A medical student teamed up with a physician and an undergraduate student to examine heart sounds in patients undergoing echocardiography.
Health Care Quality
Less than 10% of opioid overdose patients are prescribed potentially lifesaving medications after emergency treatment
Prescriptions written in the ER or at follow-up clinic visits could rescue patients during future overdoses and treat opioid addiction.
Researchers found no significant difference between mortality in both emergency health care settings.
Two medical education experts are leading the charge when it comes to reimagining the path forward for future doctors with ERAPs.
Michigan-wide effort connecting primary care providers with psychiatrists and behavioral specialists for consultation and training supports their ability to provide care in local clinics.
Resident stories: Challenges and lessons learned caring for diverse, vulnerable populations in the ER
In-depth interviews with emergency department residents found not enough emphasis was placed on understanding and caring for diverse populations.