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Find it hard to keep current with all the new clinical updates? Get caught up on key evidence-based guidelines, clinical pearls, and patient-centered recommendations for your patients in Emergency Medicine.

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EM Match Advice 40: Program Directors Reflect on the 2023 Match

The 2023 Emergency Medicine Match was an unprecedented year that took many of us in the education community by surprise. There were 132 (46%) EM residency programs with at least one unfilled PGY-1 position, and there were 554 (18.4%) overall unfilled EM positions. Dr. Sara Krzyzaniak (EM program director at Stanford) hosts this important episode with Dr. Michelle Lin (ALiEM/UCSF), reflecting on the whys, hows, and what nexts. Fortunately we have experts Dr. Abra [+]

Apr 5, 202304, 2023

How I Educate Series: Jacob Avila, MD

This week’s How I Educate post features Dr. Jacob (Jailyn) Avila, core faculty at Southwest Healthcare EM Residency and creator of Core Ultrasound. Dr. Avila spends approximately 70% of his shifts with [+]

Mar 22, 202303, 2023

How I Educate Series: Sara Dimeo, MD

This week’s How I Educate post features Dr. Sara Dimeo, the Program Director at East Valley Emergency Medicine. Dr. Dimeo spends approximately 70% of her shifts with learners which include emergency medicine [+]

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  • Fork in Road Disappearance of FOAM blog podcast

The Fall of FOAM

The landscape of emergency medicine and critical care (EM/CC) blogs and podcasts has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. The number of free, open-access EM/CC blogs and podcasts has plummeted. As reported by Lin and colleagues in JMIR Education (2022), these sites decreased in number from 183 in 2014 to just 109 this year– a drop of 40.1% [1]. via GIPHY This comes after a period of rapid growth of these educational resources [+]

Mar 10, 202203, 2022

Dear emergency physicians: We see you The COVID-19 pandemic has placed incredible stress and strain on the personal work lives of emergency physicians. We have endured these almost 2 years of misinformation, PPE shortages, fear, frustration, grief, and [+]