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At the forefront of Emergency Medicine: excellence in education, research & clinical care. At the heart of patient care: Parnassus, ZSFGH, Mission Bay & Fresno.
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Hemal Kanzaria Jan 31
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UCSF Emergency Med Jan 8
UCSF DEM study finds recent frequent ED use predicts both short and longer term mortality!
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UCSF Emergency Med Jan 3
Want to help save lives in Tanzania? Donate today to support the Basic Emergency Care (BEC) course that will provide emergency care training to health care workers there. US donations are tax deductible! @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med Dec 18
Learning basic life-saving skills improves patient survival in low-resource settings. Donate to support the Basic Emergency Care (BEC) course that provides emergency care training to healthcare workers in Tanzania: @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med Dec 10
24 million people die from emergency conditions in low resource settings. Donate today at to support emergency care training to health care workers in Tanzania and stop this epidemic. US donations are tax deductible! @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med 3 Dec 18
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UCSF Emergency Med 15 Nov 18
Congratulations Dr. Ingrid Lim, Volunteer Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, recipient of the 2018 Charlotte Baer Memorial Award from the UCSF Volunteer Faculty Advisory Board.
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UCSF Emergency Med 15 Nov 18
Help us and our Tanzanian colleagues provide training to healthcare workers through the WHO Basic Emergency Care Course. Donate now! @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med 14 Nov 18
Congratulations to our UCSF+SFGH Team who won the mixed gender section of Ragnar on Nov. 4, 2018. This is a 200-mile 25-hour relay race going from SF to Napa Valley. Our team of 12 included ED residents, nurses, alumni, pharmacist and fellow and placed first out of 170 teams!
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UCSF Emergency Med 31 Oct 18
UCSF DEM congratulates Drs. Ingrid Lim (Kaiser SF VCF, 2018 Charlotte Baer Memorial Award), Nicolaus Glomb (Maxine Papadakis Award for Faculty Professionalism and Respect), and Toff Peabody (Bridges Curriculum Outstanding Coach)
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UCSF Emergency Med 29 Oct 18
With your donation, you can help us and our Tanzanian colleagues teach hospital workers how to save lives in emergencies. Donate now at: @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med 29 Oct 18
Congrats to Dr. Cortlyn Brown (UCSF-ZSFG EM R3) on receiving the Chancellor Award for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership!
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UCSF Emergency Med 16 Oct 18
Want to help save lives in Tanzania? Donate today to support the Basic Emergency Care (BEC) course that will provide emergency care training to health care workers there. Link to UCSF crowdfunding page: @InfoAfem
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UCSF Emergency Med 15 Oct 18
New job opportunity for Research Manager position at UCSF's Department of Emergency Medicine. Apply today to join our research division!
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UCSF Emergency Med 10 Oct 18
Donate now to help us and our colleagues in Tanzania provide emergency care training to healthcare workers there to save lives. Visit our UCSF crowdfunding campaign page to learn more and donate! Link:
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UCSF Emergency Med 17 Aug 18
and eloquently discuss How Business and Technology Firms Can Improve Population Health
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UCSF Surgery 3 Aug 18
NYTimes reports on new research by of & of tracking injuries at Zuckerberg SFGH ER attributable to influx of new generation of "just-in-time" vehicles such as shared @
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Ted Melnick 19 Jun 18
Patients want to be involved in emergency medical decisions. Nice work .
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UCSF Emergency Med 7 Mar 18
Dr. Teri Reynolds in the news: Getting Care to Those Who Need It, and Fast
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UCSF Emergency Med 26 Feb 18
Cardiovascular emergencies uncommonly missed but diagnostic improvement has plateaued.
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