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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural
Remember to be skeptical of anything you learn, even if you heard it on the Skeptics’ Guide to EM.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 17m
You may say I’m a dreamer...but I’m not the only one (Right Care Alliance and Lown Institute). I hope some day you will join us and the world will be healthy.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 27m
Let's try to get patients the right care. Not to much but also not too little.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 1h
Did you notice that #1 was patient-centred and #2 was holistic? We care about what the patients' values/preferences are and treat the whole patient.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 1h
RCA emergency medicine top 10 list
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 1h
Two overriding principles of the EM RCA top 10 list
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 1h
Criteria used to select the RCA top 10 items - I really like #1
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Guiding principles to the RCA top 10 List
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
Dr. Hoffman from was an author of this article discussing patients getting the right care.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
et al. Bringing value, balance and humanity to the emergency department: The Right Care Top 10 for emergency medicine. EMJ 2019
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
There is an emergency medicine section of the RCA that developed a list of 10 items of interventions that are overused but also others that need to be used more widely. This is the SGEM Xtra episode of that list.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
From the Lown Institute the RCA was created. It's a grassroots coalition of clinicians, patients, and community members organizing to make health care institutions accountable to communities and put patients, not profits, at the heart of health care
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
There is also the . It is a nonpartisan think tank advocating bold ideas for a just and caring system for health.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
There is the Choosing Wisely initiative from . Great program started a number of years ago to help with over-testing, over-diagnosing and over-treating.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 2h
Sharing dessert with the staff.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 3h
Replying to @CanadianKayMD
I wish I wasn’t in this situation. Grief sucks but it is normal. It comes on like syncope for me. I’m triggered by something and then the tears start flowing. There is no way to prevent it once started. The wound is open, fresh and painful. I will be ok - eventually.
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Replying to @TheSGEM
Thank you friends for allowing me to grieve openly and have ugly man tears. This is all part a process of getting to a new normal. Your thoughts and kind gestures are helping heal my broken heart.
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 4h
Wearing this shirt under my scrubs today for my “little” brother, Scott Milne - The Canadian Moose. Miss you Scottie
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 6h
Replying to @akruglov @BigBoyler
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 15h
In areas its often just 2: nurse and doc.
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