The completely revamped EM survival guide is here thanks to the hard work of
You can find it here in the link above, on DocLauncher on your mobile device, or under the drop-down menu under “Residents.” You will need your Yale netID to access it as it has contact information including internal phone numbers.
If you are interested in adding to this valuable project, or updating information, please email Warren Perry, or drop a comment here at yaleem.org.
Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, June 24th at 464 Congress beginning at 9:00am. Breakfast will be served.
|9:00am||Journal Club: A. Fib. Management||Baloescu, Nagurney, and Bonz|
|Cardiovascular Disasters in Pregnancy||Tsyrulnik|
|GI Vascular Emergencies||Harrison|
|11:15am||Update from Residency Leadership||DDG et al.|
|11:45am||PGY4 Talk||von Reinhart|
|PGY 3 Talk||Umeh|
|Restraints in the ED||Hayward|
Journal Club Articles:
Classic: Van Gelder, I. C., Groenveld, H. F., Crijns, H. J. et al. Lenient versus strict rate control in patients with atrial fibrillation. N Engl J Med [serial online]. 2010; 362: (15), 1363-1373. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&dopt=Citation&list_uids=20231232.
Current: Scheuermeyer, F. X., Pourvali, R., Rowe, B. H. et al. Emergency Department Patients With Atrial Fibrillation or Flutter and an Acute Underlying Medical Illness May Not Benefit From Attempts to Control Rate or Rhythm. Ann Emerg Med [serial online]. 2015; 65: (5), 511-522.e2. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&dopt=Citation&list_uids=25441768.
When the pioneers of Emergency Medicine were pushing to have the specialty formally recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties, they had to prove that the knowledge and skill set needed to be a proficient EM provider was unique to the field–not taught, researched, or practiced by other specialties. Their hard work not only resulted in the recognition of EM as a medical specialty in 1979, but also solidified this knowledge base and jumpstarted research in EM. As a result, we as current EM residents have more learning tools than we can possibly use. So where to start?
Dr. Lori Post addressed the Women’s United Nations Report Network (WUNRN) at their meeting entitled, “Political Will & Public Will – Fine Tuning for Gender Advocacy,” where she presented on, “Witches, Widows, and Weddings: A Political and Public Will Framework to Address Human Rights Violations.”
Congratulations to Dr. Lori Post on this incredible honor!
Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, June 24th in Harkness Auditorium beginning at 9:00am. Breakfast will be served.
|11:00am||Pass the Pointer||Chris Moore|
Six residents, mid-levels, and attendings in the Yale-New Haven Emergency Department were recognized in April by patients in written letters and surveys to the hospital.
Iris Chandler, MD (PGY-1)
Lei Chen, MD
Amy Glick, APRN
Nir Harish, MD
Jessica Lockel, PA
Karen Santucci, MD
Dr. Kennedy Hall, our senior ultrasound fellow, and the Section of Emergency Ultrasound recently published on the 5E’s of focused emergency echocardiography. Life in the Fast Lane, an emergency medicine FOAM/FOAMed (Free, Open Access Medical Education) website featured the article in their most recent “Research and Reviews in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care” post. Congratulations to the authors on this recognition and hopefully this deserved attention will help disseminate this incredibly useful skill set.