CAEP 2018 – Dr. Jeff Kline, Empathic Communication and PE

Hey all, This past week I had the opportunity to chat with a true legend of EM, Dr. Jeff Kline. Dr. Kline is the man responsible for a tremendous amount of research on venous thromboembolic disease, in particular, pulmonary embolism. For most of us, we use his research (eg. the PERC rule) on a daily […]

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CAEP 2018 and a Vlog

Hey all, I recently started a Vlog for CAEP 2018 – Strengthening Connections, which will be held in Calgary, Alberta on May 26-29, 2018. CAEP (Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians) is the largest annual EM conference in Canada, and attracts over one thousand attendees. In the first Vlog episode I had a chance to speak […]

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SGEM-HOP on OHCA – More ROSC, but no Survival Benefit

Hey all, An article was published in this month’s Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) titled, Prehospital Advanced Cardiac Life Support for Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Cohort Study. Click the article title for free access on the AEM website. This article by Cournoyer et al. asks if patients who are candidates for E-CPR in the out of hospital […]

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