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The Procedural Pause by James R. Roberts, MD, and Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN
Pearls and pitfalls about procedures EM residents and midlevel providers often perform.

M2E Too! Mellick’s Multimedia Edublog by Larry Mellick, MD
A multimedia creative commons of clinical pearls.

Going Global
Travel with emergency medicine  residents as they serve medical missions.

Little White Coats by Richard M. Pescatore
Follow Rick as he finishes medical school and starts a career in emergency medicine.

The Case Files
Emergency medicine case reports on unusual conditions.

Breaking News
EMN articles published ahead of print.

Letters to the Editor
Tell us what you think about emergency medicine issues.

Technology & Inventions
The latest products and ideas to improve emergency medicine practice.

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and Clarion Awards!

Emergency Medicine News won two awards in the 2013 APEX competition, including a Grand Award for best news magazine. EMN was one of only a handful of the 2,400 entries to receive a Grand Award. This is the fourth consecutive year that EMN has won that honor.

Grand Awards are given for outstanding quality in 12 major categories, including editorial content and graphic design. "Who knew that hospital emergency department care '…accounts for only two to four percent of total U.S. medical expenditures.'?” the APEX judges said about EMN. “That and many other insights — plus in-depth, focused features — await in this well researched and invitingly written news magazine. It has a clean, readable design, but the accent is — as it should be — on the editorial content, and it shows."

An APEX Award of Excellence was also given to Ravi Morchi, MD, for exceptional health and medical writing for his column, Diagnosis Deconstructed. Dr. Morchi also won a 2013 Clarion Award for the best informational/non-opinion column. The prestigious Clarion Awards are given for excellence in communications by the Association for Women in Communications. Past winners include the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Sports Illustrated, BBC Global News, HBO, Voice of America, Good Housekeeping, and O, the Oprah Magazine. Dr. Morchi is the director of the Medical Screening Examination program at Harbor UCLA Medical Center and an assistant professor of emergency medicine at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine.

Emergency Medicine News also received three awards in the 2013 competition of the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors! Congratulations to Larry Mellick, MD; Carlo Reyes, MD; and Dr. Morchi!

Dr. Reyes won a gold award for best new column for his legal articles, At Your Defense. Dr. Mellick received a bronze award for his blog, M2E Too! Mellick’s Multimedia EduBlog. Dr. Morchi won a bronze award for best new department with his column, Diagnosis Deconstructed. Check out their award winning entries in a special collection.

The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors competition is the most prestigious in health care publishing. The organization is dedicated to fostering the highest ethical standards and excellence in health care publishing.