Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds This Week


"New Kid on the Block or Original Gangster?"

The Evidence for TXA in various ED presentations

 Thursday, March 26 - 9am - Vic B2-119 - Dr. Drew Thompson and Dr. Natalie Cram


Accreditation Statement:
The Division of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds is a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. This program meets the accreditation criteria of The College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been accredited by Continuing Professional Development, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, for up to 1.0 Mainpro-M1 credits per hour. Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent participating in the educational program. 

All health care professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend

Meet The New Emergency Consultants

  • Dr. Mary Fotheringham is a recent graduate of the FRCP Emergency Medicine program at University of Toronto. She completed medical school at Dalhousie University in Halifax NS. Prior to her medical studies, she completed a BSc at Mount Allison University and an MSc in nationalism studies at the University of Edinburgh. She worked in the field of medical research for five years before starting medical school. Dr. Fotheringham has a special interest in prehospital care, end of life care and QI. Dr. Fotheringham's mentors are Matt Davis, Karen Woolfrey and Mike Peddle.

  • Born and raised in Toronto. My loves in life are two: my dog, Baxter, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. My spare time is spent reading, at the dog park, snowboarding as much as is humanly possible, and with my family (two brothers and a sister). I take a yearly trip to Jamaica to teach bedside ultrasound to physicians from around the country, and hope to bring somebody along next year! Dr. ElHalabi's mentors are Drew Thompson, Ram Reddy and Heather Hames.

March 29, 2015

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Grand Rounds: Dr. Natalie Cram-TXA-New Kid On The Block Or Original Gangsta?
26 March 2015

Drs. Thompson and Cram discuss the latest evidence in tranexamic acid in the emergency department.
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Grand Rounds: Drs. Lesley Cannon & Ram Reddy: Resuscitation of the Morbidly Obese
23 February 2015

Drs. Lesley Cannon & Ram Reddy provide an informative talk about the challenges associated with resuscitating a morbidly obese trauma patient.

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Editor's Note: The audio quality, while mostly good, varies somewhat throughout the video due to audio hardware issues.  My apologies for that.  -AEJ

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11 February 2015

Just a reminder to keep visiting our hub for Point of Care Ultrasound here at EMLondon. You will find educational resources, announcements and a collection of interesting cases. We will be adding more in coming weeks - so please follow us on Twitter @westernsono and online.

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Visiting professor Dr. George Kovacs presents an informative and entertaining look at managing the airway and the psychological factors at work in that environment.

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Grand Rounds: Dr. Brendan Peddle on end-tidal CO2 monitoring in the emergency department
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Dr. Brendan Peddle discusses the use of end tital CO2 monitoring (capnography) in the Emergency Department during this grand rounds.

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