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Communication in Emergency Medicine by Widely varying patient needs, a wide provider mix, significant power differentials, and a heightened emotional state all contribute to barriers in communication in the medical field and all of these elements are magnified in an emergency department. Communication in Emergency Medicine highlights key challenges to effective communication in Emergency Medicine that may be experienced by healthcare providers, students, nurses, and even hospital administrators. The text addresses these pitfalls by demonstrating how a mix of foundational communication techniques and leadership skills can be used to successfully overcome barriers in information exchange highlighted by real-life clinical scenarios with an emphasis on avoidable pitfalls. Chapters explore principles of communication, patient and family interactions, and communications within and outside of the healthcare system, rounding off with a number of case studies. The approach of utilizing the environment of an emergency department with high stakes conflicts faced every day by medical professionals distinguishes Communication in Emergency Medicine as an ideal resource for Emergency Medicine providers, with lessons which can also be applied in many other settings as well.
Call Number: RC86.3 .C66 2019x
Reichman's Emergency Medicine Procedures by Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The most clear, complete, and easy-to-understand review of emergency medicine procedures - enhanced by an animation library and more than 1,500 full-color photographs Reichman's Emergency Medicine Procedures, Third Edition is written to provide a detailed, step-by-step approach to more than 200 procedures performed in an emergency or acute care setting. This trusted classic will provide medical students, residents, advanced practice clinicians, and the seasoned emergentologist with a reliable, one-stop procedural reference on which to base clinical practices and technical skills. The Third Edition is enhanced by added chapters, algorithms, clinical pictures, radiographs, tables, and coverage of cutting-edge technological advancements. Features: * Organized into 16 sections, each representing an organ system, an area of the body, or a surgical specialty. * Each chapter is devoted to a single procedure * Chapters have a similar format that encompasses: * Relevant anatomy and pathophysiology * Indications and contraindications for the procedure * Preparation for the patient, including consent, anesthesia, and analgesia * Step-by-step description of the procedure * Cautions that indicate common problems * Alternative techniques and helpful hints * Aftercare and follow-up * Potential complications * Summary of critical information * More than 1,500 full-color photographs * Companion online library of animations demonstrates approximately 40 common or difficult procedures. * Includes both common and infrequently encountered procedures * Important evidence-based recommendations throughout * Helpful pedagogy includes key information, cautions, and important facts highlighted in bold The techniques presented in this book will dramatically expand your understanding of emergency medicine procedures, and most importantly, your ability to deliver positive patient outcomes.
Call Number: RC86.8 .R45 2019