Practical Teaching In Emergency Medicine

Robert L. Rogers John Wiley & Sons

Emergency medicine attendings who wish to hone their teachingskills can find a number of books on educational strategies writtenby physicians from other disciplines. However, until thepublication of the first edition of this book, they did not haveaccess to a text written by emergency medicine physicians onmethods of teaching that are directly applicable to teaching EM.This book was compiled to meet that need. Following the introductory section, which provides importantbackground information, the book’s contents are organizedinto 4 sections that correspond to the core needs and interests ofEM educators: Section 2 focuses on practical and ethicalconsiderations of teaching in the ED; Section 3 provides strategiesfor teaching specific groups of learners; Section 4 looks at theskills that are characteristic of the best EM educators; andSection 5 looks indepthly at specific teaching techniques andstrategies. Now more than ever this book addresses the needs of physicianeducators from all over the world. New chapters discuss lecturingto an international audience; using simulation as a teaching tool;how to make journal club work for you, and other topics that are ofbroad interest to medical educators in this field. Ingeneral, each chapter has been updated and reviewed to make surethe content was something that emergency physician educators coulduse in any country . The chapter contributors are widely regarded as leaders in thefield of emergency medicine education and faculty development.Authors were given free rein to develop their chapters and write intheir own style. They were asked to present their personal views onhow to successfully teach the art of emergency medicine, ratherthan review evidence-based guidelines regarding medical education.As a result, most of the chapters have few references. Thisfirst-person approach to a multi-authored textbook yields acompilation that varies in style from chapter to chapter andexposes the reader to a variety of communication techniques.

ISBN10 : 9781118469712 , ISBN13 : 1118469712

Page Number : 400

Pocket Emergency Medicine

Richard D. Zane Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Pocket Emergency Medicine contains the essential information that residents and medical students in the emergency department need to have at their fingertips. Major sections cover symptoms and diseases of each organ system as well as infectious diseases, environmental exposures, hematology and oncology, pediatric emergencies, the psychiatric patient, toxicology, airway management, and trauma. Information is presented in concise, rapid-access format, with easy-to-scan bulleted lists and tables. Chapters follow a standard structure—differential diagnosis, history, classic findings, critical studies, ED interventions, pearls, and references. The six-ring binder can accommodate the student's or resident's own notes. New topics covered in this edition include bioterrorism, distraction injuries, and indications for bedside emergency ultrasound. A special considerations section has been added to each chapter. Other new features include an acronym table, an introductory differential diagnosis table boxed for quick access, and an updated appendix with ACLS/PALS protocols, ICU medications, antibiotics, and formulas.

ISBN10 : 9781451165999 , ISBN13 : 1451165994

Page Number : 304

Emergency Medicine

Joseph S. Turner

This book highlights the information medical students need when deciding to pursue emergency medicine as their chosen specialty. Some of the most well-known names in emergency medicine have teamed up with bright young stars and leaders in the field to present a concise, thoughtful approach to the final years of medical school, the Match process, and beyond. Anyone considering a career as an emergency physician should begin that journey with this insightful book.

ISBN10 : 1929854412 , ISBN13 : 9781929854417

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Case Studies In Emergency Medicine

Colin G. Kaide Springer Nature

This book contains a variety of medical case studies from actual patients presenting to the emergency department. It includes not only typical cases that present to the ED but also less common, yet very important cases that one can't afford to miss. Each chapter begins with a case – or set of cases with typical and atypical aspects – of the disease in question. This is followed by high-value learning points on the condition with introductory/background points, physiology and pathophysiology of the disease, how to make the diagnosis, and finally how to initiate treatment. The cases provide expert discussion with tips and tricks, personal experience with management of each of the cases, and a follow-up description of the outcome of the cases to provide the reader with closure. To supplement each case study, all 67 chapters include a pattern recognition component that identifies the key diagnostic features of the disease discussed. The chapters conclude with a summary of the diagnostic and treatment details of each condition. Using a concise, easy-to-read, bulleted format, the book helps readers to learn, evaluate, adopt new practices, right now (LEARN). Emergency Medicine Case Studies - LEARNing Rounds: Learn, Evaluate, Adopt, Right Now is an essential resource for a variety of emergency medicine clinicians including experienced physicians, residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and medical students rotating in the emergency department. Finally, this book can be used as a basis for small group discussions, especially in emergency medicine training programs.

ISBN10 : 9783030224455 , ISBN13 : 3030224457

Page Number : 694

Medical Student Survival Skills

Philip Jevon John Wiley & Sons

Medical Student Survival Skills Medical students encounter many challenges on their path to success, from managing their time, applying theory to practice, and passing exams. The Medical Student Survival Skills series helps medical students navigate core subjects of the curriculum, providing accessible, short reference guides for OSCE preparation and hospital placements. These guides are the perfect tool for achieving clinical success. Medical Student Survival Skills: The Acutely Ill Patient is a concise and portable reference on the management of patients in acute care settings. Managing acutely ill patients can be challenging for many medical students, where quick and decisive decision-making is crucial. This important resource covers the management of numerous acute care conditions, such as tachypnoea, acute stroke, ketoacidosis, anaphylaxis and acute liver failure. With OCSE key learning points, figures and illustrations, The Acutely Ill Patient is the key to success in emergency and surgical rotations and OCSE exams.

ISBN10 : 9781118902820 , ISBN13 : 1118902823

Page Number : 200

An Introduction To Clinical Emergency Medicine

S. V. Mahadevan Cambridge University Press

Fully-updated edition of this award-winning textbook, arranged by presenting complaints with full-color images throughout. For students, residents, and emergency physicians.

ISBN10 : 9780521747769 , ISBN13 : 0521747767

Page Number : 911

Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer

David Wald

The Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer: A Manual for Medical Students is an authoritative review designed to assist medical students throughout their emergency medicine clerkship. The manual highlights many aspects of the unique specialty of emergency medicine. This guide provides the reader with a detail-oriented approach to thinking like an emergency physician; it is essentially a "how-to" manual. The Primer can be considered a supplement to the many high-quality emergency medicine texts currently available. However, different from these, the Primer focuses on aspects of our specialty that are often overlooked or underrepresented in traditional textbooks. This manual is a must-read for medical students preparing for their emergency medicine clerkship, regardless of their intended career path.

ISBN10 : 1466298251 , ISBN13 : 9781466298255

Page Number : 142