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Andrew Liteplo Feb 18
When you need the ultrasound in an exact location.
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Wake EM Feb 7
Guest speaker, Dr. Jo Shapiro from Brigham Women's, points out that institutional culture is powerful. A negative culture undermines the best strategy. Culture must align with goals & values, it starts w/ leadership & it must triumph at every level. To our leaders - Thank you!
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Wake EM Feb 7
Wake Forest Baptist Health prioritizes physician wellness & supportive working/learning environments. Peer support initiative led by Cormac O'Donovan reminds us that we are all in this together.
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Wake EM Feb 3
~3% older adults w/ syncope have serious cardiac arrhythmia not recognized on initial ED evaluation. Specific abnormalities on initial ED ECG increased risk for 30-day serious cardiac arrhythmias.
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Wake EM Feb 3
Have you seen “ECG Predictors of Cardiac Arrhythmias in Older Adults With Syncope” co-authored by Wake Forest EM's Dr. Bret Nicks? Annals of Emergency Medicine
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Seth C. Hawkins Feb 1
Cool! Two of my 2017 articles made nominee list: June’s dry/2ndary drowning myth (w/ & ) and July’s (w/ & Simon)!
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Wake EM Feb 1
New article on “Prehosp Administration of Epi in Ped Anaphylaxis” co-authored by Wake Forest EM Drs. Hiestand & Winslow, in Prehosp Emergency Care. Missed opportunities included young children w/ anaphylaxis (increased odds for not receiving prehosp Epi)
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Wake EM Jan 30
Authors worked to standardize assessment practices, and develop a common, valid, specialty-specific tool for EM educators and students. Check it out here:
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Wake EM Jan 30
New publication co-authored by Wake Forest EM's Dr. David Manthey about “The National Clinical Assessment Tool for Medical Students in the Emergency Department (NCAT-EM)” in Western Journal of EM.
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wizard_of_Obs Jan 29
Data from NC Dept of Health. Yes, that's a lot of flu.
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Wake EM Jan 28
HEART score had 94% sens & 98% NPV for MACE at 30d. Next step: investigate the best way for prehospital providers to use modified HEART score in the field.
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Wake EM Jan 28
New article in Prehospital & Disaster Medicine by Wake EM's Drs. Stopyra, Winslow, Mahler, Nelson, Miller, Alson, Davis, Harper on "Modified HEART Score Predictive of 30-Day Adverse Cardiac Events”.
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Casey Glass Jan 22
And where did this boss learn to deliver babies? Wake Forest SOM.
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App Mtn Rescue Team Jan 12
Profile of new wilderness EMS book edited by our Chief Seth Hawkins and co-authored by team members Corey Winstead, Bryan Simon, and Chris Davis.
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Casey Glass Jan 12
Students this is a one of a kind rotation - there’s nothing else like it in the country.
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Carolina WEMS Extern Jan 12
Applications for our 2018 Carolina Wilderness EMS Externship rotation are now available at ! Applications will be accepted from now until April 1. Please spread the word!
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AAEM Jan 10
Dr. Rodgers’ Last Lessons: reflections after the death of a mentor
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EM Residents (EMRA) Jan 6
NEW! Health Policy Journal Club evaluates HIE in the ED.
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RAW Medicine Jan 4
As record cold temperatures descend on the US, check out our newest episode on hypothermia! & talk cold injury management, challenging some common beliefs along the way. Available now!
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Casey Glass Dec 22
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