Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
Leadership Training 1/13/16
Companionate Care 1/20/16
Patient Satisfaction and the Link to Patient Outcomes 1/27/16
Arthur Klienman, the sick role as an Athropological Phenomenon, and how we can apply that knowledge to better understand our chronically ill and difficult patients in the ER 2/3/16
Resident Grand Rounds 2/17/16
Goals of Care conversations in the ED 3/2/16
Music In Emergency Medicine 3/9/16
HUP/CHOP Joint Grand Rounds: Acute Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 3/16/16
Novel Oral Anticoagulants 3/23/16
ACEP Update - What Did I Learn In Residency 4/6/16
Building An Academic Career in Emergency Medicine 4/20/16
SAEM PREP 4/27/16
Feedback 5/4/16
Impact of an ultrasound-based quality improvement program for trauma evaluation at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital" 6/1/16
From Home Safety to Homeland Security 40 years of Pediatric Toxicology 6/8/16
Global Emergency Medicine 6/15/16
Multidisciplinary Clinical Trials - from ED to ICU 6/22/16
Communicable Diseases Risks and Infection Control in the Emergency Department 6/29/16
Community Health Resources 7/6/16
Medical Command Training 7/13/16
Acute Low Back Pain - Permission NOT To Prescribe Opioids in Emergency Department 7/20/16
Management of Hyperglycemic Emergencies and non-emergencies in the ER” 7/27/16
How to Write a Note: A New Look at Something You Do Every Day, But Rarely Think About" 8/3/16
“The Future is Ahead of Schedule - Service, Quality & the Bottom Line" 8/10/16
Superutilizers: Impact and Potential Interventions 8/24/16
Grave Robbing, Flexner, and Future Directions in Medical Education 9/7/16
Critical Care and Emergency Medicine 9/14/16
Sign Right Here & You are Good To Go 10/5/16
Pulmonary Embolism in 2016 10/12/16
A Primer on Extracorporeal Life Support in the ED 11/2/16
Balancing Pain Management and Public Health:Treating Pain Safely in the Era of the Prescription Drug Epidemic 11/9/16
The ABCs of Critical Care Ultrasound 11/16/16
Mitochondrial Bioenergetics and Dynamics 11/30/16
Medical coverage for the 2016 Democratic National Convention 12/7/16
Bedside Teaching Revisited 12/14/16
Establishing Mobile Medical Clinics in Ghana 1/4/17
Communicating Science with Patients, Providers and Policy Makers: the Role of Narratives and Storytelling 1/11/17
EM Disaster Preparedness 1/18/17
Code Status Discussions 2/1/17
Alphabet Soup: Care of LGBT Patients in the Emergency Department and Healthcare System” 2/8/17
"A winding path to emergency medicine and the people that have guided me along the way." 3/1/17
HUP/CHOP Joint Grand Rounds 3/8/17
When Reality TV Plays Out in the ED: Approach to the Difficult Patient Encounter 3/15/17
Unconscious bias - how does it affect your work? How does it affect your life? 3/22/17
The Complexities of Factors Influencing the Risk of Crash Injury in Adolescent and Young Adult Drivers 4/5/17
"Relatives in the Resus Bay: Family Presence During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation" 4/12/17
"Endpoints of Resuscitation: Past, Present, and Future" 4/19/17
Acute DVT cases in the ER 4/26/17
SAEM PREP 5/3/17
Evaluation and Management of Agitation in the Emergency Setting 5/31/17
Simulation within the Emergency Department 6/7/17
STD in Philadelphia 6/14/17
Cognitive Science and their Applications in EM 6/28/17
Medical Command Training 7/12/17
The Philadelphia Medical Examiner's Office 7/19/17
Resident Grand Rounds 7/26/17
Low Risk Febrile Neutropenia 8/2/17
Toss That Sandwich! Rethinking Feedback For Greater Impact 8/9/17
Taking Control of Disasters - an ICS Approach 8/23/17
The Essential Role of Healthcare Quality Improvement 9/20/17
Resident Grand Rounds 10/4/17
Leveraging smartphones for injury prevention: novel interventions for reducing risky cellphone use and drinking while driving 10/18/17
The importance of CPR – in the ER and in the public domain 11/8/17
“Penetrating Trauma: Ballistics and Caveats of Care” 11/15/17
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