CanadiEM MVP Infographic Series

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Introducing the CanadiEM MVP Infographic Series

Evidence-based practice is critical for delivering quality emergency care, but with such a broad specialty identifying and recalling high-yield studies can be challenging. This is especially true for new EM learners, who are tasked with becoming evidence-informed while transitioning to practice.

To make this process easier, CJEM recently published a survey-based study aimed at compiling “must know” papers for emergency medicine trainees.

The study, conducted by Bazak et al, created a list of important papers based on the input of experts from specialty EM programs across the country.1 Participants were asked to generate a list of EM papers they considered to be the most influential, then rank the papers based on which they thought were the most important to include. Their final list contained 29 studies, 10 of which were supported by 100% of participants surveyed.

The CanadiEM MVP series will summarize these consensus papers using infographics, each of which will detail a different study’s objectives, methods and results.

The end goal of the series is to create an effective resource for recalling key papers, and to act as a primer for new trainees orienting themselves to EM evidence.

Critical Care

Gastroenterology

Infectious Disease

Neurology

Pediatrics

Trauma

Thrombosis

References

1. Bazak S, Sherbino J, Upadhye S, Chan T. Ascertaining top evidence in emergency medicine: A modified Delphi study. CJEM. 2019;21(2):291-295. [PubMed]

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Alvin Chin
Alvin is currently a PGY3 in the FRCP EM program at McMaster University. He is a CanadiEM Infographic Editor and is interested in health technology, medical education, and innovation in medicine.
Alvin Chin
- 2 days ago
Anson Dinh

Anson Dinh

Anson Dinh is a medical student at the University of Saskatchewan, Class of 2021. His academic interests involve ultrasound and simulations. His hobbies include bouldering, journaling, and collecting fountain pens.
Amy Chung

Amy Chung

Amy is a first year Family Medicine resident at the University of Ottawa. She is interested in efficient knowledge synthesis, technology, and procedural skills. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys long-distance running, and hiking.
Amy Chung
- 4 weeks ago