Everyday Medicine for Physicians
By Dr. Ryan A. Stanton, M.D.
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Everyday Medicine for Physicians is a podcast by Dr. Ryan Stanton, a Board Certified emergency physician specifically designed for other ER and acute care physicians. The podcast is produced in conjunction with EMNews. Each week, Dr. Stanton will feature a topic in emergency medicine and discuss it from the practitioner standpoint. The podcast will be available on iTunes, EMNews.com, and ryanastanton.com. Contact us if you would like to suggest a topic or comment on the podcast.
||EM for Physicians #57- Chris Doty on Resident Education||Resident education is the key to the future of quality emergency medicine. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Chris Doty on modern education and how new minds mean new methods for teaching.||11 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #56- Rob Rogers on Podcasting||Podcasting is a great way to inspire debate and educate medical information. In this episode, I talk with one of the greats, Dr. Rob Rogers, about podcasting and the FOAMed movement.||11 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #55- EMS Grinds My Gears||In emergency medicine, we often take out frustrations on our EMS collegues. Unfortunately, we also have habits that frustrate them and make their jobs more difficult. In this episode, we talk with paramedics on things that "grind their gears" and how we can improve relationships and care for our patients.||11 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #54- GI in the ED||GI emergencies are a common presentation in the ED. They can range from the benign to the life threatening. In this episode, I talk with gastroenterologist, Dr. Tom Knopp, about GI care in the ED.||20 5 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #53- Five Days at Memorial||Five Days at Memorial is a novel accounting the struggles after hurricane Katrina at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans. In this episode, I talk with author Sheri Fink about the book and what it means for disaster preparedness.||22 3 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #52- Malpractice Risk Part 2||This is part 2 of my interview with Memphis lawyer, Matt Porter, as we continue to discuss medical malpractice and the things you can do to protect yourself and your patients.||9 2 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #51- Malpractice Risk Part 1||I think it is pretty easy to say that malpractice risk is one of the highest stresses in the practice of medice. I took some time to interview Memphis lawyer, Matt Porter, to discuss the mistakes that he sees and what tips him off that a lawsuit is likely to be successful. I felt the info was so good, that I interviewed him again for a part 2 that picks up where this one concludes.||9 2 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #50- The Wealthy Physician||Physicians and health care providers tend to be pretty good at a number of things, but finances is rarely one of them. In this episode, I talk with Chase Chandler, author of "The Wealthy Physician", as we talk finances and some of the mistakes providers make with their money.||9 2 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #49- Military Trauma Care||War may be terrible, but it also helps drive innovation and advancements in civilian life. This is absolutely true in medicine and especially trauma care. In this episode, I talk with Army Veteran, Lt. Col. Bryan Helsel, about his experiences on the front lines and what was brought back to practice in the United States.||27 11 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||EM for Physicians #48- Thunderclap Care||Neurosurgical presentations are not rare in the emergency department. These presentations can be difficult to diagnosis, potentially requiring an invasive test, but a miss can be devastating to the patient. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Christian Ramsey about common ER neurosurgical presentations.||6 11 2015||Free||View in iTunes|