Contrarian ideas and commentary on important topics in emergency medicine drawn from the experience of 35 years of practice as an emergency physician. Published monthly, the lessons discussed will be controversial and relevant to the practicing clinician.
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On this episode I kick off the fifth year of the podcast by reflecting upon what has made spending my adult life practicing emergency medicine a satisfying endeavor. After several offerings recounting concerns about my specialty, it is time to celeb... more
What percentage of the patients that we admit to the hospital do we harm? On this episode I reveal why when those charged with making the decision to admit forget the answer to this question, our specialty and our whole medical system pay the price.... more
The hypothesis: Emergency physicians are providing less effective care now than twenty years ago. more
I totally agree that our role in the ED has been expanded to provide 24 hour access for patients to be admitted often out of convenience for the pcp or specialist or the pt and family for procedures that should be done as an outpatient, and to provide services that the patient's family doctor either couldn't or didn't provide. patients expect that the EP will have full access to their complicated history and be able to treat and manage their chronic conditions. when they can't get satisfaction... more
I am currently a PGY-3 EM resident, and as such, much of how we are educated is based on evidence based medicine. This is an outstanding concept, and I do not decry that by any means, but so much of what we do in practice does not have any "good" evidence behind it--at least evidence that actually answers the questions I am interested in. Though there is only one episode, I feel like he has the potential for offering a very important supplement to evidence based medicine, especially now that Je... more
Dr. Crowe speaks with experience in a way that doctors and non-doctors can relate to.
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Podcast of ExBEM launched 4 years ago and published 53 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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