Join the CC team, Liang Liu and Ian Bodford, for an update on Compartment Syndrome. This episode is full of great pearls for EM management of a tough disease. Awesome work!
At Dallas EM, we are excited for another year of bringing in some of the nation's best future residents. Our recruitment team, led by PGY2 David Reid, put together a video highlighting the program and city of Dallas. Enjoy!
Former resident Scott Burdette, along with Assistant PDs Dr. Walter Green and Lynn Roppolo recently tackled QTc prolongation in the ESRD patients. Take a look!
The stars of the Clinical Correlation take us through warfarin through the NOACs, while taking on a tough case. Enjoy!
In a new educational initiative, residents are taking over conference for 2 hours every other week. R2s and R3s present classic EM cases while interns note the red flags, guide the work up, and determine the disposition of each patient. Faculty serve to clarify and present the latest literature to further our knowledge.
Also, special thanks to UTSW for providing us an awesome, tech-savvy location for these small group sessions!
This week Drs. Liu and Bodford review one of the classic, can't-miss diagnoses in the pediatric emergency room.
Senior Resident, Dr. John Corker (executive director of Radio Rounds), and EMRA have combined to create for a new production series. He'll be interviewing some of the leaders in Emergency Medicine today on a variety of topics. Follow along at the link here.
Join us for episode #4 of our resident run podcast from Dr. Liang Liu and Dr. Ian Bodford!
Radio Rounds was founded to promote empathy and humanism in medicine, to showcase the art behind the science of medicine, to provide insight into the medical profession, and to connect all levels of the medical profession across the nation — from medical students to practicing physician. John Corker, MD is executive director for the podcast and also one of our senior residents. Check out the latest episode HERE!
Our newest resident podcast returns with a review of an interesting case and a smart approach to pediatric rashes. Enjoy!