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Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine advances the field of emergency medicine through research, innovation and education.
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StanfordEM 2h
. is doing amazing work with VR!
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Design Thinking has 5 classic steps: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test. How can this guide innovative EM ? and discuss in a new article:
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Newly promoted to Associate Vice Chair: Dr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai who helped create our in-ED program; and Dr. Prasha Govindarajan a leader in early detection of stroke in prehosp settings.
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StanfordEM Jun 21
We're gearing up for 2019-2020 w/ speakers from all over the country. On 7/10 Tarlan Hedayati of Rush Univ speaks to Gender Differences in Acute Coronary Syndrome. Time & locations announced here week of. Full 2019-20 lineup at
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Michael Gisondi, MD Jun 20
A trio of physician authors from here in Boston for !
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StanfordEM Jun 20
A simple decision rule (non-shockable rhythm, unwitnessed arrest, age ≥ 80) IDs arrests for which resuscitation is futile, according to a just-released study from Nancy Glober, , Greg Gilbert, David Kim et al. !
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Wil Gibb, MD Jun 19
First conference has me feeling excited for these next four years. Started off with an awesome lecture workshop by followed by high-yield reviews of neonatal and pediatric neurosurgical emergencies by and Dr. Gerald Grant
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al’ai alvarez Jun 19
Dr. Grant, Chief of in between OR cases to share some pearls with . Pt's w shunt complaining of headache/lethargy. Most common cause? UTI/dehydration. Not shunt failure. But must be always be vigilant for shunt malfx.
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StanfordEM Jun 19
For the very first time following our switch to a 4-year residency program, 4 resident classes gathered together for this morning. More info on our program at
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 19
A sick neonate is always scary. breaks it down for us . Ddx lethargic newborn: -Low blood glucose -Metabolic -Jaundice -Sepsis -Cardiac
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StanfordEM Jun 18
. set out to study EM systems in India but found that stats on female burn victims - including a 90% mortality rate - also point to the need for gender-based violence support services. Read more:
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StanfordEM Jun 17
Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki - elected Cal/AAEM Vice President and Dr. Colin Michaels elected as a Cal/AAEM at-Large Board Member! More at
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StanfordEM Jun 17
A warm welcome to the 15 incredible individuals comprising residency class of 2023! If you have any tips for them as they begin their 4-year journey, please share in comments!
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StanfordEM Jun 15
. is a proud Foundation Sponsor of the FeminEM Idea Exchange and and will be presenting! Have you registered yet for Sept. 15-17?
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StanfordEM Jun 14
Dr. Eli Carrillo and resident Onur Yenigun pause during their Urban Search and Rescue Med. Specialist course to take a quick picture.
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StanfordEM Jun 13
A new study from , a leader in , suggests that overcrowding is not the key factor influencing safety on Half Dome. Read more at
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StanfordEM Jun 12
Thank you to for an amazing on how EM physicians can impact !
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StanfordEM Jun 12
We can’t wait to welcome Dr. Miller!
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Michael Gisondi, MD Jun 9
I love this new blog series by ( of ) on Breaking up with Your Notifications (that are Breaking Up Your Day) – Medutopia | Blog
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