Josh Rocker- Pediatric Fever

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Josh Rocker is an Assistant Professor, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine who practices Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Cohen Children's Medical Center in New York. In this talk from our ALL NYC EM Conference # 8 Josh nicely reviews the approach to pediatric fever. Enjoy!

Intro by @EMSwami edited by @FTeranMD


Nick Genes - Best Medical Apps: Today & Tomorrow

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Nick Genes (@nickgenes) is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine & Department of Genetics and Genomics Sciences (Yeap... how cool is that, a dual appointment in EM and Genetics) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is an expert in all things Clinical Informatics, Health IT, Digital Medicine, Medical Apps and EHR usability. In this talk Nick goes over his selection of best medical apps. Enjoy!.

Intro by @EMSwami edited by @FTeranMD


Pik Mukherji - Heuristics: Errors with moving too fast

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Pik Mukherji is an Emergency Physician at North Shore-LIJ. A self described Thought Police, in this talk Pik discusses the fascinating topic of Heuristics, breaks down the multiple types of error and teaches about the way we think and the mistakes we make when we move too fast. Enjoy!

Intro by @EMSwami edited by @FTeranMD


Steroids: When are More Better?

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Billy Caputo is the Director of Medical Education at Staten Island University Hospital. In this talk he discusses the role of steroids in asthma and sepsis, addressing proper dosing and other controversies. Enjoy!

Intro by @EMSwami edited by @FTeranMD


Peter Viccellio - Epi: When Should you be using it

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Peter Viccellio (@aviccellio) is a clinical professor and Vice-Chair of Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook. This talk was recorded during the ALL NYC EM Conference # 8 hosted at Mount Sinai in March 2015. The title of this conference was "Faster, Better, Stronger".   In this talk Peter discusses when and how you should be using epinephrine. 

Intro by @EMSwami edited by @FTeranMD


Salim Rezaie - ED Cowboys

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 Salime Rezaie is assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at UT-San Antonio and co-director of The Teaching Course. Here he discusses the role of heuristics and biases in emergency medicine practice.


Swaminathan - Building a Personal Network

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Anand Swaminathan is the assistant residency director at NYC/Bellevue as well as a founding member of the ALLNYCEM conference committee. Here he discusses building a personal network. 


Salim Rezaie - CPR That Saves Lives

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 Salime Rezaie is assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at UT-San Antonio and co-director of The Teaching Course. Here he discusses CPR for the Emergency Physician. 


Rob Rogers - Aortic Dissection

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Rob Rogers is a professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Kentucky and the director of The Teaching Course. Here he discusses aortic dissection.


James Meltzer - Pediatric Skeletal Trauma

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Dr. James Meltzer is an associate professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Jacobi Medical Center. Here he discusses pediatric skeletal trauma. 


Ashley Shreves - pathway to a peaceful death

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Dr. Ashley Shreves is an EM and PalCare Physician at Mount Sinai Hospital. Here she discusses DNR/DNI and the pathway to a peaceful death.

Danny Lugassy: Management of agitated delirium in the elderly patient

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Dr. Danny Lugassy is assistant professor of emergency medicine at NYU/Bellevue Hospital Center and a Consultant at the Poison Control Center. Here he discusses agitated delirium in the elderly patient. 


Teresa Murray Amato - An Untold Story of the ER

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Teresa Amato is an associate program director at Long Island Jewish. Here she discusses: an untold story of the ER: a letter from a 16 year old girl to the doctors and nurses who took care of her grandmother. 


Peter Rosen - Philosophy of Emergency Medicine

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Peter Rosen, one of the founding fathers of emergency medicine discusses the philosophy of emergency medicine and it's role in health care.


Haney Mallemat - Ultrasound and Tamponade (video)

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Haney Mallemat discusses the crashing patient with pericardial tamponade. 


John Greenwood - the emerging role of ECLS in the ED (video)

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John Greenwood is a Critical Care Fellow at the University of Maryland where he also completed his Emergency Medicine residency. He is well known for publishing the EMRA Critical Care Handbook and the PressorDex. Here he discusses the circulatory reengineering at Bellevue grand rounds. 


Haney Mallemat - Critical Care Ultrasound (video)

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Haney Mallemat discusses critical care ultrasound from grand rounds at Bellevue


Haney Mallemat - The Critical Pregnant Patient

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Haney Mallemat is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at University of Maryland and triple boarded in EM, IM and Critical Care. In this lecture form All NYC EM 6 he discusses the critically ill pregnant patient. 


Over-diagnosis with Jerry Hoffman

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Dr. Jerome Hoffman is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at UCLA who was named one of the Heroes of Emergency Medicine by ACEP. His talk from Bellevue's Joint Conference series was on over-diagnosis. 


Chest Pain with David Newman

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Dr. David Newman is associate professor of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital as well as the Author of TheNNT, SMARTEM and EMRAP Mini Journal Club. 

While the sound quality of this recording is less than ideal, the talk was so good we decided to post it anyway. Thank you for understanding.