ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.
ACEP Hyperkalemia Expert Consensus Panel Highlights with Dr. Neuenschwander
In this week's episode, we talk to Dr. Neuenschwander about the panel discussion on treating Hyperkalemia in the ED.
DOAC Reversal in the ED with Drs. Colin Kaide and Eric Cucchi
In this week’s episode, we’re joined by Colin Kaide, MD, an Emergency Physician with Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University, and Eric W. Cucchi MS, PA-C, is the Director of Operations, eICU Support Center at UMass Memorial Medical Center. With stroke being one of the top 3 causes of death in the nation, timing is everything! Join the conversation to listen as they share insights into the rapid reversal of DOAC-associated bleeding and practical strategies for aligning clinical practice with local hospital bleeding management protocols.
Becoming a Doctors' Doctor: A Memoir - An Interview with Dr. Michael Myers
In this week's episode, we talk to Dr. Michale Myers about his new book, "Becoming a Doctors' Doctor: A Memoir" The book drives home the point that doctors are humans too. We feel the same stresses, emotions, and turmoil like everyone else, but asking for help can end careers. Listen to Dr. Myers talk about ending the stigma then give his book a read!
ACEP PACED with Dr. Alexis La Pietra and Cathlyn Robinson
In this week's episode, we talk to Dr. Alexis La Pietra and Cathlyn Robinson about the ACEP Pain and Addiction Care in the ED (PACED) Program. No matter where your program is with pain management in the ED - this is a great program, so listen in to learn more!
California Bridge Program with Dr. Alicia (Kurtz) Gonzalez
In this week's episode, we talk to returning guest, Dr. Alicia now Gonzalez about the California Bridge program. This program has been an outstanding resource for me, so I wanted Dr. Gonzalez to share her knowledge and resources with you all as well!
The Beauty in Breaking: An Interview with EM Physician and Best-Selling Author, Michele Harper
In this week’s episode, we talk to NYT best-selling author and EM physician, Michele Harper. Her book, “The Beauty in Breaking” is an absolute must-read for EM physicians and this podcast is a can’t miss!
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Not sure when this man sleeps. I can’t keep up with him. But he is right on! He knows how to encourage all of us in health care as we try to provide quality care, despite increasing government regulations and corporate greed from insurance companies.
Compare wearing a mask to jock itch?
I’ve listened to a few episodes of this podcast. It’s professionally made and typically enjoyable.
I listened to a recent episode between Stanton and another doctor talk about masks. I could not believe that the guest, presumably a respected doctor, compared wearing a mask to jock itch and of course we make people wear pants, we should make them wear a mask! That’s really the viewpoint we’re going to go with as it relates to our civil liberties and forced masking? Where’s the research on the dangers of wearing a mask? Of course we should make people wear pants, I really don’t know why that viewpoint could even be considered as apples to apples from two medical professionals. Came off very arrogant, as if your viewpoint is the obvious viewpoint and anyone who thinks otherwise is ignorant/dumb.
That’s just my two sense; the episode echoed the news media, and it’s those ideology’s that could put people into fear, mask shame others, etc. what about grocery store attendants who readjust their mask, touch products, thereby exposing themself and others? As you alluded to in the podcast, it’s almost impossible to prevent exposure, so why are we looking at eradication of the virus rather than building immunity?
Thanks for the opportunity to review and keep up the (otherwise) good content.
Great Interviews in Information
Informative and relaxed interviews on various topics in emergency medicine. This is a great podcast for everyone in medicine and especially the emergency/acute care setting.