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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM
EM Doc with interests in retrieval, wilderness medicine, EBM, and .
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 15m
Correct. The more time out, the closer you are to consultant. Also, and this bears writing down. KEEP TRACK OF EVERYTHING YOU EVER DO. They want to know. Residency rotation schedule. Pediatric volumes post graduation. CME for the last 5 years. You name it, they want it.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 28m
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 1h
ACEM also posts jobs. It's a bit more broad and includes both countries. I found it easier to find specific jobs in NZ because they post them
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 1h
In short, not many barriers for EM. Moreso for other specialties (paeds). You register with MCNZ, but usually you find a job first. You're supervised for a period of time that may vary. It's the opposite in Ireland. You have to register with the medical council before you look
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 1h
You can if he follows you on twitter.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 4h
Oh we know all of them because when we call ophthamology on call they never specialize in that specific part of the eye. "no I only specialize in left eye anterior chamber disorders, this is clearly a right eye retinal problem"
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 6h
Ill-tempered sea bass?
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 6h
The mountain always wins. Respect the mountain.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 6h
Let me guess. That place was every cardiology consultant I've ever called. "It's a leak"
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craig philpott 10h
Replying to @CphilpottCraig
East side of Silverado Trail at Dunaweal Ln. viewing south structure damage 2/2
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craig philpott 9h
Replying to @CphilpottCraig
Other properties on Mund Rd damaged Deer Park CA Napa Valley CA
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Fire pressuring residence N side Deer Park Rd across from Crestmont Dr and view of N end of Crestmont Dr. Napa Valley CA
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 7h
Yes. Admins need to be more flexible about interpretation. See also: drinks in the workspace See also: COVID separation policies See also: nursing no lunch time adjustments ad infinitum
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 7h
Also, hospital #18 required the nurses to print out and fax (or tube) the order in CPOE to the pharmacy for any drug not immediately available in the ED. I can only imagine the thought process behind that.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 7h
I mean, honestly, there's a lot of redundancy in the system. Some of it is warranted. Some is not. High lactates aren't critical, slightly low potassiums are.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 8h
Replying to @MDaware
Oh don't worry, I always take them. I just get chastised by nursing for not following the policy. IE I don't put a note in the chart that I notified myself.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 8h
I hate lockstep policy following. Apparently when the lab calls a critical value, there's a process the nurses must do and make If the physician answers the call, this is not done and is a fallout. Why am I not allowed to answer a call that is for me? It's policy.
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Ian Lewins Sep 27
Hey - for your patients receiving oxygen do you actually prescribe that oxygen on a drug chart (electronic or paper)? Pls RT to increase sample size.
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 19h
As is albuterol (salbutamol), racemic, ipratropium...
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Justin Hensley, MD FAWM 19h
US peds em systems, unequivocably yes. You have to order it or it doesn't happen. It's not on the MAR though (medication administration record) as it's a respiratory therapy.
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