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




9:00 – Pediatrics: Pulmonary – Woll
10:00 – Ultrasound – R.Liu
11:00 – PTP – R.A.Taylor
12:00 – M&M – M. Johnson
13:00 – Great Catch – B. Mohamed


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Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, April 19th beginning at 9:00 at the YCMS (728 Howard Avenue).




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Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, April 12th beginning at 9:00am at 464 Congress Avenue




9:00 – 11:15 – PGY3 Lecture – Renal Emergencies and the Dialysis Patient – J. Schoeneck – SIM Conference Room
9:00 – 11:15 – Journal Club – L. Caldwell – Main Conference Room
9:00 – 11:15 – PGY4 Lecture – Urological Emergencies – O. Felton – SIM Debriefing Room


11:30 – 14:00 – Toxicology AOC: HazMat – A. Tomassoni – SIM Debriefing Room
11:30 – 14:00 – Education/Simulation AOC – A. Tsyrulnik/A. Wong – Main Conference Room
11:30 – 14:00 – Critical Care AOC – C. Wira – SIM Conference Room
11:30 – 14:00 – Global Health AOC – H. Mowafi – Harkness Auditorium



Gynecology, Renal, and Urogenital


Hematuria, AKI, CKD/ESRD, Renal Transplant, Scrotal Pain, Penile disorders, UTI, Prostatitis, Fournier Gangrene : Chapters 117-125


Pelvic Pain, PID, Vaginal Bleeding, Vaginitis, Bartholin Gland Cyst/Abscess, Breast Masses, Sexual Assault : Chapters 129-135


Tetanus : Chapter 181


Pediatrics: Hematuria and Dysuria : Chapter 243


Pediatrics: Genitourinary Disorders : Chapter 287


Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, April 5th beginning at 9:00am in Harkness Auditorium.




9:00 – DART Lecture – K. Bechtel

10:00 – Pass the Pointer – J. Crosby

11:00 – Operations Hour 

12:00 – M&M – J. Nagurney

13:00 – Quiz (March Reading) – D. Della-Giustina







General Approach to Toxicology, Toxic Alcohols, Acetaminophen, Salicylates, NSAIDs, Opioids, Complications of IVDU : Chapters 295-306


Isoniazid, Organophosphates, Carbamates : Chapters 317-318


Antidysrhythmics, Local Anesthetics, Clonidine, Beta Blockers, Calcium Channel Blockers, Digoxin : Chapters 321-325


Iron : Chapter 333


Tricyclics, Dystonia, Lithium, MAOI, SSRIs/Serotonin Syndrome, Anticholinergics, Cocaine : Chapters 339-345


PCP, Ketamine, Amphetamines : Chapter 347-348


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I recently spent a month with our colleagues in the MICU. Our team placed a fair number of arterial lines and I picked up a few tips that I thought were worth sharing. We don’t place a-lines very often in the ED, but it’s worth considering if you’re going to be boarding a MICU patient who is in shock. Arterial lines can also be useful if your non-invasive cuff pressures seem unreliable or you’re giving vasoactive medications that benefit from careful titration based on BP (i.e. Nicardipine). If you find yourself placing an arterial line in the future, here are some troubleshooting tips to help you succeed.


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Congratulations to the Yale Emergency Medicine Residency Class of 2021. We’re thrilled to have matched such a strong and promising group of interns. Welcome to Yale!


Emergency Medicine Class of 2021


The Yale EM family is excited to welcome our 3rd class of PA residents! Congratulations Miro and Manny!


PA Residency Class of 2018


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