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Our goal is to address all things simulation in a relaxed and entertaining format. Come along with us as we grow SimGeeks into your favorite place to discover new simulation topics and make new friends. William Belk is an educator from the HEMS world. David Shablak, NRP, CHSOS has been a "Sim Tech" for over 8 years in an EM residency, and has a strange and varied background.
 
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PMID: 9217519Antipsychotics-for-Acute-Agitation.-Pharmacy-Friday-Pearls.-09-18-2020 Lorazepam-vs-Midazolam-for-Acute-Agitation.-Pharmacy-Friday-Pearls.-09-04-2020 pharm-friday-ketamine-for-agitation.-KF1.JLP1_ PMID: 30206503 Pubmed ID: 10499950 Jimmy’s Acute Agitation Guide Jimmy-Pruitt-Adult.-Pharmacologic-Treatment-of-Acute-Agitation-Algorithm.-E…
 
Situation Situation Pantoprazole 80 mg in NS 100 mL drip is being used for GI Bleeds due to ulcers Problem: Evidence not being clear on optimal dosing strategy Opportunity to: Standardize dosing strategies for upper and lower GI bleeds Follow best practice strategies Background Dosing Strategies for GI Bleeds Bleeding ulcer: Note: For clinically si…
 
Welcome to Episode 21 of the teaching literacy podcast! I am very excited for today’s guest Today Dr. Pamela Snow joins us to talk about a new framework she’s developed called SOLAR- Science of Language and Reading. Our discussion outlines the important relationship between reading and language. Dr. Snow is a Professor of Cognitive Psychology and h…
 
Welcome to Episode 20 of the Teaching Literacy Podcast! I titled today’s Episode 20 Years of NRP 2000, which seemed fitting for Epsiode 20. I didn’t plan it that way, it’s just how the cookie crumbled. Before we get to that though, a few announcements. -Teaching Literacy Podcast is now available on Spotify, which is something I’m super excited abou…
 
Welcome to Episode 19 of the Teaching Literacy Podcast. Partner reading is a common practice in many classrooms, but how does one form of partner reading, dyad reading, influence the academic and attitude outcomes of students? Today my guest Dr. Kathleen Mohr and I address this very question. This show is an exciting one for me, because Dr. Mohr ha…
 
Welcome to episode 18 of the teaching literacy podcast. Read alouds are a common practice in elementary classrooms, but do students benefit from this practice and how can teachers become better at implementing read alouds in their classroom? My guests today have researched these and similar questions for over a decade. Their names are Dr. Doris Bak…
 
And we now return to our regularly scheduled content.... This week on the SimGeeks Podcast the guys debate whether or not allowing the manikin to die in a simulation is an acceptable practice... but wait there is more! The one and only Ed Rovera joins the cast to play moderator and occasionally drop some hardcore truth bombs about death in simulati…
 
The EM Pharmacist Research Project Website http://www.medicalhf.org/epharm/index.html https://www.ashp.org/-/media/assets/pharmacy-practice/resource-centers/emergency-care/Justification-referenced-document.ashx Link to EM Basic http://embasic.org/ Tweets by embasic What Can EM Pharmacists Do? Impact of emergency medicine clinical pharmacists on cli…
 
Homogeneous grouping is a very popular practice, especially in younger grades, but how effective is homogeneous grouping? Do different students benefit more from it? My guest today recently published a study investigating these very questions. Her name is Dr. Susan Patrick and she is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Leadership, Policy, a…
 
Whoa, it has been a long time! We promise there is a good reason and this episode is going to talk a little about that. SGUSA or SimGhosts Dallas is now SimGhosts Global Experience and we have all the details. This one is short and to the point so fire it up on your drive home and hear all the reasons you won't want to miss this opportunity! -Will …
 
Welcome to Episode 16 of the teaching literacy podcast. I hope the end of your school year went well, and that you get a well earned break this summer Many teachers use the summer to think about how to improve their literacy instruction for the upcoming school year. You are probably like that, (maybe not quite yet!) but you might be thinking of way…
 
Bryan Hayes Resources https://pharmertoxguy.com/ Welcome to the blog team: Bryan Hayes, PharmD Capsules Resources for EM Pharmacist https://www.ashp.org/Pharmacy-Practice/Resource-Centers/Emergency-Care https://www.ashp.org/news/2019/06/06/emergency-medicine-certificate?loginreturnUrl=SSOCheckOnly REQUIRED COMPETENCY AREAS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES FO…
 
Objectives Recognize the process of recruitment Understand the methods of candidate selection Review the components of staff retention Components of Recruitment Position description Sources Pre-interview information Position Description Examples Position title, control number Duties, responsibilities, job functions Licensure, education, training re…
 
Twitter Instagram Twitter Instagram Background Out-of-hospital tracheal intubation is an accepted practice that has increased in frequency due to advancements in aeromedical technology and transport. A flight nurse, sometimes referred to as a transport nurse, is an RN who is specially trained to provide medical care to patients during aircraft tran…
 
Welcome to the Teaching Literacy Podcast! I hope this episode finds you healthy and that your teaching has thrived in spite of current events. I’m very excited for today’s episode. It’s becoming clear that we are in middle of a landmark event for education, worldwide. COVID-19 forced us all to turn on a dime and migrate all of our instruction onlin…
 
Background In 2003 – 2014 inpatient hospital costs ranged from $3,018 to $5,040 per admission for a primary DVT diagnosis Average DVT LOS can range from 4.9 – 7 days Recurrent VTE that requires readmission could be up to 48% more costly than the initial event Protocols for outpatient DVT management found a cost reduction of $2,470 per patient with …
 
