ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.
Women Physicians Day 2023 - Celebrating Great Leaders and Physicians
In this special episode of The Frontline, we are celebrating National Women Physicians Day by talking with three leaders in Emergency Medicine: ACEP President elect Dr. Aisha Terry, AAWEP Chair Dr. Alecia Gende and EMRA President Dr. Jessica Adkins Murphy.
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The Best Ability is Availability - Staffing Crisis in EM - Dr. Thom Mayer
In the midst of the NFL playoffs, no better time to release a podcast with Dr. Thom Mayer, Medical Director of the NFLPA. That being said, this episode has nothing to do with football other than the above reference. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Mayer about EM staffing and the shortages that have been exacerbated by the COVID pandemic.
Money Matters and the Value of EM with Jamie Shoemaker
Dr. Jamie Shoemaker is one of the brightest minds out there with regard to the finances of emergency medicine. He is a tireless advocate for the value and fair reimbursement of the care provided in the emergency department. In this episode from ACEP22, we chat about the current landscape and forward efforts to ensure access and viability of EM.
Here Comes the Woo-Woo Buggy- EMS Update from ACEP22
EMS is an ever evolving profession with more an more evidence and changes that will benefit those in need. In this discussion from ACEP22, we talk with Dr. Clayton Kazan from LA County with out EMS update, trends, and state of the buggy.
Going Loco for Locums with Dr. Tracy Sanson
Locums in EM was a hot topic and then COVID shifted the landscape. Demand is returning and may be a good opportunity for emergency physicians looking to move, travel, or just try out a new setting. We talk with Dr. Tracy Sanson about the current landscape of locums in EM.
When a Report on Errors is all in Error: Review of the AHRQ Report on EM Diagnostic Errors
This is a special episode of The Frontline breaking down the recent report from the AHRQ entitled "Diagnostic Errors in the Emergency Department: A Systemic Review". We discuss 10+ critical flaws in the report and how good intention may result in more harm than good. We chat with Dr. Gabe Kelen, Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins who takes us through the report, uncovering a number of critical errors the produce an incredibly flawed and likely grossly inaccurate publication.