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August Newsletter Released!

The August newsletter is now available! Click the link below to download. This month’s topic is “Potpourri”, a bunch of random stuff of interest.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • Crowdfunding medical research
  • McSwain’s rules of patient care
  • What if you don’t have TEG for trauma?
  • REBOA: All it’s cracked up to be?
  • Treating headache after TBI

Subscribers received the newsletter last week. If you want to subscribe to get early delivery in the future (and download back issues), click here.

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Trauma MedEd Newsletter Released To Subscribers Next Week!

The August Trauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers on September 1. This month is the annual “Potpourri” issue. Articles include:

  • Crowdfunding research
  • Thoughts on TEG/ROTEM
  • Thoughts on REBOA
  • And more!

Anyone on the subscriber list as of midnight (CST) on August 31 will receive it the next day. Everybody else will have to wait for me to release it here the following week. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

And did you catch all the malpractice articles in the last two issues?

Pick up back issues here!

July Newsletter Released!

The July newsletter is now available! Click the link below to download. This month’s topic is “Malpractice and Trauma, part 2”.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • Does open discussion at M&M increase lawsuits?
  • Is family presence during trauma resuscitation risky?
  • EMS liability litigation
  • Basics of nursing malpractice
  • Forensic nursing

Subscribers received the newsletter last weekend. If you want to subscribe to get early delivery in the future (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download newsletter.

June Trauma MedEd Newsletter Released

The June newsletter is now available! Click the link below to download. This month’s topic is “Malpractice and Trauma”.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • 10 things that will get you sued
  • Why surgeons don’t want to take care of trauma patients
  • Malpractice risk by specialty
  • Not all trauma surgeons are created equal

There was so much good stuff on this topic, I’ll be continuing it next month. I’ll include articles on nursing and prehospital provider malpractice, things that you don’t see discussed very often.

Subscribers received the newsletter last weekend. If you want to subscribe to get early delivery in the future (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download newsletter.

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June Newsletter Released To Subscribers Friday!

The June Trauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers this weekend. I’ll be covering a topic no one wants to think about but everyone wants to know more about: Malpractice and trauma professionals. Articles include:

  • What gets a physician sued?
  • Trauma surgery malpractice risk
  • Malpractice risk by specialty
  • Nursing malpractice
  • And more…

Anyone on the subscriber list as of 8PM Friday (CST) will receive it later over the weekend. I’ll release it to everyone else the middle of next week via the blog. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!