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Reading from the Silver Linings Playbook: The ALiEM Connect Project

by Christian Rose, MD
Apr 26, 2021
It feels like yesterday that we were sheltered-in-place, staring at our computers, wondering, “So now what?”  As COVID-19 paused all in-person educ...
Tactical Medicine News

Social Medicine in the Emergency Department: Not all conditions can be treated with medicines

On the day we met Jane, a woman in her 70’s with diabetes and mobility impairment, she was visiting an Emergency Department (ED) for the 50th time ...
Tactical Medicine News

Beyond the Abstract | Resident Motivations and Experiences in Listening to Educational Podcasts

Podcasts are all the rage these days, and it is not surprising that some residents spend more time with podcasts than any other educational resourc...
Tactical Medicine News

Beyond the Abstract: A Return to Work Policy for New Resident Parents

More women than men entered medical school in the United States for the first time in 2017. Will this generation also set new trends in parenting d...
Tactical Medicine News

Beyond the Abstract | Shared Decision-Making in the ED: 3 Factors That Matter

Shared decision-making seems to be more popular than Snapchat these days. Everyone in emergency medicine is talking about it… but who is actually d...
Tactical Medicine News

Beyond the Abstract: Patient video testimonials improve physician interpretation of advance directives and POLST

Over 1,300 physicians across the U.S. were asked to interpret patient preferences for end-of-life care in theoretical cases. Physicians rarely reac...
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