Emergency Care

39 articles
by Don Melady Frank Molnar

‘You can’t manage what you don’t measure’: Hospitals slow to recognize increasing number of dementia patients

In our hospitals, we have no systems in place to identify people living with dementia, measure how many there are or how their dementia impacts our care. And hospitals are not implementing programs to improve.

by Max Binks-Collier

How one ER partnered with a mental-health organization to care for youth in distress

Young adults recovering from mental illness and substance use are working in the emergency room of a Toronto hospital to give young patients in psychological distress the support they need.

by Neel Mistry Paul Rooprai Shubham Mistry Kim Rooprai

How long is too long? Assessing wait times in Canadian EDs

by Arshia Javidan Howard Ovens

The future of emergency care: Takeaways from COVID-19

by Christopher Guiliano Claudia Hanni Sheliza Halani James Downar

An Ounce of Prevention: Pantoprazole in the Intensive Care Unit and Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Diabetes

by Vanessa Milne Joshua Tepper Jeremy Petch

Emergency room overcrowding: causes and cures

by Kieran Quinn Lauren Lacroix Emily Hughes Sheliza Halani

REPLAY: Emergent Realizations – Contrast-Induced Nephropathy & Opioid Prescribing Patterns

by Matthew Piaseczny Samuel Vaillancourt

Between life and death: should family witness resuscitation?

by Kieran Quinn Lauren Lacroix Emily Hughes Sheliza Halani

Emergent Realizations: Contrast-Induced Nephropathy & Opioid Prescribing Patterns

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