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International collaboration to promote emergency medicine and provide free educational resources for undergraduate trainees and teachers/educators.
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iem-student Jun 15
🇰🇷 Korean friends showed how a congress should be done and set the bar too high which means next congresses should be better to reach same level of collaboration, professionalism and responsibility. thank you! 🙏🙏🙏 it was a great experience
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iem-student Jun 14
Want to be a contributor and part of the amazing group of 156 colleagues from 24 countries? do you have a passion to teach and your experiences? help to EM around the globe with us.
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iem-student Jun 14
A 57-year-old man fell from a height comes with neck pain
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Rick Pescatore, DO Jun 13
Rizzy Powder (used to dye flowers for centerpieces) causing skin necrosis in adulterated heroin:
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ACEP Members Jun 13
Congratulations to ACEP member Dr. Jim Holliman, former IFEM President, who was honored with the Lifetime Leadership Achievement Award at the 2019 International Conference on Emergency Medicine in Seoul, Korea this week. Thanks for all you do, Dr. Holliman!
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Manrique Umana McDermott Jun 13
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iem-student Jun 13
Again wellness! A reminder!
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iem-student Jun 13
How is your US training going?
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iem-student Jun 12
Congrats to all awardees.
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iem-student Jun 12
We are at , if you feel responsible to help promoting emergency medicine and improve undergraduate EM education around the globe, you can help our global initiative. Just check and send a message to us. We would like to meet and chat.
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iem-student Jun 12
From the heart of international emergency medicine conference
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iem-student Jun 12
Basic Transthoracic Echocardiographic Imaging
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iem-student Jun 11
How is your clerkship doing? This is Ethiopian experience. by Temesgen Beyene
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iem-student Jun 11
Need guidance? by John A. Lee
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iem-student Jun 11
Want to be a contributor and part of the amazing group of 156 colleagues from 24 countries? do you have a passion to teach and your experiences? help to EM around the globe with us.
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Anand Swaminathan Jun 10
Brilliant post on re-prioritizing our approach to trauma resuscitation w/ primary focus on hemorrhage control + volume w/ de-emphasis of airway
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Manrique Umana McDermott Jun 10
Brilliant! “: emoji toxicology: can’t say precisely how accurate this table is, but every critical care book is required to have one (by law)
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SAEM Online Jun 10
"Tips for Using Simulation for Medical Students" Article from the May-June issue of SAEM Pulse. Read it in its entirety:
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Blair Graham Jun 10
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iem-student Jun 10
Yes, simple, sinus tachycardia! But, a lot to think!
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