First year Diaries E05: Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed – Preparing for Exams After Residency Graduation

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In this episode, Kevin Dong (@kevinjdongMD) interviews Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed (@hagahmedMD) on his transition to practice and how to prepare for your board/licensing exams after you graduate from residency. Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UT Health San Antonio. Shownotes – PDF Here Questions: Can you talk about your experience and what graduating residences can do to prepare for this transition both for attending-hood …

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CRACKCast E215 – Abdominal Pain

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This updated episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s Chapter 24 (9th Ed.), and while it may not be the most glamorous topic, abdominal pain is both common and potentially life-threatening. In this episode we hope to solidify an approach to your next patient’s gut ache. Shownotes – PDF Here Rosen’s in Perspective Alright, everyone. It is time for yet another cruise down Rosen’s lane. Today, we are covering one of the most important chapters …

First Year Diaries E04: Dr. Daniel Ting & Dr. Jared Baylis – Transitioning to EM Practice

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In this episode of First Year Diaries, I am joined by Dr. Daniel Ting and Dr. Jared Baylis. Dr. Daniel Ting is a first-year staff at UBC, who is currently working from the Vancouver General Hospital and BC Children’s Hospital. Dr. Jared Baylis is also a first-year staff, working at the Kelowna General Hospital. I asked them what it is like to transition from residency to working as staff physicians. Later, we discussed …

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CJEM March 2020 Audio Summary Podcast – substance use disorder, ER resident selection, and more!

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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 March issue of CJEM including: Three articles focusing on substance used disorders including …