Episode 44 – Whistler’s Update in Emergency Medicine Conference 2014 Highlights

In this episode on Whistler's Update in Emergency Medicine Conference 2014 Highlights we have... Chapter 1 with David Carr on his approach to Shock, including the RUSH protocol, followed by a discussion on Thrombolysis for Submassive Pulmonary Embolism.... Then in Chapter 2 Lisa Thurgur presents a series of Toxicology Cases packed with pearls, pitfalls and surprises and reviews the use of Lipid Emulsion Therapy in toxicology....Finally in Chapter 3 Joel Yaphe reviews the most important articles from 2013 including the Targeted Temperature Managment post-arrest paper, the use of Tranexamic Acid for epistaxis, return to play concussion guidelines and clinical decision rules for subarachnoid hemorrhage. Another Whistler's Update in Emergency Medicine Conference to remember.......

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Best Case Ever 23 Stuart Swadron – The Effect of Medical Insurance on ED Care

EM Cases brings you Canada's brightest minds in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Stuart Swadron, EM:RAP's 'Captain Cortex' in fact went to medical school at the University of Toronto and practiced in British Columbia before he headed down to Los Angeles to complete his Emergency Medicine Residency and become the residency program director at USC. So he is just the man to tell us his Best Case Ever about The Effect of Medical Insurance on ED Care and highlight some of the differences between the U.S. and Canadian health care systems. This is in anticipation of our upcoming EM Cases episode on North York General's 'Highlights of the Emergency Medicine Update Conference 2014', Canada's largest and best EM Conference where Dr. Swadron spoke eloquently about his approach to Vertigo in the ED including the value of the HINTS exam. In this upcoming episode we will also have Dr. Amal Mattu talking about the most important Cardiology Literature from the past year. We would love to hear your opinion on how the Canadian and U.S. health care systems could be changed to help improve patient care in our emergency departments. Please post your comments below.

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Best Case Ever 24 Amal Mattu on COPD, Baggging & Vent Settings

In anticipation of the Highlights from North York General's Emergency Medicine Update Conference 2014 we have the master educator himself, Dr. Amal Mattu's Best Case ever of a patient who presented with a COPD exacerbation, that we recorded at the conference in Toronto just a couple of weeks ago. Dr. Mattu gives you a string of pearls and pitfalls when it comes to management of COPD, bagging & vent settings that you will never forget. In the upcoming episode Dr. Mattu will review his favorite papers from the cardiology literature of the past year and Dr. Stuart Swadron will give you his approach to the challenges of the patient with vertigo. This will the first of two parts of the highlights from the conference - the largest and best EM conference in Canada.

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Episode 45 – Swadron on Vertigo, Mattu on Cardiology Literature from NYGH EM Update Conference 2014

This past May in Toronto, the largest and, in my opinion, best Canadian EM conference, North York General Hospital's Emergency Medicine Update Conference, attracted 'Captain Cortex' himself, Stuart Swadron, a Toronto native to talk about his approach to vertigo, which highlights how not to miss a posterior circulation stroke. For the seventh year running the EMU conference was proud to have one of the worlds most well known EM educators, Amal Mattu who presented the most important Cardiology Literature from the past year. This podcast includes edited versions of their talks with commentary and summaries.

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Best Case Ever 25 Rob Rogers on Social Media in EM Education

One of Emergency Medicine's most cutting edge educators Dr. Rob Rogers, the brains behind iTeach EM podcast & blog as well as the director of The Teaching Course tells us the story of his Best Case Ever where he used Social Media as an EM Education tool that led to a life saved and a difficult diagnostic pick-up. In the upcoming episode on Social Media (SoMe) in EM education and FOAMed (Free Open Access Medical Education) with three prominent educators in the FOAM movement, Brent Thoma of Boring EM and Academic Life in EM, Ken Milne of The Skeptics Guide to EM & Rob Rogers, we discuss how SoMe can enhance your career, tips on how to get the most out of FOAMed without getting overwhelmed by the volume of material, swarm-based medicine, tacit knowledge sharing, the flipped classroom, the use of FOAMed in emergency medicine training curricula, how Twitter, Google+, Google Hangout and Google Glass have changed the face of medical education, and much more. To have your questions about SoMe and FOAMed answered by our guest experts and find key references go here.

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Episode 46 – Social Media & Emergency Medicine Learning

In early June of this year I caught up with Dr. Rob Rogers of iTeach EM and The Teaching Course, Dr. Ken Milne of The Skeptics Guide to EM and Dr. Brent Thoma of Academic Life in EM and Boring EM at the Canadian Association of Emergency Medicine Conference in Ottawa to chat about the evolution of Social Media & Emergency Medicine Learning. In this podcast, we discuss how Social Media can enhance your career, tips on how to get the most out of FOAMed without getting overwhelmed by the volume of material, swarm-based medicine, tacit knowledge sharing, the flipped classroom, the use of FOAMed in emergency medicine training curricula, how Twitter, Google+, Google Hangout and Google Glass have changed the face of medical education, and much more.

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