EM Foundations: 9/28/17

Welcome to the next installment of our 18 month longitudinal integration of the EM Foundations curriculum! EM Foundations uses a flipped classroom model that includes a guided independent review of EM core content to capable adult learners followed by in-person meeting time that is reserved for active, case-based, small group learning and focused critical teaching points. EM Foundations consists of two levels of case-based curricula and two levels of EKG courses that we will incorporate. If you have not done so already, please review the Guidelines for Learners which reviews all the details of how the curriculum works. Check out the residency calendar to see when EM Foundations are scheduled! Below is the assigned material with your choice of learning pathways for your independent review prior to our session scheduled for 9/28/17 at 8:30AM.

 

EM Foundations 1 + EKG I Course (PGY1 + PGY2 residents):

EMF 1 UnitTopics & FrameworkTraditional TextbookHigh-Yeld TextMultimedia
Pulm IIInfectious Pulmonary Disease

Approach to Emergent Airway Management
Rosen's: PNA 979-987; Pleural Effusion 992-996; Viral Respiratory Illnesses 1733-1736; TB 1811-1822, 1828-1830River's: Pneumonia, TB, Effusion, Aspiration, Abscess, Empyema p236-263Hippo Videos:
Parenchyma Pt 1

Pulmonary ID

Chest Wall
Tintinalli's: Bronchitis, URI, Pneumonia, Empyema, Abscess, TB 440-464Tintinalli Manual: Bronchitis, Pneumonia, TB 172-180FOAMed:
AIR Series: Resp Pt 1

IDSA/ATS on CAP
EKG I Course UnitUnit SummaryChallenge EKG #
Unit IHow to Read an EKGChallenge EKG 3
Approach to Ischemia: STEMIs

EM Foundations 2 + EKG II Course (PGY3 residents):

EMF 2 UnitGeneral TopicsText-Based (ALL)Multimedia (FOAMed)
Pulm IIPulmonary Embolism, Hemoptysis, Pulmonary MalignancyHarwood-Nuss:
Ch 79 p437-441Ch 8 p67-70Ch 80 p441-444Ch 78 p434-436
FOAMed:
Unstable PE (CORE EM)

Unstable PE (EM Crit)

Massive Hemoptysis (Taming the SRU)

Massive Hemoptysis (EM Docs)
Critical Care Medicine:
Ch 44 p736-756Ch 46 p770-783
Hippo Videos: (optional)
Pulmonary Embolism

Massive Hemoptysis
Primary Literature:
Article 1

Article 2

Article 3
EKG II Course UnitUnit SummaryChallenge EKG #
Unit VIIApproach to Fascicular BlocksChallenge EKG 27
The views expressed on this blog are the author's own and do not reflect the views of their employer. Please read our full disclaimer here. Any references to clinical cases refer to patients treated at a virtual hospital, Janus General Hospital.

Jay Khadpe MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Associate Residency Director
University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville

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