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EM Match Advice 38: Our 2 Cents | The Revamped Standardized Letter of Evaluation (SLOE) is here

by Sara M. Krzyzaniak, MD, FACEP
Jul 19, 2022
This is the 38th episode of EM Match Advice but the inaugural episode for new podcast series host, Dr. Sara Krzyzaniak (program director at Stanfor...
Tactical Medicine News

Podcast Episode 100 and SOMSA-22

In the 100th Episode of the Prolonged Field Care Podcast Dennis sits down with Jamie, Sean and Paul to talk about the last 100 episodes and how pro...
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Podcast Episode 94: We are Back

After some time to reorganize, restructure, and strategize, we will be continuing to update best practices, share ideas and raise the important que...
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EM Match Advice: Where did all the jobs go, and did the applicants follow?

In this episode of EM Match Advice, our panel takes on the tough issues of 2021. Specifically we discuss the American College of Emergency Physicia...
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Stanford’s INFODEMIC Conference on COVID-19 Misinformation: Open-access podcasts

In July 2021, Dr. Vivek Murthy became the first U.S. Surgeon General to declare health misinformation a public health crisis. Specifically, COVID-1...
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The Leader’s Library: Keep Going | Sign up to join the book club discussion

As we submit our responses to the daily health screen for the thousandth time; realize, after having removed a mountain of PPE and sanitized our ha...
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EM Match Advice: 2020-21 Interview Season | This is how it started, this is how it’s going

The 2020-21 residency interview season has required rapid innovation and adaptability for both medical student applicants and residency programs, g...
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REBEL Cast Ep91: Static Ultrasound vs Landmark Placement of Subclavian Central Lines

Background Information: Central venous catheterization is a common procedure performed in the ICU for the purposes of drug administration and resus...
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EM Match Advice: Administration Fellowship

    The EM Administration Fellowship serves to train residents desiring to pursue a leadership position in departments and hospital systems. M...
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The Leader’s Library: The Power of Moments | Sign Up for the Book Club

Thus far, 2020 has been a year of catastrophic events, some surprising and others disappointingly predictable, and many people are struggling t...
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Physician Wellness in the COVID-19 Era | Wellness Think Tank

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world in many ways, and for trainees in medicine, the new day-to-day experience of residency continues to ada...
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PECARN: Its relevance and importance in pediatric emergency care

Did you know that many of the landmark pediatric emergency medicine (EM) studies come from the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (P...
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EM Match Advice: How to “Swipe Right” this Interview Season

Applying for residency programs has often been compared to the modern world of dating. So in this 26th installment of the EM Match Advice serie...
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New PECARN Febrile Infant Rule: A 3-Variable Approach for Ages 29-60 Days | Interview with Dr. Kuppermann

The diagnosis and risk stratification of febrile young infants continues to present a clinical challenge. Serious bacterial infection (SBI) r...
Tactical Medicine News

SAEM Research Learning Series: Exception From Informed Consent

Have you ever wondered how researchers are able to conduct prospective studies on truly emergent conditions, such as cardiac arrest and status ...
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EM Match Advice: Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Training

Under-represented minorities (URM) in medicine continues to be a problem that many programs, especially in emergency medicine, are addressing he...
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SAEM Research Learning Series: Writing a Winning Abstract for a Scientific Meeting

In this podcast episode of the SAEM Research Learning Series, Drs. Mary and Nate Haas interview Daren M. Beam, MD MS (Indiana University) tal...
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SAEM Research Learning Series: How to Turn Your Interest into Research

In this podcast episode of the SAEM Research Learning Series, Drs. Mary and Nate Haas interview Zackary Meisel, MD, MPH, MSHP from University of P...
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SAEM Research Learning Series: Trying to Avoid and Handling Grant Rejection

In this podcast episode of the SAEM Research Learning Series, Drs. Mary and Nate Haas interview Dr. Rob Ehrman, Assistant Professor of Emergency Me...
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SAEM Research Learning Series Podcast: Common IRB Pitfalls

This installment of the SAEM Research Learning Series, co-hosts Dr. Mary Haas and Dr. Nate Haas interview Dr. James Paxton, Assistant Professor of ...
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SAEM Research Learning Series Podcast: Writing Specific Aims for a Grant

In this installment of the SAEM Research Learning Series, co-hosts Dr. Mary Haas and Dr. Nate Haas interview Dr. Michael Puskarich (Associate Profe...
Tactical Medicine News

