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The Most Trusted News Source in Emergency Medicine An award-winning news magazine for the nation's 37,000 emergency physicians published by Wolters Kluwer, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances, trends, and issues within the field, as well as clinical commentary by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the field, Edwin Leap, MD, Leon Gussow, MD, Jennifer Wiler, MD, Ravi Morchi, MD, Darren Braude, MD, and Graham Walker, MD, among many others. The newspaper features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, and dynamic editorials. Physicians who are registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com. You may also call (800)430-5450 or send an email to [email protected]. You will need your account number, located above your name on your mailing label.

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06/16/2020

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06/12/2020

Sign up for the EMN enews! Not only will you receive the latest news and our online-only columns, but you’ll be entered to win a copy of “EMS Wilderness” by Seth Hawkins, MD.

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Dr. Loice Swisher says describing a fracture in an orthopedist's language can create confidence in your knowledge and he...
06/11/2020

Dr. Loice Swisher says describing a fracture in an orthopedist's language can create confidence in your knowledge and help you make the correct diagnosis, like in the case of this patient who injured his ankle. Learn more at http://bit.ly/EMN-Lions-and-Tigers-and-Bears! #FOAMed

COVID-19 lays bare the racial bias in health care, says Sandra Scott Simons, MD, in this article ahead of print, and it ...
06/10/2020

COVID-19 lays bare the racial bias in health care, says Sandra Scott Simons, MD, in this article ahead of print, and it is EPs’ responsibility to try to understand the hardships that racial disparity creates for patients.

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LucyWillis, MD, risked her life working tirelessly for COVID-19 patients, but a refrigerated truck at her hospital added...
06/08/2020

LucyWillis, MD, risked her life working tirelessly for COVID-19 patients, but a refrigerated truck at her hospital added an unexpected element: guilt. Turns out her fellow EPs were feeling the same. This moving story tells how they’re coping.

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John Anderson, MD, shares a story of a patient who presents with a retained foreign body and how he has to take a second...
06/07/2020
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John Anderson, MD, shares a story of a patient who presents with a retained foreign body and how he has to take a second look. Only in this month’s Physician Grind podcast. Listen in at http://bit.ly/PhysGrind!

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Inserting an ear wick into a swollen canal helps keep medication around longer and assists with healing for otitis exter...
06/04/2020

Inserting an ear wick into a swollen canal helps keep medication around longer and assists with healing for otitis externa, say Dr. James Roberts and Ms. Martha Roberts. Learn more at http://bit.ly/EMN-ProceduralPause! #FOAMed

EP Mark Mosley, MD, MPH, says being a leader is in EPs’ wheelhouse: Carefully assess a COVID-19 vaccine when it finally ...
06/03/2020

EP Mark Mosley, MD, MPH, says being a leader is in EPs’ wheelhouse: Carefully assess a COVID-19 vaccine when it finally arrives and do your best for your patients.

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Dr. Sandra Scott Simons says the world needs the knowledge base and skillset of EPs in face of COVID-19 now more than ev...
06/02/2020
ER Goddess: COVID-19 is What EPs Were Trained For : Emergency Medicine News

Dr. Sandra Scott Simons says the world needs the knowledge base and skillset of EPs in face of COVID-19 now more than ever—not the data entry and patient-pleasing skills they’ve had to acquire, but the real emergency medicine skills that define the specialty.

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EP Maria Paone, MD, writes movingly about losing her mother and aunt to COVID-19 and how her ED colleagues understand wh...
06/01/2020

EP Maria Paone, MD, writes movingly about losing her mother and aunt to COVID-19 and how her ED colleagues understand why she makes bad jokes about her mom almost beating it by eating pepperoni.

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06/01/2020

Be the first to read the latest issue with articles from Drs. James Roberts, Edwin Leap, Christine Butts, Sandra Scott Simons, Leon Gussow, Graham Walker, Thomas Cook, Richard Pescatore, Dan Runde, Michelle Johnston, Michelle Lin, Seth Hawkins, Sarah Frances McClure, Wooten Jones, Sarah Selby, James Chenoweth, Kelly Young, Mark Mosley, Stacy Harmon, Alleh Akbarnia, Alice Lee, Brady Pregerson, Loice Swisher, and Michael Mouw at www.EM-news.com!

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The Most Trusted News Source in Emergency Medicine An award-winning news magazine for the nation's 41,000 emergency physicians published by Wolters Kluwer, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances, trends, and issues within the field, as well as clinical commentary by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the field, Edwin Leap, MD, Leon Gussow, MD, Richard Pescatore, MD, Darren Braude, MD, and Graham Walker, MD, among many others. The newspaper features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, and dynamic editorials. Physicians who are registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com. You may also call (800)430-5450 or send an email to [email protected]. You will need your account number, located above your name on your mailing label.

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