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The Gist: Clinical reasoning in the EM setting is different than other arenas as one must often make decisions with limited information and even less time. Our patients are often undifferentiated and ...
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I am the owner/operator of the Cedar Park Emergency Center in greater Austin, Texas. With the help of my colleagues, I am starting an "on line Journal" called "The Journal of Freestanding Emergency Medicine". This web site is currently under construction but will be up in the next few weeks and the first Issue (collection of 7 articles) by January 2014. I hope to have at least 4 issues out next year (quarterly). This is an invitation for supplying content. If you or someone you know would like to submit content please let me know. I have already tracked down some Freestanding Docs, Nurses, Radiology Techs, hospital administrators etc from around the country and they are contributing content. We are amidst creating some research articles along with discussion articles. Let me know if you are interested in contributing or if you know of someone that may be interested in contributing. As you may imagine it can sometimes be difficult to find contacts. Thanks!

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Great thoughts Mike.  I like to use the last option-Due dates as a start date.  I modify it a little though: once the start date arrives, I change it into a recurring task.  That way, I can chip away at it little by little until the task is complete without it disappearing from the radar.
I’ve experimented with three ways to achieve start date functionality in Todoist, and while none of them are perfect they do the trick.
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Great intro to the how and why of QI
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