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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Educational Program in Denmark focused on Neurological Emergencies

Recently, Jonathan Edlow, MD, Vice-Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, BIDMC, and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, traveled to Region Sjaelland in Denmark to conduct a visiting professor program focused on the management of neurological emergencies. Dr. Edlow is an international expert on topics such as stroke, TIA, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and various causes of weakness…

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Disaster Fellowship Graduates 5 Fellows

In June, the BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine graduated five Fellows. We congratulate the graduates as they take their place as global leaders in Disaster Medicine, as well as join our affiliated faculty. The BIDMC Disaster Fellowship is led by Dr. Greg Ciottone. Learn more about the fellowship here: http://www.disasterfellowship.org/

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Google Glass the BIDMC Emergency Department

Wearable technology is the wave of the future and The Boston Globe sees that wave cresting at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Steven Horng, MD, attending physician in our Department of Emergency Medicine, is featured in The Globe’s “Game Changers” list for his role in leading the introduction of Google Glass into the emergency department.…

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Educational Program in Denmark focused on undifferentiated geriatric patients and clinical nurse leadership

In May of 2014, Barbara Masser, MD, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Beth Israel Needham, traveled to Region Sjaelland in Denmark to conduct a visiting professor program focused on the management of undifferentiated geriatric patients and the development of clinical pathways. A second educational track was led by Claire Riley, RN, who focused her discussions…

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