EM Match Advice: 2020-21 Interview Season | This is how it started, this is how it’s going

EM Match Advice residency interview season 2020-21

The 2020-21 residency interview season has required rapid innovation and adaptability for both medical student applicants and residency programs, given COVID-19’s physical distancing restrictions. Listen to how it started and how it is going thus far with podcast co-hosts Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF).

Podcast Episode with 2020-21 Mid-Season Update and Insights

Program director panelists

  • Dr. Camiron Pfennig – Prisma Health University of South Carolina Greenville
  • Dr. Ryan Bodkin – University of Rochester
  • Dr. Michael Kiemeney – Loma Linda University

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By |2021-01-11T08:50:59-08:00Jan 15, 2021|EM Match Advice|

EM Match Advice: Administration Fellowship

EM Match Advice: Administration Fellowship

 

 

The EM Administration Fellowship serves to train residents desiring to pursue a leadership position in departments and hospital systems. Many graduates become department chairs and medical directors. Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF), this podcast features fellowship directors from around the country discussing the who, what, when, and why of the fellowship.

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By |2020-09-05T17:04:20-07:00Sep 6, 2020|EM Match Advice|

The Leader’s Library: The Power of Moments | Sign Up for the Book Club

The Power of Moments in The Leader's Library

Thus far, 2020 has been a year of catastrophic events, some surprising and others disappointingly predictable, and many people are struggling to navigate the chaos, to grasp at some semblance of a routine in the face of an unpredictable near future. Time has become a blur, a coalescence of unremarkable (yet unprecedented) moments.

What if we have the possibility to intentionally create these moments, for ourselves and those around us? What if, by reframing the way we view memory, experience, and time, we could be the powerful author of our own moments?

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By |2020-08-30T20:03:46-07:00Aug 30, 2020|Academic, Book Club, Leaders Library|

Physician Wellness in the COVID-19 Era | Wellness Think Tank

wellness think tank physician wellnessThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world in many ways, and for trainees in medicine, the new day-to-day experience of residency continues to adapt and take shape. COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected clinical experiences and educational curricula for residencies. Personal wellbeing for EM residents has become even more important with the new stressors of being on the frontlines. How has the resident experience changed in the ED? How are residents dealing personally and professionally with the new state of things? What strategies, interventions, and resources that residents are utilizing to combat burnout?

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By |2020-07-28T07:03:27-07:00Jul 31, 2020|Life, Wellness, Wellness Think Tank|

PECARN: Its relevance and importance in pediatric emergency care

PECARNDid you know that many of the landmark pediatric emergency medicine (EM) studies come from the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) collaborative? It works to address the challenging pediatric questions that only multicenter studies can. In this blog post, we highlight PECARN’s goal to translate, disseminate, and implement evidence to all providers of emergent and urgent care for pediatric patients.

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By |2020-05-01T15:32:49-07:00Jan 7, 2020|Pediatrics|

New PECARN Febrile Infant Rule: A 3-Variable Approach for Ages 29-60 Days | Interview with Dr. Kuppermann

PECARN febrile infant rule

The diagnosis and risk stratification of febrile young infants continues to present a clinical challenge. Serious bacterial infection (SBI) rates in infants ≤60 days have continued to be reported between 8-13%. Despite several different classification rules and pathways, we continue to struggle to accurately delineate which infants have SBI and which do not. A paper titled “A Clinical Prediction Rule to Identify Febrile Infants 60 days and Younger at Low Risk for Serious Bacterial Infections” was published in JAMA Pediatrics in February of 2019.​1​ The authors sought to derive a new clinical prediction rule for infants with fever. The research was conducted as part of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN). We discussed this publication with lead author Dr. Nathan Kuppermann on a podcast and summarize our discussion below. 

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By |2019-06-19T05:46:49-07:00Jun 19, 2019|Pediatrics|
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