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Introducing ‘Sirens to Scrubs’

In Sirens to Scrubs, Working in EM by Paula SneathLeave a Comment

Links to Sirens to Scrubs Posts Minor head injury (July 17, 2018) Esophageal foreign body obstructions (August 14, 2018) Acute coronary syndromes, Part one – Beyond Door-to-Balloon (September 27, 2018) Acute coronary syndromes, Part two – To the Lab! (October 25, 2018) Acute coronary syndromes, Part three – Diagnosis and ED Management (November 27, 2018) Acute coronary syndromes, Part four – Spot the Lesion! (January 8, 2019) Subarachnoid hemorrhage (March 12, 2019) Are you …

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“30 minutes? That’s enough to stay well” | Emergency Medicine Wellness Week

In Education & Quality Improvement, Featured, Mentorship, Working in EM by Zafrina PoonjaLeave a Comment

A typical day in the life of an Emergency Medicine physician: You wake up without an alarm after eight hours of undisturbed sleep. You enjoy a fresh cup of french press coffee while reading the morning news on your smartphone – along with a freshly baked croissant of course! Then you go to an hour long yoga session followed by a relaxing massage. Finally, you meet your friends for lunch at a local …