• Kanapicki, Jennifer; Shah, Shradha.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:04:30). Board review: procedures & skills / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:49:45). Otologic emergencies / Dr. Shradha Shah.
  • Caldwell, Nolan; Campen, Cynthia J.; Lindquist, Ben; Tonna, Joseph E.; Wang, Wilson.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:01:30). Intracranial and other CNS lesions (Interim lecture: intracranial and other central nervous system lesions) / Dr. Ben Lindquist -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:37:50). Code 3 baby (Congenital heart disease) / Dr. Nolan Caldwell -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:30:20). Key considerations in the practice of emergency medicine in developing contexts: a story of two pediatric hospitals in Liberia (Pediatric emergency medicine in Liberia) / Dr. Wilson Wang -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:39:00). Acute seizure management (Pediatric neurology/neurooncology, pediatric seizure) / Dr. Cynthia J. Campen -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:36:45). Metabolic & endocrine emergencies (Senior talk 6: endocrine emergencies) / Dr. Joseph E. Tonna.
  • Bailey, Yvonne; Craig, David A.; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Lei, Charles; Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.; Schott, Meghan; Steele, Brianne; Strehlow, Matthew.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:04:15). How to prepare for the written boards (Board review) / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:35:50). M&M (M & M) / Dr. Meghan Schott, Dr. Yvonne Bailey, Dr. Charles Lei -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:38:50). Low risk chest pain: ADPs, CPOUs, and stress studies (Accelerated diagnostic protocols and rapid rule-outs) / Dr. Matthew Strehlow -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:44:20). Fever in travelers: what you need to know (Fever in the returning traveler) / Dr. S.V. Mahadevan -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:31:30). Big trouble in little Cooper (Trauma team) / Dr. Brianne Steele, Dr. David Craig.
  • D'Souza, Peter; Grover, Casey A.; Hunter-Behrend, Michelle; Hwang, Calvin; Jones, Robert; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Schultz, Geoffrey M.; Sternbach, George L.
    7:30-8:25 AM (00:00:25). ED/Radiology Interdisciplinary Series #2 / Robert Jones, Geoffrey Schultz, Casey Grover, Rads Team: ED/Radiology -- 8:25 AM - 8:50 AM (00:55:50). Intern Lecture: Sedation Primer: Overview of Sedative-Hypnotic Agents (Ch. 149) / Michelle Hunter-Behrend -- 8:50 AM - 9:30 AM (01:19:14). Mystery and Classic Series / G. Sternbach -- 9:30-10:30 AM (01:57:10). Trauma Grand Rounds 4 / Peter D'Souza -- 10:30-11:30 AM (02:53:26). ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 4 / Calvin Hwang, Tsuyoshi Mitarai (no video).
  • D'Souza, Peter; Guest, Christopher; Lobo, Viveta; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Newberry, Jennifer A.; Schreiber, Donald H.; Shea, Kate; Sternbach, George L.; Turchi, Claire.
    Part 1. -- 7:30-8:00am: Mock Orals Prep / C. Turchi, et al. -- 8:00-8:45am: Sternbach 3: Mystery and Classic Cases / G. Sternbach -- 8:45-9:30am: USQA Pearls and Pitfalls / US Team -- 9:30-10:30am: Trauma Team / P. D'Souza, K. Newberry, C. Guest -- Part 2. -- 10:30-11:30am: ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 6 / Y. Mitarai, K. Shea -- 11:30am-12:00pm: PE Management / D. Schreiber.
  • Bucks, Colin; Elder, Joshua; Khanna, Kajal; Schott, Meghan; Shaheen, Michael; Wang, Nancy Ewen.
    8:00-9:00am: Interesting Peds Cases & Follow-up / Elder, Shaheen -- 9:00-10:00am: Pediatric Disasters / Bucks -- 10:00-11:00am: Dr. Dorsey Bass: Pediatric GI Emergencies / Wang, Khanna -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk 8: Plain Film Findings Not To Miss / Schott.
  • Bailey, Yvonne; Jones, Bobby; Jou, Ronald; Lobo, Viveta; Masek, Kevin; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Polen, Lauren A.; Schreiber, Donald H.
    7:30-8:30am: USQA Pearls and Pitfalls / Lobo, US Team -- 8:30-9:30am: EM/Radiology Interdisciplinary Series 3 / Masek, Jones -- 9:30-10:30am: The Trauma Patient In Extremis / Dr. Ronald Jou -- 10:30-11:30am: ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 5 / Mitarai, Polen -- 11:30am-12:00pm: Residency Updates / Residents, Program Leadership.
  • Bruzoni, Matias; Cornfield, David; Higbee, Rebecca; Lu, Teng; Steele, Brianne.
    8:00-9:00am: Interesting Peds Cases & Follow-up / Lu, Higbee -- 9:00-10:00am: APLS Surgical Emergencies / Dr. Matias Bruzoni -- 10:00-11:00am: Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension / Dr. David Cornfield -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk 10: How EM Doctors Think: Avoiding Pitfalls in The Thought Process / Steele.
  • 8:00-9:00am: Interesting Peds Cases & Follow-up / Lu, Higbee -- 9:00-10:00am: APLS Surgical Emergencies / Dr. Matias Bruzoni -- 10:00-11:00am: Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension / Dr. David Cornfield -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk 10: How EM Doctors Think: Avoiding Pitfalls in The Thought Process / Steele.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Residency Updates / Residency Leadership -- 8:00-9:00am: Interesting Peds Cases & Follow-up / DiTullio, Badowski -- 9:00-10:00am: APLS Child Abuse / Wang, Khanna, Dr. John Stirling -- 10:00-11:00am: Pediatric Dermatology / Wang, Khanna, Dr. Latanya Benjamin -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk 11: Approach to the Transplant Patient (Ch 75, 114) / Avila.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Residency Hot Topics / Williams -- 8:00-9:00am: M & M / Gharahbaghian, Widdison , Ludlow -- 9:00-10:00am: Grand Rounds: Dr. Richard Nelson, ABEM Updates / Dr. Richard Nelson -- 10:00-11:00am: Grand Rounds: Grand Rounds: Dr. Richard Nelson, Legal Landmines / Dr. Richard Nelson -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Team / D Souza, Tonna, Foy.
