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April 2005

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FROM THE IAEM

Letter from the Chairman

Jacob Or, MD

 

FROM THE JOURNAL

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Joseph Leibman, MD

 

GUEST EDITOR: FOCUS ON EDUCATION

A Spring of Opportunities in Education

Ivan P. Steiner, MD

 

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EDUCATION 

Continuing Professional Development in Emergency Medicine

William A. McCauley, MD

 

Human Patient Simulation and and Distance Education: A Review

Cameron K MacGougan, BSc, MD, Ken H Lam BSc, MD

 

Survey of Current Pediatric Emergency Nursing Education in Israel

Itai Shavit, BSc. MD, Ivan P Steiner BSc, MD

 

Direct Observation in Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Training

Philip W. Yoon, MD, MBA

 

Commentary: Mentoring in Academic Emergency Medicine

E. Jackson Allison, Jr., MD, MPH, Susan E. Wilson, MEd, MS

 

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Volume 5, Number 2

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RADIOLOGY

Radiology Challenge: The Painful Walk

G. Zargaraff, MD, Michael Zucker, MD

 

 

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MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY

Thyrotoxic Hypokalemic Paralysis: Case Report

Alberto Kurzbaum MD, Maria Gershovich MD, Lucy Lieberman MD,  Safori Gassan MD, Joseph Reifler MD

 

Nicotinic Acid Food Poisoning: Case Report

Alberto Kurzbaum  MD, Safori Gassan  MD,  Lucy Lieberman MD

 

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A BREAK IN THE ACTION

Improving Patient Comprehension: In the ED, and After They (Or You) Have Left

Steven M. Friedman, MD, MPH

 

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Support for publishing this issue was provided through a generous contribution from the Azrieli Foundation.