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CRACKCast E207 – Dizziness and Vertigo

In CRACKCast, Featured, Podcastby Dillan Radomske1 Comment

This updated episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s Chapter 016, Dizziness and Vertigo (9th Ed.). Dizziness and Vertigo are terms that send shutters down the spines of most Emergency Physicians. This podcast will give you the tools to discern the difference between Vertigo and Lightheadedness and help guide your management of the underlying cause. Shownotes – PDF here Rosen’s in Perspective We are back at it again in Saskatchewan, serving up a tasty teaching …

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CJEM Sept 2019 Audio Summary Podcast – organ donation, headaches and more!

In CJEM Audio Summary Podcast, Podcastby Hans RosenbergLeave a Comment

The Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine (CJEM) is very happy to collaborate with the amazing CanadiEM team to promote CJEM’s Audio Summary Podcast. Hosted by the Editor-in-Chief and Emergency Medicine research superstar, Ian Stiell, @EMO_Daddy, the CJEM Audio summaries provide a snippet into what the latest issue of CJEM has to offer. In this issue, we highlight some key papers in the September issue of CJEM including: Papers by B. Ellis and J. …

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CRACKCast E205 – Confusion

In CRACKCast, Featured, Podcastby Dillan RadomskeLeave a Comment

This updated episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s Chapter 014, Confusion (9th Ed.). Confusion is a symptom experience by all at some point or another. Confusion has a spectrum of severity and in the Emergency Department it is associated with high rates of mortality. This podcast will give you the tools to identify the cause of your patient’s alteration and help guide your management. Shownotes – PDF here Rosen’s in Perspective This episode is …

First Year Diaries E02 – My Philosophy by Dr. David Carr

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On this episode of First Year Diaries, I am joined by Dr. David Carr, an Emergency Medicine Physician working in Toronto, who is a renowned medical education speaker and Toronto Blue Jays team physician. I asked him to impart his wisdom to new staff physicians like myself and share his approaches to a successful career in medicine. Later in the interview, we also discuss workflow strategies for the ED, common mistakes made by new …