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Live Event Webinar June 29th 9am PST/Noon EST: Opioid Overdose with Respiratory Arrest

We are thrilled to host another live webinar event this June featuring one of our best teaching cases, ever. This film was created by Dennis Russell and his team from United Ambulance from Lewiston, Maine. We are also honored to have Dr. Merlin Curry join us as a featured panelist. Dr. Curry started his career […]

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ReelDx Live Event: Adult Patient with Altered Mental Status

We were fortunate to host Dr. Chris Moore, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Yale University this past month to discuss a fascinating case. This ReelDx hosted live event webinar captures the essence of real patient video and the narrative of the editor/content contributor as Dr. Moore explains how he made a stunning diagnosis. We […]

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Case Study: Briar Cliff University

Briar Cliff University, located in Sioux City, Iowa, is an institution with a rich Catholic heritage and a strong tradition of service.  The Mission of the Department of Nursing at Briar Cliff University is to promote health, healing, and hope of persons and the community and to advocate for social justice and healthy environments. We […]

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Case Study: Western Carolina University

Western Carolina University’s main campus is located in Cullowhee, NC, just over 50 miles west of Asheville.  The first Baccalaureate Emergency Medical Care (EMC) program in the nation, the Program is one of only fourteen institutions in the country offering the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Emergency Medical Care. We spoke with Melisa McNeil, […]

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Live Webinar: Assessing Pediatric Pain

Later this month we will be discussing the assessment of pain in the pediatric patient. This is an important topic, as many children do not yet have a voice to express pain the way adults might present to a provider. This topic is important for ALL practitioners and educators from paramedic medicine, nursing and advanced […]

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Case of the Month

Our case of the month features one of our first cases ever published by Dr. David Peltzer, a rural family physician from Newton, North Carolina. Dr. Peltzer identified a case of a child with a rare disorder – Hirschsprung’s Disease – from a complaint that quite common – fussiness. This case highlights the powerful tool […]

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