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The Yale-New Haven Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program offers exceptional training preparing academically-oriented leaders in EM. Not medical advice.
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yaleEM Oct 11
We ❤️ our nurses.
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yaleEM Oct 11
Thinking about how to improve transitions of care during conference today. Thanks to our own Mike Piy Leahcim,...
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yaleEM Oct 9
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yaleEM Oct 6
We're very lucky to have such powerful women recognized at the Feminem conference! Thank you, and all the...
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yaleEM Sep 28
Everyone enjoyed the meeting! Thank you Connecticut College of Emergency Physicians! Congratulations Dr. James...
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yaleEM Sep 22
Sending a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Rachel Solnick and Dr. Basmah Safdar for a big achievement, winning an...
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yaleEM Aug 30
Our fantastic Chiefs are also great chefs! Cooking up delicious breakfast for our wellness retreat
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yaleEM Aug 18
Monday's eclipse is a historic event. Check out this picture from YNHH in 1925 of the last one!
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yaleEM Jul 12
The Wilderness AoC learning how to triangulate their location at the top of East Rock Park!
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yaleEM Jun 29
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yaleEM Jun 29
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yaleEM Jun 20
Congrats to who was recently elected to the AAEM Board of Directors! .
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yaleEM Jun 20
Check out our fresh interns polishing up their suturing skills!
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yaleEM Jun 19
Thank you for being so incredibly awesome, dear graduating class of 2017!! We will miss those of you going to...
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yaleEM Jun 14
The Department of Emergency Medicine celebrated the 8th Annual Global Health Day today. Residents shared their...
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yaleEM Jun 12
Congratulations Dr. Jessica Singh and Dr. Kate Hawk!!!! Each have been awarded a grant from EMF, a competitive...
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yaleEM Jun 10
Please join us in welcoming our new interns!
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yaleEM Jun 7
Jennifer Roh's research on suggests clinicians overestimate performance on getting blood cultures by 40%
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yaleEM Jun 7
Ogonna Felton's research suggests T wave inversions on baseline; QTc prolongations on serial ecg are predictive of coronary microvasc dysfx
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yaleEM Jun 7
Real talk from the ED: Everyday 28 people in the US die in an alcohol related car crash.
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