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timothypac
Dec 10 '19
Rating:   10
Great workout listening

I really enjoy this podcast! I’m an ER PA-C this podcast has really helped me fill in some gaps in my knowledge base.

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NP ER 111
Aug 29 '19
Rating:   10
Great podcast for newborns in the ER!

Explained easily and thoroughly! Thanks for this great podcast.

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Be the Foote
Jul 8 '19
Rating:   10
Super useful for EM clerkship

This podcast was super useful for my EM clerkship! Covered the high yield topics and frequently referenced the literature for further exploration.

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Chriszebra
Apr 14 '19
Rating:   10
Love it keep them coming!!!

EM PA here. Wish I knew of this during my program.

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Dluvin84
Mar 20 '19
Rating:   10
DKA podcast is great!

ICU nurse here, dropped by to get a quick review on DKA and the information was delivered in a very clear, concise, and easy to remember format.

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Bobster09
Nov 26 '18
Rating:   10
Awesome podcast!

This podcast was very helpful during my EM rotation. Thank you for putting this together!

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Nick Warstadt
Jun 28 '18
Rating:   10
Excellent EM podcast for students and incoming EM residents!

Thank you so much for making this podcast! I listened to it religiously before my third year core EM rotation, my EM sub-internships, and now again before starting my intern year. Each time I took away something else from each episode as I learned more of the nuances of caring for patients which each of the presenting complaints. The show notes were also a great starting point to serve as a reminder for what history questions, exam maneuvers, and labs/imaging to consider when seeing patient as I was first starting out.

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KKS0927
Apr 29 '18
Rating:   10
The best!

I really enjoy learning from podcasts. I can be productive while driving or working around the house or I can sit down and write notes while listening. This one is excellent. It is clear, organized, informative, and interesting! As a third year medical student it is helpful to hear practical advice and relevant management information. This is my favorite medical podcast!

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Bill in MS
Mar 6 '18
Rating:   10
Outstanding podcast

I have been a critical care or emergency department nurse for 40 years. I wish this type of education had been around early in my career. However, learning never ends in this profession, and this site provides quality material. Steve Carroll presents the topics quite well, and reinforces teaching points to help drive the message home. I will certainly share this with friends and co-workers.

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Likesalot
Feb 7 '18
Rating:   10
Fun and informative

I’m an intern rotating through EM but ultimately going into something else. Love EM basic as it helps me think like a EM doc and is practical and useful for shifts without any fluff. I tried several EM podcasts and this is my favorite. Thanks!

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Olivesandwich
Jan 24 '18
Rating:   10
So helpful!

I recommend EM Basic to all my new nurses in the ER to help them better understand procedures they may assist with and the rationale behind different orders they may see. Really clear, useful explanations!

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RachelPAC
Nov 15 '17
Rating:   10
New PA

I used this podcast during my emergency medicine rotation and found it really helpful for my exam. Now that I am starting to practice EM, it is even better. Dr Carroll provides a better level of relevent detail for approaching a complaint than my other review materials which were more focused on buzz words. His explanations are practical and easy to understand.

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SMargaretBaker
Apr 13 '17
Rating:   10
Excellent for commutes to my clinical rotations

Thanks so much to Dr. Carroll for providing an excellent, straightfoward, succinct review of major topics. I listened to every single episode during my commute to my rural family medicine rotation (I'm a MS3). I felt it provided me with a framework for how to think through problems, great acroynms to make things easier to remember, and also a way to make sure as a medical student, I don't miss the big things. The show notes are also clear and concise. I have recommended this podcast to many fellow students.

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