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Internal Medicine Chief Residents of Queen's University
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College Essay Guy Feb 18
Success is an iceberg.
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Ross Morton Feb 18
Something that just has not been able to get across to the Public. Thanks for sharing. It is very well written.
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André Picard Feb 18
What I do for $37.50: Confessions of a "lady doctor" GP via
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Ross Morton Feb 18
The biggest barrier to Canadian health care reform? Mythology. via
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Queen's Chief Feb 17
Ryan Kroll and leading an engaging on exertional syncope
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Queen's Chief Feb 16
Couldn't be prouder to be part of the QIM family!!
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Queen's Chief Feb 16
Moulson et al. - most Canadian universities don't screen young atheltes. Those that do have had deaths in their program.
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Queen's Chief Feb 16
All atheltrs should have cardiac screening. Not clear whome and how exactly.
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Queen's Chief Feb 16
Sudden cardiac death in young athletes - important but underrecognized phenomenon.
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Queen's Internal Med Feb 16
Great rounds by Nate Moulson on pre-screening young athletes for cardiovascular disease.
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Queen's Chief Feb 15
Come out for CMR Nate Moulson's tomorrow on pre-participation screening in young athletes.
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The Royal College Feb 7
It's National Resident Awareness Week. Let's celebrate our residents who are engaged on the front lines of patient care!
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UM Medicine Chiefs Feb 2
AMR : 90% of LE ulcers are arterial/venous/neuropathic. If atypical of all 3, consider biopsy for w/u.
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Single Scalpel Jan 25
Residency is best described in the immortal words of Dickens: "It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."
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Queen's Chief Jan 25
In large population difference between ABG and VBG may be minimal but each individual pt may have sig diff b/w both tests
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Queen's Chief Jan 25
I think a little extreme, esp for trainees and juniors. I always ask for ABG over VBG if possible. thoughts?
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Queen's Chief Jan 20
Check out our newest post on EtOH Hepatitis from this .
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Ed Livingston Jan 12
Passive leg raising-best way to determine if someone will respond to a fluid bolus-how to do it 12:24 in the podacst
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QueensEM Jan 5
Handover is high risk procedure and we should treat it as such. Should practice in simulation and respect it when done in practice.
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Dr. Jena Hall Jan 5
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