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How Physicians Use VR To Train For Emergency Care

Recreating the sights and sounds of a trauma bay is a challenge for doctors in training. Without witnessing it firsthand, residents may have trouble fully understanding what treating a trauma patient can entail. To introduce residents to the experience, some schools are...

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Written by the foremost experts in managing one of the most...


This collection of 23 lectures from the ACEP16 management...


At the 2017 AMA Annual Meeting this week, ACEP introduced a resolution that directs the AMA to support key principles related to payment for out of network services, particularly for emergency or unexpected hospital-based care. In advance...


Please join J. Christian Fox MD of UC Irvine, as he presents a logical algorithm to assess the etiology of hypotension using point-of-care ultrasound in the evaluation of the cardiopulmonary and vascular systems....


The specialty of Emergency Medicine has been a natural talent pool for physician leadership of hospitals and healthcare organizations. For ACEP members who have ascended into these type of leadership positions, it is a challenge for them to focus on their system roles yet...


ACEP and its Nevada Chapter commend Gov. Brian Sandoval for his veto of AB 382, an out-of-network bill that would have had devastating effects on Nevadans, especially in rural communities. If it became law, AB 382 would have required physicians who practice in EDs to accept...



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