We seek to encourage discussion and debate amongst emergency physicians at all levels of training, experience, and from a panoply of practice settings.
Each month, a set of questions will be published online, to our RSS feed, and to your inbox (if you subscribe). They will include a poster of the questions to print out and post in clinical areas, your departmental lounge, the computer lab, truck stop bathrooms, or any other location you see fit. Our aim is to stimulate conversation amongst practitioners in our specialty, in “real time” during clinical practice, online, and beyond.
We encourage you to join the debate on the web page, on twitter (@emlyceum), or on Facebook. We also welcome you to email us with any ideas, burning clinical questions you’ve encountered, comments, or critiques, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How not to use this (the obligatory disclaimer).
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