  • 7:30-8:00am: CCC, Introduction to Milestones Part 2 / Residents, Program Leadership -- 8:00-9:00am: Interesting Peds Cases & Follow-up / Mulkerin, Masson -- 9:00-10:00am: APLS Metabolic Emergencies / Wang, Khanna, Buitenhuys -- 10:00-11:00am: PICU Cases / Wang, Khanna, Dr. Saraswati Kache -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk 12: ED Triage Systems and Efficiency in the ED / Chang.
  • 7:30-8:30am: ED/Radiology Interdisciplinary Series 4 / Grover, Schultz, Rads Team -- 8:30-9:30am: Sternbach 4: Mystery and Classic Series / Sternbach -- 9:30-10:30am: Trauma Team / D Souza, Bailey, Chao -- 10:30-11:30am: ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 7 / Mitarai, Craig -- 11:30am-12:00pm: Residency Updates / Residents, Program Leadership.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Chief's Corner and New Academic Year Announcements / Caldwell, Chao, Fontes, Ladd, Program Leadership -- 8:00-9:00am: M&M / Fontes, Hwang, Gharahbaghian -- 9:00-10:00am: Grand Rounds: Getting the Evidence - The Challenge of Medicine in Tough Global Environments / Auerbach -- 10:00-11:00am: Grand Rounds: Teaching and Supervising in the ED: Tips and Challenges / Auerbach -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Team / Polen , Shaheen, D Souza.
  • 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Caldwell, Chao, Fontes, Ladd -- 8:15-9:00am: R2 lecture / Masson, Khanna -- 9:00-10:00am: APLS / Khanna -- 10:00-11:00am: Peds EM / Khanna -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Fast Track EM: Common complaints and management / Masek.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Chief's Corner / Caldwell, Chao, Fontes, Ladd -- 8:00-9:00am: M&M / Craig, Guest, Gharahbaghian, Fontes -- 9:00-10:00am: Grand Rounds: Tom Sugarman, CAL/ACEP President / T. Sugarman -- 10:00-11:00am: Grand Rounds: Tom Sugarman, CAL/ACEP President / T. Sugarman -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Team / Foy, Lindquist, D Souza.
  • 8:15-9:00am: R2 lecture (Peds topic): Phillips (R2): Evidence-Based Approach to Pediatric Fever, 2013 / Phillips, Khanna.
  • Joshi, Nikita,; Kanapicki, Jennifer.
    7:30-9:00am: Board Review (Interns) / J. Kanapicki, N. Joshi.
  • Chao, Alice; Estes, Molly; Fontes, Kristin E.; Lu, Teng; Perera, Phillips; Sternbach, George L.; Strehlow, Matthew.
    7:30-8:00am: Avian Flu and Other Important Viral Infections / Estes -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Caldwell, Chao, Fontes, Ladd -- 8:15-9:00am: Mystery and Classic Cases: "Kaboom!" / Sternbach -- 9:00-10:00am: Grand Rounds (ACEP Talks): Imaging in the Pregnant Patient; CT Pearls/Pitfalls: Phil Perera / Perera -- 10:00-11:00am: Grand Rounds (ACEP Talks): Acute Heart Failure: Saving Your Drowning Patient / Strehlow -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Conference / Fontes, Lu.
  • Brown, Ian; Dalton, Thomas; Joshi, Nikita; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Sattar, Ayesha; Sternbach, George L.
    7:30-8:15am: Mystery and Classic Case Series: "The Magical Mystery Case is Coming to Take You Away" / Sternbach -- 8:15-9:00am: Choice and Timing of Reperfusion Therapy in STEMI / Brown -- 10:00-11:00am: Advanced EKGs / Dalton -- 9:00-10:00am: EKG Case Vignettes / Dalton, Sattar -- 11:00am-11:30am: Board Review Trauma / Kanapicki -- 11:30am-12:00pm: Musculoskeletal Board Review / Joshi.
  • Alvarez, Al'ai; Lippert, Suzanne; Masek, Kevin; Masson, Ronald; Roberts, Gary K.; Smith-Coggins, Rebecca.
    7:30-8:15am: Rookie Mistakes To Avoid: Tough Lessons Learned / Alvarez -- 8:15-9:00am: Wilderness Medicine Emergencies / Lipman -- 9:00-10:00am: Grand Rounds: Starbuck, Stairmasters and Sleep: Strategies for Success / Smith-Coggins -- 10:00-11:15am: Grand Rounds: Introduction to Wound Ballistics--Pathophysiology of Penetrating Trauma / Roberts -- 11:15am-12:00pm: Trauma Case: Multiple Gun Shot Wounds / Masek, Masson.
  • Chao, Alice; Destino, Lauren; Kaufman, Elizabeth; Lindquist, Ben; Shaw, Richard J.; Shea, Kate.
    7:30-8:00am: Intern Lecture: Kaufman: Acute Compartment Syndrome / Kaufman -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Chao -- 8:15-9:00am: R2 lecture (Peds topic): Neurologic Emergencies / Lindquist -- 9:00-10:00am: Peds EM: Pediatric Psychological Emergencies / Shaw -- 10:00-11:00am: Peds EM: Bronchiolitis - New Guidelines / Destino -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Senior Talk: Shea: Mountain Medicine / Shea.
