Best Emergency Medicine podcasts — Prompt diagnosis and treatment of injuries (Updated January 2019; image)
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Survival Medicine
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Doom and Bloom,Nurse Amy,Dr Bones,Survival,Survival Medicine,Traditional and Alternative Medical Advice including Survival Medicine or Collapse Medicine.
 
Online Medical Education on Emergency Department (ED) Critical Care, Trauma, and Resuscitation
 
Emergency Medicine Cases – Where the Experts Keep You in the Know. For complete episodes please visit emergencymedicinecases.com
 
Meet 'em, greet 'em, treat 'em and street 'em
 
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ERCAST
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Get down-to-earth clinical topics and learn what it really means to work in the ED with the legendary Dr. Rob Orman. Manageable monthly episodes cover everything you need to know about what's current in EM, plus practice-changing information from Essentials of Emergency Medicine. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full ERcast show. Get over 2 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 27 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ of click-to-claim CME per year when you sign up ...
 
We review a cutting edge a Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) blog or podcast and then delve into the Emergency Medicine Core Content texts on relevant issues and end with free board review questions. We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tyin ...
 
Each month the Annals audio summaries will be updated with summaries of important original articles as well as comments on notable editorials.
 
Latest medical news and features from Medscape Emergency Medicine
 
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The Resus Room
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Podcasts from the website TheResusRoom.co.uk Promoting excellent care in and around the resus room, concentrating on critical appraisal, evidenced based medicine and international guidelines.
 
Emergency Medicine Education for Everyone.
 
This is the Mediccast, a podcast for EMT’s, Paramedics, and other emergency medical professionals. The podcast covers news and commentary, tips and tricks.
 
David Farcy, MD FAAEM FCCM, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical in Miami Beach, Florida, speaks with national and international experts in the field of critical care in emergency medicine. Join us each month for insights on a timely topic of importance for emergency physicians.
 
This podcast account features all of the audio clips from the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) educational blog site. http://www.ALiEM.com
 
Emergency nursing education podcast. Interviews with some of the best nurses and doctors on topics related to emergency nursing.
 
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EM Basic
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Your Boot Camp Guide to Emergency Medicine
 
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Medic Up!
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Are you an EMT or paramedic student? A newbie, probie or FNG just hitting the street in EMS? Maybe you’re an EMS veteran: salty, grizzled or just toasty around the edges? The Medic Up! podcast has something for you! Join us for a mix of education, entertainment and just the right amount of EMS war stories to keep you coming back.
 
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Date: January 17th , 2019 Reference: Clemency et al. Hospital Observation Upon Reversal (HOUR) With Naloxone: A Prospective Clinical Prediction Rule Validation Study. AEM December 2018 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Justin Morgenstern is an emergency physician and the creator of the excellent #FOAMed project called First10EM.com Case: A 33-year-old man arr ...…
 
Today, we have advanced laboratory studies that allow identification of many pathogens. Despite this, it can be a challenge for healthcare providers to tell a bacterial disease from a viral one. Bacteria and virus can attack the same organ systems. For example, pneumonia can be bacterial or viral. Both produce similar symptoms like cough and fe ...…
 
EM Quick Hits is a brand new EM Cases podcast that contains 5 minute segments chosen from 10 specific topics by 10 different experts and educators. These topics are ones that either are not taught very well in training and/or that physicians tend to be not completely comfortable with. They include toxicology, trauma, ophthalmology, orthopaedics ...…
 
If you're involved in the care of critically unwell patients then you will frequently encounter patients who are shocked. The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine defines shock as; 'Life-threatening, generalized form of acute circulatory failure associated with inadequate oxygen utilization by the cells. It is a state in which the circul ...…
 
This week, Winter Storm Gia, they’ve been naming them for a few years now, will spread a swath of snow and ice from parts of the Rockies, Plains and Midwest to the mid-Atlantic into this weekend, hopefully not causing more than a few travel delays. Yeah, I know, winter storms occur every year in the United States, but if you don’t take them ser ...…
 
