Using an iPad to Remotely Assess Seriously Ill Kids

Andrea Cruz MD MPH

Andrea Cruz MD MPH

Associate Professor of Pediatrics in Emergency Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Baylor College of Medicine
Andrea is the PECARN site PI for Texas Children’s Hospital and runs the Data Center for the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Collaborative Research Committee.
Andrea Cruz MD MPH

Andrea Cruz (Texas Children’s) and Michelle Macy (Michigan) presented the best PEM-related articles of 2016 at AAP this past October. If you weren’t one of the tens of thousands of people in the room that day, we’re going to be… Continue Reading

PemPix.2016 Finalist MULTIMEDIA

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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Have You Searched For Yourself Online? You’re Not The Only One

Sonny Tat

Sonny Tat

Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California at San Francisco
Sonny's academic interests are in team performance in resuscitation, developing learning platforms for medical education, and transitioning academics to the digital age. Sonny created PEMAcademy, a collaborative regional blog for PEM education and is the Editor-In-Chief of the PEMNetwork Blog. His hobbies include photography and cooking.
Sonny Tat

Professionalism is one of your most important and irreplaceable assets, built up over years of training, work, and compassion. Professionalism is one of the few aspects of your career entirely under your control. However Facebook, Twitter, and the rest of… Continue Reading

Your Uber Is On Its Way

Cindy Soon

Cindy Soon

Ultrasound Fellow at Denver Health Medical Center
Cindy completed her Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and is currently doing her ultrasound fellowship at Denver Health Medical Center. Her academic interests include everything involving teaching and research in pediatric point of care ultrasound.
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by Cindy Soon MD and edited by Lorraine Ng MD and Sonny Tat MD MPH Many new start-ups are promoting themselves as the Uber Something these days. There is the Uber of Dog Walking, The Uber of Snow Plows, and even The… Continue Reading

How I work: Managing My Reference Manager

Sonny Tat

Sonny Tat

Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California at San Francisco
Sonny's academic interests are in team performance in resuscitation, developing learning platforms for medical education, and transitioning academics to the digital age. Sonny created PEMAcademy, a collaborative regional blog for PEM education and is the Editor-In-Chief of the PEMNetwork Blog. His hobbies include photography and cooking.
Sonny Tat

My first time using a reference management system was a high school research paper on the Meiji Restoration. References weren’t found using an Internet search, as Al Gore had only recently invented it. I managed my references with a pile of… Continue Reading

New frontiers in Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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The PEM world appears to be running out of innovative ideas.  We’re always a niche specialty, there will always be demand for our services, but the latest items are reaching a maturity that makes us susceptible to the next best… Continue Reading

Stayin alive– there is an app for that!

Marc Auerbach

Marc Auerbach

Associate Professor, Director of Pedatric Simulation at Yale University School of Medicine
Marc is co-chair of the Pediatric Academic Society’s Special Interest Group on Simulation-Based Research and co-chair of INSPIRE (International Network for Pediatric Simulation-Based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education). A self-proclaimed “super geek,” Marc’s research and educational activities leverage technology to improve patient outcomes.
Marc Auerbach

What is your chance survival if you were to drop dead while walking down a busy street in the US? As they say in real estate- location, location, location… Your survival depends on where you live and who is around you.  While cardiopulmonary… Continue Reading

Carrots, sticks, and games for changing physician behaviors

Sonny Tat

Sonny Tat

Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California at San Francisco
Sonny's academic interests are in team performance in resuscitation, developing learning platforms for medical education, and transitioning academics to the digital age. Sonny created PEMAcademy, a collaborative regional blog for PEM education and is the Editor-In-Chief of the PEMNetwork Blog. His hobbies include photography and cooking.
Sonny Tat

New Year’s resolutions—sadly fading into the rear view mirror for many of us— are an exercise in breaking old habits and creating new ones. For example, I wanted to keep my kitchen workspace clean as I cooked—more like the professionals… Continue Reading