Category Archives: Voices from Essentials

Voices from Essentials Episode 12 : Grace in the face of adversity

In Emergency Medicine, we are often witness to amazing patients and families. Today, Dr. Constance LeBlanc, our keynote speaker at Essentials 2014, recounts an unimaginable story of twisted coincidence and grace in the face of adversity.

 

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Voices From Essentials – Episode 11

A simple case turns into a nightmare. Listen to Dr. Robert Pomerleau as he opens up about what many of us struggle with…fear, doubt, and self-criticism. Then, listen as he reflects on the impact of what we do and the hope it brings

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Voices From Essentials – Episode 10

What would you do if a victim of an unspeakable tragedy and the perpetrator both showed up as patients in the ED? Listen to Dr. Emily Rose recount how she approached this moral dilemma after a devastating motor vehicle accident.

Essentials – “it’s more than education.”

Voices From Essentials – Episode 9

We all know that shift change is a risky time, but Dr. Olga Otter’s story takes this to another level. Let’s just say it involves a car. Just another day in the life of the Emergency Department. What stories will YOU share with us this year at EEM 2015?

Essentials – “it’s more than education.”

Voices from Essentials – Episode 8

Fresh off a long flight from Peru, a 57-year-old female with the worst headache of her life presents to the ED. She’s sent home with a diagnosis of gastroenteritis. Something doesn’t sound right? Listen to this gripping story, as told by Dr. Adam Thomas, as we learn about the power of listening and the real consequences of anchoring bias.

Essentials – “it’s more than education.”