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In this episode of EM Match Advice, our new host, Dr. Sara Krzyzaniak (Stanford University), already has her finger on the pulse on the 2022-23 EM residency application season. Hot off the presses, the Council of EM Residency Directors just released its Standardized Letter of Evaluation (SLOE). We are honored to have CDEM president, Dr. Sharon Bord…
 
Guest: Edward Jauch MD, MS (Chief of System Research, Mission Health System, Asheville, NC) Host: Jason Woods MD References: Jauch EC, Cucchiara B, Adeoye O, Meurer W, Brice J, Chan YY, Gentile N, Hazinski MF. Part 11: adult stroke: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circu…
 
This episode is a rapid fire review of litigation issues surrounding the provision of (or lack of provision of) tPA for stroke. Guests:Latha Ganti, MD, MS, MBAProfessor of Emergency Medicine & Neurology ,University of Central Florida College of Medicine Joshua N. Goldstein MD, PhDProfessor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School Host: Jason W…
 
Guest: Adam Oostema, MD MS FACEP (Associate Professor of EM, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine) Host: Jason Woods MD Select References: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke rt-PA Stroke Study Group. Tissue plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke. N Engl J Med. 1995 Dec 14;333(24):1581-7. doi: 10.1056/NEJ…
 
In this episode of EM Match Advice, our panel tackles the hot topic of making your rank list for residency match, which includes the shocking news of so many SOAP positions this year (over 200!) as well as the upcoming preference signaling being employed in the 2022-23 Match season. In this podcast, Dr. Mike Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin host an all…
 
Join us in the sixth installment of ALiEM's The Leader's Library, which is a professional development book club for health professionals. Led by Dr. Dina Wallin and a team of renowned educators, the featured book is New Rules of Work: The Muse Playbook for Navigating the Modern Workplace by Alexandra Cavoulacos and Kathryn Minshew. Come sign up! ht…
 
In this episode from ACEP E-QUAL, we feature Dr. Jeanmarie Perrone (@JMPerroneMD), Professor of Emergency Medicine and the Director of the Center for Addiction Medicine and Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. Host: Jason Woods, MDSound Engineer: Kellen VuAcademic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
In this episode from ACEP E-QUAL, Dr. Bill Soares is an Associate Professor of EM and Director of Harm Reduction Services in the Deptartment of Emergency Medicine at Bay State Medical Center. He also serves as a Fellow at the Institute of Health Care Delivery and Population Science at the University of Massachusetts Chan School of Medicine. Host: J…
 
In this episode of EM Match Advice, our panel tackles the hot topic of making your rank list for residency match, which includes "love letters" to programs and second look visits. In this podcast, Dr. Mike Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin host an esteemed panel of 3 program directors, Dr. Emily Fisher (University of Oklahoma), Dr. William Paolo (SUNY U…
 
In this episode from ACEP E-QUAL, Dr. Elizabeth Samuels discusses a social emergency medicine approach to opioid use disorder. Guest: Elizabeth A. Samuels, MD MPH MHS, Brown Emergency Medicine Host: Jason Woods MD Select references: Weiner SG, Baker O, Bernson D, Schuur JD. One-Year Mortality of Patients After Emergency Department Treatment for Non…
 
In this episode of EM Match Advice, our panel takes on the tough issues of 2021. Specifically we discuss the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Workforce Study that projects fewer jobs for emergency physicians and the hot-off-the-press ERAS data showing a drop in the number of EM residency applicants, compared to 2 years ago. Did one c…
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Dr. Seema Yasmin and Dr. Yvonne Maldonado. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Drs. Agnes Binagwaho, Aida Habtezion, and Gloria Giraldo, and moderated by Dr. Seema Yasmin. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Danielle Pacia, Lisa Menning, and Tom Bollyky, and moderated by William Haseltine. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Dr. Anne Merritt, Aaron Berman, and Brian Clarke, and moderated by Dr. Renee DiResta. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speaker, Dr. Vin Gupta. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Jessica Malaty Rivera and Dr. Sanjay Juneja, and moderated by Dr. Cedric "James" Rutland. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Mayor Adrian Perkins and Rev. Dr. Gabriel Salguero, and moderated by Dr. Matthew Strehlow. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
This session for the INFODEMIC Conference features speakers, Drs. Travis Rieder, Nancy Berlinger, and Arthur Caplan. INFODEMIC is a Stanford conference on social media and COVID-19 misinformation in 2021, has released open access podcasts of their discussions.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
We survived the 2021 Emergency Medicine residency match season in the pandemic era! Listen to the sage advice and reflections of program directors Dr. Jacob Ufberg (Temple), Dr. Amita Sudhir (University of Virgina), and Dr. William Caputo (Staten Island Medical Center). Hosts: Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF/ALiEM). Read m…
 
Listen about the theory of dual-process reasoning in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 9) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Antonia Quinn, Dr. Daniel Robinson, and Dr. Adam Tobias.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the theory of self-directed learning in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 7) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Jenna Fredette, Dr. Cathy Grossman, and Dr. Joe Walter.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the theory called reflective practice in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 6) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Jordan Spector, Dr. Sara Krzyzaniak, and Dr. Lauren Wendell.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the theory of social constructivism in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 5) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Eric Cioè Peña, Dr. Abra Fant, and Dr. Anne Messman.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the principles of emotional intelligence in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 4) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Lauren Conlon, Dr. Kory London, and Dr. Michael Pasirstein.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the concept of communities of practice in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 1) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Andrew King, Dr. Michael Abraham, and Dr. Kevin Scott.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the theory of naturalistic decision making in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 2) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Clare Desmond, Dr. Josh Kornegay, and Dr. Jillian Mongelluzzo.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Listen about the theory called modal model of memory in volume 1 of Education Theory Made Practical (chapter 1) with host Dr. Daniel Harper. E-book chapter written by Dr. Sylvia Alden, Dr. Rachel Dahms, and Dr. Emily Rose.Academic Life in Emergency Medicine által
 
