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About Tanner Gronowski, DO

Chief Operating Officer,
ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator 2018-19
USACS Firefighter/Traveling Emergency Physician
2 04, 2018

The 2018-19 Chief Resident Incubator enrollment opens TODAY

2018-04-01T01:03:22+00:00

We are incredibly proud and excited to announce the launch of the 2018-19 ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator. Emergency medicine (EM) Chief Residents have recently been selected across North America to help shape and lead EM residency programs. The “CRincubator” will be enrolling its fourth class, building quickly on lessons learned and ongoing feedback from the membership. Led by Dr. Tanner Gronowski (Chief Operating Officer) and Dr. Robert Cooney (Chief Strategic Officer), this group will also feature legacy advisors, senior advisors, all-star cast of returning alumni champions, several surprise virtual mentors. Thanks to our exclusive sponsors EBSCO Health / DynaMed Plus.

Who’s with us? Read more and enroll on our CRincubator home page. We are kicking it off strong on April 16, so sign up before then. Don’t miss out on the launch.

14 08, 2016

ALiEM Book Club: A Thousand Naked Strangers: A Paramedic’s Wild Ride to the Edge and Back

2016-11-11T19:45:53+00:00

A thousand naked strangers“EMS is wild and imperfect. Just like our patients. It’s dangerous and a little mad and possibly contagious…patients don’t come to us… we go to them, and where and how we find them, well, that, too, is part of the story. once in the field, we should expect no help.” – Kevin Hazzard

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29 07, 2016

Using Slack for Residency Communication – Do’s and Dont’s

slackOne of the most difficult parts of residency and medical education is coordination and communication. Often residents and faculty alike can be found drowning in a never ending onslaught of emails, with chains of projects getting buried amongst reply-all’s and attachments. Over the course of the past year, our residency program at Doctors Hospital-OhioHealth in Columbus, Ohio has been using a newer form of communication to facilitate the dissemination of information and collaboration as a group.

After some initial exploration into technology and apps, it was decided to try out the program called Slack. Designed to help large groups work together as well as separately on projects simultaneously, we felt this may be our solution to the clunky and at times unbearable onslaught of emails. For those of you interested in taking your residency or group to the next level, below are our observations from the past year in a simple do’s and dont’s fashion.

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21 06, 2016

Top 10 Secrets to Success as an Emergency Medicine Resident

2016-11-11T19:47:05+00:00

Peak-sunset-SuccessResident---canstockphoto9891708So you are about to start your first year as an Emergency Medicine (EM) resident in a few short weeks. Or perhaps you are entering a new, more senior resident role in your department. You are probably unsure of what to expect, a bit anxious, but definitely excited to start. As part of a multi-institutional initiative launched by the ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator, chief residents from across the country pooled together what they wanted residents to know to become an amazing resident. After compiling the responses, we came up with these “Top 10 Secrets to Success as a EM Resident”.

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28 12, 2015

Top 10 ALiEM Non-Clinical Posts of 2015

2017-01-20T12:31:07+00:00

ALiEM non-clinical posts of 2015‘Tis the season for relaxing and reminiscing, and here at ALiEM we want to take a look back at some of the best non-clinical posts from 2015. While we all strive to know more about our specialty, sometimes focusing on the extracurricular activities and mindsets can really make a difference in your overall wellness. How many of these top 10 posts did you get to read?

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