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The twitter feed for the Emergency Medicine residency program at Queen's University.
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QueensEM Aug 17
Once a summer we have an amazing party!!! gets to introduce new residents + faculty!!!
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QueensEM Aug 17
Once a summer we eat big-macs and race bikes!!! Congrats to this year's winners!
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QueensEM Aug 11
Thanks for sharing. Great adjunct to our Junior resus rounds today!
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Richard van Wylick Aug 10
Wonderful to see the great Dr. Ashworth still teaching legend
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QueensEM Aug 10
A classic day with retired orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Ashworth, in to drop some casting pearls.
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Andrew Helt Aug 10
Pediatric pearls from Dr. Rob Brison: Kids are like horses. If they sense you're nervous, then they're nervous.
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QueensEM Aug 9
Replying to @dwmessenger
Oh no. Praying for auto-save.
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Jared Baylis Aug 3
It is here! Introducing the Cdn EM Enhanced Competency Directory! Thx to
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Ahmed Taher Aug 3
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David Messenger Aug 3
Hey residents - a great resource for you!
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Dr. Ellis Aug 1
Pleasure! Will be great resource for all Peds emergency departments! Will share with when final
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Ross Morton Jul 31
Teaching diagnostic reasoning - nice description of a program by et al CJEM2017 (doi 10.1017/cem2017.357)
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Jared Baylis Jul 31
I LOVE this! Great work on bringing clin reasoning into the spotlight!
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Heather White Jul 27
adventure racing for the academic summer series!
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QueensEM Jul 28
A totally awesome Adventure Race planned by . Lots of learning and fun!!!!!!!
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QueensEM Jul 27
Ultrasound guided nerve blocks today for summER sERies!
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QueensEM Jul 21
RCA is the most arythmogenic single vessel infarct. Many sudden deaths are due to infarcts of this vessel.
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QueensEM Jul 21
More likely TdP if: 1. Clusters (not sustained) 2. Long QT in sinus beats 3. Lack of ST elevation preceding or in sinus beats
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QueensEM Jul 21
ECG teaching with the good professor ! Always excited when he joins for the afternoon!!!
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QueensEM Jul 20
Great to have with us today!
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