  • Foy, Steven; Jones, Robert; Ladd, Eric; Lu, Teng; Phillips, Andrew W.; Polen, Lauren A.; Schertzer, Kimberly.
    7:30-8:15am: EM/Rads Collaborative Series: CT Abdomen/Pelvis / Polen, Jones -- 8:15-8:30am: Chief's Corner / Ladd -- 8:30-9:30am: M&M / Foy, Lu -- 9:30-10:30am: A Team-based Approach to Trauma / Schertzer -- 10:30-11:30am: ED-ICU Conference: More than Meets the Subarachnoid Space / Phillips.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Intern Lecture: Chang: Gynecologic Infections / Chang -- 8:00-9:00am: International EM Series: Down Wit' OPP / Mianzo -- 9:00-10:00am: Pearls and Pitfalls When scanning - Top Ten / Jammal.
  • Acker, Peter; Auerbach, Paul S.; Cowan, Rob; Cullnan, Erin; Lin, Brian W.; Ludlow, John; Sales, Chris.
    8:00-8:30am: Global Health: Ethics and Opportunities / Acker -- 8:30-9:30am: Slit Lamp 101: How to turn it on...and off / Sales -- 9:30-10:30am: Putting the Pieces Back Together: Advanced Wound Closure in the ED / Lin -- 10:30-11:30am: Primary Headache Treatment in the Emergency Department, or, When a Headache Patient Comes to the ED / Cowan -- 11:30am-12:30pm: Urogenital Trauma / Ludlow, Cullnan.
  • Caldwell, Nolan; Hunter-Behrend, Michelle; Hwang, Calvin; Newman, Beverley; Wang, David.
    7:30-8:00am: Pediatric Vaccinations, 2013: Clinical Competency Beyond the Immunization Schedule / Wang -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Caldwell -- 8:15-9:00am: Pediatric ENT Emergencies / Hunter-Behrend -- 9:00-10:00am: Pediatric Chest Xray interpretation / Newman -- 10:00-11:00am: The Ouchless ED: Pediatric Pain Management and Sedation / Dannenberg -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Reversal of Novel Anticoagulation / Hwang.
  • 7:30-8:00am: Board Review: Toxicology and Renal / Joshi -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Chao -- 8:15-9:00am: Pearls and Pitfalls: -- First Trimester Bedside Ultrasound / Ennis -- Ocular Ultrasound / Jammal -- 9:00-10:00am: Global Health & Emergency Care / Reynolds -- 10:00-11:00am: Medical Legal Considerations in EM / Lin -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Burn Baby Burn: Burn & Inhalational Injury / Bailey, Badowski.
  • Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Perera, Phillips.
    Advanced Topics in EM Ultrasound / Phillips Perera. Lecture preceding the All Hands Ultrasound Lab: All faculty/residents; multi-institutional.
  • DiTullio, Alexandra; Gutierrez, Kathleen M.; Jeng, Susy; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Ladd, Eric; Polen, Lauren A.
    7:30-8:00am: Board Review: Toxicology / Kanapicki -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Ladd -- 8:15-9:00am: Pediatric GI Bleeds / DiTullio -- 9:00-10:00am: Pediatric Headache in the ED / Jeng -- 10:00-11:00am: Infectious Disease: Laboratory Diagnosis of Pediatric Pathogens / Gutierrez -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Illicit Drug Exposures: New and Old / Polen.
  • 7:30-8:00am : Gynecologic pain and vaginal bleeding : with a focus on the pregnant patient / Klyce -- 8:00-9:00am : The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program / Williams -- 9:00-10:00am : ED Management of Maxillofacial Trauma Injury / Lorenz -- 10:00-11:15am : Disruptive Forces Affecting the Emergency Department Operations / S. Shen -- 11:15am-12:00pm : Extremity Injury-- trauma conference / Chao, Craig.
  • 7:30-8:00am : Food and Water-Borne Infections / Ortega -- 8:00-8:45am : How to read ECG : basic interpretation to call a good cardiology consult / Fontes -- 8:45-9:00am: Announcements / Williams -- 9:00-9:45am : The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER). Part 2 / Williams -- 10:00-11:00am : Febrile UTI in infants : myths, truths and everything in between / Schroeder -- 11:00am-12:00pm : Acute valvular emergencies / Foy.
  • Chao, Alice; Chong, Ian; Erickson, Timothy B.; Fontes, Kristin E.; Hwang, Calvin; Mulkerin, William; Polen, Lauren A.
    7:30-8:00am : The Body invasion / Chong -- 8:00-9:00am : M&M / Polen, Chao, Fontes -- 9:00-10:00am : Toxicology & Drugs of Abuse: A Spectrum of stimulant Abuse-- What's New on the Streets? / T. Erickson -- 10:00-11:00am : It's time for Critical Updates in Toxicology! / T. Erickson -- 10:00-11:00am : Trauma Conference / Hwang, Mulkerin.
  • Mattu, Amal.
    8:00-9:00am: Case Presentation / Mattu -- 9:00-10:00am: Everyday Leadership: Lessons from Great Minds Though the Ages / Mattu -- 10:00am-12:00pm: Research Day! / various.
  • Caldwell, Nolan; DiTullio, Alexandra; Fontes, Kristin E.; Ladd, Eric; Ludlow, John.
    8:00-9:00am: M&M Conference / Ludlow, Caldwell, Fontes -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Talk: All Bleeding Stops...Eventually / DiTullio, Ladd.
  • Bailey, Yvonne; Bernstein, Edward; Ladd, Eric; Lunstead, Julie; Shaheen, Michael.
