Social (digital) Media is expanding at an unerring rate, penetrating each and every darkened interstice with shafts of sharing light and goodwill....At least that's how it seems.
Physicians are a strange bunch at the best of times. Medicine 2.0 applications, services and tools are Web-based services for health care
With the era of Generation Y doctors; open source publishing; micro-blogging; stumbling and tweeting now upon us it is important to review the potential implications of the internet age on emergency medicine.
I have been trying (with limited success) for the last 5 years to define the use of social media in emergency medicine and critical care.
The time-poor ED physician, faced with an ever increasing patient load, is finding it difficult to keep up to date with the expansive proliferation of clinical knowledge
Sir William Osler (1849 – 1919), British (Canadian-born) physician. Famous for his anecdotes (Oslerisms), Osler nodes and Osler sign
We all just need a break every so often with another emergency musical interlude….take it away – “The Laryngospasms”