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#SAEM16 panels
SAEM's Annual Meeting is in New Orleans this year. While a lot has changed since San Diego, I'm fortunate to again be participating in several didactic sessions this week. The program is available online  - links to slides are forthcoming.  Tuesday @ 1:45pm...
SAEM's Annual Meeting is in New Orleans this year. While a lot has changed since San Diego, I'm fortunate to again be participating in several didactic sessions this week. The program is available online - links to slides are forthcoming. Tuesday @ 1:45pm or so in Napoleon Ballroom C2 (3rd ...
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Another bit about software - iOS mail clients. Federico tweeted that iOS mail clients are today what Twitter clients were a few years back. Sure, but I never cared so much about reading and writing tweets because my job(s) didn't depend on it. E-mail is mis...
Another bit about software - iOS mail clients. Federico tweeted that iOS mail clients are today what Twitter clients were a few years back. Sure, but I never cared so much about reading and writing tweets because my job(s) didn't depend on it. E-mail is mission critical.
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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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mHealth Toolbox at #ICEM16: Cape Town, April 16&17
I'm honored to be participating in the mHealth Toolbox next month. The two-day event is taking shape with a terrific lineup of physicians, entrepreneurs, technology enthusiasts, and many, many gadgets. Check back for links to presentations and resources.
I'm honored to be participating in the mHealth Toolbox next month. The two-day event is taking shape with a terrific lineup of physicians, entrepreneurs, technology enthusiasts, and many, many gadgets. Check back for links to presentations and resources. : Monday, March 14, 2016 : comment : ...
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The Big To-Do
So, I've become one of those people that blogs about organizational software. I'm sorry. Just writing this post will probably squander every extra minute I'd have ever saved by using such software.  For years I've been using OmniFocus, and it's been pretty ...
For years I've been using OmniFocus, and it's been pretty good. Before that I was using Apple's own Reminders solution (I was a big fan of the Siri integration, which Omnifocus also takes advantage of). Before Reminders, I used Remember the Milk and Wunderlist.
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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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