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In Case You Missed It: Week of Sept. 26, 2014

Posted on Fri, Sep 26, 2014
In Case You Missed It: Week of Sept. 26, 2014

“In Case You Missed It” is a weekly roundup of popular healthcare headlines.

Does Provider Dress Code Impact Patient Experience? Physician attire and appearance is an area that many organizations discuss and, in some cases, struggle to define. Read more here.

Clinical Hot Topics-Pit Crew CPR: During complex, high-intensity processes, even simple activities can be difficult. That's why Dr. Howie Mell recommends the three P’s for success.

When a doctor lands in the ER with a tube down his throat, he learns a thing or two. This doctor gets a new perspective when he's on the other side of the stethoscope in this Washington Post article.

The Things We Say to our Patients that We Should be More Tactful About. With the increased focus on patient satisfaction and improving the healthcare experience, how we communicate with our patients is becoming more important than ever. Read more at HospitalMedicine.org.

Ebola Death Toll Is More Than 2,900, W.H.O. Says: Here's the latest news on the Ebola outbreak.

Doctors Need More Quiet Time. Dr. Wes Fisher shares his views on setting boundaries in the hospital in this post on KevinMD.com.

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10/2: Emergency Ultrasound Consultants and EmCare present the Ultimate Ultrasound Course.  This one day agenda, features an introduction to Emergency Ultrasound scanning that exceeds ACEP criteria. Click here for details.

Visit us at these upcoming conferences!
9/30: TCAA 17th Annual Conference
10/11: Anesthesiology 2014 Booth 2136
10/12: ACOEP-The Edge Booth 36
10/27: ACEP 2014 Booth 1611 

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