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FACP. Colegio de médicos de Tarragona Nº 4305520 / fgcapriles@gmail.com

WORLD EMERGENCY MEDICINE SOCIETIES

Rapid IJ (aka Easy Internal Jugular Cannulation)

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jueves, 12 de diciembre de 2013

Artículos 2013

"The primary goal of Long Life Self Assessment (LLSA) is to promote continuous learning by diplomates. ABEM facilitates this learning by identifying an annual set of LLSA readings to guide diplomates in self-study of recent EM literature. Readings are intended to address issues of relevance to current clinical practice at the time they are posted. ABEM recognizes that EM is an ever-evolving science and that new knowledge becomes available on a continual basis.
LLSA readings are designed as study tools and should be read critically. They are not intended to be all-inclusive and are not meant to define the standard of care for the clinical practice of EM. ABEM does not endorse a specific research finding or treatment modality by virtue of its being the subject of a selected LLSA reading.
One criterion for choosing articles is that they be easily available from a variety of sources, such as common Emergency Medicine texts, libraries, and Internet websites. In addition, some publishers allow access to the articles directly from the ABEM public website, ABEM MOC Online, or both by clicking on the underlined listings."
https://www.abem.org/public/abem-maintenance-of-certification-(moc)/moc-lifelong-learning-and-self-assessment-(llsa)/llsa-reading-lists/2013-reading-list
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"These articles have been chosen as Annals' Editors' Top Selections because our editors consider them to be of particular interest or value to readers. They are provided in full text for free access to all readers on our Web site for 6 months, even those viewers who are not ACEP members or print subscribers."
http://www.annemergmed.com/content/editorstop
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"To provide a resource for evidence-based Emergency Medical education, this list of must-read landmark articles was created to supplement the Emergency Medicine (EM) internship year of training. There are 52 articles so that one article can be read at leisure each week of the year. I searched national databases and polled faculty at the University of Washington to identify articles that faculty would expect any EM resident to be familiar with or that they felt were practice-changing in EM. Articles were selected for the final list based on the quality of study design, sample size, and relevance for EM residents."
http://academiclifeinem.com/52-articles-in-52-weeks-landmark-em-articles-2013/