Emergency Physicians Monthly has teamed up with the board prep pros at Rosh Review to bring you a mini board review, so that you can test yourself on a regular basis and track your progress. The following is the test – and answers – from the March edition of Emergency Physicians Monthly. Questions about the test? Talk back on Twitter @epmonthly.
Is there a definitive standard?
From hypothermia to dermatology, a preview of some of ACEP’s finest offerings during the ‘07 Scientific Assembly.
Work + Life
Starting from scratch, value in patient sat surveys, and more...
Here we are, day one of Emergency Physicians Monthly's web log project. It was only a matter of time, really; this is the perfect medium for the kind of free dialogue that has always been our mission. EPM is published by a small, single-title publishing house and our editorial is built around your feedback. We are the little guy, the independent mom-and-pop corner store, but we've got big ideas. And with your help, we believe that we can bring more accountability, and eventually some positive change, to emergency medicine.