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In this special episode of The Frontline, we talk with 3 leaders in emergency medicine that also happen to be women as we celebrate the 6th annual Women Physicians Day on February 3rd.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
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.…
 
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.…
 
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.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
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.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
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 Ho…
 
As we transition from the years that were almost exclusively COVID to a potpourri of many things viral and others, we drop in with "Big Jim", Dr. James Neuenschwander for an update on high flow nasal cannula. We look at the supporting evidence and the role this bucket of technology plays in our airway management tool box. You also get to hear the b…
 
The EM documentation guidelines are changing significantly on January 1st of 2023. We have talked with Dr. Jason Adler earlier in 2022(check out the podcast) and now we get a more detailed update as recorded at the Kentucky ACEP Annual Meeting on November 15th, 2022. I will drop the ACEP documentation cheat sheet on the ACEP Frontline Facebook page…
 
Join the conversation with Dr. Kathryn Hawk and Dr. Scott Weiner as they discuss where are we now. The opioid epidemic is now old enough to rent a car and during that time has evolved. Unfortunately, COVID caused a spike in overdoses and deaths. In this episode, we talk about the status, education, and management options.Supported by an Unrestricte…
 
Immune related therapies are growing in cancer care as modern treatments utilize our own systems to attack the disease. This also means we will see growing numbers of these patients in the emergency department with complications from these interventions. We chat with Dr. Chris Coyne who is "geeking out" about the technology and our role in EM.This …
 
When we practice medicine, legal exposure is a reality of the business. In this episode, we take a deeper dive with regard to legal risk, exposure, and prevention with return Frontline guest, Dr. Nathan Schlicher.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Everyone needs a good physician, even the leader of the free world. In this episode, we interview Dr. Sean Conley who was the Physician to the President for Donald Trump. This episode also features Dr. Yev Maksimenko and Sriram Venkatesan. They both helped make the interview happen. This is a cool look behind the life at the White House and around …
 
The assessment of head injuries in the emergency department and front line settings is evolving quickly and now plasma tests and other technologies are a promising step forward regarding risk assessment and imaging stewardship. Please join Dr. Robert Welch in the conversation. This episode supported by Abbott Point of Care.…
 
We have talked MAB in the past when we were hot and heavy with COVID-19. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Donald Yealy regarding the state of the union with COVID, MAB, and research.This episode is supported by unrestricted grant from GlaxoSmithKline.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In this episode of The Frontline, we talk with Dr. Paula Tanabe about sickle cell disease and the current landscape in emergency medicine with some of the challenges and opportunities to take care of these patients.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Emergency Medicine as a profession is only a bit over 50 years old and past decisions and guidelines have been based on evidence and research outside EM. The emergency department is a unique environment and management should be guided by emergency medicine based researched. That is the goal of the Emergency Medicine Foundation(EMF) and this year, i…
 
In this episode of The Frontline, we talk with Dr. Matthew Wilkinson discussing the evolution of abscess management and the role their invention plays in that management.https://emdevicelab.com/Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
This special episode of the podcast is from our 1st annual podcast summit at ACEP22 in San Francisco featuring ACEP Frontline and The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine. Join Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Ken Milne for the first in hopefully many gatherings.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In the newest addition to our "author series", we talk with Dr. Calvin Sun with his new book, Monsoon Diaries. This book is about Dr. Sun's travels to 190 countries, his experiences, and weaving it in with emergency medicine. https://monsoondiaries.com/Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In this special ACEP22 edition of the podcast, we talk about opportunities within the Commissioned Corps of the US Public Health Service.https://www.usphs.gov/professions/physician/https://www.usphs.gov/ready-reserveRyan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In this episode of The Frontline we talk with Dr. Janet Lin about the current landscape and management of hypoglycemia in the prehospital and EM settings as well as tips on prevention. This episode supported by Xeris Pharmaceuticals.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
We talk with Ann McAdams, investigative reporter with WECT News 6 from Wilmington NC about Novant Health NHRMC with a recent investigation into wait times, staffing, and a waiting room code. This is regarding a single facility, but represents challenges across the country with volumes, wait times, and staffing.Update story from WECT 6 from 9/22/22 …
 
Head injuries are a common presentation in the ER. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Jacob Stelter about evaluation of TBI/head injury in the ER. This podcast is supported by Brainscope Company Inc.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In this replay of our author series edition of ACEP Frontline, we talk with Sam Quinones about is most recent book, "The Least of Us" which is a follow-up to "Dreamland". This is an eye opening look at the opioid epidemic in the US.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Behavioral health challenge are reaching a crisis point in the US with ongoing limitation in resources, beds, and management plans. In this episode recorded at the Emerald Coast Conference, Dr. Tony Cirillo talks about the crisis and some of the action points moving forward.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
The next edition of our "author series", this time featuring fellow emergency physician and past guest exactly 5 years ago, Dr. Jay Baruch, talking about his new book, "Tornado of Life: A Doctor's Journey Through Constraints and Creativity in the ER."Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
This episode is a special from the Kentucky Statewide Opioid Stewardship program where Dr. Stanton presents on behalf of KYSOS and is joined by Dr. Casey Grover with their pain management algorithm. We talk about effectively managing the pain as well as harm reduction.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
This is a special episode of ACEP Frontline, talking with emergency physician and astronaut, Dr. Thomas Marshburn. We talk about his progression that led him to space and what it is like to spend time on the ISS. We also look at the future and why EPs play an important role in space travel. ACEP22 Discount Code for $150 Off Registration - A481646…
 
