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."

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

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.

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

CPR RMIf you listen to proponents of auto-resuscitation devices, you’d think they’re clearly superior to manual CPR. A review of the literature suggests otherwise.

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 prescription opioid overdose epidemic, a virus that makes people stupid, overcrowding in Belfast EDs, and what to do with a pregnant man's drug test.

 

bukata-mugACEP’s newest additions to the Choosing Wisely campaign can appear embarrassingly basic, but the literature shows that these are areas of practice variation that, if improved, would truly help our patients.

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 potential negligence in the Texas Ebola case, the skyrocketing generic drug costs, the medical issues and safety of inmates, and a drug-resistant bacteria found in the trenches of WWI.

Crashcart RMThis week's crop of critical reads from around the web, along with commentary by EPM senior editors. This week we talk about computers that recognize tumors, doctor rating systems, and why we don't take selfies with patients.

billboard RMWe put a man on the moon; surely we can shorten the wait in the emergency department. Two recent studies give practical steps for changing a department’s throughput trajectory.

Popular Authors

  • Greg Henry
  • Rick Bukata
  • Mark Plaster
  • Kevin Klauer
  • Jesse Pines
  • David Newman
  • Rich Levitan
  • Ghazala Sharieff
  • Nicholas Genes
  • Jeannette Wolfe
  • William Sullivan
  • Michael Silverman

Subscribe to EPM