Date: January 10th , 2019 Reference: Busse JW et al. Opioids for Chronic Noncancer Pain A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA December 2018 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Sergey Motov is an Emergency Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Maimonides Medical Center in New York City. He is also one of the world’s leading researchers on pain ...…
 
Managing frostbite is both simple and complex. It's been around since human skin met the cold but research within the past few decades and even the past few years has dramatically changed how we care for thermal cold injury. in this episode, frostbite expert and burn surgeon Dr. Anne Wagner discusses frostbite diagnosis, simple and advanced man ...…
 
SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR PODCAST Infectious disease is of major concern in good times or bad, and the family medic must be able to identify some of the deadliest. Having just written a book on the subject, we’ve done our research on some of the worst illnesses that can occur even in countries with advanced medical systems. There are infections ou ...…
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this episode of the SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Daren Beam (Indiana University) on how to write a winning abstract for a scientific meeting or conference. Take notes and apply his practical pearls of do's and don'ts, while also hearing some funny, behind-the-scenes stories about his time as ...…
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this installment of SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Zachary Meisel (University of Pennsylvania) on how to turn your interest into research. Get inspired by his career path from prehospital research to narratives in evidence-based medicine.
 
What should your resuscitation targets be in the first 15 minutes for trauma patients with hemorrhagic shock, spinal shock, severe head injury? When is a pelvic binder indicated? Is a bedsheet good enough? What are the most common pitfalls in binding the pelvis? What are the best ways to maintain team situational awareness during a trauma resus ...…
 
Happy New Year!! Hopefully you got a bit of downtime over the festive period and are feeling suitably refreshed and ready to attack 2019! We've got 3 great papers to kick off the year. First up we look at the recent PReVENT trial which looks at ventilator strategies in patients without ARDS with respect to tidal volumes. This paper continues th ...…
 
Date: December 30th, 2018 Happy New Years to all the SGEMers out there in the #FOAMed world. It is time to reflect upon 2018 and look forward to 2019. Last year we named 2017 the year of FeminEM and celebrated 15 amazing women in emergency medicine. This year I am going to highlight five of […]
 
We cover the clinical policy from the American College of Emergency Physicians - Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Emergency Department Patients With Suspected Non–ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes In adult patients without evidence of ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome, can initial risk stratification b ...…
 
Date: December 21st, 2018 Happy holidays to all the SGEMers. For everyone in the Northern hemisphere, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. For those in the Southern hemisphere, I suggest you listen to the Tim Minchin song about having white wine in the sun. Regardless of where you are, I hope everyone […]…
 
Infectious disease is of major concern in good times or bad, and the family medic must be able to identify some of the deadliest. Having just written a book about infectious diseases and the antibiotics that treat them, we’ve done our research on some of the worst illnesses that can occur even in countries with advanced medical systems. There a ...…
 
Some joker on Twitter called Chrimes took this at Aspen, Colorado Hi folks. On todays episode I discuss the pitfalls of privacy and boundaries on Twitter , based on my own 7 yr experience on the platform. Show Notes: TWITTER RULES Social Media’s Dark Side: Learning to Set Boundaries Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) http://media.blubrry.c ...…
 
Festive greetings to all! We hope you've had a fantastic 2018 and have some time off over Xmas and New Year to celebrate with friends and family. We thought we'd bring you some of the most influential papers that we've read over the last 12 months, that haven't necessarily fitted in that closely with some of the topics we've covered...we hope y ...…
 
Today I sit down with Lt. Alex Roehner from the A&E show: Nightwatch Nation. Alex is a Paramedic, Supervisor as well as the Coordinator of the Community Paramedic Division at Empress EMS in Yonkers,New York. Alex has a very powerful story about her personal battle with addiction,subsequent recovery and what she is doing to help others battling ...…
 
