Tag Archives: Wellness

Tamara Kuittinen: Success Is a Moving Target

Success Is a Moving Target

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Jonathan Edlow vs Terry Kowalenko: Will We Retire as an Emergency Physician?

Will We Retire as an EP? (Debate)

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Joanne Williams: Women in Emergency Medicine

Women in Emergency Medicine

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Anna Spiteri (Malta): Burnout of ED Personnel

Burn Out of ED Personnel

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Louise Andrew: Mitigating the Stress of Malpractice Litigation

2014-05-08 Learning from Malpractice

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Bob McNamara: Wellness After Residency

2014-02-05-1100 Wellness After Residency – Bob McNamara

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Molly Furin: Substance Use and Abuse in Physicians

2014-02-05-1000 Substance Use and Abuse in Physicians – Molly Furin

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Len Samuels: Financial Well-Being for Physicians

2014-02-05-0900 Financial Well-Being for Physicians – Len Samuels

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Chris Coletti: Work-Life Balance in Residency

2014-02-05-0800 Work-Life Balance in Residency – Chris Coletti

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Ilene Claudius & Mike Clumpner – The Active Shooter (from EMRAP – Thanks, Mel)

EMRAP 2013 December – Active Shooter

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Ilene Claudius & Mike Clumpner (from EMRAP 12-2013 – Thanks, Mel) – The Active Shooter

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Scott Plantz: The Start of AAEM

The Start of AAEM

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Jim Keaney, “The Phoenix”: Past Is Prologue – 20 Years after “The Rape of Emergency Medicine”

Keynote – Past is Prologue – 20 Years after The Rape of Emergency Medicine

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Samuel Shem: Staying Human in Medicine – From The House of God to The Spirit of the Place

Staying Human in Medicine – From The House of God to The Spirit of the Place

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Pek Jen Heng: The Mandatory Break

The Mandatory Break

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