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Emergency Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan
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CanadiEM Jul 18
Back to the basics! The latest on CanadiEM is an approach to asthma in the ED:
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CanadiEM Jul 17
The latest podcast from discusses pathology of the small intestine:
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CanadiEM Jul 12
Toxicology can be tough for Jr learners, but we've got you covered with a basic, practical approach to toxicology!
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CJEM Intern Jul 10
Emergency Departments should be leaders in aboriginal care and cultural safety practices:
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CJEM Intern Jul 5
Write or review qualitative research? Journal suggestions, quality markers, quality checklists:
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Daniel Ting Jun 27
Core competencies for trainees, developed by national working group.
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Paul Olszynski Jun 20
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Paul Olszynski Jun 16
Worked w/ scribe today 4 our study. Remarkable impact on time spent with patients - regained breathing room currently lost to
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sasksonic Jun 6
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edus2 Jun 6
It sure does! Simulation study using edus2 assessing diagnostic accuracy in trauma.
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CanadiEM Jun 6
The CanadiEM Junior Editor Program is accepting applications! Details here and on the poster at the Conf!
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Jane Smith Jun 4
Murphy beside his ER research poster in Whistler at the CAEP conference. Presenter Dr Lindsey Broberg. 😀
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Jane Smith Jun 5
Thanks CAEP. Hoping other ERs in country set up similar programs. Star Murphy and
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CanadiEM Jun 5
. covers Rosen's Chapter 83 - infective endocarditis and valvular disease:
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Eddy Lang Jun 3
Agree with our recommendations? Have your say:
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Alim Pardhan Jun 3
Survey on KT Recommendations from Academic Symposium
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Brent Thoma Jun 3
What do you think of the recommendations for KT in the ED? Did we miss something? Could they be better?
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TeeDee Jun 3
No marketing to kids (targeting)=lowest obesity rate in kids. Stop the junk-food pushers from pressuring your kids every day.
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Brent Thoma Jun 3
Help! We're presenting 10 recommendations for ED KT at & need input. Details Help us
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Brent Thoma Jun 3
The Symposium's recommendations for KT in the ED! More info here: Weigh in here
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