    11:00am-12:00pm: Bites and Stings / Bailey. 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Ladd -- 8:15-9:00am: Common Neonatal Emergencies / Shaheen -- 9:00-10:00am : Building a Relationship between Emergency Medicine and Public Health Research and Practice / Bernstein -- 10:00-11:00am : Massachusetts Statewide Dissemination of ED-SBIRT/ASSERT: Lessons Learned Blending Research and Practice / Bernstein, Lunstead -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Bites and Stings / Bailey.
  • Auerbach, Paul S.; Caldwell, Nolan; Elder, Joshua; Fontes, Kristin E.; Mulkerin, William; Norris, Robert L.; Smith-Coggins, Rebecca; Zachariah, Sybil.
    7:30-8:00am: Treatise of the Heart / Zachariah -- 8:00-9:00am: M&M: June 2014 / Elder, Mulkerin, Fontes -- 9:00-11:00am: Careers in Academic Emergency Medicine / Norris, Auerbach, Smith-Coggins --P227 11:00am-12:00pm: Trauma Team: June 2014 aka "I have an ORAL fixation" / Caldwell, Elder.
  • Bucks, Colin; Elder, Joshua; Higbee, Rebecca; Krane, Elliot J.; Lindquist, Ben; Shipley, Kayla.
    7:30-8:00am: Discharge: The Verb not the Noun *no audio / Bucks -- 8:00-8:15am: Chief's Corner / Lindquist -- 8:15-9:00am: Pitfalls in Pediatric Orthopedics / Higbee -- 9:00-10:00am: Pediatric Pain / Krane -- 10:00-11:00am: Topics in Pediatric EM: Pediatric Foreign Bodies / Shipley -- 11:00am-12:00pm: How to Read a Pediatric ECG / Elder.
  • Cullnan, Erin; Hunter, Michelle; Leroux, Eric; Lipman, Grant S.; Quinn, James; Shipley, Kayla; Welle. Dana; Williams, Sarah R.
    7:30-9:00am: Residency Town Hall: 15 New Interns ... Strategizing for the Future / Williams **no audio -- 9:00-10:00am: M&M / Cullnan, Leroux -- 10:00-10:30am: Point/Counterpoint! / Lipman, Quinn -- 10:30-11:00am: Peer Support After Critical Events / Welle **no audio -- 11:00am-12:00pm: In Your Face: Emergency Department Care of Maxillofacial Trauma / Hunter, Shipley.
  • Kohn, Michael A.
    8:00-11:00am: Research Day! / various -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Using Randomized Trials Like MR CLEAN to Quantify Treatment Effects / Kohn.
  • Carter, Kiersten; Chong, Ian; Estes, Molly; Herbert, Mel E.; Neugarten, Carter; Sternbach, George L.; Williams, Sarah R.
    7:30-8:00am: Boards Review: Abdominal and GI Disorders / Neugarten -- 8:00-8:30am: EKG for the EM Doc: Tachydysrhythmias / Carter -- 8:30-9:00am: Prometheus / Sternbach -- 9:00-10:00am: Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage / Kaufman, Einhorn, Alvarez -- 10:00am-10:30pm: Chief's Corner: Is There a Doctor on Board? / Estes, Chong -- 10:30am-11:00am: Announcement with Q & A / Williams -- 11:00am-11:30am: Ground Round / Herbert -- 11:30am-12:00pm: Ground Round **no audio**.
  • Campen, Cynthia J.; Dalton, Thomas; Govindarajan, Prasanthi; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Patel, Ronak B.; Quinn, James; Strehlow, Matthew; Wang, Nancy Ewen; Yang, Samuel; Zachariah, Sybil.
    7:30-8:00am: Peds EM: Pediatric Stroke / Zachariah, Kanapicki -- 8:00-9:00am: ED Management of Pediatric Metabolic Diseases / Dalton -- 9:00-9:30am: Prehospital Stroke Care Resident Conference / Govindarajan -- 9:30-9:45am: Urbanization, Vulnerable Populations & Humanitarian Crises Research / Patel -- 9:45am-10:00am: Translational Research at the Interface of Sciences: Towards Beside Precision Medicine for Infectious Disease Diagnosis / Yang -- 10:00am-11:00am: Acute Seizure Management / Campen -- 11:00am-11:30am: Faculty Research Day / Wang **no audio** -- 11:30am-11:45am: Semi Research Opportunities / Strehlow -- 11:45am-12:00pm: Research Activities / Quinn.
  • Goodrich, Danielle; Klyce, Victoria Maria; Leroux, Eric; Little, Colin; Nesper, Arica; Perera, Phillips; Pike, Lauren; Reicher, Josh; Smith-Coggins, Rebecca; Strehlow, Matthew; Tsiu, Maria Ortega.
    7:30-8:00am: Systemic Infections / Little -- 8:00-8:30am: Reflection Rounds / Klyce, Leroux, Smith-Coggins **No audio** -- 8:30-9:00am: Upper Extremity Orthopedics: From Forearm to Fingers / Pike, Tsiu, Reicher, Perera -- 9:00-10:00am: Lending a Hand: Traumatic Hand Injuries / Nesper, Goodrich -- 10:00-11:00am: Broken Hearts: The LVAD Patient / Strehlow -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Acute Heart Failure: Updates on Your Drowning Patients / Strehlow **Audio issues last 20 minutes of presentation**
  • Estes, Molly; Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Lee, Hyun-Chul; Leroux, Eric; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Quinn, James; Radler, David; Schreiber, Donald H.; Storch, Ian; Wallingford, Gregory; Zozula, Alexander.
