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Heather Murray
Emergency physician and medical educator at . Teaches EBM, research methods and diagnostic reasoning to undergraduate medical students.
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Heather Murray Aug 5
Wow. Just read this new structured review on PE from - this is an excellent summary.
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Helen Bevan Aug 5
Here's a fantastic resource from the Paediatric International Patient Safety and Quality Community in the USA. They've curated 150+ articles related to & patient safety: Some relate specifically to child health but most are generic
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Heather Murray Aug 4
Oh, this is a must read. Thanks for digging deep for the rest of us.
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Heather Murray Aug 4
PSA. Cannot confirm but suspect accurate...
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CanadiEM Aug 4
EM resident from and Geriatric EM Fellow, Dr. highlights important points for urine testing and UTI in Older Emergency Department patients. Check it out!
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Frontenac Paramedics Jul 31
Did you know your Frontenac Paramedics need to don and doff personal protective equipment on every single call, sometimes more than once? Thanks for giving them the time and space to do what they need to when they arrive.
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Heather Murray Aug 3
Replying to @YoniFreedhoff
Ha I was wondering the same thing...
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Michael Barbaro Aug 2
A vaccine is the beginning, not the end of a solution, experts say, resetting expectations. "It will take months or, more likely *years* to reach enough people to make the world safe.
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Heather Murray Aug 2
I wondered the same thing!
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Sinead Fox Aug 1
Delighted to see my post about finger injuries on website. Thanks to for all the guidance to get it to this point! 😊
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David Juurlink Jul 30
Looking for a living systematic review of drugs for COVID-19? Amazing work by and colleagues in
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CJEM Jul 29
CJEM is putting out a call for new Decision Editors to join our editorial board. If you would like to join our team please email cjem@caep.ca with your CV and expression of interest. Deadline is August 15th! cc:
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Heather Murray Jul 28
This is so sad. And frightening.
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Heather Murray Jul 24
I love this so much. Thanks for sharing!
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Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences Jul 24
Queen’s Accelerated Route to Medical School is unique in Canada, providing a pathway to med school for high school students. Going forward, its 10 seats will be designated for Black Canadians & Indigenous peoples. Read about this exciting change:
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Nicholas Chrimes Jul 22
By far the best video I've ever seen on HA-VL, from . HA-VL is a core skill. Every aw operator with access to HA-VL should be familiar with this content. If you can "see the cords but can't deliver the tube" the problem is YOU not the device.
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Daniel Ting Jul 21
Intimate partner violence is often unrecognized in the ED and is associated with high rates of mortality and morbidity. breaks down some helpful screening tools in this latest and video collaboration!
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Alex Mazur Jul 21
No new cases of COVID-19 in the region according to 's dashboard. Total cases still stand at 106 and total resolved still at 105. That means we're still at 1 active case.
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Heather Murray Jul 21
It looks great - congratulations!!!
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Dr. Randy Wax Jul 21
Replying to @HeatherM211
We need to do a better job of offering strategies to mitigate the actual & perceived risk. Not all interventions in cardiac arrest have same risk. For example, covering the patient’s face with clothing/attaching an AED would create minimal risk but could help witnessed collapse.
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