In this part 1 of Trauma - The First and Last 15 Minutes, we answer questions such as: how should we best prepare our team, our gear and ourselves for the trauma patient? How does resequencing the initial trauma resuscitation save lives? How can we most readily identify occult shock, the silent killer in trauma? What are 7 actions to consider i ...…
 
Cardiac arrest management is core business of a resuscitationist and practice is constantly evolving in the pursuit of improving patient outcomes. We were lucky enough to be invited to the London Trauma Conference's Cardiac Arrest Masterclass stream, where Matt Thomas put on a superb array of talks around all things cardiac arrest. We managed t ...…
 
Date: December 13th , 2018 Reference: Murata et al. Acetaminophen and febrile seizure recurrences during the same fever episode. Pediatrics. 2018 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Damian Roland is a Consultant at the University of Leicester NHS Trust and Honorary Associate Professor for the University of Leicester’s SAPPHIRE group. He specialises in Paediatri ...…
 
Ask people about the last pandemic and most will say it was the “Spanish Flu” of 1918-9. Certainly, that outbreak is a well-known example, but pandemics have occurred throughout history. At least three or four are identified every century. It can even be argued that we’ve experienced more than one just in the last few years. We all do our best ...…
 
EMCrit 238 - Medical Error Epidemic Craziness with G. Gianoli. Medical Error is the 3rd leading cause of death in the US--or is it?
 
Date: December 4th, 2018 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Steven Novella is a Yale Neurologist, host and producer of the popular science podcast called the Skeptics Guide to the Universe and executive editor of Science Based Medicine blog. This is an SGEM Xtra book review. I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Novella about the new book by the […]…
 
Today on “Late Calls,” I talk about: Situational Awareness Follow Me On: YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter Google Podcasts iTunes
 
Date: December 6th , 2018 Reference: Perkins et al. A Randomized Trial of Epinephrine in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. NEJM 2018. Guest Skeptics: Jay Loosley is the Superintendent of Education at Middlesex-London Paramedic Service. Jenn Doyle is a paramedic educator at Middlesex-London Paramedic Service. Case: A 51-year-old man experiences a ...…
 
Upon the passing of President George H. W. Bush, we should remember and honor his military service in World War II as a navy pilot. Having flown 58 missions, Lieutenant Bush was often under enemy fire. On September 2, 1944, his plane was shot down off an island called Chi Chi Jima. He was the only survivor. He swam about 50 yards to a small lif ...…
 
In anticipation of EM Cases Episode 118 Trauma: The First and Last 15 minutes with Andrew Petrosoniak, Kylie Bosman and Chris Hicks we have Joe Nemeth, Trauma Fellowship Director at Montreal General and Associate Professor at both McGill University and University of Toronto discussing his Best Case Ever of a teenager who was "stabbed in the box ...…
 
A consensus summit with world experts and primary researchers focused on the question, “After a negative ED evaluation for ACS, is an expedited outpatient evaluation a safe alternative to admission?” Featuring Colin Kaide, MD, Mike Palacci, MD, Barbara Backus, MD, Erik Hess, MD, Ezra Amsterdam, MD, Douglas Van Fossen, MD, Rob Orman, MD, Mike We ...…
 
Well the year maybe coming to a close but the high quality papers keep on coming out! We've got 3 great articles to cover in this episode which have some key points to reflect on in our practice. First up we take a look at the application of Canadian c-spine rules by ED triage nurses and the potential impact this approach could hold. Next up we ...…
 
Today on “Late Calls,” I talk about: Provider Safety: “So, You’ve Been Ambushed” Follow the link to my YouTube channel to see the slides that go along with the presentation. Urban Counter-Ambush Tactics: Avoid the kill zone when responding to calls for service with these simple approach technique Counter-ambush tactics for patrol officers. Foll ...…
 