    7:30-8:00am: Hemato-, (Onco-), and Immunologic Disorders / Zozula -- 8:00-8:30am: Atrial Fibrillation: Management in the Emergency Department / Storch **No Audio** -- 8:30-9:30am: Trauma Conference / Radler, Lee -- 9:30-10:30am: Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine / Leroux, Estes, Schreiber, Gharahbaghian -- 10:30-11:30am: EM/ICU Joint Conference / Wallingford, Mitarai -- 11:30am-12:00pm: ESETT (Established Status Epilepticus Trial) and Exception from Informed Consent (EFIC): Pathway to Performing Emergency Research / Quinn.
  • 2012From: NEJM
    Fitch, Michael T.; Manthey David E.; McGinnis, Henderson D.; Nicks, Bret A.; Pariyadath, Manoj.
    N Engl J Med. 2012-03-22; 366(12):e17[video]
    This procedure video demonstrates the use of emergency pericardiocentesis to aspirate fluid in patients with cardiac tamponade.
  • Hering, Bernard J.
  • Maldonado, Yvonne.
  • Fischer, Katrina; Liedtke, Michaela.
  • Neinstein, Lawrence S.
  • Briese, Beau.
  • Sue Johnson, EdD.
    Sue Johnson demonstrates Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy in an actual couples therapy session. Watch this master therapist and learn how to emotionally engage couples within a structured, manualized therapy format. In this video, Johnson works with a couple on the brink of divorce. Leslie says she can't take Scott's explosive temper anymore; Scott says he thinks Leslie sees him as "just a mean and nasty guy." Johnson helps Leslie communicate that it is not Scott she can't be close to, but his temper that keeps her away. As Johnson helps Scott explore softer emotions hidden underneath his anger, the couple discovers how difficult it is to traverse this foreign territory. Nonetheless, Johnson's persistent and gentle coaching helps them to take risks and begin to connect in ways they've never experienced before, providing a spark of hope that they can reverse their downward spiral. Keywords: Susan, Johnson, emotionally focused, emotions, divorce, anger, passive-aggressive, passive-aggression, emotion-focused, EFT, separation, separated, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Sue Johnson, EdD.
    Matt and Rhea are dispirited from their frequent fights, and their couples therapist is struggling to contain their heated conflict and help them reconnect with positive feelings. After serving in Iraq as a helicopter pilot, Matt has returned with a PTSD diagnosis and finds himself shutting down emotionally, leaving Rhea feeling hurt, abandoned, and more like an employee than a partner. But her desperate longing to be seen and appreciated comes out as escalating anger, leaving Matt feeling overwhelmed and wanting to withdraw further. Johnson first consults with Matt and Rhea's couples therapist, aided by video clips from prior sessions. Then you'll see Johnson work with this couple in a brilliant demonstration of the subtlety and efficacy of EFT. In a single session, she helps them conceptualize their conflicts in attachment terms, gain an understanding of their negative cycle, and begin to reveal some of the vulnerable feelings that underlie their explosive anger. Commentary before, during, and after the consultation and session provides insight into her approach. Keywords: EFT, PTSD, anger, conflict, supervision, consultation, emotional, emotion, emotions, passive-aggressive, passive-aggression, nagging, trauma, yelling, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jorgensen, Rebecca.
    Sessions: 1 - 3 Sandra and Carl begin therapy with a number of active conflicts, from whether to sell their boat to where they want to live. Sandra complains that Carl doesn't express his emotions, commenting "it's like being with a cardboard character." Meanwhile Carl is fearful that he cannot provide what Sandra needs, and feels that Sandra's greater emotional acumen makes it difficult for him to share. In these first sessions, Jorgensen works to quickly develop an alliance with the couple, which enables them to begin to explore the hurt, fear and sadness that lie just under the surface of their disagreements. She identifies the couple's negative interaction cycle in the first session, and begins to reframe the problem as rooted in underlying feelings and unmet needs. In the third session, their negative cycle becomes clearer as it is repeatedly enacted, and we witness Jorgensen demonstrate key skills necessary for Stage 1 EFT work, particularly her deft handling of their emotional reactivity. She is able to interrupt their conflicts before they spin out of control, and create space for them to experience a novel way of interacting. Although Carl and Sandra are both fearful about expressing their feelings directly to one another, they begin to share touching moments of closeness during these early sessions.
  • Jorgensen, Rebecca.
    Sessions: 4 - 6 Carl and Sandra's relationship begins to show important signs of progress. In their fourth session, the couple is slow to admit the primary emotions that underlie their complaints. By empathically validating the pain and confusion Sandra and Carl feel while reframing their experiences as part of their cycle, Jorgensen creates a space that enables Carl to come out of his withdrawn, defensive stance and admit that he does not express his care for Sandra. Carl's emergence marks a turning point for the couple, and Jorgensen plants the seed for softening Sandra's pursuer role by reflecting, "you don't quite know how to run to Carl's arms when you're distressed." Over the next two sessions, the couple begins to assimilate the cycle as the root of their problem, and with Jorgensen's guidance, they soften considerably toward one another. Sandra reflects that she is now able to look at Carl in session, though she still has difficulty revealing why that has been so painful. The moments of connection between Sandra and Carl increase, as they both acknowledge that they do not want to be without the other. In a heartening sign of the headway they have made, Sandra expresses her excitement about the adventure of creating a new relationship with Carl, even as the prospect is very frightening for her.
  • Jorgensen, Rebecca.
