The second article in the Top 10 list from the AAP Section on Emergency Medicine 2016 sessions is all about the use of a metronome during CPR.
I was recently thinking about the number of facilities that refer patients to our ED in good ole Cincinnati, OH and I realized that the number is quite large. I also wanted to understand better their locations as it relates to transit time for patients [...]
Recently the Emergency Medicine docs at TamingtheSRU.com and University of Cincinnati Emergency Medicine Residency Program have been sharing some innovate first person videos focused on procedures in the ED. Here is an example of pericardiocentesis. You may be familiar with the diminutive Go [...]
If you were unable to attend the conference in Philadelphia this weekend, or you are interested in the use of technology in education check out a (slightly) abridged version of my talk that I recorded especially for the PEMBlog. In it I review: The web [...]
I've been regularly checking out the PEM Database Online for several years now. It is a good example of a hyper-focused content aggregation site. What do I mean by content aggregation? Well, in general on a website you either create content, share content that other [...]
I am an Apple device user, and I appreciate the portability of my iPad, but I haven't found a single fantastic option for editing my documents, presentation and spreadsheets. I still prefer the desktop versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint as nothing touches their power and [...]
Whether for teaching purposes, or for family videos please remember to shoot videos on your smartphone holding the phone in landscape orientation. Your audience will thank you. That is all.