Registration for the first ever EM Cases Course opens November 17th Only 45 spots Small group interactive learning with your favorite EM Cases guest experts Live podcast recording Simulation workshop FOAM bar EM Cases T-shirts available on ... Read More
In Emergency Physician Speed How Fast is Fast Enough – Part I, Dr. David Petrie addressed the issue of physician productivity (patients per hour, or PPH), the many factors that influence how quickly emergency physicians can process patients, and some ... Read More
When was the last time you saw ventricular fibrillation in a 4 month old? Dr. Simard tells his Best Case Ever of a Pediatric Cardiac Arrest in which meticulous preparation, sticking to his guns, early activation of the transportation service, ... Read More
This is part 2 of our series on the ACLS Guidelines 2015 Post Arrest Care with Dr. Laurie Morrison and Dr. Steve Lin. After listening to part 1, my friend Scott Weingart of EMCrit asked me if he could chime ... Read More
The EM Cases podcast taken to the next level . . . . In person, In Toronto Sarah Reid - Pediatrics Module George Kovacs - Airway Module Walter Himmel - Anticoagulants Module Arun Sayal - Orthopedics Module Don Melady - ... Read More
A lot has changed over the years when it comes to managing the adult in cardiac arrest. As a result, survival rates after cardiac arrest have risen steadily over the last decade. With the release of the American Heart Association ... Read More
Opiate misuse is everywhere. Approximately 15-20% of ED patients in the US are prescribed outpatient opiates upon discharge. In Ontario, about 10 people die accidentally from prescription opiates every week. Between 1990 and 2010, drug overdose deaths in the US increased ... Read More
Most of us in North America live in cultures that almost never talk about death and dying. And medical progress has led the way to a shift in the culture of dying, in which death has been medicalized. While most ... Read More
Emergency Medicine Cases (EM Cases) is a free online medical education podcast & medical blog dedicated to providing online emergency medicine education & CME for physicians, residents, students, nurses & paramedics. We are Canada's most listened to emergency medicine podcast with thousands of listeners and well over one million podcast downloads since 2010. In each episode 2 or more experts in a particular emergency medicine topic join Dr. Helman in a round-table, case-based discussion on key practice changing clinical emergency medicine topics, which are then carefully edited to maximize your learning. We are 'The emergency medicine CME audio program where the experts keep you in the know'.
Our Team, is headed by EM Cases founder and host Dr. Anton Helman. Our Advisory Board includes prominent leaders in the faculty of the University of Toronto Divisions of Emergency Medicine. Our Guest Experts, Canada's brightest minds in emergency medicine, are carefully chosen for each episode topic.
EM Cases is supported by an educational grant from the Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute, a non-profit academic institution dedicated to improving research and education in Emergency Medicine.