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Dr. Mary C. Pierce on Infant Bruising and Child Abuse

Discussion of errors in medical decision making that are linked to bad patient outcomes in abused children. Discussion of how do we change the narrative in society and the within the medical community to get people excited about tackling the issues of abuse.


3 Nov 2017

Rank #1

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Evaluation of Sudden Onset Severe Headaches

Thomas Balga and Dr. Evie Marcolini discuss the evaluation and workup for severe sudden onset headache in adult patients with a focus on not missing the subarachnoid hemorrhage


7 Dec 2017

Rank #2

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Approach to Pediatric Emergency Airway Management

Respiratory failure requiring advanced airway management is a rare but critical skill set for all EM providers. We are privileged to sit down and chat with a true pediatric airway expert and medical educator, Dr. Joshua Nagler from Boston Children’s Hospital. In this podcast we will highlight key anatomic, physiologic and cognitive considerations to consider when managing this type of child. We will review common pitfalls and touch on maintaining our procedural competency and comfort through novel educational strategies highlighting the potential educational and quality assurance role of video laryngoscopy.


5 Jun 2019

Rank #3

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Bioethics with Evie Marcolini and Lori Bruce

This podcast explores ethical dilemmas within clinical medicine: how do we proceed when there seems to be no perfect answer?Guests Evie Marcolini, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, FCCM and Lori Bruce (Director of the Summer Institute in Bioethics at Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics) discuss frameworks and approaches for difficult situations in the ER setting. Bioethics lectures & programs at Yale are also highlighted; find more about them here:bioethics.yale.edu/programs and biomedicalethics.yale.edu and medicine.yale.edu/education/ethics…ts/upcoming.aspx and bioethics.yale.edu/programs


15 Oct 2018

Rank #4

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Discussing Pediatric Sepsis in the Community ED with Dr. Richard Pierce and Dr. Marc Auerbach

Host Tom Balga and his guests Dr. Richard Pierce and Dr. Marc Auerbach will discuss the recognition and approach of the septic pediatric patient in the Community Emergency Department setting.


11 Jul 2018

Rank #5