In-Service Review

Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, January 25th beginning at 9:00am in TAC.

 

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9:00 – 11:30 – ED GYN Complaints – D. Wood – TAC 205
9:00 – 11:30 – Journal Club – S. Marko, T. Melnick – TAC 207
9:00 – 11:30 – In Service Review – J. Bod – TAC 209

 

11:30 – 14:00 – The Trached Patient– O. Kovalerchik – TAC 205
11:30 – 14:00 – Smorgasbord Review – F. Moore – TAC 207
11:30 – 14:00 – Bedside Approach to the Domestic Violence Patient: SANE Kit – R. Harrison, T. Donovan – TAC 209

 

This is Resident Wellness Week so please join us at

464 Congress Ave. after lectures for lunch and cake.

 

Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, February 10th in Harkness Auditorium beginning at 9:00am. Breakfast will be served.
 


 

Map: How the Ebola Outbreak Spread through Africa taken from (a href=”www.pbs.org”>PBS.org

 
9am – Operations Update – Dr. Parwani
10am – Trauma Review – Dr. Marcolini
11am – Surviving the Ebola Epidemic – Dr. Ireland
12pm – Thoracic Emergencies – Dr. Boffa
1pm – M&M – Dr. Binford
 
Dr. Philip Ireland is a Liberian physician who practices in the emergency department of JFK hospital in Liberia. He was the preceptor for students and residents from Yale rotating to JFK Emergency until the outbreak of Ebola.
 
He both cared for Ebola patients as well as contracted the illness himself while providing that service. He was the only physician from his group to survive the illness. Dr Ireland was profiled in TIME magazine as one of the Ebola Fighters.
 
We have Phil here for a few weeks doing some training with our department as part of an EM teaching immersion program. He will be sharing an inspiring story with us this week at conference about front-line emergency care in the heart of the Ebola crisis.
 
He details both the overall crisis as well as his personal journey to the edge of death and back after contracting Ebola. I had the privilege of hearing him present a version of this story to the medical school and he does so with feeling, humor and humility. It’s a talk you WON’T want to miss.

Last week’s review lecture on pulmonary conditions is now posted here: 2015 Pulmonology Review.

 

The rest of the In-Service Review Archive can by found here: Yale EM In-Service Review Series.

While the In-Service Exam isn’t until February 25, we thought we would start to put together some in-house resources to help folks get ready. Keep checking yaleem.org for updates and check-out the In-Service Review Resources tab under Residents for a complete list as well.

A Review by Dr. Douglas Bernstein, Class of 2014.
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