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ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.
 
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A short, focused discussion of emergency medicine topics with perspectives from emergency physicians as well as other specialties. Here's the problem: When I listen to a 45 minute lecture that goes through about 15 different studies and has 50 slides, I come out feeling like a genius. An hour later, I have forgotten 95% of it. Here's the solution: ercast. We cover a single issue and try to tease out all the relevant elements without overstuffing your frontal cortex. It's for physicians and a ...
 
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A short, focused discussion of emergency medicine topics with perspectives from emergency physicians as well as other specialties. Here's the problem: When I listen to a 45 minute lecture that goes through about 15 different studies and has 50 slides, I come out feeling like a genius. An hour later, I have forgotten 95% of it. Here's the solution: ercast. We cover a single issue and try to tease out all the relevant elements without overstuffing your frontal cortex. It's for physicians and a ...
 
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Committed to advancing emergency care through continuing education, research, and public education, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is the national medical specialty society representing emergency medicine. In The Pulse of Emergency Medicine, ACEP seeks to educate listeners on the latest information, guidelines and best practices for critical care medical professionals. Through in-depth interviews with emergency medicine experts, learn how to best serve your patients and ...
 
The Student Midwives Association of Canada (SMAC) is a newly-formed organization of student midwives from programs across the country who believe that together we can improve our collective learning experiences.
 
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This podcast account features all of the audio clips from the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) educational blog site. http://www.ALiEM.com
 
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In this episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang review the October 2019 issue. In the first lesson, they discuss Rhabdomyolysis and why timely diagnosis is so important. The second lesson in the publication covers pediatric scrotal pain and swelling. Plus, find out about the LLSA review article ...…
 
Host Jason Woods talks with Dr. Adam Rodos about the CMS measure SEP-1 as well as the EQUAL sepsis initiative. The talk focuses on the effect of these measures on patient care and strategies for sepsis care improvement. Guest: Adam Rodos MD, Asst Prof, Dept of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicinehttps://ww ...…
 
Atrial fibrillation is a common emergency department presentation. Dr. Jim Williams returns to The Frontline to discuss the current management, trends, and anticoagulation. As the American population ages, we will see a growing number of the patients and emergency medicine will have a front row seat.…
 
Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin, an expert panel of residency program directors discuss finding the right-fit residency program for you using modern dating terms. Which programs should you swipe right or left on?Panelists: Dr. Arlene Chung (Maimonides), Dr. David Snow (Loyola), Dr. Robin Naples (Thomas Jefferson)…
 
Should we admit medical mistakes? Most risk managers (and med mal attorneys) might say no, but Dr. Peter Smulowitz says that’s the wrong thinking. Admitting errors can be good for patients and good for us. Links mentioned in this episode Register for Essentials of EM. San Francisco May 21-23, 2020 Become a subscribing member of ERcast Shownotes ...…
 
Should we admit medical mistakes? Most risk managers (and med mal attorneys) might say no, but Dr. Peter Smulowitz says that’s the wrong thinking. Admitting errors can be good for patients and good for us. Links mentioned in this episode Register for Essentials of EM. San Francisco May 21-23, 2020 Become a subscribing member of ERcast Shownotes ...…
 
Amal Mattu, MD, and colleagues talk in depth about the crashing obese patient, magnesium for atrial fibrillation, post-arrest cardiac catheterization, and difficult airway assessment.By EMedHome.com.
 
Forty-seven years ago, the Emergency Medicine Foundation was created to help define the specialty and move it forward. Dr. Stephen Anderson and Dr. Ryan Stanton sat down to talk about how the EMF is improving the specialty of Emergency Medicine with funding for research and advocacy.www.emfoundation.org…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, Dr. Alexis LaPietra reviews greater trochanteric pain syndrome and its treatment, as well as gives an overview of one piece of osteopathic manipulative therapy called muscle energy. Guest: Alexis LaPietra, DOChair, ACEP Pain/Addiction SectionSystem Chief, Pain/Addiction St. Josephs Health, Paterson NJ ...…
 
In this month’s episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang discuss lessons from the September 2019 issue. First up, “Hard to Swallow”. Cold and flu season is coming, make sure you are prepared for the common and not so common sore throat complaint. Also, “Out of Joint” a lesson on should dislocati ...…
 
Today on ACEP Frontline Dr Ryan Stanton talks with his guest Dr. David Wang about Palliative Care and how to have difficult conversations with patients and their loved ones.For more resources, please visit ACEP's Palliative Care page: https://www.acep.org/by-medical-focus/palliative-medicine/By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Today on ACEP Frontline we’re talking interrogations. In a community hospital setting, it can be tough to get a pacemaker or ICD interrogated in a timely fashion after hours or on the weekends. Dr. Neuenschwander is doing some great research looking into the ED providers doing their own interrogations in a fraction of the time it would take to ...…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, Dr. Katherine Vlasica reviews the technique, indications, contraindications, and benefits of the use of occipital nerve blocks and low paraspinous injections in the treatment of headache in the ED. Guest: Katherine Vlasica DODirector of EM Pain Management, St Joseph’s Health in Paterson NJClinical Ass ...…
 
