” posts. These posts have been flagged by and agreed upon by AIR Board members as worthwhile, accurate, unbiased, and appropriately referenced despite an average score.
Interested in taking the gastroenterology quiz for fun or asynchronous (Individualized Interactive Instruction) credit? Please go to the above link. You will need to create a free, 1-time login account.
Highlighted Quality Posts: Gastroenterology Emergencies
|Josh Farkas, MD
|28 August 2020
|Nausea, emesis, and antiemetics
|Josh Farkas, MD
|17 Aug 2020
|Unlocking the MIC-key
|Marc Cassone, DO and Natalie Senter, MD
|24 Aug 2020
|HALT-IT: TXA for GI bleeds
|Salim Rezaie, MD
|27 Jun 2020
|Improving the ED Diagnosis of Mesenteric Ischemia
|Angela Cai, MD and Ian DeSouza, MD
|14 Sep 2020
|Non-Obstetric Abdominal Pain in the Pregnant Patient
|Marina Boushra, MD
|25 Nov 2019
(AIR = Approved Instructional Resource; HM = Honorable Mention)
Thank you to the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) and the Council of EM Residency Directors (CORD) for jointly sponsoring the AIR Series! We are thrilled to partner with both on shaping the future of medical education.