Year-End Wrap Up: Just Do It!

Year-End Wrap Up: Just Do It!

Financial Consult

A swift kick in the pants to get smarter about your investment strategy in the new year

‘Tis the Season... to Donate to Your Hospital?

‘Tis the Season... to Donate to Your Hospital?

Director's Corner

Why you should consider donating to your hospital's foundation this season

Education Unplugged: In Defense of Paper

Education Unplugged: In Defense of Paper

The (Un) Wired ED

Physical medical reference books still hold an important place in many EPs’ hearts

A New Turn for Tourniquets

A New Turn for Tourniquets

Battle-Tested

Tactical tourniquets: new twists on old gear 

Diclegis: Drug Makes 30-Year Comeback

Diclegis: Drug Makes 30-Year Comeback

The Rx Pad

Class A morning sickness drug is back after 30-year absence due to junk lawsuits

The Rest is History (and Physical)

The Rest is History (and Physical)

Soundings

Thoracic ultrasound can be life saving, but it shouldn’t be taken out of context

Mechanical CPR Takes a Thumping

Mechanical CPR Takes a Thumping

Questioning Dogma

'Dramatic results' with mechanical CPR? Better check again.

ACEP 2014 – Revenge of the Nerds

ACEP 2014 – Revenge of the Nerds

Oh Henry

From the exhibit floor to the council meeting, musings on emergency medicine’s biggest circus

ACEP Takes Second Swing at ‘Choosing Wisely’

ACEP Takes Second Swing at ‘Choosing Wisely’

Rick's Reviews

ACEP's obvious list confronts practice variation

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White Coat's Call Room
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Crashcart RMThis week's crop of critical reads from around the web, along with commentary by EPM senior editors. This week we talk about forecasting ED visits using internet data, the impact of supervised visits, the increase of drunks in the ED, and the connotations behind the term "drop-off centers."

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buttkick rmA swift kick in the pants to get smarter about your investment strategy in the new year

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check rmDear Director: My hospital CEO told me to make sure my group is donating to the hospital foundation this year. Don’t I give enough to the hospital every time I take care of an uninsured patient? Why should I be doing this?

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Current Features

books rmPhysical medical reference books (remember those?) still hold an important place in many EPs’ hearts... and in their pockets

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Crashcart RMThis week's crop of critical reads from around the web, along with commentary by EPM senior editors. This week we talk about the new guidelines for severe allergies, a fatal mistake in an Oregon ED, and the effectiveness of the flu shot.

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Current Features

tourn rmOutdated, unsubstantiated fears about tourniquet use need to be put to rest once and for all

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