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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 11: Eliminating the "Poor Historian"

We must extract critical information from those who come to us despite difficult circumstances.  In this episode I...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 11: Eliminating the "Poor Historian"

We must extract critical information from those who come to us despite difficult circumstances.  In this episode I...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 11: Eliminating the "Poor Historian"

We must extract critical information from those who come to us despite difficult circumstances.  In this episode I...

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Do Drugs Actually Expire? | Orbitals 101

That expiration date on your pill bottle or nasal spray or autoinjector doesn’t mean exactly what you think it...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 18: Quieting the Boogeyman-Defending against Defensive Medicine

The boogey man's voice that is forever urging us to tread cautiously is a part of us, so how can we escape his...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 19: Forty Years of Change in Emergency Medicine-The Good

During four decades of emergency medicine practice much has changed. In this podcast I describe what my experience...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 20 : Forty Year of Change in Emergency Medicine - The Bad (Part 1)

Forty years of experience have allowed me to develop skills and acquire knowledge that make the practice of Emergency...

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New Heart. New Kidney. New Life! - Angela's Transplant Story

Welcome to The Big Impact Episode 122 and the powerful story of Angela Wojda. Since birth, Angela had dealt with...

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Big Impact Ep. 93 - Scott Seipel: From Death Sentence To Life

BIG IMPACT Podcast Episode 93 is a special Thanksgiving encore presentation of one of the most stunning stories...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 21: Forty Years of Change in Emergency Medicine- The Bad (Part 2)

I move on to discussion of the "big ticket item" changes that have impacted the practice of emergency medicine one...

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Edward Thomas' October

Extraordinarily rich nature imagery is used in this autumn poem performed with a "punk orchestral" musical setting....

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 22: Forty years of change in Emergency Medicine- The Bad (Part 3)

The big reveal! The top two negative changes to befall the practice of emergency medicine are finally unveiled.  How...

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Interview With Richo Cech at Strictly Medicinal Seeds

Owner of Strictly Medicinal Seeds, Richard Cech shares his knowledge, passion about the Earth and helping people, and...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 23 : The Physical Exam : Integral or Archaic?

If we are being honest, most emergency physicians will admit that our physical exams have become subservient to...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 24 : The Physical Exam : Integral or Archaic (Part 2)

Can  a non critically ill patient's physical exam yield information that is not more precisely derived from...

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080. Internal Validation for What We Need to Do with Maggie Berghoff

Maggie Berghoff is a functional medicine nurse practitioner turned health entrepreneur.  She works with...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 25: Flawed Medical Thinking: Part One -Effect or Cause? ( Why vital signs can't be treated)

To understand the mysteries of medicine we are taught basic concepts we then use construct cognitive frameworks that...

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 26: Flawed Medical Thinking: Part 2 - The Myth of the Bad Blood Pressure

It widely acceppted that high blood pressure is bad and causes heart attacks, strokes and and host of other maladies....

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 26: Flawed Medical Thinking: Part 2 - The Myth of the Bad Blood Pressure

It widely acceppted that high blood pressure is bad and causes heart attacks, strokes and and host of other maladies....

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Podcast of ExBEM Episode 27 : Flawed Medical Thinking: Part 3 - Hypertension as a Future , Not Immediate, Risk

I have argued that high blood pressure is not a disease but a sign - so a sign of what , exactly?  In this entry I...

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