ACEP is looking for emergency physicians to help with blog articles
ACEP is accepting articles for its Doc Blog on Emergency Care for You’s website. ACEP is looking for 400- to 500-word articles on a consume-related topic written from an emergency physician’s perspective.
Below is a list of suggested topics:
• Ice-related injuries that I’ve treated
• New Year’s resolutions for your health.
• New teen drivers and the dangers they may face
• Is that text message worth the injury?
• A minor symptom that turned out to be a serious problem
• My most difficult day in the ER and why
• Carbon monoxide dangers with heaters/grills, etc.
• Mental health care in America from an emergency physician perspective
• How do you know if it’s pneumonia?
• Diabetic emergencies
• STDs – what we see in the ED
• Drug abuse in teens
• Dangers of synthetic drugs
• Dangers of accidental falls
• Dangers with slipping on ice (injuries you’ve seen)
• Common eye injuries
• Compassion in the ED (How you communicate with patients/ loved ones in stressful situations
• Your struggles finding specialists in the emergency department
• Why vaccines save lives.
• Teens and sports-related concussions
• My experience inside the ED with a mass casualty incident
If you’re interested in writing about and of the above topics or have any other ideas, email
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