Join us once more at ECC22 as we speak with Dr. Michael Gerardi about behavioral health management in the ED. Dr. Gerardi has been a long-time advocate for better management of agitated patients as a founding member of the Coalition on Psychiatric Emergencies and is now looking to carve out the skillset as a subspecialty.…
 
Join us for another session from ECC22 in Destin, Florida as we discuss insurance, surprise billing, and the No Surprises Act. Dr. Tony Cirillo shares his wealth of knowledge and expertise on the subject while examining the evolution and status of this very important act.Discount code for ACEP22 in San Francisco($150 off!) - A734548…
 
This is a recording from a live panel discussion at ACEP Corporate Council 2022 talking the evolution of emergency medicine with opportunities and challenges for the future.Discount code for ACEP22 in San Francisco($150 off!) - A734548Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
The new National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is live! As of July 16, 9-8-8 is the new direct, three-digit line to trained counselors, opening the door for millions of Americans to seek the help they need. In this throwback episode, John Draper, executive director of the Lifeline, talks with host Dr. Ryan Stanton about the implications of this new h…
 
Recorded at the Emerald Coast Conference (ECC22) in Sandestin FL, we talk with return guest and host of EM Board Bombs, Dr. Blake Briggs, about aortic dissection and its presentation, risks, and management.www.emboardbombs.comRyan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Workforce considerations in emergency medicine are a huge concern within the profession. In this episode, we feature an update from ACEP President Dr. Gillian Schmitz, which was recorded at the Maryland ACEP meeting.Discount code for ACEP22 in San Francisco($150 off!) - A734548Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Voluminous documentation of patient encounters is the norm in medicine, but coming in 2023, our approach and the focus will change. In this episode with Dr. Jason Adler, we discuss the changes and how they may have gotten it right this time.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
When faced with an infection, it is key to know the right choice at the right time with regard to antibiotic management. We visit with Dr. Brian Levine, editor-in-chief of the 2022 EMRA Antibiotic Guide, talking about the changes, tips, and hidden treasures.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Medicine evolves over time as more and higher quality evidence becomes available. In this episode of ACEP Frontline, we talk with one of our favorites, Dr. Ken Milne, about how 2.8% reflects the evidence in emergency medicine.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Dr. Louis Profeta is a large and influential voice on SoMe, and a LinkedIn "Top Voice". In this episode of ACEP Frontline, we chat about is new article targeting some of the really bad decisions by administrators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Link to the article below!"Some Hospital Administrator Decisions Contributed to Patient Deaths During the C…
 
Advocacy is one of the keys to the success and future of emergency medicine. In this episode, we talk with first time attendee, Dr. Jacob Altholz about is experience at the 2022 ACEP Leadership and Advocacy Conference and why being active in health policy is so important.Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
In this episode of ACEP Frontline, we gather three worldwide medical leaders and their trauma expertise to talk about the Textbook of Acute Trauma Care. Joining me are Dr. Peter Lax, Dr. Peter Brindley, and Dr. Alex Psirides. We cover time zones and topics from around the world. Textbook Amazon link...https://www.amazon.com/Textbook-Acute-Trauma-Ca…
 
I think we all dread the Q-word in emergency medicine. Now we have a little research on whether "quiet" impacts ED volumes. Is the superstition supported?Article...https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0735675722001784?via%3DihubRyan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Last week we talked to Dr. Hansel about VL versus DL for adults, and this week we shift focus to cover the pediatric perspective. As an attending physician in both the pediatric ICU and the pediatric ED at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Dr. Aaron Donoghue discusses his group's recent study on pediatric intubation and the new perspective that …
 
This week we cover a wet-ink, hot-off-the-press topic: video laryngoscopy versus direct laryngoscopy for adults undergoing tracheal intubation. Dr. Jan Hansel, a registrar in intensive care medicine in Manchester, England, joins us to discuss research and data about the growth of and the shift toward video laryngoscopes, as well as the European sid…
 
Posterior circulation stroke was one of the "can't-miss" topics mentioned in our episode with Dr. Chuck Pilcher a few weeks ago about malpractice lawsuits. This week, Dr. Edward Jauch shares the low-down and some tips to help differentiate the symptoms of stroke from other similar presentations.This podcast is supported by an unrestricted education…
 
I think most people are now aware of the RaDonda Vaught case and now criminal conviction for reckless homicide and impaired adult abuse after she gave Charlene Murphey Vecuronium(paralytic) rather than Versed(anxiolytic/sedative). In this episode, we look at it from both sides on the errors that happened and how it may impact transparency and repor…
 
Technology has advanced medicine, and the speed of innovation quickens yearly. In this episode of ACEP Frontline, we talk about how artificial intelligence augments the skills and knowledge of emergency physicians, as well as whether it's a threat to medicine.To check out the references for this episode, follow this link: https://docs.google.com/do…
 
Dr. Chuck Pilcher of "Med Mal Insights" has decades of case reviews and medical malpractice experience. In this episode, we talk about a few of the "can't miss" cases that lead to lawsuits as well as some of his stories from his time reviewing charts. Dr. Pilcher's philosophy is that we must learn from the mistakes of the past in order to avoid the…
 
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