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Key Clerkship Skills: Help us to identify them!

In Education & Quality Improvement, Mentorship by Tahsin Khan0 Comments

Editor’s note: The CanadiEM team believes that it was import to consult stakeholders when developing new content. The bleeding and clotting needs assessment that we conducted previously has been completed and we will soon be publishing content directed at meeting the needs that we identified.  This post contains a needs assessment directed at the most junior members of the EM family – our clinical clerks. It is very short! (What you see below is all you have …

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CAEP GeMES | Clinical Reasoning Problems Among EM Residents

In Featured, Great Evidence in Medical education Summary (GEMeS) by Alexis Cournoyer0 Comments

Jack is a first year Emergency Medicine resident. He pours over the content of each cardinal presentation (chest pain, shortness of breath, abdominal pain) after every shift and tries his best to remember all the various questions to ask patients. Being detail oriented, he spends at least one hour with each patient to make sure he has gathered as much data as possible. Jack is good at coming up with the right differential …