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44% Female Contributors in iEM
62 out of 142 contributors are female professionals. iEM Education Project We have 62 female contributors (emergency medicine doctor, resident, intern, medical student) out of
Video Interview: Tracy Sanson – Part 1
Are you ready to meet the genuine people behind the professional? iEM team proudly presents the ICON360 project. In this pleasantly educational series, world-renowned experts
My Road to Emergency Medicine
Helene Morakis Vice-President of the International Student Association of Emergency Medicine MS4 at Queen’s School of Medicine Incoming EM resident at the University of British
Five Tips About Well-being During and After Medical School
Even the best of us suffer from burnout from time to time. It is utterly human as training in medicine is very demanding itself and
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Welcome to iEM Weekly Feed! Sharing is caring! With this feed, you do not miss anything. You will find all published blog posts and chapters
iEM Newsletter – February 2019
Welcome to the iEM Education Project Monthly Newsletter. We will share the achievements, information about top posts, chapters, activities and future plans of the project
Against Medical Advice and Elopement
In certain circumstances, patients may request to leave prior to completion of their medical evaluation and treatment. In this situation, it is essential for the
ICON360: Tracy Sanson – Full Interview – Audio
iEM team proudly presents the ICON360 project. In this pleasantly educational series, world-renowned experts will share their habits, give advice on life, wellness and the
Professionalism and social media
Some reflections by Dr. Amila Punyadasa It seems like nearly everyone, certainly from the Generations Y and Z, is using Facebook or Twitter these days
What Was Hot In February?
Communication is the key!
Reflections by Vijay Nagpal and Bret A. Nicks While many believe the environment of care is the greatest limiting factor as opposed to quality communication,
Medical students’ ultrasound training – SURVEY
There are many studies showing benefits of ultrasound training about understanding anatomy, pathologies and improving clinical decision making. Countries show different approaches to implementing ultrasound
Kunafa Knife and Play Dough for Ultrasound Training
Around two years ago, Prof. Abu-Zidan came with a plastic triangular shape spatula to one of our morning meetings. He said that Alper, I found
International Emergency Medicine (iEM) Education Project is an international, non-profit project aiming to promote emergency medicine and provide free, reusable educational content for medical students and educators. All shared
by Maryam AlBadwawi Introduction Shock, in simple terms, is a reduced circulatory blood flow state within the body. The inadequate circulation deprives the tissues of its
by Asaad S Shujaa Introduction Chest pain is one of the most common symptoms presented in the emergency department (ED), and it is worrisome because
by Harajeshwar Kohli and Ziad Kazzi Case An 18-year-old, previously healthy female, presents to the Emergency Department with nausea, vomiting, and tremors. She states 45
by Shaza Karrar Case Presentation A 39-year-old female presented to the emergency department (ED) complaining of right-lower-quadrant (RLQ) pain; pain duration was for 1-day, associated
List of Sections and Chapters
International Emergency Medicine Education Project’s ebook is “iEM for Medical Students/Interns.” It currently consist of 106 chapters written by 133 international contributors. Emergency physicians, residents,