Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds This Week

Case Based Clinical Rounds

Fever In The Returning Traveller

Drs. Kate Hayman and Gary Joubert

Thursday October 16th, 2014
University Hospital – Aud A – 9 AM

All health care professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend

October 21, 2014

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Dr. Kate Hayman: Fever in the returning traveller
15 October 2014

Dr. Kate Hayman takes a rigorous and common-sense approach to fever in the returning traveller.

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Dr. Bourke Tillmann: ECMO in the ED: Madness or The Next Step in resuscitation
09 October 2014

Dr. Bourke Tillmann asks the question that's on the minds of resuscitationists everywhere: Should we be using extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in the ED?

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Dr. Sean Doran: Cognitive interruptions in the emergency and on the flight deck
08 October 2014

Dr. Sean Doran takes an interesting look at the similarities between cognitive interruption in the ED and on the flight deck.

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Grand Rounds: Drs. Riggan & McCauley on Pneumonia In Young, Healthy Adults
20 September 2014

Dr. Bill McCauley joins Dr. Morgan Riggan in discussing cases of pneumonia in young, healthy adults.

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Grand Rounds: Drs. Jacob Pace & Karalyn Church on C-Spine Injuries & Their Imaging
25 September 2014

Drs. Jacob Pace and Karalyn Church discuss the fine points of C-Spine injuries and how best to image. Should you skip to CT most of the time?

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Grand Rounds video: Live streaming our way into 2014
20 September 2014

Hello friends,

Abstract: Grand rounds are now broadcast live. You can now watch grand rounds without pants and not fear judgement or arrest. Also, if you're in the room, don't be silly. Oh, and patient confidentiality.

Yesterday marked the first time that we (or anybody in the world for that matter) broadcasted Emergency Medicine rounds live to the world. It went well with only a few hitches, and will continue indefinitely.

Where can I get it?
We will be posting the rounds to the EML front page each week, but you can look for them also on our youtube page. This week's rounds are already up.

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