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 January issue of CJEM including:
- Sarah Felder and her group study routine application of defib pads in STEMI and its effect on time to first shock
- Hasan Sheikh makes the case for publicly funded dental care in CAEP’s Dental Care statement
- #CJEMDebate #Tropandgo debates is a single negative troponin is enough to discharge a patient home
- CJEM Journal Club returns with three reviews of some of the biggest articles published in the last year including antibiotics after I and D, dual antiplatelet for TIA, intranasal ketamine and the CATCH rule.
- …and so much more!
Check out our podcast summaries here:
Please take a listen and read the articles (including many offered Free Online) featured in Canada’s journal for emergency physicians. Check out the official CJEM website via the Cambridge University Press.
This post was copy-edited by Alexandra Fletcher