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Program update
It's an honor to be included among the high-quality EM blogs and podcasts in Brent Thoma's article , in this month's Annals (second line in the figure). But it's also a reminder that blogborygmi.com content has become sparse. More of my on-the-spot EM (and ...
It's an honor to be included among the high-quality EM blogs and podcasts in Brent Thoma's article, in this month's Annals (second line in the figure). But it's also a reminder that blogborygmi.com content has become sparse. More of my on-the-spot EM (and informatics) opinions are posted at ...
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#SAEM14 panel discussions on social media scholarship & clinical decision support
I was very pleased this year to participate on two panels at SAEM in Dallas.  On Thursday, I joined Michelle Lin and (remotely) Rob Cooney for the panel led by Jason Nomura, called "From Twitter to Tenure - Use of Social Media to Advance Your Academic Caree...
On Thursday, I joined Michelle Lin and (remotely) Rob Cooney for the panel led by Jason Nomura, called "From Twitter to Tenure - Use of Social Media to Advance Your Academic Career" (search for DS067 in the program). Jason has posted our session on his blog at his blog, and on YouTube.
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Order Sets & the Art of Medicine
When I was part of Jeff Neilson's illustrious Informatics Research panel at SAEM in Dallas this past spring (we were recently invited back for San Diego next year) I spoke on the topic of simple clinical decision support projects, particularly evidence-base...
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You can go FOAM again
Last month I got on stage at SAEM's Annual Meeting, and said ( among other things ) that excelling at medical education through social networks was a calling - one that I didn't hear. Despite being an early adopter of social media for EM education, it's cle...
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#SAEM14 panel discussions on social media scholarship & clinical decision support
I was very pleased this year to participate on two panels at SAEM in Dallas.  On Thursday, I joined Michelle Lin and (remotely) Rob Cooney for the panel led by Jason Nomura, called "From Twitter to Tenure - Use of Social Media to Advance Your Academic Caree...
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A look at EHR usability - and why some physicians are reluctant to make the leap from paper records (and why the rest of us are hoping for progress)
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Recent piece with Raj Patel on inefficiencies surrounding blood typing and RhIG administration in emergency departments. My favorite part of this was learning about "trauma recidivism." Since Type O-negative blood is hard to come by, in some traumas men are given RhoGAM along with their O+ blood transfusions, in case they need another O+ transfusion down the line.
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#SAEM15 panels
I'm very happy to be in San Diego for SAEM's Annual Meeting - and fortunate to be participating in a few didactic sessions this week. Here are links to the program , slides and references. Tuesday  1-5:30pm - Nautilus 3:  Social Media Bootcamp - led by Bret...
I'm very happy to be in San Diego for SAEM's Annual Meeting - and fortunate to be participating in a few didactic sessions this week. Here are links to the program, slides and references. Tuesday 1-5:30pm - Nautilus 3: Social Media Bootcamp - led by Brett Rosen - slides ...
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Pulse check
Now that Medium's gotten more bloggy  I expect to use it more - for topics too long for a tweet, but too short for an EPMonthly article. So head over to Medium to read a few brief takes - like my  thoughts on Snellen eye chart apps . Or view my Prezi on med...
Now that Medium's gotten more bloggy I expect to use it more - for topics too long for a tweet, but too short for an EPMonthly article. So head over to Medium to read a few brief takes - like my thoughts on Snellen eye chart apps. Or view my Prezi on medical apps for the #AllNYCEM8 conference.
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Coming down on The Night Shift
I've been reviewing episodes of NBC's The Night Shift for EPMonthly. Specifically, I took the pilot, then episodes 5-8, while Dr. Aaron Bright handled episodes 2, 3 and 4. It's not a good show. The plot twists are predictable. The characters are mostly cari...
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Counting clicks
This month, EPMonthly ran an article about the cost of poorly-designed EHR on ED operations . The EPMonthly authors - Augustine and Holstein - ask some good questions and made some good points. But the data they used to ground their piece came from a peer-r...
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thanks, David! I meant to post that, months ago. I don't visit the "drafts" section of the blog as often as I should. 
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Interesting blog by Zoc Doc.
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