Emergency Medicine

by Laura Ellis on May 11, 2009


Friday, May 8, 2009
Emergency Medicine
It makes for heartstopping TV drama: the ambulance screeching through dark streets, the patient arriving at the ER and being whisked inside under the frenzied but sure hands of doctors and nurses. In the real world, a trip to the ER is often less enthralling and can entail long wait times and lots of folks with non-urgent runny noses. Though the emergency medical system strives to be a well-oiled machine, underfunding and overcrowding can lead to mistakes & inefficiency. Join us on Friday when we’ll talk about the unique challenges of emergency medicine, and how providers overcome them. Photo by Joel Neild.

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Peggy Foley May 18, 2009 at 7:27 pm

I’ve tried to listen to the show online, but the link is dead. Is there any way I can listen?

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