Because physicians, nurses, and other clinicians are trained to care for individuals, the shift from patient-centered practice to patient care guided by public health considerations creates great tension, especially for […]
How do you use the chest x-ray during the evaluation of a suspected COVID19 patient? Our practice has been all over the map as we learn about the clinical course […]
Don’t just think fever and respiratory symptoms. We are seeing COVID19 patients that have a predominantly cardiac presentation: palpitations, arrhythmias, reduced cardiac function, myocarditis and elevated troponin. #covidresus Cardiac symptoms […]
Personal protective equipment (PPE), is only a single part of a diligent and comprehensive plan for personal safety. This post will cover the best evidence on PPE for protection against […]
Build an effective strategy for preventing hypoxia during intubation This topic is so important in airway management that #NoDesat has become a trending meme on Twitter. You can be an average […]
Searching for the heart of medical education What role does inspiration play in the life of the physician, and how essential is it in healthcare, continuing education, and physician […]
Build a more successful approach to problem-solving during laryngoscopy Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result may be the definition of insanity, but attempting […]
The EMBER Project is dedicated to supporting the next generation of physician educators and cultivating an ethos that encourages them to design new ways to share their knowledge. My friend […]
Approaching Zero Interruption CPR Building Better Cardiac Arrest Care – Part 4 By now it should be clear that many of the innovations in delivering cardiac arrest care revolve around […]
High quality chest compressions. What they are and how to get them in the age of physiology-driven cardiac arrest care.
Building Better Cardiac Arrest Care – Part 2 Introduction For […]
How to find a better path to vital cognitive space within a resuscitation.
Resuscitate before you intubate! Part of the Protected Airway Series Your in the driver’s seat, cruising down the fast lane towards your next intubation in the Emergency Department. But before you […]
Download, bookmark, aggregate, follow & create for a happy new year! The holidays are over and with it 2015 is coming to a close. One of the missions of the […]
Have you noticed a change in your airway box?
Maintaining your learning stream (your customized flow of educational content) is a key part of being an effective lifelong learner. Even in the age of FOAM the center of your […]