    Sessions: 7 - 10 By now Sandra and Carl have become much more comfortable acknowledging their attachment needs, but the powerful emotions driving their cycle still elude them. Jorgensen continues to probe with evocative questions, which guide the couple to explore intensely vulnerable feelings of longing, fear, and rejection. Sandra and Carl's willingness to cover such painful territory is fortified by the visible warmth that has blossomed between them over the preceding weeks. As the therapy progresses into the eighth and ninth sessions, Sandra's deep attachment fear becomes more obvious. She struggles to feel Carl's love for her, even as he explains, "I don't want to be the next person in your life who lets you down." These sessions exemplify the evolution into Stage 2 EFT, as Jorgensen works to soften Sandra's pursuit and pull Carl out of his withdrawn position. When Carl tells her how difficult it is to say that he needs her love, Sandra finally lets her guard down and exclaims, "I feel like I'm rolling through the flowers with you!" Jorgensen has helped the couple lay the groundwork for a new relationship, but the couple still has a lot of work ahead of them. As wanderlust calls them to pull up stakes and voyage on to greener pastures, the focus of their last session turns to how they can continue their work going forward. And while the therapy may not have reached an ideal stage for the couple, it has provided them with a new perspective, instilled them with hope, and set them on a trajectory toward a deeper connection with each other.
  • Frank Pittman, MD.
    Pittman begins by laying the foundation for his light-hearted, playful approach to the serious endeavor of helping families in crisis. Then you'll observe him work with Susan and Tom, a married couple who disagrees about how to parent Tom's ten-year-old daughter. As Pittman offers practical solutions to the various problems the couple presents, he uncovers the layers of resistance to change, including Tom's lack of role-modeling for how to be an effective and involved parent and husband. With optimism and humor, Pittman helps Tom recognize the power he has to make positive changes so that he can be the father and partner he longs to be. Concluding with a lively discussion with an audience of therapists, Pittman shares what he has learned over his forty years working with couples and families in every imaginable crisis. A great role-model for making therapy fun, Pittman shows therapists how to maintain a sense of hopefulness with even the most distressed families. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: parent, parenting, step-parent, empower, empowering, humor, humour, empowerment, adolescent, pre-teen, Pittman, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Weiss, Larry D.
  • Rod Mullen.
    Mullen explores the evolution of encounter groups beginning with the first groups created by Synanon founder Chuck Dederich in the 1950s. Mullen discusses the essential elements of these first groups including honesty, authenticity and mutual self-help-elements that are still core to encounter groups today. He highlights that although the brutal confrontational style of the first groups have softened, the commitment to hold oneself and other accountable remains central. He also discusses the challenges that face encounter groups and offers guidance on how to work within managed care systems while holding on to the traditions that make encounter groups such an effective means for change. Keywords: encounter, groups, group, encounter group, encounter groups, Rod Mullen, addiction, addictions, substance, abuse, use, continuing education, counselor, counselors, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Rod Mullen.
    Mullen walks us through several groups to show us what works and what does not work when facilitating an encounter group. He warns us of several traps facilitators can fall into: dominating the group, getting into power struggles, not being prepared or knowing the group members, and leading groups that are too large and don't go deep enough. Through numerous vignettes, he illustrates solutions to these common problems, and offers words of experience and wisdom to the encounter group facilitator: know your people, be prepared, get feedback, and listen, listen, listen! Keywords: encounter, groups, group, encounter group, encounter groups, Rod Mullen, addiction, addictions, substance, abuse, use, continuing education, counselor, counselors, therapists, psychot, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Rod Mullen.
    Mullen discusses several key components to fostering growth and change in groups. He first explores the marathon group and how these day or weeklong sessions can bring participants into deeper understanding of themselves and what they need to change. He then discusses the importance of moral growth and ways in which facilitators can lead groups that foster moral growth by providing credible role models, healthy levels of conflict, role-reversal, and the teaching of responsibility. Finally, Mullen discusses the prevalence of PTSD among addicts and how encounter groups offer opportunities to heal from childhood abuse. Keywords: encounter, groups, group, encounter group, encounter groups, Rod Mullen, addiction, addictions, substance, abuse, use, continuing education, counselor, counselors, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Pincus, Stephanie.
  • Owens, Douglas K.
  • Kessler, David A.
  • Owens, Douglas K.
  • Fauci, Anthony S.
  • Hoffman, Andrew R.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Mahmoud Torabinejad, DMD, MSD, PhD, Professor and Program Director, Department of Endodontics, School of Dentistry, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, Richard E. Walton, DMD, MS, Professor Emeritus, Department of Endodontics, The University of Iowa, College of Dentistry, Iowa City, Iowa, Ashraf F. Fouad, BDS, DDS, MS, Department of Endodontics, Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland.
    The biology of dental pulp and periradicular tissues / Graham Rex Holland, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Protecting the pulp and promoting tooth maturation / Ashraf F. Fouad, Anthony J. Smith -- Endodontic microbiology / José F. Siqueira, Jr., Ashraf F. Fouad -- Pulp and periapical pathosis / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Shahrokh Shabahang -- Diagnosis, treatment planning and systemic considerations / Richard E. Walton, Ashraf F. Fouad -- Interaction between the general dentist and the endodontist / Ashraf F. Fouad, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Endodontic-periodontic interelationship / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Ilan Rotstein -- Longitudinal tooth fractures / Eric M. Rivera, Richard E. Walton -- Local anesthesia / Al Reader, John M. Nusstein, Richard E. Walton -- Endodontic emergencies and therapeutics / Paul D. Eleazer, Paul A. Rosenberg -- Management of traumatic dental injuries / Nestor Cohenca -- Endodontic radiography / Richard E. Walton, Ashraf F. Fouad -- Endodontic instruments / Van T. Himel, Kent A. Sabey -- Internal anatomy / Richard E. Walton, Eric J. Herbranson -- Isolation, endodontic access, and length determination / William T. Johnson, Anne E. Williamson -- Cleaning and shaping / Ove A. Peters, W. Craig Noblett -- Preparation for restoration / Charles J. Goodacre, Harold H. Messer -- Obturation / James C. Kulild, Bekir Karabucak -- Procedural accidents / Mahmoud Torabinejad, James D. Johnson -- Retreatment / George Bogen, Robert Handysides -- Endodontic surgery / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Bradford R. Johnson -- Evaluation of endodontic outcomes / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Shane N. White -- Single implant / Mohammad A. Sabeti, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Bleaching discolored teeth / Ilan Rotstein, Richard E. Walton -- Geriatric endodontics / Richard E. Walton -- Appendix. Pulpal anatomy and access preparations / Lisa R. Wilcox.
