Collaboration with MorrisSwitzer~Environments for Health on emergency medicine-related hospital and healthcare systems development projects

Our Department of Emergency Medicine collaborates with MorrisSwitzer~Environments for Health on emergency medicine-related hospital and healthcare systems development projects. MorrisSwitzer is an architecture firm that focuses 100% on healthcare design. They are committed to creating environments that promote and enhance the well-being of patients and families through inspired, thoughtful design. They bring an extremely high level…

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Global Response to Emerging Infections Symposium

The BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine will be hosting a symposium on the global response to emerging infections on January 29, 2015 at Harvard Medical School, Joseph B Martin Conference Center. Presenting at the symposium will be top scholars and ‘boots-on-the-ground’ practitioners in the fields of crisis leadership, epidemiology, humanitarian, and disaster medicine. Speakers include…

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Region Sjælland emergency medicine physicians visit Boston

Emergency medicine physicians from Region Sjælland, Denmark, visited Boston this week to meet with BIDMC ED attending physicians and work together on a variety of collaboration projects. In this photo, physicians from Slagelse and Holbæk Hospitals work with a patient mannequin as they tour the BIDMC emergency department with attending physician, Dr. Matthew Babineau.  …

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Physicians in Amsterdam to Speak at EUSEM Conference

The Chief and Vice-Chair of Emergency Medicine at BIDMC, Dr. Richard Wolfe and Dr. Jonathan Edlow, traveled to Amsterdam in late September to speak at the European Society of Emergency Medicine’s annual conference. Dr. Edlow’s lectured on a new evidence-based approach to the dizzy patient and acute ischemic stroke (do current “contraindications” for tPA make…

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Educational Program in Denmark focused on DKA and Sepsis

Recently, Peter Smulowitz, MD, Attending Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, BIDMC, traveled to Region Sjaelland in Denmark to conduct a visiting professor program focused on the management of DKA and sepsis in emergency patients. US and Danish physicians also discussed methods for reducing cost in the emergency department. A second educational track was led by…

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