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Downloads: EMinside White Papers 2012

Watch Before You Leap - Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine

Watch Before You Leap! Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine
This paper is not meant to provide a comprehensive detail regarding Ultrasound use in Emergency Medicine but, rather, a primer for residents new to emergency medicine as well as those with experience who are new to the field of emergency ultrasound. The author sincerely hopes that this introduction will encourage doctors to explore this exciting field of Emergency Ultrasound and take steps to incorporate its use in their daily practice while caring for patients who require aggressive, time-bound, and accurate emergency medical care.

Author
Dr. Bhaanu C Shekhar
India

June 2012

License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDeriv O/S: Version: 1.0
Added: 17/10/2012 01:28 Downloads: 2027 Download (2.99Mb)
Emergency Medicine in United Kingdom: An Informed Decision

Emergency Medicine in United Kingdom: An Informed Decision
The increasing popularity of emergency medicine training programs in India which accredit emergency physicians to work in United Kingdom, is leading to a constant efflux of students and residents out of India. Most of them have no reliable information of what they will be facing or are misled into believing that - the grass is greener on the other side! The intention of this whitepaper is to give an insight into the career options, daily life, finances, insurance, work ethics, skill levels, etc.

Authors
Dr. Pooja Prakashji Jain
Dr. Latha Reddy Korrapati
United Kingdom

June 2012

License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDeriv O/S: Version: 1.0
Added: 17/10/2012 01:58 Downloads: 5594 Download (3.44Mb)
How to Fail the MCEM Part A Examination

How to Fail the MCEM Part A Examination
Most of the doctors attempting the MCEM Part A exam in India are not from the PG exam prepared mainstream. Currently in India, attemptees of Part A are not interns primed to sit for multiple PG entrance exams, but are those who are working hard in the emergency rooms & casualties, and have been outside academics for many years. These very few and rare, are in the EM specialty because they like working in this arena for the rush it gives. But, however, arent interested or never considered getting a certification in EM. Many others have tremendous hesitation to take this exam due to various reasons, lack of academic guidance, confusion regarding textbooks to read, eligibility criteria, etc. This is precisely why they will find it difficult to orient towards, and successfully pass this exam. This generic advisory will do a good job of giving tips and helping the EM aspirant to navigate - before, during, and after the MCEM Part A examination.

Authors
Dr. Ravi Pattanshetty
Dr. Priyadarshini Marathe
India

July 2012

License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDeriv O/S: Version: 1.0
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