  • From: NEJM
    Gordon, Paul R.
    N Engl J Med. 2009-12-24; 361(26):e61[video]
    Endometrial biopsy is an office-based method for evaluating the tissue lining of the uterus. The many indications for endometrial biopsy include abnormal uterine bleeding, postmenopausal bleeding, amenorrhea for a year or longer, evaluation of infertility, evaluation of uterine response to hormone therapy, and follow-up for a Papanicolaou smear that has shown atypical glandular cells. The video demonstrates the technique of endometrial biopsy.
  • Humphreys, Ian M.
  • Burns, James A.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Robert H. Hawes, Paul Fockens, Shyam Varadarajulu.
    From diagnostic to therapeutic procedures, Endosonography, 3rd Edition is an easy-to-access, highly visual guide covering everything you need to effectively perform EUS, interpret your findings, diagnose accurately, and choose the best treatment course. World-renowned endosonographers help beginners apply endosonography in staging cancers, evaluating chronic pancreatitis, and studying bile duct abnormalities and submucosal lesions. Practicing endosonographers can learn cutting-edge techniques for performing therapeutic interventions such as drainage of pancreatic pseudocysts and EUS-guided anti-tumor therapy. Meticulous updates, electronic access to the fully searchable text, videos detailing various methods and procedures-and more-equip you with a complete overview of all aspects of EUS. Get a clear overview of everything you need to know to establish an endoscopic practice, from what equipment to buy to providing effective cytopathology services.
  • Thébaud, Bernard.
  • 2014From: NEJM
    Conner, Christopher; Ortega, Rafael A.; Rodriguez, Gerardo; Spencer, Caresse A.
    N Engl J Med. 2014-01-16; 370:e4[video]
    "Endotracheal extubation should be performed without causing trauma, while maintaining adequate oxygenation and ventilation. The equipment needed to provide suction, ventilation, and reintubation should be readily available. If extubation is judged to be unsafe, the procedure should be postponed and the patient reevaluated. Most complications related to extubation are preventable. Before performing extubation, the clinician must carefully prepare the medical resources needed to address reasonably foreseeable complications. A failed extubation can lead to a precipitous deterioration in the patient's condition, and attempts to improvise solutions under these challenging circumstances are rarely satisfactory."
  • Marks, Michael P.
  • Sobel, David S.
  • Reid Wilson, PhD.
    Kathleen struggles with anxiety about two main issues: accidentally setting her house on fire, and getting vulnerable relatives sick from her germs. Compelled by pervasive self-doubt, she repeatedly checks to make sure her stove is turned off and washes her hands up to 30 times a day to ward off contamination. This need for absolute certainty also extends to checking her door locks and kitchen faucets, which robs her of valuable time. She tells Wilson this behavior is distressing and time-consuming, yet her belief in the persuasive content of her fears requires Wilson to skillfully manage her ambivalence. In two live sessions with Kathleen, Wilson shows us how a pragmatic assessment, clear protocols for exposure experiments, and a thorough briefing about the insidious nature of OCD can alleviate, rather than validate, the need for reassurance that drives anxiety. With humor and clarity, he passionately encourages Kathleen to rise above the content of her obsessive thoughts and practice moving towards that which she fears, supporting her in learning to tolerate uncertainty. With practice and patience, Kathleen's checking behavior decreases significantly. If you're looking for a fresh understanding of OCD and effective ways to treat its self-reinforcing nature, you'll find it in Wilson's engaging, lively approach. Keywords: Reid Wilson, OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder, strategic treatment, anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, engaging the ambivalent ocd client, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • A discussion and review of SNPs and other genetic variations contained in the Ensembl database and query system.
  • Elder, Andrew.
  • Schoolnik, Gary K.
  • Grimm, Erica.
  • Enns, Gregory M.
  • Berquist, William E.; Nadeau, Kari C.; Nguyen, Christine.
    GI and Allergy-Immunology Collaboration in Care and Presentation. Three case reports were presented by Dr. Berquist. Dr. Nadeau presented allergy evaluation and therapy methods. Dr. Nguyen presented information about the research aspect of the cases.
  • Gersh, Bernard J.
  • Sturgis, Erich M.
  • Moshfeghi, Darius M.; Schoolnik, Gary K.; Simons, Cyrena Torrey.
  • Horwitz, Ralph I.
  • Maahs, David M.
  • Torre-Leon, Carlos.
  • Serra, Joseph B.
  • An online tool for radiology professionals, educators, and students. Medlantis is organized into individual modules that contain video lectures and links to relevant Thieme eRadiology and RadCases content. It is accessible from any computer, tablet, or phone with internet access.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Todd H. Baron, Richard A. Kozarek, David L. Carr-Locke.