Today’s ACEP Frontline was recorded at the Emerald Coast Conference in Destin Florida earlier this spring. Dr. Ryan Stanton talked with Dr. Daniel Moore about capacity and throughput in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Moore took data from his department and came up with solutions tailored for their needs and has solved their front-end patient wait time ...…
 
Join us in the second installment of ALiEM's The Leader's Library, which is a professional development book club for health professionals. The featured book is Kim Scott's Radical Candor.By The ALiEM Team.
 
In this episode of ACEP Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton interviews Dr. Andrea Brault, a national leader in physician billing, reimbursement, and legislation, about some of the things we can do to reflect the care provided AND where we are going in the future.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Amal Mattu, MD, and colleagues tackle some weighty topics: cardiogenic pulmonary edema, syncope, and hypotensive heart failure.By EMedHome.com.
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, Drs. Jay Schur, Chris Moore, and Courtney Moreno discuss the development of and recommendations from the new publication from the ACEP EQUAL group, "Imaging in Suspected Renal Colic: Systematic Review of the Literature and Multispecialty Consensus."Article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31402153 ...…
 
This is the keynote address from Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2019. Transcript below... There are moments in this job that are glorious ... magnificent. The great save, a moment of kindness, and unexpected show of gratitude, nailing a difficult procedure or diagnosis. There are times that this job will make you want to cry tears of joy. Thi ...…
 
This is the keynote address from Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2019. Transcript below... There are moments in this job that are glorious ... magnificent. The great save, a moment of kindness, and unexpected show of gratitude, nailing a difficult procedure or diagnosis. There are times that this job will make you want to cry tears of joy. Thi ...…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, Drs. Jay Schur, Deb Diercks, and Kaushal Shah discuss the development and primary recommendation from the ACEP Clinical Policy for Thoracic Aortic Dissection. Host: Jason Woods, MDwww.acep.org/equalBy The ALiEM Team.
 
Today we talk to Dr. Joe Piktel about Primetime Practice Changers at the ACEP18 Research Forum. On the docket: research and its place in social media, medication assisted therapy for OUD in the ED, the chest pain patient, sepsis and more. What’s the evidence and where’s the research? We’re talking about it, on ACEP Frontline!…
 
In this episode we discuss the elements of documenting a patient's decision-making capacity, pearls from the last month of ERcast, our new newsletter, and Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot. Links from this episode Sign up for the ERcast newsletter HERE THIS is the newsletter discussed in today's podcast If you want to learn more about the full on, ful ...…
 
In this episode we discuss the elements of documenting a patient's decision-making capacity, pearls from the last month of ERcast, our new newsletter, and Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot. Links from this episode Sign up for the ERcast newsletter HERE THIS is the newsletter discussed in today's podcast If you want to learn more about the full on, ful ...…
 
Recorded at #LAC19, we sat down with Dr. Puneet Gupta to talk about leaders in EMRA and the movers and shakers who are shaping the face of emergency medicine and health care. Listen in to see just what these disrupters are doing to make EM better, from mitigating gun violence to taking an active role in the wellness of the EM physician.…
 
Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin, an expert panel of residency program directors reflect on the 2019 Match year based on the NRMP data. Was it more or less competitive? What was new and what is their advice for the 2020 Match?View the data table for 2011-2019 on the ALiEM.com site.Panelists: Dr. Sorabh Khandelwal (The Ohio Sta ...…
 
Emergency medicine is under attack from insurance and other industries interested in boosting profits and undercutting the safety net of the US healthcare system. Without intervention, this could seriously threaten access for millions of Americans and destroy the emergency system that has been built over the past 50+ years. In this episode, we ...…
 
In this episode of the Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine podcast, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang discuss the August 2019 issue. The lessons include pain management for the cancer patient and aortic dissection. Of course they also cover the LLSA review, Critical EKG, Critical Image, Drug Box, Tox Box and more!If you are interested ...…
 
Today on ACEP Frontline we talk with Dr. Emily Rose about rashes. With more parents choosing not to vaccinate, you’re more likely to see some rashes that you thought were a thing of the past. We’ll discuss a few pearls for making the correct diagnosis for more common presentations and also how to identify deadly rashes that just might have you ...…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, Dr. Stephen Wolf (Professor of EM, Vice Chair Dept of EM at Denver Health Medical Center, Chair of the ACEP clinical policies committee, subcommittee chair for this policy) talks about the development and primary recommendation from the ACEP Clinical Policy: Suspected Acute Venous Thromboembolic Disea ...…
 
