Dr. Kennedy Hall's study finds that emergency departments are strained by physician shortages, predominantly in rural areas.
This opportunity has considerable potential for high quality care at a lower cost, and allows otherwise healthy patients with a pulmonary embolism avoid admission and go about living their lives with minimal interruption.
The Department of Emergency Medicine and the Education Leadership Team graduated its fourth class of EM residents on June 7.
UW Emergency Medicine at SAEM
"Excluding Observation Stays from Readmission Rates – What Quality Measures Are Missing"
Outstanding scholarly works showcased from faculty, fellows, and residents.
Dr. David Townes will again lead a course sponsored by the UW Department of Global Health and the CDC.
Two resident physicians published a study showing strong correlation between opioid potency and serious adverse events.
Meet the twelve new UW Emergency Medicine residents who make up the class of 2022!
University of Washington emergency medicine residents organized the first ever UW Social Emergency Medicine conference to address rising health inequities in Seattle.
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