Global Health: Case Series

Global Health: Case Series

The Global Health case series highlights interesting cases residents experienced while practicing abroad and takes a dive into how to identify the pathology that is crucial know to care for patients both abroad and returning. Dr. Jarrell continues this year's case series with a case of a child who presents with a complication of a formerly common rash!

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Global Health: Case Series

Global Health: Case Series

The Global Health case series highlights interesting cases residents experienced while practicing abroad and takes a dive into how to identify the pathology that is crucial know to care for patients both abroad and returning. Dr. Owens takes us to Guatemala where she discusses an endemic rash that may start to become more common in the United States.

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Grand Rounds Recap 4.25.18

Grand Rounds Recap 4.25.18

This week’s Grand Rounds was kicked off with our W. Brian Gibler visiting professor series with Dr. Ali Raja M.D., MBA, MPH, and Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He gave us his insights on how to help move our specialty towards evidence based practice, as well as his tips on leadership within the context of academic emergency medicine. This was followed by our monthly Morbidity and Mortality Conference with Dr. Titone. Dr. Shah then gave his R4 Clinical Soap Box on the utility of ultrasound in cardiac arrest, and the conference finished with Dr. Whitford giving his R3 Taming the SRU case follow up.

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Global Health: Case Series

Global Health: Case Series

The Global Health case series highlights interesting cases residents experienced while practicing abroad and takes a dive into how to identify the pathology that is crucial know to care for patients both abroad and returning. Dr. Colmer continues this year's case series with a case of an adult patient with a "textbook" rash he saw while in Tanzania.

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Grand Rounds Recap 2.14.18

Grand Rounds Recap 2.14.18

This weeks Grand Rounds was started off with our guest lecturer, Dr. Esther Choo, who gave a compelling talk regarding gender disparities in medicine and the effects of gender bias in our profession and every day practice.  This was followed by Dr. Owens and Ventura giving their evidence based approach to the management of A-Fib, as well as previewing their upcoming algorithm for Tamingthesru.com.  Our pediatric EM colleague Dr. Valentino then walked us through current recommendations on the approach to the febrile infant.  In the last hour, Dr. Iparraguirre gave us a lecture on the approach to rashes in the ED.  The conference then concluded with an R4 clinical soap box lecture by Dr. Dang on the history of cannabis and medical marijuana, as well as the research behind its current use.  

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