Jul 1, 2022
Do recent events prove that our society is sick? I believe that they do. Does 40 years of experience caring for sick individuals justify my comentary discussing why it is sick and what can be done to cure it? Decide for yourself.
Jun 1, 2022
Emergency physicians report the highest levels of burnout among medical specialities. So how am I still tolerating and even enjoying (sometimes) going off to work after forty years? On this episode I explain why I've been lucky.
May 1, 2022
Things seem to go more smoothly when the "voice of authority" can be trusted to guide us along. But can it? Not if opposing viewpoints are ignored or repressed.
Apr 1, 2022
Can insights inspired by butterflies help us avoid the chaos that too often reigns in our emergency departments? On this episode I discuss "the butterfly effect" and why respecting it can help protect emergency physicians and patients alike.
Mar 1, 2022
An emergency physician must know what to do under trying circumstances. But before this can be done , he must first know what is happening and when to do something must be done. On this episode, I relate how I began to learn these skills working a part time job in medical school.