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Kelowna EM Residency
The Interior Site of UBC's FRCP Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Proud member of the universe. We accept medical student electives all year!
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JoAnne Slinn Jun 13
Was so honoured to represent our amazing team in TO yesterday! Sharing our work on ED for . A big thanks to the awesome KGH ED staff, the leadership of , our outstanding Sim Fellow & the program!
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Daniel Ting Jun 16
Patients with both and have a high mortality. How can we balance the risk of bleeding from with the risk of multiorgan dysfunction from prolonged hypothermia? Check out our case report and literature review in :
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CAEP Residents Jun 1
We are looking for a resident representative for the new CAEP Wellness Interest Group ! Send us a short paragraph if you’re interested at defibriletter@caep.ca
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Daniel Ting Jun 5
Check out my interview with where I talk about my experiences as the first Editorial Intern and a Editor! Includes thoughts on academic medicine and integrating passions for writing within medicine.
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James Powell May 31
My video on POCUS bedside echo (subxyphoid view) has already reached over 10,000 views! Which video would you like to see next?
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Kelowna EM Residency May 31
At , mindfulness was a huge theme. At our last department retreat, bought our residents each a copy of Attending by Ronald Epstein. How do you incorporate mindful practice into ?
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Kelowna EM Residency May 31
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Kelowna EM Residency May 29
Kelowna EM dinner at Bridgette Bar!
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Daniel Ting May 29
Journal club remains a primary way that training programs review new evidence, but the landscape of the literature has changed dramatically over past decades. How do residents perceive the value of journal club today?
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Kelowna EM Residency May 29
Excellent talk from discussing resus drugs in the ED. Take homes include considering dirty epi drip (1mg epi in 1000mL NS = 1mcg/mL epi), amio in selected witnessed arrest, and vasopressin as an adjunct pressor.
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James Powell May 29
Come by poster 117 - A Physician at Triage Pilot to Improve ED Throughput (median length of stay) and Reduce Overcrowding
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Devin Harris May 29
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Jared Baylis May 27
In situ has many applications including where latent safety threats can be identified, CRM principles reinforced, and resuscitation skills practiced in a multi disciplinary setting!
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Kelowna EM Residency May 27
How can in-Situ simulation lead to quality improvement in your institution? Team was able to identify latent safety threats and test new patient care protocols.
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Kelowna EM Residency May 27
Our own presents his top 3 education innovation abstract at on his experience as the 1st with ; an innovation that has changed the face of resident research in Canadian !
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Kelowna EM Residency May 26
The “Kelowna Critical” simulation team making us all proud at . Excellent teamwork and management in a difficult case (TCA overdose)!
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Kelowna EM Residency May 20
Another fantastic journal club last week hosted by ! We discussed Ringer’s Lactate vs Normal Saline. Are there EDs out there that have moved to RL as the default crystalloid? What have been successes/challenges?
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Kelowna EM Residency May 20
Great video that explains the essential role of volunteers at KGH! Did you know the volunteer-run coffee shops raise money for medical devices and equipment?
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Kelowna EM Residency May 16
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Daniel Ting May 13
There is a big KT gap in . has revolutionized how we interact w/ literature yet training programs still use journal club to interpret new evidence. Is journal club still relevant? Check out our "PoEM-Club" project at , Tue May 29!
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