Podcasts on the ALiEM Soundcloud account

SAEM Research Learning Series Podcast: Writing Specific Aims for a Grant

SAEM RLS podcast: specific aimsIn this installment of the SAEM Research Learning Series, co-hosts Dr. Mary Haas and Dr. Nate Haas interview Dr. Michael Puskarich (Associate Professor and Research Director at Hennepin Medical Center), who is an accomplished researcher [Google Scholar citations] on the metabolic response of humans to severe sepsis. This podcast takes a deep dive into the topic of writing specific aims for your research grant proposals. These do’s and don’ts can make or break one’s application.

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By |2020-04-20T19:37:43-07:00Nov 21, 2018|Podcasts, Research|

4 New Podcasts on the Opioid Initiative | ACEP E-QUAL Series

ACEP EQUAL opioid use podcastsThe American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) features 3 quality improvement targets within their Emergency Quality Network (E-QUAL) initiative: sepsis, imaging, and chest pain. Most recently, they added a fourth new focus on the opioid epidemic. This opioid initiative covers best-practice approaches and strategies for managing opioid-related complications. In collaboration with ACEP E-QUAL, we have remixed and distilled 5 of their webinars into 4 podcasts.

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By |2020-04-20T19:37:52-07:00Sep 24, 2018|Podcasts, Tox & Medications|

EM Fellowship Match Advice: Ultrasound Fellowship

The EM Residency Match Advice Series is back with its latest installment! We put the focus on emergency ultrasound fellowships, and our sage panel walks us through some of the changes to this year’s application cycle. For the first time, Ultrasound Fellowship Programs will participate in the NRMP match program. The Society for Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF) provides the fellowship application service (similar to the role of ERAS, but shorter!) for the residency match. Hosted by Drs. Michael Gisondi and Michelle Lin, watch the video or listen to the podcast to learn about important changes to the application process and hear tips from our experts on what to consider when pursuing a career in emergency ultrasound.

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Ultrasound Fellowship Program Director Panel

  • Dr. Jeremy Boyd (Vanderbilt University)
  • Dr. Matt Fields (Kaiser Permanente San Diego)
  • Dr. Arthur Au (Thomas Jefferson University)

Listen to all the episodes of the EM Match Advice Series

By |2021-07-01T10:18:11-07:00Sep 10, 2018|EM Match Advice, Podcasts, Ultrasound|

EM Fellowship Match Advice: Global Health Fellowship

EM Fellowship Match Advice is back to put the focus on Global Health Fellowships. A panel of 3 outstanding fellowship directors discuss the reasons why a resident may consider advanced training in this global health, future job opportunities, and the difference in approach between some of these programs. Hosted by Drs. Michael Gisondi and Michelle Lin, listen to the podcast to learn more about Global Health!

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Global Health Fellowship Program Director Panel

  • Dr. Kristiana Kaufman (Wayne State University)
  • Dr. Rebecca Walker (Stanford University)
  • Dr. Hani Mowafi (Yale University)

Listen to all the episodes of the EM Match Advice Series

By |2021-07-01T10:21:06-07:00Jul 3, 2018|EM Match Advice, Podcasts|

EM Match Advice: Program Directors Reflect on the 2018 Match

A new academic year is upon us! Across the country, emergency medicine interns are orienting to their new hospitals and preparing for their first day as “doctor.” But before we look forward, what lessons can we learn from 2018 EM Residency Match cycle? In this EM Match Advice series installment, Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford), Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF), and an esteemed panel of program directors discuss how competitive EM was in 2018, the standardized video interview, and the number of programs an average applicant should apply to this year. Bonus: we introduce the Lin-Gisondi correction factor, a (mostly facetious) tool to help applicants weigh the advice of their mentors!

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By |2021-07-01T10:22:38-07:00Jun 19, 2018|EM Match Advice, Podcasts|

Podcast Follow-up: Interview with Dr. Debbie Yi Madhok, Co-Author of “Update on the ED Management of Intracranial Hemorrhage”

intracranial hemorrhage CT head epiduralIntracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is associated with significant disability and mortality. Although evidence-based guidelines exist, many hospitals have their own institutional practice patterns, which can make it difficult to care for these patients in the ED. Dr. Debbie Yi Madhok, an emergency physician and neurointensivist, sat down with Dr. Derek Monette, the ALiEM Deputy Editor in Chief, to discuss updates in the management of ICH. This interview follows up her original popular 2017 ALiEM post on dilemmas in ICH management, and takes a deeper dive into the nuances of seizure prophylaxis, blood pressure control, and platelet transfusions. We present the podcast and key learning points.
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By |2020-04-20T19:37:59-07:00Apr 6, 2018|Neurology, Podcasts, Tox & Medications, Trauma|

Renal Colic & Pulmonary Embolism CT | Reducing Imaging: ACEP E-QUAL Network Podcast

Computed tomography (CT) is increasingly available across U.S. Emergency Departments and has changed the practice of medicine. However, it is coupled with potential side-effects from radiation and contrast media. Emergency Medicine is beginning to make a concerted effort to identify clinical scenarios in which CT may be unnecessary, producing outcomes research and validated clinical decision rules. Renal colic and pulmonary embolism, in particular, seem amenable to this area of investigation. The ACEP E-QUAL Network podcast, a partnership with ALiEM to promote clinical practice improvements, reviewed this topic with experts Dr. Chris Moore (Emory University) and Dr. Jeffrey Kline (Indiana University). We present highlights from their discussion with Dr. Jason Woods.

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By |2020-04-20T19:38:20-07:00Mar 5, 2018|Genitourinary, Podcasts, Pulmonary, Radiology|
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