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We are excited to announce the creation of a new PA/NP Residency Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital!

This 18-month program for graduates of accredited PA and FNP programs includes clinical rotations in our adult and pediatric emergency departments as well as didactics, simulation sessions, and off-service clinical rotations to enhance your knowledge base.

For additional information, please follow this link, check out our brochure, contact the program at 203-688-2352, or e-mail a member of the faculty:

Andrew Meiman, PA-C:  Andrew.meiman@ynhh.org

Kevin Burns, EMT-P, PA-C:  kevin.burns@yale.edu

Sharon Chekijian, MD:  Sharon.chekijian@yale.edu

ARDSNet was a practice-changing publication that has since been extended to ventilator management of patient who do not have ALI or ARDS, so use 6-8 mL/kg of predicted body weight when using volume AC.

 

There may be a link between depth of sedation in the first 48 hours after intubation and time to extubation and mortality, but if you cannot determine how depth of sedation is defined, nor what link there might be between RASS score and medications given, you cannot act upon the findings in the publication.

 

Go to the Yale Box for a full summary of last week’s journal club, and articles, on the management of ventilated, critically ill patients.

Emergency Medicine Lectures at Yale will be in Harkness Auditorium on Wednesday, December 17th beginning @ 9:00am.

 

Breakfast will be served.

 

Time Topic Moderator
9:00am Asking a Research Question: PICO and Other Methods Denise Hersey
10:00am Pass The Pointer Hall
11:00am Psych Powsner
12:00pm M&M Shafer
1:00pm The New Simulation Curriculum Evans & Dodge

The next Global Health Night will be December 16th, where we will be discussing topics in emergency medicine in austere settings.

WHEN: Tuesday, December 16th from 6:30pm – 8:30pm
WHERE: 360 State St., Screening Room on the 6th Floor
WHAT TO EXPECT: We will discuss two articles:
Yale Global Health Box
1) Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Low-Resource Settings
2) Burn Care in Disaster and Other Austere Settings

 

This discussion will be followed by an open forum during which we can talk about working abroad and how you can get involved in Global Health during residency.

 

We are very fortunate to have to two great guest physicians joining us: Dr. Doruk Ozgediz is an Assistant Professor in Pediatric Surgery with extensive experience working in Uganda and other low resource settings, and Dr. Jeremy Schwartz is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Yale and has done a lot of work on non-communicable disease in low- and middle-income countries.

 

WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU: We’re looking for two residents who are willing to dig into these articles and lead the discussion. Tanja Zanin will help with this.

 

Also, please RSVP to Tanja ASAP if you are interested so we are able to get head count in order to know how much food to bring.

 

UPDATE! Emergency Medicine Lectures at Yale will start in the TAC building in rooms N205, 207, 209 on Wednesday, December 10th beginning @ 9:00am. At 11:30am, conference will move to 464 Congress Avenue.

 

Breakfast will be served.

 

 

Time Topic Moderator Location
9:00am
Small Group
Sessions
Simulation Simulation Faculty TAC 2nd floor classrooms
PGY 4 Lecture: Diseases of the Esophagus and Liver, and SBP Dashevsky
Journal Club: Intubation and Sedation Van Ooteghem

11:10am Direct Medical Oversight Medoro 464 Congress
Main Conference Room

12:20pm
Small Group
Sessions
Radio Cases Medoro & Burns 464 Congress Avenue
Case Discussions Carter & Cone

 

Use the link above to access both journal club articles via Yale Box using your netID login, or use the links below to download them from their parent journals:

Classic Article: The ARDS Network. Ventilation with lower tidal volumes as compared with traditional tidal volumes for acute lung injury. N. Engl. J. Med. 2000;342(18):1301-1308. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22859526.

 

Current Article: Shehabi Y, Bellomo R, Reade MC, et al. Early intensive care sedation predicts long-term mortality in ventilated critically ill patients. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2012;186(8):724-31. doi:10.1164/rccm.201203-0522OC.

Congratulations to our stellar PGY2 Erik Fisher who has been named the Nov 2014 Yale EM Resident of the Month (and also winning member of CCEP Jeopardy team)!

 

EFisher

Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, December 3rd in Harkness Auditorium @ 9:00am.

 

Breakfast will be served.

  

3-Dec

9:00am

Back to the Bedside

Melnick

10:00am

PTP

 US Faculty

11:00am

Headaches

Christopher Gottschalk

12:00pm

M&M

Dashevsky

1:00pm

Great catches

Tantillo

 

 

 

Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, November 26th in Harkness Auditorium @ 9:00am.

 

Breakfast will be served.

  

26-Nov

9:00am

Peds: EMS/Admin/Legal

Walsh

10:00am – 1:00pm

CPC:

1:00 – 2:00pm

M&M

Tantillo

 

Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, November 19th beginning at 464 Congress Avenue @ 9:00am for Small Groups.  The CPC will be held in Harkness Auditorium (11:30am – 2:00pm)

 

Breakfast will be served.

  

19-Nov

9:00am

Small grp sim

 

 

Small grp – PGY 4 -oral & dental emergencies

Omer

 

Small grp – JC

Buckingham

11:30am – 2:00pm

CPC

 

 

 

The CCEP will be in place of Emergency Medicine Lectures on Wednesday, November 12th beginning @ 7:00amat the Sheraton Hartford South located on 100 Capital Blvd., Rocky Hill, CT.

 

*All residents attending have been registered*

 

7:00 – 7:45am:  Registration/Breakfast/Exhibits

7:45 – 8:00am:  Welcome and Introductions (Conference Begins)

 

Directions

[if !supportLists]·         [endif]I-95N to I-91N towards Hartford.  Take Exit 23, West Street – Rocky Hill.  At end of ramp turn right.  At light turn right.

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