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Mark R. Serpico 10h
Really cool to see this in . Free automated CPR training with a model to practice on
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Mike Overbeck 11h
It's early in the year. We quote this 6 hour "guideline/rule/window" a lot. IMO a must read for EM trainees. Give this link the 15" it deserves Maybe will find it useful too.
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Jennifer Whitfield Bellows 17h
“Our studies demonstrate that...women volunteer more, are asked to volunteer more, and accept requests to volunteer more than men” .
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Stephen Wolf Jul 21
denver_health_paramedics gearing up for Journey-Def Leppard @ Coors Field
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DenverEM Jul 21
The COMBAT trial shows that plasma first resuscitation does not improve outcome in trauma patients. Another example of the clinicians scientists and the faculty at testing the limits of trauma resuscitation.
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Dowin Boatright Jul 21
Wonderful article on the effect of physical space on mental health: .
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Emmy Betz Jul 21
Wonderful review of care of older adults...things every ED clinician should know.
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Brooke Baker Jul 20
You’re irreplaceable ! And I’m probably not just saying that because there was no one interested in the position...
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Jennifer Whitfield Bellows Jul 20
I do this after telling someone their loved one has died. Even in the ED, in the hyperacuity of their pain and shock, family never fails to smile and share something beautiful.
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Denver Health Jul 19
Stats show minority groups are less likely to seek proper mental health care. is working to change that by providing easier access to talk to someone. Watch this conversation about Awareness Month
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Wilderness Medicine Jul 19
Dr. Martin Musi, Dr. Vaughn Browne, Dr. Julia Dixon, Dr. Mariana Guerrero, and Joel Vaughan EMT from the University of Colorado were invited to the University of Panama Facultad de Meidicina to teach an Emergency Procedures and Processes course for graduating medical students.
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CU Internal Medicine Jul 19
🎉Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Adams, winner of this year's Primary Care Role Model Award presented by the Primary Care Residency Class of 2018! 🎉
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Jason Woods Jul 17
The next episode of is posted! High altitude illness in children with
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DenverEM Jul 18
The citizens of Denver and the residents are lucky to have the expertise of scientists like Dr. Jason Haukoos using home grown knowledge like the Denver HIV Risk score to improve the health of our patients.
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Wilderness Medicine Jul 17
Dynamic Duo! Dr. Martin Musi and Dr. Vaughn Browne presented at the Emergency Medicine conference in Panama last week!
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Matt Klein Jul 17
Six months ago I started gratitude journaling for 2-3 minutes at the end of each day, and with a handful of misses, I've continued it as a daily practice. Anecdotally, it's been great for me. And there's some data behind it.
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Zach Jarou, MD Jul 18
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Matthew Zuckerman Jul 18
1/2 to 1/3 of pulmonary embolism associated with effusion. Almost missed this in patient with HR 90 and nl sat, resolved chest pain, and this slight unexplained effusion.
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DenverEM Jul 17
Welcome to the family!
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