This episode of ACEP Frontline takes us back to ACEP18 when we talked to Dr. Christina Shenvi about the geriatric patient and how the ADEPT tool can help with the management of delirium or agitation in the elderly patient. You can access the online tool by visiting: www.Acep.org/ADEPT This bedside tool is available in our emPOC app. Available e ...…
 
Guest: Jason W. Wilson, MD, MA, FACEP How much do you really know about sickle cell disease? Test your knowledge with Dr. Jason Wilson from Tampa General Hospital and the University of South Florida as he addresses how these little-known facts affect the approach to sickle cell care in emergency departments. Content for this non-certified educa ...…
 
Guest: Bernard Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM Ever hear that sickle cell disease patients are more likely to become drug abusers? Or that sickle cell pain is just like any other kind of pain? Join mythbuster Dr. Bernard Lopez from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital as he debunks four common misconceptions associated with the pathophysiology ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Bernard Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM To address the ever-evolving approach to sickle cell disease management, Dr. Matt Birnholz is joined by Dr. Bernard Lopez from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Together, they review a representative case of adult sickle cell patients and break down the various factors ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Jason W. Wilson, MD, MA, FACEP Thanks to recent insights into how sickle cell disease develops throughout a patient’s lifetime, therapeutic approaches are now shifting. To dive deeper into these findings, Dr. Matt Birnholz is joined by Dr. Jason Wilson, Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Research in the ...…
 
Recorded at ACEP18, Dr Schuur talks about avoiding unnecessary imaging and the quality improvement in the ED. Change isn’t easy, so what does it take to get docs to follow the evidence that less is more?For more information, please visit www.acep.org/equalBy Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Amal Mattu, MD, and colleagues cover all you need to know about coronary artery bypass graft complications, in-flight medical emergencies, and subarachnoid hemorrhage: http://bit.ly/MattuEMNBy EMedHome.com.
 
In this episode, Drs. Craig Hostein and Thomas Vaughan discuss their success in reducing avoidable imaging for low back pain in the ED. Host Jason Woods MD guides the discussion.By The ALiEM Team.
 
Drs. Frank Peacock and Michael Kontos review the 2015 guidelines, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology regarding appropriate use of cardiovascular imaging. Host Dr. Jason Woods guides the discussion. PDF of slide deck: https://www.acep.org/globalassets/sites/acep/media/equal-documents/webinar_chestpainw3_policy_cvimagi ...…
 
On this episode of ACEP Frontline we head back to LAC19 and talk about health care coverage. Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Cedric Dark dig into what Medicare for All might look like and what it would take to fund it.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
In this month’s episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine Danya and Wendy dive into Observation Medicine and Vaccination-Preventable Illnesses. In the first lesson, “Observation Deck” they discuss the criteria for the obs patient, where the patient should go for observation, and just how long the patient should expect to be under obse ...…
 
Dr. Simon Mahler, Dr. Deborah Diercks, Dr. Christopher Baugh discuss how to implement the use of high sensitivity troponin in your clinical setting on this featured ACEP E-QUAL podcast. Hosted by Dr. Jason WoodsBy The ALiEM Team.
 
Today on ACEP Frontline Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Michael Bublewicz discuss mask-free NIV – a growing technology for the ED patient in respiratory distress.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Dr. Kaide returns to the Frontline to talk about the management of hemophilia in the emergency department.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Scott Weingart and Amal Mattu are our guests as we break down the critical decision points in a case of a patient with an acute anterior STEMI and cardiogenic shock. Want weekly episodes, world class show notes, CME, and a super sweet app? Go to ercast.org and subscribe to the kit and caboodle.By Rob Orman.
 
Scott Weingart and Amal Mattu are our guests as we break down the critical decision points in a case of a patient with an acute anterior STEMI and cardiogenic shock. Want weekly episodes, world class show notes, CME, and a super sweet app? Go to ercast.org and subscribe to the kit and caboodle.By Rob Orman.
 
Dr. Delaney discusses emergencies in commercial aviation and what emergency physicians can do at 35k feet. Recorded at ACEP18.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP.
 
Amal Mattu, MD, and colleagues talk about pancreatitis and patients who refuse care: http://bit.ly/MattuEMN.By EMedHome.com.
 
Today on ACEP Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Caroline Freiermuth discuss treating the Sickle Cell patient when they present to the ED. June 19 was Sickle Cell awareness day, so it’s the perfect time to refresh your understanding of this rare but significant disease and get some pearls for the management of the patient. For m ...…
 
In today’s episode of "ACEP Frontline", Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with EMRA members Dr. Erik Blutinger and Dr. Scott Pasichow about starting a career in Emergency Medicine. Whether you are graduating med school and going into residency, moving from residency to attending or to a fellowship, even going from attending back into fellowship, transitio ...…
 
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