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The EM Res Podcast

Bob Stuntz, MD

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The EM Res Podcast
The EM Res Podcast

The EM Res Podcast

Bob Stuntz, MD

2
Followers
7
Plays
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The Emergency Medicine Resident Podcast is dedicated to all things for and about the emergency medicine resident, and is a resource for emergency medicine educators. Our goal is to give you everything you need to succeed in residency and beyond, while giving educators a place to go for educational content.

Latest Episodes

Episode 29: US in Dyspnea - Part 2

In the second partof a two part episode, EM Chief Resident and resident US guru Jacob Avila (@UltrasoundMD) finishes his discussion ofthe use of US in undifferentiated dyspnea. The possibilities are endless, but Dr. Avila shows you how to simplify your clinical decision making and make the right call.

31 MIN2015 MAR 18
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Episode 29: US in Dyspnea - Part 2

Episode 28: US in Dyspnea - Part 1

In the first of a two part episode, EM Chief Resident and resident US guru Jacob Avila (@UltrasoundMD) discusses the use of US in undifferentiated dyspnea. The possibilities are endless, but Dr. Avila shows you how to simplify your clinical decision making and make the right call.

27 MIN2015 FEB 25
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Episode 28: US in Dyspnea - Part 1

Episode 27: Momentum Breakers, Part 2

In Part 2, Joseph Cruz (@CruzaderJC)presents his top 5 on shift momentum breakers for EM residents. Think about them ahead of time, so you can be ready when they show up on shift!

24 MIN2015 FEB 7
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Episode 27: Momentum Breakers, Part 2

Episode 26: Momentum Breakers, Part 1

In Epsiode 26, we have a newEM Resident contributors to the EM Res Podcast. In Part one of a two part episode, Dr. Joseph Cruz of edocc.com discusses 5 of his 10 ED shift momentum breakers.

22 MIN2015 JAN 13
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Episode 26: Momentum Breakers, Part 1

Episode 25: Pediatric Appendicitis

In what two age groups is perforated appendicitis most common? If you said the very young and the very old, you would be correct. As we all know, the workup and diagnosis of appendicitis in kids can be extremely difficult. So how do we tease out the right history and get to the correct conclusion? In this episode, we discuss many of the more difficult and important aspects of the workup for a child with possible appendicitis.

61 MIN2014 DEC 7
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Episode 25: Pediatric Appendicitis

Episode 24.5: "EBM is Crap"

While making episode 24, we had a little aside into the pitfalls of evidence based medicine. Dr. Kaminstein makes his feelings known, and we talk about those feelings.

16 MIN2014 NOV 19
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Episode 24.5: "EBM is Crap"

Episode 24: What do I read, and how do I do it?

In Episode 24, EM Res vets Drs. Kaminstein and Kochert return with Dr. Becker to talk about how residents should approach reading medical research articles. Do you need to read everything? What should you read? How do you do it? All this and more in the first of a series on reading original research for residents.

47 MIN2014 NOV 14
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Episode 24: What do I read, and how do I do it?

Episode 23: What's the "Best" Residency?

In Episode 23, with the upcoming US EM residency interview season about to descend upon us all, I talk about a recent survey that claims to list the best EM residencies, why you should ignore it, what applicants should look for ina residency, and our duty as educators to find the right fit.

24 MIN2014 OCT 4
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Episode 23: What's the "Best" Residency?

Episode 22: Do an H/P, But Don't Forget US

In Episode 22, I talk about why an article from KevinMD in April 2014 got it wrong regarding POC US, and what we should learn and take away from it.

26 MIN2014 SEP 21
Comments
Episode 22: Do an H/P, But Don't Forget US

Episode 21: You're Not Alone

In this mini-episode, I talk a bit about an incredibly interesting and I think important article published recently in the New York Times regarding resident suicide and depression. The bottom line: If you feel like you need help, you're not alone.

11 MIN2014 SEP 7
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Episode 21: You're Not Alone

Latest Episodes

Episode 29: US in Dyspnea - Part 2

In the second partof a two part episode, EM Chief Resident and resident US guru Jacob Avila (@UltrasoundMD) finishes his discussion ofthe use of US in undifferentiated dyspnea. The possibilities are endless, but Dr. Avila shows you how to simplify your clinical decision making and make the right call.

31 MIN2015 MAR 18
Comments
Episode 29: US in Dyspnea - Part 2

Episode 28: US in Dyspnea - Part 1

In the first of a two part episode, EM Chief Resident and resident US guru Jacob Avila (@UltrasoundMD) discusses the use of US in undifferentiated dyspnea. The possibilities are endless, but Dr. Avila shows you how to simplify your clinical decision making and make the right call.

27 MIN2015 FEB 25
Comments
Episode 28: US in Dyspnea - Part 1

Episode 27: Momentum Breakers, Part 2

In Part 2, Joseph Cruz (@CruzaderJC)presents his top 5 on shift momentum breakers for EM residents. Think about them ahead of time, so you can be ready when they show up on shift!

24 MIN2015 FEB 7
Comments
Episode 27: Momentum Breakers, Part 2

Episode 26: Momentum Breakers, Part 1

In Epsiode 26, we have a newEM Resident contributors to the EM Res Podcast. In Part one of a two part episode, Dr. Joseph Cruz of edocc.com discusses 5 of his 10 ED shift momentum breakers.

22 MIN2015 JAN 13
Comments
Episode 26: Momentum Breakers, Part 1

Episode 25: Pediatric Appendicitis

In what two age groups is perforated appendicitis most common? If you said the very young and the very old, you would be correct. As we all know, the workup and diagnosis of appendicitis in kids can be extremely difficult. So how do we tease out the right history and get to the correct conclusion? In this episode, we discuss many of the more difficult and important aspects of the workup for a child with possible appendicitis.

61 MIN2014 DEC 7
Comments
Episode 25: Pediatric Appendicitis

Episode 24.5: "EBM is Crap"

While making episode 24, we had a little aside into the pitfalls of evidence based medicine. Dr. Kaminstein makes his feelings known, and we talk about those feelings.

16 MIN2014 NOV 19
Comments
Episode 24.5: "EBM is Crap"

Episode 24: What do I read, and how do I do it?

In Episode 24, EM Res vets Drs. Kaminstein and Kochert return with Dr. Becker to talk about how residents should approach reading medical research articles. Do you need to read everything? What should you read? How do you do it? All this and more in the first of a series on reading original research for residents.

47 MIN2014 NOV 14
Comments
Episode 24: What do I read, and how do I do it?

Episode 23: What's the "Best" Residency?

In Episode 23, with the upcoming US EM residency interview season about to descend upon us all, I talk about a recent survey that claims to list the best EM residencies, why you should ignore it, what applicants should look for ina residency, and our duty as educators to find the right fit.

24 MIN2014 OCT 4
Comments
Episode 23: What's the "Best" Residency?

Episode 22: Do an H/P, But Don't Forget US

In Episode 22, I talk about why an article from KevinMD in April 2014 got it wrong regarding POC US, and what we should learn and take away from it.

26 MIN2014 SEP 21
Comments
Episode 22: Do an H/P, But Don't Forget US

Episode 21: You're Not Alone

In this mini-episode, I talk a bit about an incredibly interesting and I think important article published recently in the New York Times regarding resident suicide and depression. The bottom line: If you feel like you need help, you're not alone.

11 MIN2014 SEP 7
Comments
Episode 21: You're Not Alone
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