PECARN Study: Accuracy of Urinalysis for Febrile Infants ≤60 Days Old

The reported accuracy of the urinalysis (UA) for diagnosing urinary tract infections (UTI) is febrile infants ≤ 60 days has been widely variable. S...
Tactical Medicine News

4 New Podcasts on the Opioid Initiative | ACEP E-QUAL Series

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) features 3 quality improvement targets within their Emergency Quality Network (E-QUAL) initiati...
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EM Match Advice: Detroit Residency Programs

The EM Match Advice Series is back with another regional episode. This time, our team pulls the curtain back on the EM programs in Detroit, where r...
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Template for Writing a Successful Journal Manuscript

Across the health professions, it is often assumed that medical students, residents, and faculty inherently absorb the knowledge on how to construc...
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Little Patients, Big Medicine Podcast: Lactate in Pediatric Sepsis

The first recording from Little Patients, Big Medicine: the Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) Podcast. This is an exciting interview with Dr. Hald...
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EM Match Advice: The Standardized Video Interview

It is not very often that the ERAS application process for residency positions changes from year to year. In 2018, there is going to be a new compo...
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Wellness and Resiliency during Residency: EM is a career with unresolved stories

“We do make a difference, but not just in the setting of resuscitating critically ill or injured people, but in putting people on the pathway to he...
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Wellness and Resiliency During Residency: Life happens despite your best plans

When I got back home from taking [my board exams], having all these [negative] feelings swirling through my head, I remember driving up and seeing ...
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Wellness and Resiliency During Residency: Debriefing Critical Incidents and podcast

“One of the residents that I was working with was yelled at once by somebody else because he had cried while giving a family bad news. I think ever...
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Wellness and Resiliency During Residency: Interprofessional Conflict

“It’s rarely the patients that hurt me. It’s my colleagues in the hospital.” “[Interprofessional conflict] is so underappreciated as a source of s...
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Diagnose on Sight: Case of a red, swollen neck

Case: A 78 year-old female with a past medical history of asthma and hypothyroidism presents with a three day history of sore throat and a two day ...
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Podcasts: Pearls on Networking, Early Academic Career, and Part Time Academics in the AWAEM Professional Development Series

For those early in their academic medical career, it can be challenging to find solid, trustworthy advice on how to navigate the perils of academia...
Tactical Medicine News

Diagnose on Sight: Lip Swelling

Case: A 24 year old male presents with right sided lip swelling that began several hours ago. This is the second time he has had this type of swell...
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Introduction of REBEL Cast

For those who haven’t checked out the site already R.E.B.E.L. EM stands for Rational Evidence Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine....
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Social Media Index: Controversy and Evolution

The Social Media Index was moved from BoringEM to ALiEM on the morning of Thursday, November 21st. The increased exposure for my previously obscure...
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ALiEM Book Club Wrap Up: A Temporary Matter

The November book club selection was a short story A Temporary Matter from the collection Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri. The goal in sel...
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EM-RAP Educator’s Podcast: How to get promoted in academic EM

  Dr. Amal Mattu gives a great 47-minute lecture on “How to Get Promoted in Academic Emergency Medicine”. Catch the podcast from the talk in July’...
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EMRAP Education Podcast: Educational Resources in EM

Dr. Rob Rogers has posted his 21st podcast on EMRAP Educator’s Edition. The topic is “Educational Resources in Emergency Medicine”.  Listen to why ...
Tactical Medicine News

Tips to building authenticity into your talk

For lecturers, much focus is placed on improving the visual display and factual content of your talk. Keep slides simple Add relevant, non-extra...
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How to teach procedures in the Emergency Department

As I was going through the free EM-RAP Educator’s Edition podcasts, somehow missed the March 2010 podcast on how to teach procedures in the Emergen...
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Hot off the press: Improving medical student presentations in the ED

Website: www.emrapee.com The EM-RAP Educator’s Edition podcast just released its 6th podcast episode. Dr. Rob Rogers et al discuss practical tips a...
Tactical Medicine News

Free videos and podcasts from "All LA Conference"

I recently discovered a little gem of a website, which houses video and podcast recordings of joint conferences by the Los Angeles EM residency pro...
Tactical Medicine News

Hot off the press: Podcast on ED crowding and education

Dr. Rob Rogers (Univ Maryland) has come up with yet another podcast edition for the EMRAP Educator’s Edition website. In this recording, Rob interv...
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