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Pain Management with Dr. Sergey Motov, Part 2
Do you ever get overwhelmed with all the ED analgesic options? In part 2 of our series on ED Pain Management, Dr. Sergey Motov helps break things down, reviewing a few cases and finishing with Sergey's 10 Commandments of ED Pain Management.
Flashback Friday: How to Manage Pressors and Vents in the ED (Part 1)
In part 1 of her interview with Dr. Haney Mallemat, Dr. Jessie Werner discusses using pressors in the ED. Stay tuned for part 2 on managing the ventilator!
Flashback Friday: Building Resiliency Through Writing
In this episode Dr. Kaminsky sits down with veteran journal writer, award winning author, lecturer and current EMS/disaster fellow Dr. Stephanie Benjamin to discuss tangible ways to combat burnout: beyond the buzzwords and by actively building resiliency via personal or medical journaling. Dr. Benjamin discusses the strong medical origins to journaling. We need outlets to cognitively offload and unpack. Journaling is one way to actively (or passively) practice mindfulness outside of meditation and yoga.
Pain Management with Dr. Sergey Motov
Do you ever get overwhelmed with all the ED analgesic options? Dr. Sergey Motov from Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn helps breaks down ED pain management. We cover everything from topical NSAIDs to ketamine infusions. Curious which opioid to go with or what dosing? Look no further.
Do you ever feel like a fake, a fraud? Imposter syndrome can make you feel a pervasive sense of intellectual fraudulence, despite all the evidence to the contrary. In this episode, Dr. Kim Bambach discusses imposter syndrome with Dr. Jamie Hope including strategies that you can use to combat it.
Flashback Friday: The Delta Factor: Overcoming Gender Disparities
Dr. Tiffany Proffitt talks with Dr. Esther Choo about tangible ways to view and address gender disparities in emergency medicine