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Mar 15, 2019

Welcome Class of 2019-2022

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Welcome Class of 2019-2022
Dec 5, 2018

Youth Athletes in America- Does Practice Really Make Perfect?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
TEDx by Neha Raukar @Raukar_Neha https://youtu.be/fGwnEocJm84
Youth Athletes in America- Does Practice Really Make Perfect?
Sep 23, 2018

Mayo Clinic at ACEP Scientific Assembly 2018

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Mayo Clinic at ACEP Scientific Assembly 2018
Sep 23, 2018

Effect of the Head CT Choice Decision Aid in Parents of Children With Minor Head Trauma

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Authors: Erik Hess, MD (UAB) Comment on: Hess, Homme et al. Effect of the Head Computed Tomography Choice Decision Aid in Parents of Children With Minor Head TraumaA Cluster Randomized Trial. JAMA Open. Each year, 450,000 children present to U.S emergency departments for evaluation of head trauma.  Physicians obtain head computed tomography [...]
Effect of the Head CT Choice Decision Aid in Parents of Children With Minor Head Trauma
Aug 2, 2018

The opioid epidemic

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Molly Jeffery PhD @mollyjeffery Commentary about: Jeffery at al. Trends in opioid use in commercially insured and Medicare Advantage populations in 2007-16: retrospective cohort study. BMJ 2018. With all the attention that is being paid to opioid prescribing over the past few years, we wanted to know whether we’re moving [...]
The opioid epidemic
Jun 14, 2018

Blockchain: A new technology for health professions education

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Eric Funk, MD @efunkem   [...]
Blockchain: A new technology for health professions education
May 22, 2018

Addressing the Active Shooter Challenge through In-situ Simulation

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Mark Mannenbach, MD. @MMannenbach Commentary on: Mannenbach et al. An In Situ Simulation-Based Training Approach to Active Shooter Response in the Emergency Department. in Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness With an increased number of active shooter events in the United States, emergency departments are challenged to ensure preparedness for this low-frequency, but extremely [...]
Addressing the Active Shooter Challenge through In-situ Simulation
Mar 1, 2018

We all make mistakes

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Laura Walker, M.D. @dortzus [...]
We all make mistakes
Feb 2, 2018

Intravenous Lidocaine for pain in the ED: what the evidence shows?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Lucas Oliveira J. e Silva (@lucasojesilva12) [...]
Intravenous Lidocaine for pain in the ED: what the evidence shows?
Dec 18, 2017

Better informed consent in the ED: going through the research to practice continuum

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Lucas Oliveira J. e Silva (@lucasojesilva12) [...]
Better informed consent in the ED: going through the research to practice continuum
Oct 12, 2017

Social Media Scholarship as a Criterion for Academic Promotion

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
This is crosspost from the Mayo Clinic Social Media network. Below a video with our webinar on Social Media and Academic Promotion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1uimiEhix8
Social Media Scholarship as a Criterion for Academic Promotion
Oct 5, 2017

Mayo Clinic EM in ACEP 2017

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Mayo Clinic EM in ACEP 2017
Sep 26, 2017

The ED does not hand out opioids like candy

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Molly M. Jeffery, PhD @mollyjeffery Everyone “knows” they hand out opioids like candy in the ED.  Or if they don’t now, they certainly used to.   That idea didn’t square with the clinical experience of any of the ED doctors I’ve talked to. We wanted to know what the [...]
The ED does not hand out opioids like candy
Jul 19, 2017

How to best identify patients that have a high likelihood of dying in one year?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Caitlin Loprinzi-Brauer, MD @cloprinzi To determine who should have goals of care discussions, encourage advanced care planning and consider palliative medicine consultation [...]
How to best identify patients that have a high likelihood of dying in one year?
Jul 15, 2017

Apneic Oxygenation actually works (for some things)

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
  Author: Lucas Silva (@lucasojesilva12)   In the last few years, the use of apneic oxygenation has been recommended by experts for management of high-risk airway situations, including emergency intubations in the ED (1), and for patients at risk for difficult laryngoscopy and intubation in the operating room (2). The [...]
Apneic Oxygenation actually works (for some things)
May 20, 2017

Really, how dangerous can it be? Motocross injuries in the emergency department

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Lucas Silva (@lucasojesilva12) [...]
Really, how dangerous can it be? Motocross injuries in the emergency department
Apr 26, 2017

The Future of Healthcare

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
The Future of Healthcare
Apr 10, 2017

ECMO Rounds: Crash Course

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Eric Funk, MD (@efunkEM) [...]
ECMO Rounds: Crash Course
Apr 4, 2017

Stick, glue and cone for ear foreign bodies

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Jonathan Thornston, M.D. [...]
Stick, glue and cone for ear foreign bodies
Mar 15, 2017

Mayo Clinic EM at SAEM 17

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Mayo Clinic EM at SAEM 17
Dec 13, 2016

An overview of Healthcare Quality

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@VenkBellamkonda) Easa Shamih | flickr | no modification | CC BY 2.0 [...]
An overview of  Healthcare Quality
Dec 7, 2016

Integrating patient preferences in the delivery of Emergency Care. Kano analysis predicts change in experience.

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@VenkBellamkonda)   In our publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine, Pilot Study of Kano “Attractive Quality” Techniques to Identify Change in Emergency Department Patient Experience, we describe our efforts to improve our patient’s perception of receiving concern and sensitivity from their healthcare providers. The project originated in [...]
Integrating patient preferences in the delivery of Emergency Care. Kano analysis predicts change in experience.
Nov 29, 2016

Is too sick to go home also too sick for the floor?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
What patients admitted from the Emergency Department to a general floor/ward will deteriorate? Author Shawna Bellew, MD (@SBellzMD)   [...]
Is too sick to go home also too sick for the floor?
Nov 16, 2016

Shared Decision Making in the ED: A tale of two studies

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. @cabreraerdr
Author: Fernanda Bellolio, MD (@mfbellolio) [...]
Shared Decision Making in the ED: A tale of two studies
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