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Ambrose Wong
Emergency Physician, Simulation/ Educator interested in and preventing . Director of Sim Research
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EMN #WearAMask Oct 9
Strategies for mitigating the need for restraints in the ED come in different forms, and there is one that works for each ED, from forming interdisciplinary response teams to simply setting aside physical spaces to calm agitated patients
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Ambrose Wong Oct 2
for patients receiving restraint in the emergency department, but keeping our safe is also critical. We need to find ways to keep patients and staff safe. Thank you and for discussing our work and an understudied topic.
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Kathryn Hawk Oct 2
Great article in EM News highlighting the important work on restraint use int he ED by @ team at
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Ambrose Wong Aug 11
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Megan Ranney MD MPH 🗽 Jul 13
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Ambrose Wong Jul 1
We are proud at of our graduating Thomas Yang, who will be staying on as one of our faculty! He stepped up during COVID-19 and was instrumental in keeping simulation alive for our learners despite social distancing & lockdown.
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Susan Eller 💦🧼✋🏻🤚🏻🛑🦠 Jun 17
"The number of publications you have ought not to be as important as who you have included and the doors you have opened".
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Ben Miller Jun 12
"Strategies to counteract stressors and challenges during this outbreak will continue to evolve, but efforts to improve well-being and ensure our needs are met are rooted in psychological principles that remain unchanged."
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Ambrose Wong Jun 11
Replying to @tmprowell
We apply Maslow's hierarchy of needs to organize individual and administrative strategies, and every level has to be addressed appropriately.
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Ambrose Wong Jun 11
Replying to @ambrosehwong
We apply Maslow's hierarchy of needs to organize individual and administrative strategies, and every level has to be addressed appropriately.
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Ambrose Wong Jun 11
We apply Maslow's hierarchy of needs to organize individual and administrative strategies, and every level has to be addressed appropriately.
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Ambrose Wong Jun 11
Love this idea. Do you have any tips for/examples of this type of integration in practice?
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Bernard P. Chang MD PhD Jun 11
The adage “physician heal thyself” resonates during . How can we protect our patients as we struggle to protect ourselves? Our editorial in . 🙏
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Ambrose Wong Jun 11
Our editorial "Healing the Healer" is published today in . We offer ways to support & prevent for during . Thanks for making a great team. Open access article here:
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Ambrose Wong Jun 8
Replying to @yaleem2 @YaleMed @YNHH
Welcome to ! We are thrilled to have you join the family.
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yaleEM Jun 5
Yale EM residents providing first aid and marching with
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SAEM Online May 30
Register Now for the FREE Simulation Mentor Mixer: "How to Sim in a Pandemic" on June 2 at 4 PM CT.
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Ambrose Wong May 26
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Bernard P. Chang MD PhD May 26
is affecting care for all our patients, particularly in behavioral health. Our piece in 👇talks about unique challenges managing agitation during this pandemic
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Ambrose Wong May 25
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