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How to Succeed as a Teacher - Goal Setting (episode 3)
This is the third short video from a eight episodes series about prime concepts and recommendations to succeed as a teacher by Dustin Leigh, MD (@DLeigh0029)
Wed, May 25 9:00am
An overview of Healthcare Quality
Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@venkbellamkonda)
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Tue, Dec 13 4:26pm
Integrating patient preferences in the delivery of Emergency Care. Kano analysis predicts change in experience.
Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@VenkBellamkonda)
In our publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine, Pilot Study [...]
Wed, Dec 7 8:42am
Is too sick to go home also too sick for the floor?
What patients admitted from the Emergency Department to a general floor/ward will deteriorate?
Author Shawna Bellew, MD (@SBellzMD)
Tue, Nov 29 2:37pm
Shared Decision Making in the ED: A tale of two studies
Author: Fernanda Bellolio, MD (@mfbellolio)
Wed, Nov 16 8:23am
Is there method in the madness: observation vs. full admission
Author: M. Fernanda Bellolio, MD (@mfbellolio)
Tue, Nov 8 10:47am
Women in Leadership: a glimmer of hope from ABMS
Author: Laura Walker, MD (@dortzus)
Mon, Oct 24 8:32am
Mayo Clinic Emergency Medicine @ ACEP16
Thu, Oct 13 8:18pm
Peritonsillar abscess management on the Emergency Department: conservative or surgical approach?
Author: Dante LS Souza
Mon, Oct 10 1:58pm
Scribes are the heroes of Emergency Physicians but what is the evidence behind their impact?
Author: Heather Heaton, MD
Tue, Oct 4 1:21pm
The truth about Small Bowel Obstruction
Author: David S. Morris, M.D.
Sun, Jan 4 4:19pm
How to succeed as a Teacher - New Skills (Episode 7)
Mon, Jul 4 4:32pm
How to stop a post-dialysis site bleeding
Author: Cameron Wangsgard, MD and Daniel Cabrera, MD
Mon, Apr 27 7:00am
Caring for behavioral health patients in community Emergency Departments, an every day challenge
Author: Amy O'Neil, MD
A commentary on Behavioral Health Boarding in Community Emergency Departments by O'Neil et al. [...]
Wed, Jul 20 7:45am
OnPar: a gamified didactic decision making learning tool
Author: Abhi Bikkani on behalf of the Mayo Education Innovation Lab
Click here for the OnPar app
Wed, Jun 29 10:05am
Sweet lullabies: Pediatric sedation by Emergency Physicians
Tue, Jun 21 9:34pm
How to succeed as a Teacher - Feedback (episode 6)
Mon, Jun 20 6:53pm
LIVE.DIE.REPEAT. Simulation. Time travel, gamification and deliberate practice.
Sat, Jun 11 7:02am
How to Succeed as a Teacher - Introduction (episode 5)
Tue, Jun 7 4:18pm
How to Succeed as a Teacher - On Learning (episode 4)
Wed, Jun 1 4:10pm
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