Resident education is the key to the future of quality emergency medicine. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Chris Doty on modern education and how new minds mean new methods for teaching.
Podcasting is a great way to inspire debate and educate medical information. In this episode, I talk with one of the greats, Dr. Rob Rogers, about podcasting and the FOAMed movement.
In emergency medicine, we often take out frustrations on our EMS collegues. Unfortunately, we also have habits that frustrate them and make their jobs more difficult. In this episode, we talk with paramedics on things that "grind their gears" and how we can improve relationships and care for our patients.
GI emergencies are a common presentation in the ED. They can range from the benign to the life threatening. In this episode, I talk with gastroenterologist, Dr. Tom Knopp, about GI care in the ED.
Five Days at Memorial is a novel accounting the struggles after hurricane Katrina at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans. In this episode, I talk with author Sheri Fink about the book and what it means for disaster preparedness.