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The twitter feed for the Emergency Medicine residency program at Queen's University.
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David Messenger 5h
Delighted by a fantastic Research Day! Great talks by residents/faculty, and fantastic plenaries by . Thanks to all!
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Aaron J. Ruberto 5h
HaVOC...happening soon!
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QueensEM 5h
Understanding adverse childhood experiences and emergency department use being explained by student Korpal at research day!
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David Messenger 6h
Replying to @Qemerg @ICESOntario
Trauma survivors in this cohort had a suicide rate almost 8 times that of the general Ontario population! Suggests importance of follow up.
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QueensEM 6h
Suicide rates 70/100,000 per year in trauma pts vs 9/100,00 in standard population. Major injury is a significant RF for suicide. - Evans
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David Messenger 6h
. faculty, Trauma Program director, and fellow Dr. Chris Evans presenting data on trauma survivorship
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QueensEM 6h
High rates of PTSD, depression and suicide in trauma patients months after injury. designing an exposure crossover to study.
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QueensEM 6h
Now Dr. Chris Evans on mental health after trauma in Ontario! Focusing on improving survivorship to better care for our trauma patients.
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David Messenger 6h
More pot talk Research Day, with presenting on RCT of haloperidol vs ondansetron in cannabis hyperemesis (HaVOC)
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"HaVOC: haloperidol vs ondansetron for cannabinoid hyperemesis" - an elegant crossover RCT being designed by !
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QueensEM 6h
oh oops! Nope we are over at the Donald Gordon!
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David Messenger 7h
Great launch of the first "On Shift" brief procedural demo videos produced by
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QueensEM 7h
"Performance on specific procedures in sim correlates with OR performance OR" - now is studying whether same is true for resus!
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Josh Williams 7h
Love this. Probably not just for residents.
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QueensEM 7h
"Simulation and real-world clinical performance" by up next!
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QueensEM 7h
Unreal production "on shift" instructional videos for senior learners/staff procedural reminders
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QueensEM 7h
"Maintaining personal satisfaction and professional satisfaction - not balance - is the goal!"
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David Messenger 7h
A great framework/advice to residents on evaluating whether to say "yes" to opportunities/asks from
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QueensEM 7h
"awesome? fit with strengths? will I learn? structural supports? how will it impact me?" - considerations for saying "yes"
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QueensEM 7h
"identify an area of interest --> grow your passion --> build your niche - know what tools will help you get there"
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