Join us in the fifth installment of ALiEM's The Leader's Library, which is a professional development book club for health professionals. Led by Dr. Dina Wallin and a team of renowned educators, the featured book is KEEP GOING: 10 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE IN GOOD TIMES AND BAD by Austin Kleon. Come sign up! https://www.aliem.com/leaders-library-keep-g…
 
ALiEM podcast host, Dr. Dina Wallin, chats with author Dr. Jacqueline Grupp-Phelan about her recent PECARN publication "Prospective Development and Validation of the Computerized Adaptive Screen for Suicidal Youth" in JAMA Psychiatry 2021. Read more: https://ALiEM.com/computerized-adaptive-screen-for-suicidal-youth-cassy-study. Podcast Sound Engine…
 
The 2020-21 residency interview season has required rapid innovation and adaptability for both medical student applicants and residency programs given COVID-19's physical distancing restrictions. Listen to how it started and how it is going thus far with podcast co-hosts Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF). PD Panelists: Dr. …
 
A major development in curbing the opioid epidemic is the introduction of the medication buprenorphine to address opioid addiction. Being able to prescribe this medication requires a DEA-X Waiver. Dr. Alister Martin, the Founder of the Get Waivered initiative, has reduced the barriers for clinicians to obtain the necessary training and paperwork. h…
 
In this episode from the ACEP E-QUAL series, guest Dr. Houman Khosravani (Medical Director, Inpatient Stroke Unit Assistant Professor of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center; Staff Intensivist, Southlake Regional Health Center) discusses the concept of a "protected code stroke", how to operation…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guest Dr. William Meurer (Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Neurology University of Michigan) discuss how to protocolize of transferring stroke patients, how to identify and appropriately chose transfer destinations, and how to better align patient needs with the resources of the receiving sit…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guest Dr. Bruce Lo (Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital; Professor of Emergency Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School) reviews several common intracerebral hemorrhage scoring systems, the components, and tips on how to use them in real world practice. Host: Jason …
 
Hosted by Dr. Mike Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF), this episode discusses the uncharted waters of conducting virtual interviews for the EM residency match season in the era of COVID-19. Featured EM Program Director Panelists: Dr. David Caro (University of Florida, Jacksonville), Dr. Erica Shaver (West Virginia University), Dr. Cedri…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guest Dr. Joshua Goldstein (Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Center of Neurologic Emergencies, Massachusetts General Hospital) discusses ICH after TPA. He reviews what evidence exists, the timing, potential treatment targets, and medications. Host: Dr. Jason Woods; Podcas…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guest Dr. Lantha Ganti (Professor of Emergency Medicine & Neurology; Vice Chair for Research and Academic Affairs; University of Central Florida) reviews how to evaluate and treat blood pressure in the setting of ICH. She reviews the major existing data, BP targets, and medications to use. Host: Dr. Jason…
 
In this episode, Dr. Gail Donofrio (Director, National Institute on Drug Abuse) and Dr. Nora Volkow (Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Yale School of Medicine; Chief of Emergency Services, Yale New Haven Hospital) share their experience with substance use disorder in the time of COVID, as well as some thoughts on needed regulatory change. …
 
Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF), an expert panel of directors of Administration fellowships discuss the nuts and bolts of the who, what, why, and how of applying to this fellowship. Panelists: Martin Reznek, MD MBA (University of Massachusetts), Jennifer Wiler, MD MBA (University of Colorado), Robert Tanouye, MD…
 
Join us in the fourth installment of ALiEM's The Leader's Library, which is a professional development book club for health professionals. Led by Dr. Dina Wallin and a team of renowned educators, the featured book is THE POWER OF MOMENTS by Chip and Dan Heath. Come sign up! https://www.aliem.com/the-leaders-library-power-of-moments/…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guests Dr. Aimee Moulin and Dr. Hannah Snyder discuss how to transition a patients treatment for opiate use disorder from the ED to the outpatient environment. They discuss how to use local resources, legal ramifications, waivers, and why they think a formal system to accomplish this is achievable. Guests…
 
A panel of experts talks about the experience with opioid use disorder (OUD) in the time of COVID and specifically efforts to maintain access to MAT during COVID. Note that the original recording contained contributions from Dr. Karen Scott (President, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts) and Dr. Alister Martin (Emergency Medical Specialist, Fou…
 
In this episode from the ACEP-EQUAL series, guests Ariana Samson and Dr. Andrew Herring share their experiences with the use of PAs and APRNs to drive the treatment of opiate use disorder in the ED. Guests: Ariana Samson PA-C (ED APP Lead for US Acute Care Solutions, Marshall Medical Center); Andrew Herring, MD (Associate Director of Research, High…
 
This is part 1 of a 2 part discussion with Dr. Andrew Herring on the use of Buprenorphine after an opiate overdose, primarily in the ED. Guest: Andrew Herring MD (Associate Director of Research, Highland Hospital, Alameda Health System; Medical Director, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program; Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF) Host: Dr. Jason W…
 
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