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How To Survive A Hospital Admission

by Zakari Tata, M.D.

This is a topic that many of us tend to ignore. However the hospitals are filled constantly with people just like us and we should always make plans just in case.  1,252 more words

Bioethics

Emergency doctors and paramedics commonly misinterpret documents for end-of-life care choices

I wasn’t too surprised to learn that a pair of new studies finds that emergency care providers vary in their understanding of a type of medical order intended to communicate seriously ill patients’ choices for life-sustaining treatments. 689 more words

Policy

Your First Aid Kit for Dogs: Item number 1

We’re going to help you “build” your (incredibly low-cost) First Aid Kit for Dogs  in occasional Posts. Here’s the first one:

Ever notice when someone has had surgery, their skin is yellow? 316 more words

Dog Health

Emergency Management: Interprofessional education

As athletic training grows and develops, the expectations on an athletic trainer’s baseline knowledge also increases. Yet athletic training research, position statements, and education often lags behind clinical practice. 304 more words

Emergency Care

Filters

Is it just me, or do children in care have no filter?

“Kelly” once said to my mum, “if you get sick again you’ll go to hospital and probably die.” 469 more words

Foster Care

February Associate of the Month - Sally Walling

Congratulations to our February Associate of the Month, Sally Walling of the Emergency Department.

Sally is always positive, efficient and very detail oriented.

The Emergency Department concentrates on a different core value every year.  60 more words

Associates