Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

by Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP, Sharon Bord, MD

For Step 2 it's important to know about Emergency Medicine. This lecture will provide information that will heighten your basic understanding of wounds and wound care, toxicology, and trauma management, among other topics.

The lecture is supported by download material and quizzes with direct feedback to identify possible knowledge gaps.

Course Details

  • Videos 201
  • Duration 19:01 h
  • Quiz questions 587
  • Articles 60

Content

Your Educators of course Emergency Medicine

 Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP

Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP

As an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Julianna Jung, M.D. is an expert in teaching students. She has been the director of medical student education in the Emergency Medicine department since 2006 and was appointed the associate director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center in 2011. She is also a national leader in education, holding a position on the Executive Committee of Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine.
 Sharon Bord, MD

Sharon Bord, MD

As an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Sharon Bord, M.D. knows how to teach important skills to students. She is a member of the Committee of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors and Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine and on the editorial board for a board review question book.

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EBM can't be presented in a better way.
By Paul J. on 13. April 2019 for Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS): ECG & Risk Patients

The professor is outstanding in her way of expressing the facts in a palatable way and the EBM she gives is fantastic.

 
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By Masood A. on 05. April 2019 for Cardiovascular Emergencies and Shock

Core concepts explained very clearly. Easy to grasp. I like the easy way difficult topics are explained. Explanations should be included in answers to questions at the end of each lecture. I would recommend this course to all who want to crack USMLE.

 
Great lecture but lacks a warning
By Andrew M. on 28. March 2019 for Pulmonary Embolism (PE): Management

Great lecture given by a competent speaker. But Dr Bord let us down a little by not elaborating on a clinical teaching point and pearl of wisdom that she may have wanted to talk about in more detail. She makes several references to the subtle presentations PE can take and gives two personal examples in her introduction. She also encourages us to follow our gut instinct if PE is on our minds as a likely diagnosis. I have learnt that if you go looking for text book presentations then you are on the wrong track, and to some extent this lecture encourages us to think text book. One of the most confounding and frustrating aspects of PE is that it can present in many ways - it's a mischievous demon. For me shortness of breath is the only reliable symptom. I would like a warning given to include PE in the differential diagnosis of any patient presenting with shortness of breath. However, despite my warning PERC and Wells are a good aid for getting you out of a misdiagnosis, but you have to be thinking PE to begin with. If, as clinical educators, we pushed this point in 101 then perhaps more PEs could be picked up earlier.

 
The Life´s Light
By Robson P. on 25. February 2019 for Emergency Medicine: General Topics

The course has a very good presentation. The professor Jung, probably is not relative of C.G. Jung, but has its skills in describing a situation. She is marvelous.