This week started with a discussion on how we can improve our documentation to maximize our level V billing. This was followed by a summary of practice changing literature over the last year, a discussion on how we deal with failure in the clinical setting, and a guide to the approach of the agitated pediatric patient. Finally, we broke into small groups to learn about ENT emergencies.Read More
I don’t know if this has happened to you yet. It happened to me on my first shift as an intern. I hadn’t laid hand on a stethoscope in months. I had just unloaded the cardboard boxes from my rental truck into my new place. As I was settling in to my first few patient encounters one of our nurses approached me to say that a patient had been brought into our area that was extremely agitated. I looked up to see a man being held down by multiple police officers, thrashing and swearing.
“What can I give him?” She said.
“How about a hug?” I replied.Read More