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What do subscribers say about Emergency Medicine Practice?

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Scott Weiner, MD
Tufts University, Medford, MA

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Hi, my name is Scott Weiner. I’m an Emergency Physician and Director of Research for the department of emergency medicine at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. It is my pleasure to provide this testimony for EM Practice. I have been a subscriber to EM Practice and Pediatric EM Practice since completing my residency several years ago. I rely on the monthly reports to keep me updated with the most up-to-date literature and practice guidelines. It is nearly impossible to keep up with all the literature, so the organized and rigorously evidence-based reports that EM Practice provides are appreciated. Even the list of references for each issue is impressive, listing several hundred articles that were researched for the writing of every issue. I work in a teaching institution and refer to the information I learned in EM Practice when instructing residents and students. I often share the clinical pathways and guidelines present in every issue when dealing with a case that a student does not know how to manage, as they are clear, logical, and concise. The quality I appreciate most about EM Practice is the format. I travel frequently and I can complete my CME in a hotel, on the plane, anywhere. The articles are interesting and compelling. There is also a comprehensive website where I can access all current and past issues, complete my CME exams, and print CME certificates -- all easily from my home or office. In sum, my requirements for CME are that they be up-to-date, rigorously evidence-based, clinically relevant, reasonably priced, and portable. It is a lot to ask for, but EM Practice meets all of these needs. I recommend it without hesitation.
 

Peter Kwan, MD
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada


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Hi. My name is Peter Kwan and I am an emergency physician out of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. I have been a subscriber to Emergency Medicine Practice for more than ten years, ever since my residency finished. It’s a fantastic resource that provides up-to-date information that’s clear and concise and evidence-based. It’s a quick reference for me and also for the residents that I teach -- on pertinent topics on emergency medicine. They are both timely and thorough. If you are not a subscriber to Emergency Medicine Practice, you should be. It’s a fantastic resource.

 

Christian Bridgwater, DO
Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN


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Hi my name is Chris Bridgwater and I am a board certified emergency medicine physician practicing at North Eastern Indiana. I practice in a variety of emergency departments from a level II trauma center seeing approximately 75,000 patients per year all the way down to a small rural hospital in a community setting seeing less than 10,000 patients per year. Like most of you, I have a very busy schedule, and I find myself in a variety of patient settings throughout the week. And like all of you, I need to have continuing medical education hours each and every year. I like Emergency Medicine Practice and EB Medicine immensely because of their very well organized website. I am able to go to the website and I am able to download a clear, concise, well organized article in a PDF format. I know that the article is going to be up-to-date with the most recent evidence-based medicine written by authors that are experts in their field, and it’s provided to me whenever I have the time to review that article. I can take that article, I can read, review, and study it on my own leisure when I have that ever-so rare down time in the emergency department. I am able to go back to the website and take a continuing medical education quiz. Log those CME hours and I know that at the end of the year I am going to have a nice, clear and concise list of all my hours. I can even upload other sources of continuing medical education hours through that website so that I have a nice list of everything that I have done the year. I know how many hours I need, how many hours I have logged, and I know what I have done throughout the year. I recently had the pleasure of taking care of a patient who was in Thyroid Storm and thanks to the article I had recently reviewed from Emergency Medicine Practice on Thyroid Storm and Myxedema Coma and Thyroid Emergencies, I was able to provide expert quality and up-to-date care for the patient. Thank you EB Medicine.
 

Tim Ferrarotti, PA
Charlotte Hunger Ford Hospital, Torrington, CT & Sharon Hospital, Sharon, CT

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Hi, my name is Tim Ferrarotti. I am a practicing emergency medicine physician assistant. I practice at two community emergency rooms in North West Connecticut: Charlotte Hunger Ford Hospital and Sharon Hospital, both two small departments. I’ve been a PA for 14 years. I’ve been a subscriber to Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice since both were first published, and I enjoy them. I look forward to receiving each issue. What I like most about EM Practice is what I like to call readability. I find the articles interesting, informative, and reliable. I enjoy the variety of topics that they offer, and as an educator of PA students in the emergency department, I will often encourage those who have a special interest in emergency medicine to subscribe to EM Practice or Peds EM Practice. 

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