Welcome to another episode of the Teaching Literacy Podcast. It is great to have you with us for another great episode. I hope you and your families are well and healthy, and that your work is as productive and influential as ever. I’m very excited for today’s episode, today I have a great discussion with Dr. Derrik Tollefson and his wife, Cassie a…
 
Background More than 3,000 species of snakes are identified worldwide, with nearly 800 species considered venomous. All venomous species are classified taxonomically into one of 4 general groups. These include the families Viperidae, Elapidae, and Colubridae, as well as the Atractaspidinae, a subfamily of the Lamprophiidae family. The United States…
 
Definitions Benchmarking – Finding and implementing the best practices. Health-system administrators are turning to benchmarking vendors for help in improving operational performance Efficiency – Avoiding waste or maximizing possible outputs from a set of resource inputs Productivity – defined as the efficient use of resources, labor, capital, land…
 
Definitions Benchmarking – Finding and implementing the best practices. Health-system administrators are turning to benchmark vendors for help in improving operational performance Efficiency – Avoiding Continue reading The post Episode 16: How Much Do You Bench? An Overview on External Benchmarking with Oscar Santalo and Joanna Longueira appeared f…
 
The guys are joined by Nick Brauer to discuss cleaning and disinfecting your lab and everything in it. COVID19 is very much a concern for everyone involved in healthcare right now but the information contained in this episode will remain relevant long after the current pandemic has slowed. All of the items referenced in this episode will be added t…
 
Developing readers will likely encounter thousands of unfamiliar words over the course of a school year. How will you teach those words to your students? My guest today is Dr. Freddy Hiebert and she has some excellent insight to this conundrum in her new book ”Teaching Words and How They Work” We have an excellent conversation about how the digital…
 
What is COVID-19 COVID-19 is a new strain of coronavirus first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, China The disease was initially named Coronavirus disease Continue reading The post Episode 15: Keeping Ahead of Coronavirus. Helpful Information During the COVID-19 Pandemic With Alaina Dekerlegand, PharmD, BCIDP appeared first on The Pharm So Hard…
 
Welcome to this special supplemental episode of the Teaching Literacy Podcast. Due to current events, eLearning seems to be at the front of everyone’s mind. Yesterday, schools in my state of Utah were cancelled for 14 days due to Coronovirus, and I know there are thousands of schools nationwide where this is occurring. Naturally, eLearning seems to…
 
Does what we do in oral reading fluency transfer to silent reading? That may not be a question you’ve thought much about- I know I certainly didn’t before I was introduced to today’s topic. Oral reading fluency is a major milestone on the way to building a successful reader, but most authentic reading in the […]…
 
When a student is required to write about a text, what contributes to writing a successful summary? The first answer that may come to your mind is ‘reading comprehension’ did they understand the text the read in the first place? And you would be correct! Reading comprehension matters a whole lot when writing summaries. But […]…
 
Download Pharmacy Friday Pearl Handout Introduction Acute heart failure (AHF) is a common underlying cause for dyspnea in patients presenting to EDs around the globe.1-2 Continue reading The post Episode 14: High-Dose Nitroglycerin for Sympathetic Crashing Pulmonary Edema (SCAPE) with Rachel Wein, PharmD, BCPS appeared first on The Pharm So Hard Po…
 
Questions for Dan Hu Can you descript how you got interested in evaluating pharmacy students for residency? What are some of the current challenges of Continue reading The post Episode 13: Assessing Pharmacy Candidates for Pharmacy Residency Programs with Dan Hu appeared first on The Pharm So Hard Podcast.…
 
Definition Merger & Acquisition – defined as the consolidation of companies. Differentiating the two terms, Mergers is the combination of two companies to form one, Continue reading The post Episode 12. Mergers and Acquisitions with Oscar Santalo PharmD, MBA, MHA, BCPS appeared first on The Pharm So Hard Podcast.…
 
In this episode of the Pharm So Hard Podcast, Jimmy Pruitt PharmD, BCPS discusses with Ruben Santiago, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCCCP the role of an ED Pharmacist as part of a trauma team. Continue reading The post Episode 11: The Role of an ED Pharmacist as Part of the Trauma Team with Ruben Santiago, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCCCP appeared first on The Pharm So Ha…
 
Definitions Formulary medication – A determination that the medication is “appropriate for routine use” in select patient populations Per 2008 ASHP Guidelines on the Pharmacy Continue reading The post Episode 10. Formulary Management with Oscar Santalo appeared first on The Pharm So Hard Podcast.By Oscar Santalo PharmD, MBA, MHA, BCPS
 
In this episode on The Pharm So Hard Podcast, Jimmy Pruitt, PharmD, BCPS discusses the treatment of symptomatic hyponatremia using hypertonic saline. Continue reading The post Episode 9: The Treatment of Symptomatic Hyponatremia with Hypertonic Saline with Jimmy Pruitt appeared first on The Pharm So Hard Podcast.…
 
The guys take on the challenge of getting learners to pull their hands out of their pockets and put them on the patient. An episode built entirely around a listener's comment. So come along for about a 20 minute ride and be sure to add your comments and suggestions. Like, subscribe, rate, etc wherever you get your podcasts. Also be sure to follow u…
 
When was the last time you veered from your lesson plan? Why did you do it? Did your adaptation turn out better than your original plan? This episode, I discuss the adaptations teachers make during literacy, instruction with Dr. Margaret Vaughn of University of Idaho. We discuss how often teachers adapt instruction, what types of […]…
 
In this episode on The Pharm So Hard Podcast, Jimmy Pruitt, PharmD, BCPS and Ashley & Brooke Barlow PharmD, BCPS discuss growing up as twins, making quality infographics, ASHP Midyear, and the pursuit of residency training. Continue reading The post Episode 8: The Transition from Pharmacy School to Residency with the Pharmacy Twins Ashley & Brooke …
 
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