    Four Decades : The History of ERCP -- The ERCP Room -- Radiologic Issues and Radiation Safety during ERCP -- Endoscopes, Guidewires, and Accessories -- Sedation in ERCP -- Indications for and Contraindications to ERCP -- Adverse Events of ERCP : Prediction, Prevention, and Management -- ERCP Training -- Preparation for ERCP -- Principles of Electrosurgery -- Quality Issues and Measures in ERCP -- Medicolegal Issues in ERCP -- Cannulation of the Major Papilla -- Access (Precut) Papillotomy -- Sphincter of Oddi Manometry -- Biliary Sphincterotomy -- Balloon Dilation of the Native and Postsphincterotomy Papilla -- Stone Extraction -- Pancreatic Sphincterotomy -- Minor Papilla Cannulation and Sphincterotomy -- Plastic Pancreaticobiliary Stents and Nasopancreaticobiliary Tubes : Concepts and Insertion Techniques -- Biliary Metal Stent Insertion -- Pancreaticobiliary Stent Removal : Migrated and Nonmigrated -- Papillectomy and Ampullectomy -- Pancreatoscopy -- Cholangioscopy -- ERCP in Children -- ERCP in Pregnancy -- ERCP in Surgically Altered Anatomy -- Echoendoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Biliary Drainage -- Endoscopic Ultrasound-Assisted Access to the Pancreatic Duct -- Pancreas Divisum, Biliary Cysts, and Other Congenital Anomalies -- Approach to the Dilated Bile Duct and Pneumobilia -- The Dilated Pancreatic Duct -- Ampullary Neoplasia -- Malignant Biliary Obstruction : Distal -- Malignant Biliary Obstruction of the Hilum and Proximal Bile Ducts -- Indeterminate Biliary Stricture -- Combined Biliary and Duodenal Obstruction -- Benign Biliary Strictures -- Biliary Surgery Adverse Events Including Liver Transplantation -- ERCP for Acute and Chronic Adverse Events of Pancreatic Surgery and Pancreatic Trauma -- Choledocholithiasis -- Pancreaticobiliary Pain and Suspected Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction -- Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Tropical Parasitic Infestations -- Recurrent Pyogenic Cholangitis -- Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas -- Unexplained Acute Pancreatitis -- Biliary Intervention in Acute Gallstone Pancreatitis -- Pancreatic Interventions in Acute Pancreatitis : Ascites, Fistulae, Leaks, and Other Disruptions -- Chronic Pancreatitis : Stones and Strictures -- Endoscopic Drainage of Pancreatic Pseudocysts, Abscesses, and Walled-Off (Organized) Necrosis.
  • Erving Polster, PhD.
    In the psychotherapy profession, there are many experts, but few true masters, and Erving Polster is certainly one of the latter. Weaving together stories from his formative experiences with Fritz and Laura Perls, and significant lessons from his five decades as a psychotherapist, Polster offers in this interview timeless wisdom for new and seasoned therapists alike. Join Polster in this intimate conversation as he explores fundamental Gestalt principles such as the paradoxical theory of change and the importance of the therapeutic relationship, while learning the pitfalls of being a new therapist, such as the dangers of imitating the masters. Enjoy the spontaneous role-play, which highlights Polster's exceptional skill in bringing freshness and aliveness to a session with a highly self-critical client. With surprising revelations such as, "I don't concentrate on the here and now," "I'm not interested in changing anything," and, "I am there to create conflicts," viewers will gain insight into the nuanced perspective of a brilliant, innovative, and free-thinking therapist, while getting a clear understanding of the essence of Gestalt therapy. Most importantly, you'll get a sense of Erv Polster, the person--fully vital in his eighties--and how he brings his full self into his therapeutic work. Keywords: Gestalt, Perls, change, conflict, conflicts, paradox, paradoxical, Erving Polster, Polster, unmotivated, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Reverby, Susan M.
    Discusses the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and presents findings about a lesser known syphilis study in Guatemala in the 1940's funded by the National Institute of Health, under the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS). Grant RG65 was "given to the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (later PAHO) under the direction of the Venereal Disease Research Laboratory of the U.S. PHS with the cooperation of the Ministry of Health of Guatemala, the National Army of the Revolution of Guatemala, the National Mental Health Hospital of Guatemala, and the Ministry of Justice of Guatemala." According the the study director, John C. Cutler, the study was designed "to obtain information about methods of prophylaxis against syphilis and the effect of penicillin in the treatment of syphilis". Guatemala was chosen as the site in part because it offered contained populations difficult to find in the U.S.: Commercial sex workers to deliver infection (prostitution was legal), Prisoners, Mental hospital patients, and Soldiers. At the start of the study in 1946, infected prostitutes were paid to visit prison inmates, but the prisoners' cooperation did not persist and a new population was needed. In 1947 the study moved to the national mental hospital and army barracks where men and women were injected with syphilis and offered penicillin as an antidote. The study ended in 1948 and the results were never broadly disseminated until Dr. Cutler's papers were rediscovered.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    Richard J. Wakefield, Maria-Antonietta D'Agostino.
    pt. 1. Fundamentals of ultrasound in rheumatology -- pt. 2. Spectrum of ultrasound pathology -- pt. 3. Ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of rheumatic diseases -- pt. 4. Ultrasound techniques -- pt. 5. Training and education.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Mark D. Miller, Jennifer A. Hart, John M. MacKnight.
    Noted authority Mark D. Miller, MD, together with a stellar editorial team and numerous contributors representing a breadth of specialty areas within orthopaedics and primary care, offers you the comprehensive, multidisciplinary insight you need to confidently diagnose and treat sprains, fractures, arthritis and bursitis pain, and other musculoskeletal problems, or refer them when appropriate. Videos on DVD demonstrate how to perform 29 joint injections, 7 common physical examinations, a variety of tests, and 6 splinting and casting procedures. Presents multidisciplinary coverage that provides authoritative orthopaedic guidance oriented towards the practical realities of primary care practice.
  • Dant, Chris.
  • Magnus, David C.
  • Magnus, David C.
  • Magnus, David C.
  • Ross, Lainie Friedman.
  • Klein, Lori.
    "Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.

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