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

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.

Spontaneous Circulation by Charles Bruen, MD
Advanced ECG interpretation, cardiac pharmacology, hemodynamic assessment and resuscitation, and managing acute coronary syndrome.

Lions and Tigers and Bears by Loice Swisher, MD
Using real cases, this blog exposes the lions and tigers and bears (not zebras) out there ready to bite. 

The Tox Cave by Gregory S. LaSala, MD; Rita G. McKeever, MD; and Jolene Okaneku, MD
Drexel toxicology fellows and attendings discuss the nuances of toxicology.

Little White Coats by Richard M. Pescatore, DO
Follow Dr. Pescatore as he begins his emergency medicine residency.

The Case Files
Emergency medicine case reports on unusual conditions.

Breaking News
EMN articles published ahead of print.

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

Going Global
Travel with emergency physicians as they serve medical missions.

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EMN Wins Folio, APEX, ASHPE,

and Clarion Awards!

 

 

Emergency Medicine News has received an award in the 2015 competition of the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors. Congratulations to Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN, and James R. Roberts, MD! The Roberts won a gold award for best blog, the Procedural Pause, a conversational, user-friendly blog with lots of photos, illustrations, and videos. Check it out at http://bit.ly/ProceduralPause.

 

Emergency Medicine News won two 2015 Clarion Awards for Best Overall External Magazine with a circulation of 100,000 or less, and Robert Brandt, MD, received an award in the best regular informational/non-opinion column with Brandt's Rants, which appears every other month in print. 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, and BBC Global News.

 

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.

 

Emergency Medicine News also won a 2015 APEX Award of Excellence for best publication in the category of "Writing-Entire Issue-Print Magazine, Journals, and Tabloids." APEX received 1,851 entries, which the judges characterized as having an "exceptionally high level of quality. EMN won for its December 2014 issue, which features articles by James R. Roberts, MD; Cara Bergamo, MD; Charles Bruen, MD; Christine Butts, MD; Thomas Cook, MD; Mark DeBard, MD; Leon Gussow, MD; Alissa Katz; Edwin Leap, MD; Alex Mohseni, MD; Ravi Morchi, MD; Carlo Reyes, MD, JD; Emily Rose, MD; Anne Scheck, Gina Shaw, Ellana Stinson, MD, MPH; Loice Swisher, MD; Graham Walker, MD; and Jennifer Wiler, MD, MBA. Our sincere thanks to all our authors for their willingness to tackle any subject.

  

Emergency Medicine News also won a 2014 Eddies award for best full issue in health care, medical, and nursing for our April 2013 issue. The Eddies is the largest awards competition in magazine publishing. This year, it garnered more than 2,000 entries but bestowed only about 140 awards. Read the award winning issue at http://bit.ly/1DoxC98.