Summary: Just three friends (and the occasional guest) talking about all things emergency medicine over breakfast. Less clinical and more real life, we want to share our thoughts on the jungle that is emergency medicine... oh, and we want to eat breakfast food.
Listen as Drew and Andy discuss the "Other Inbox Zero" with the famed Tarlan Hedayati, APD at the renowned Cook County EM program in Chicago. Thanks to the ACOEP who allowed us to record at their Spring Seminar in San Diego. Music: BenSound
For this bonus April Short Stack, the guys talk about their favorite Organ. Music Credits: Intro -Stomp by QuiqStudio Closing - Pancreas by Weird Al
Listen as Drew, Tanner and Andy discuss their favorite and least favorite procedures during this Short Stack.
Listen as Drew, Tanner and Andy sit down with Anna Kalantari, DO and discuss the idea of Stress Growth. We delve into what the term Stress Growth is and the role it plays in our ability to grow and become better providers and people.
Tanner and Andy had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Representative Robert Cup (R) Ohio and Advocacy. We discuss a bill he has authored (Ohio HB 7), why we as physicians should get involved in advocacy and finally we discuss Anthems plan to deny coverage for ED visits in Ohio. So listen up and get involved by going to the links on our blog.
Andy, Drew, and Tanner sit down to talk about another impactful but rarely discussed #MoreThanMedicine topic of cognitive overload. Learn WHY we feel so mentally drained after a long shift, and start the process to fixing it!
The majority of the time EM physician spend with patients it is ALL about prolonging life. Whether its treating a patients infection with antibiotics, replacing electrolytes or performing ACLS when a patients goes into cardiac arrest, we live to save and prolong life. What happens when you are asked to help facilitate a patients passing? This case goes through the emotions, thoughts and actions on how to go about just that. Listen as Drew, Tanner and Andy discuss a case that each of us will one day have and how they would have and did handle it.
The guys sit down in a new series by EMOE with three guest contestants to get quizzed on some awesome medical trivia! Learn some fun cool facts while the EMOE crew stumbles through trying to answer the questions!
Listen as Drew, Tanner and Andy discuss what they would do if EM was not a specialty and what they eat while at work. Also don't forget to check us out on Instagram at emovereasy Music by BenSound
While attending the ACOEP Scientific Assembly this past November, Andy had the opportunity to record this episode with guest host John Casey and alongside guests K Kay Moody, and Stephanie Davis. They talked about how these two dynamic women have been able to find balance in their lives. Whether its seeing patients in the ED, being great mothers and spouses, running their prospective farms or advocating for our specialty, these two dynamic women have it together. Listen as we delve deep into how they do it. Music: Pyschedelic by BenSound
To start the year off, we bring you an episode where Andy had the chance to sit down with 3 previous guests John Casey, Travis Ulmer and Salim Rezaie while attending the ACOEP Scientific Assembly in Denver Colorado. This dynamic group of bearded men and Andy decided to tackle the topic of Delivering Bad News, something everyone in medicine has to do and something we ALL can improve upon. Listen as Travis, Salim, John and Andy tackle this #MoreThanMedicine topic head on.
Listen and Drew, Tanner and Andy close out the year with a ShortStack. We want to thank you the listener for all of our successes in 2017. Be sure to visit our site www.emovereasy.com to buy a first run limited edition EM Over Easy T-shirt.
The guys sit down for their 2nd Annual Holiday Gift Guide! Great discussion, some ridiculous banter, and some actually decent suggestions for the ER doc in your life. Happy Holidays!
Drew, Tanner and Andy sit down with their good friend John Casey and discuss an important psychological construct understanding Fundamental Attribution Errors and how they affect our decision making in medicine. Sit back as the crew discusses how making small changes in our attitudes will influence patient care and our provider satisfaction.
A part of the job in EM is keeping your cool is tense situations. Sometimes this is not as easy as it said and done. Drew, introduces a case that Tanner and Andy discuss with our first time guest Rachel Munn. Listen as we discuss some of the emotions of the Pediatric Code, one of the many difficult situations EM providers (from ALL phases) will have to go through sometime during their career.