An outbreak of food poisoning with Escherischia coli (E. coli) has hospitalized 43 people in 11 U.S. states and another 18 in Canada, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The agency reports no deaths as of yet, although one individual has developed kidney failure. Joe and Amy Alton discuss the increase of multistat ...…
 
Today on “Late Calls,” I talk about: Bullying in EMS Cop cars being used as ambulances to transport GSWs and stabbings. Enough is enough: 5 ways to end bullying in EMS Nurse Speaks Out Against Colleagues Who Bully EMS Workers Where Cop Cars Double as Ambulances To Follow Me On: YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter Google Podcasts iTunes…
 
Date: November 24th, 2018 As you may know, I was invited to give a keynote address on burnout at the Australasia College of Emergency Medicine 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting (#ACEM18) in Perth, Australia. This turned out to be a very meta event. A few months leading up to the presentation my dad, Dr. Ken Milne […]…
 
Joe Alton MD and Amy Alton ARNP are pleased to announce their new book: Alton's Antibiotics and Infectious Disease: The Layman's Guide to Available Antibacterials in Austere Settings, a plain English guide to veterinary antibiotics and their potential uses to treat infections in survival scenarios (only). Learn about various infectious disease ...…
 
We were delighted to be back to cover the joint Faculty of Prehospital Care and BASICS conference, day 2, held at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Again we were absolutely spoilt for choice when it came to content for the podcasts but we managed to catch up with: • Dr Anne Weaver – a consultant in Emergency Medicine and Prehospital C ...…
 
Much has changed in recent years when it comes to TIA risk stratification, workup and antiplatelet therapy. In this podcast we use the overarching theme of timing to elucidate how to distinguish true TIA from the common TIA mimics, the importance of timing in the workup of TIA, why the duration of therapy with dual antiplatelet therapy and timi ...…
 
We discuss Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder (OUD) including buprenorphine initiated from the emergency department. This show was sponsored by Figure 1, a free open access application for providers using images and cases Thanks for listening! Jeremy Faust and Lauren Westafer References: Berg ML, Idrees U, Ding R, Nesbit ...…
 
We were delighted to be invited to cover the joint Faculty of Prehospital Care and BASICS conference held at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. This two-day prehospital extravaganza covered a broad range of topics and the content was delivered by some excellent speakers. As such, we were absolutely spoilt for choice when it came to con ...…
 
Date: November 10th , 2018 Reference: Kaltiso et al. Evaluation of a Screening Tool for Child Sex Trafficking Among Patients with High-Risk Chief Complaints in a Pediatric Emergency Department. AEM October 2018. Guest Skeptic: Dr. Chris Bond is an emergency medicine physician and clinical lecturer in Calgary. He is also an avid FOAM supporter/p ...…
 
“Late Calls” you ask? Episode #1, you say?Oh yeah, you read it correctly. “Late Calls” is the new solo podcast from Medic Up! Simple premise: This will allow us to put out more frequent content and engage, you, the listener. Medic Up! isn’t going anywhere. In fact it’s expanding. See below for all the links so you can Like, Subscribe and Share. ...…
 
To better understand current events, it’s useful to know the history behind them. The same can be said of the developments through time that led humans to learn about bacteria. Bacteria have played their part in the evolution of the planet for eons. Fossils of microorganisms have been discovered in stone dating more than 400 million years old. ...…
 
13,300 signatures already! Please continue sharing our letter to the NRA where we outline why #GunViolence is our lane. We know that we're not done yet. #ThisIsOurLane #Enoughhttps://t.co/Wk0aMvCRLV — AFFIRM Research (@ResearchAffirm) November 10, 2018 Hi folks. On todays episode I discuss guns . show notes: Port Arthur mass shooting 1996 Podca ...…
 
A gunman opened fire on a crowd at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. The shooter, named Ian David Long, who killed 12 people and himself was a 28 year old former U.S. Marine who may have been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, the Ventura County sheriff said. Ian David Long, 28, apparently threw smoke bombs and methodically fired ...…
 
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