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Dept. of EM, uOttawa, @ TOH. (posts by Drs. Hans Rosenberg/Shahbaz Syed) Not medical advice. Not official corporate page for TOH.
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Samantha Van Maarjoleine Feb 22
While the number unfortunately rises, we should be forever grateful for for advocating and managing the TOH SAP.
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EM Ottawa Feb 22
While it is a reality we would rather not face, the active shooter in a hospital is something we need to be prepared for. On this week's grand rounds post, Dr. takes us through the approach to the Code Silver (or, active shooter):
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EM Ottawa Feb 22
via : Dr continues to advocate for more resources for the TOH sexual assault program, as unfortunately, the number of patients requiring the service continues to rise.
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CAEP Feb 22
Announcing the new executive. Jeff Perry (Laurie Morrison) Gary Joubert Kerstin de Wit Justin Yan (London), Kelly Wyatt (CAEP), Shanna Scarrow (CAEP), Venkatesh Thiruganasambandamoorthy
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Shelley McLeod Feb 21
Awesome to hear all the progress being made in Canadian EM research at
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EM Ottawa Feb 21
Way back Wednesday! Dr. provides a great summary (and reminder) of the new Sepsis 3 definitions, and some of the current trends in sepsis care:
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Dr Jason Frank Feb 19
...Chosen by the team: Nousiainen et al's program outcomes & the criticism paper by Boyd et al. Should be interesting.
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Dr Jason Frank Feb 19
Hey Ottawa community, a reminder of our special themed journal club Tuesday evening chez nous in honour of visiting professor Richard Reznick! Don’t miss it!
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Manpreet Singh Feb 19
LITFL Review 319 out now - - Highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peeks and loudest shout-outs in via LITFL Review Team
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Kaif Pardhan Feb 16
For those with an interest and online learning - consider applying!!
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TOH Trauma Services Feb 16
Registration now open for our 16th Annual Trauma Conference. Exciting programming, keynote on THC legalization, case studies and more! April 10th is coming quick!
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Nina Nguyen Feb 15
Thought-provoking by starts with real, difficult talks: the myth of perfection in medicine, self-shaming for "failing" to be perfect, losing friends to suicide early in her career...
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EM Ottawa Feb 15
For our grand rounds post this week, Dr. Matthew Lipinski provides an evidence based (and in-depth look) into arrhythmias that are commonly seen in the ED, and some ways that we can improve and optimize our care of patients:
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Michael Woo Feb 15
Dr Sara Gray giving grand rounds to “owning your mistakes is a power move” Awesome rounds!
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George Mastoras, MD Feb 15
Dr Sara Gray crushing Grand Rounds on Failure in Medicine and . Pictured: importance of practicing self-compassion.
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alan drummond Feb 14
For what it’s worth I have taken the measure of and I think he has a proven track record of successful advocacy and would be a wonderful President of the . I am voting for him and I encourage people to consider him seriously. Above all VOTE!
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TOH Trauma Services Feb 14
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EM Ottawa Feb 14
Thrilled to have Dr Sara Gray as visiting professor speaker tomorrow. The topic is her much lauded talk "Failing Better" on physician mistakes and how to recover from these difficult situations. Rounds will be live online @ 9am (password req'd).
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George Mastoras, MD Feb 14
These rounds were 👌👌👌
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EM Ottawa Feb 14
Way back Wednesday! With all this chatter about the ATLS update (), we thought we'd bring back 's grand rounds on (the futility of) spinal immobilization:
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