ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.
Talking Advocacy Matters Because Advocacy Matters in VA - VACEP24
Attended a fantastic meeting with Virginia ACEP at the Homestead and had time before heading out to talk with Dr. Todd Parker and Dr. Jason Adler about advocacy victories in Virginia and what it means for the rest of the country.
Is there a You in Union? EM Unionization Update with Dr. Leon Adelman
Back by popular demand and request, we visit once again with Dr. Leon Adelman with more information and an update on the consideration of unionization in emergency medicine. We chat about some of the movements since our last discussion and hit on some of the nuance that is much more complicated than a simple "go, no-go" decision.
Staying A-Head of the Game - mTBI Evolution and Management Tools with Drs. Korley and Mannix
In this episode, we talk about the evolution of head injuries, including evaluation, management, and clinical support tools through the ACEP Point of Care tools.
The Wheezin' for the Season - Life Threatening Asthma with Dr. Matt Roginski - ACEP23
In this episode, we feature one of the most popular sessions at ACEP23 with an interview featuring Dr. Matt Roginski as we discuss life threatening asthma presentation in EM.
Facing and Addressing OB Emergencies In The ED with Dr. Jenna White
We have a special episode in collaboration with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology discussing the management of OB emergencies in the ED. We are joined by Dr. Jenna White.
Visit acog.org/obemergencies for the ED algorithms and data sources discussed during this podcast.
Duck Bills and Bad Fills: Cosmetic Complications with Dr. Daniel McCollum - ACEP23
In this episode, we talk cosmetic medicine complications with Dr. Daniel McCollum. This was a very popular topic from ACEP23 in Philly.
Authoritative info, great conversation
Dr. Stanton and colleagues make extraordinary efforts to ensure that this podcast represents the breadth of trained and board-certified emergency medicine experience. I appreciate all of their practice-changing tips!
Great Podcast but please boost the audio
I absolutely love this podcast and I’ve been listening to it since my first year of medical school however, the audio level sometimes is so low that Dr. Stanton and his guests are regularly drowned out by ambient noise while I listen to the show in the car. This occurs even when the audio on my car is almost at full volume. Nonetheless, the conversations that I have been able to listen to and perspectives in emergency medicine have been wonderful and I sincerely hope you keep up the great work.
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.