Current conversations and evidence-based practice issues related to Emergency Nursing.
Honestly...the talent in the zoom is amazing! We welcome Dr. Grant Innes, a true pioneer and famous researcher in Emergency Medicine (and former Resident of Dr. Peter Rosen himself)! We also welcome Sherry Stackhouse, a well-known emergency nurse educator and Allan Lai co-host of the world-famous ResusTonight podcast. Oh and Monique and Landon are there too but definitely humbled by the rest of them!
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Finally! We get to talking about the electrolytes and their disturbances. It will make more sense listening to Episode 1 and 2 first!Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
In what was supposed to be a 2-part series, it became evident that it needed to be three once we started getting nerdy about feedback loops in the body. Enjoy this episode where we talk about the body's feedback systems and how it maintains balance.Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
On this episode we talk about COVID drug therapy - steroids, the "zumabs" and, of course, ivermectin. Note that this was recorded on September 15, 2021 and information (and weird trendy drugs) change frequently...Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
We had the opportunity to have an extremely valuable experience in interviewing a network of people from various areas who have the lived experience of the war on drugs. The focus is hearing how they would like to be treated when presenting to the emergency department. Their lived experience will cause any health provider to reflect on their practice and make simple changes to make everyone's experience of care better!Support...
This month we talk about the types of vaccines and focus on the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine and dispel the myths circulating about it.Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This month we talk about mask wearing and share our opinions on mask wearing. And really we ask the question...why is this even a question? Love us or hate us...we have an opinion on the matter! Note this was recorded mid-September 2020 and took us a bit of time to get online (obviously information changes as time goes on...).Support the show
This month we interview world-renowned harm reduction epidemiologist Dr. Jane Buxton about how the COVID pandemic has crossed with the opiate crises and harm reduction. Dr. Buxton is truly inspiring in her approach to addictions medicine and approaching additions with a human perspective that could benefit all emergency practitioners.Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This month we talk to Dr. Robert Reynolds a 'friendly-neighbourhood' infectious disease specialist about COVID. A mish mash of questions and thoughts for our little conversation.,Support the show
Join Landon, Monique and Dr. Bob Anthony who combined have 102 Years of Emergency Medicine/Nursing Practice. We have a chat about what's changed and how COVID-19 has caused lots of us to pause and reflect on our situation. And for those interested, check out our free COVID-19 learning at covid19.epicclearning.caSupport the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This month we talk with Dr. Andrew Shih, your friendly neighbourhood hematologist (back by popular demand) about anticoagulants and how to reverse them in bleeding.Support the show
This month we welcome back our special guest Dr. Gary Andolfatto to talk about behavioural and agitation control using multiple medications...and of course...ketamine!Support the show
This month we talk again with everyone's favourite transfusion specialist about when to transfuse. Lower hemoglobin levels are well tolerated and learn about what we might be doing to even cause anemia!Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This month we interview Dr. Andrew Shih, everyone's favourite friendly neighbourhood Tranfusion Medicine Specialist. We talk about Massive Transfusion, TXA, Calcium, Blood typing and a whole lot more. This is fantastic!Support the show
This month we talk about everything you've ever wanted to know about pancreatitis. As with last month, we are still solving some sound issues and they will get better soon!Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This episode talks about various pain scales, their use in the clinical setting and at triage. And as always, we have an opinion to share! Sorry for the sound quality in this one but as you know we are 'one-take-wonders' and we are working to make the sound better in the future.Support the show (https://nursem.org/donate/)
This month we talk to Allan and Rob from Resuscitation Tonight about why Nursing podcasting, tweeting and exposure matters. And...well...its a bit of shameless promotion for their new podcast - search for Resuscitation Tonight in your podcast App! Follow them at @ResusTonight on Twitter or their website www.resustonight.comSupport the show
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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