46th edition. The EMS block has concluded. Finish your Rosh Quizzes by tomorrow in order to be counted towards the championship. We are now starting the HemeOnc block.
PPE Selfies – I would like to come up with some way to send thanks to my friend that allowed us to obtain all of the half respirators. Please send me a picture of you at work in your half mask with the pink cartridges. Obviously keep any patient identifying information out of the frame. I was thinking of having people hold up a piece of paper that says “Thank You” or something along those lines. I’m open to suggestions. Send these to my work phone: 540-855-4994.
Substance Abuse Modules – are available on the google drive under educational content > psych. Please watch these and go over the slides if you did not make it to lecture. Leslie needs a copy of your pre-test in addition to an evaluation for EACH MODULE. Yes, each module. Old Items:Resident Respirators –if you have not had a chance, go to employee health to get a replacement p100 cartridge for our half mask respirators. These are half the size of the pink cartridges so a little lighter to wear. Go now while supplies last.
COVID-19 – continue to check the main residency drive > COVID-19 folder. I will continue to upload all the important documents as they are sent out.
- Attendings – if you want access to this folder send me your personal email address and I will send you a link to view.
- COVID-19 Links – is a document I made to keep track of the best resources to stay up to date. It is in the drive folder.
Academic To-Do: EMS/Wilderness Block
Interns – Foundations modules for this month are 27 Endo, 28 HemeOnc, 30 ImmunoDerm
|Endocrine & Metabolic – Foundations of Emergency MedicineTo create a free, open-access, comprehensive Emergency Medicine curriculum that will serve as the educational gold standard within our specialty.foundationsem.com|
Rosen’s: Chapters 116, 117, 118, 120Hippo: electrolytes, DKA/HHS, Thyroid
28 HemeOnc – https://foundationsem.com/hematology-oncology/
|Hematology & Oncology – Foundations of Emergency MedicineUnit Topics & Framework Traditional Textbook High-Yield Texts Multimedia; Heme / Onc: Hematologic Emergencies, Emergent Complications of Malignancy Approach to Sickle Cell Crisisfoundationsem.com|
Rosen’s: Chapters 111, 112, 114, 115Hippo: platelets, RBCs, Leukemia
30 ImmunoDerm – https://foundationsem.com/immunology-dermatology/
|Immunology & Dermatology – Foundations of Emergency MedicineFoundations 1 | Foundations 2 Foundations 1 Foundations 2 Mouse over each Article under Primary Literature to see the full titlefoundationsem.com|
Rosen’s: 108, 109, 110Hippo: Derm, Immuno
PGY2/3 –Either Immune, Derm, or Endocrine
|ALiEM Approved Instructional Resources (AIR) – ALiEMUWelcome to the Approved Instructional Resources (AIR) series, exclusively sponsored by the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)!Since 2014, this series has curated and graded open-access blog posts and podcasts in the field of emergency medicine (EM) over the previous 12 months to identify high quality, social media-based, educational resources for EM residents.www.aliemu.com|
Conference:ZOOM SESSION – continues this week. Details to follow.
PGY 2/3 – Block 12 is published. Take a look and let us know if you see any issues. Block 13 will be finalized in the this week.
Podcast of the Week:
EM:RAP did a breaking news podcast week that was an update to vent management in COVID. It’s very good and worth a listen. This was done by Haney Mallemat, MD who is an attending at Cooper Health so I am a little biased. https://www.emrap.org/episode/emrap2020april7/emrap2020april
|April 2020 – EM:RAP 2020 April 27th Breaking News – Ventilator Management Update – EM:RAP 2020 April 27th Breaking News – Ventilator Management Update | EM:RAPEpisode Guidewww.emrap.org|