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Occupational Stressors of ED Physicians

The Double-edged Sword In the field of medicine, the Emergency Department presents a unique working environment that doesn’t quite compare with other clinical settings. It can be looked at as a double-edged sword. On one hand, the ED offers prestigious, high value,...

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Consequences of the Consolidation of Health Care

Is the consolidation of health care and its bureaucracy getting in the way of patient treatment and physician happiness? Health care professionals know that the system in which they work has become more complex than ever before. Health care policy, insurance,...

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Stress in the ICU During COVID-19

ICU Stress Pre-Covid It is no secret that the critical care working environment heads higher stressors than most professional settings. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, studies found roughly 1 in every 2 ICU professionals reported moderate stress during their normal...

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7 Reasons You Need PEPID

It takes a lot to provide patient-centered, evidence-based care. From dosing calculations to uncommon conditions, even the most seasoned clinician can benefit from a tool designed for the 10-second triple-check. That's exactly what PEPID specialty-specific clinical...

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Next Gen Now: Telemedicine & E-visits

The Tech Savvy Uprising With patients and providers alike becoming more tech-savvy, it is no surprise that technology is increasingly being implemented to facilitate the patient-physician relationship. Telemedicine, which is defined as the remote diagnosis and...

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Mental Health Within COVID-19 Pandemic

Pandemic Affiliated Stressors With change, stress, and uncertainty comes many questions and worries. Since the pandemic of the COVID-19 began, there has been an increased threat of mental illnesses. There are not stressors solely from attempting to stay healthy and...

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Will COVID-19 Force Us to Finally Accept Telemedicine?

Unavoidable Adaptation to Telemedicine The COVID-19 Pandemic has proved to be a truly strange time for everyone. Patients and providers alike agree social distancing has had its negatives. But perhaps the burden that has been put on society will be the driving force...

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PEPID at HIMSS20 Digital

  Experience the education and innovation of the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition… virtually. PEPID is participating in the effort to continue collaborating with the healthcare information and management systems community despite the conference's...

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COVID-19 Compiled Resources from PEPID

With the constantly evolving nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, PEPID's goal is to be a source of evidence-based, reliable information for the healthcare community. PEPID will continue to rapidly review and update its resources concerning the COVID-19 outbreak within...

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Wuhan Coronavirus arrives in the US

PEPID News: Coronavirus arrives in US The CDC and WHO are closely monitoring an outbreak of caused by a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) originating in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. The outbreak was reported to the WHO on December 31, 2019. Since then, the death toll has...

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Women In Medicine Month: Podcast Spotlight

In honor of Women in Medicine Month, we are highlighting our favorite podcasts led or co-led by women in medicine! The More the Merrier In recent years there has been an increasing number of women in medicine. Since 2018, more women than men have been applying and...

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Blood Test to Predict Alzheimer’s 94% Accurate

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO recently reported a game changing blood test that could significantly decrease the cost of clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease. The findings, published August 1st in the journal Neurology,...

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Rock It Like A Surgeon

According to a study by Figure 1 and Spotify 90% of surgeons and surgical residents listen to music in the operating theater, and the most popular genre of the 700 surgeons from more than 50 countries surveyed is rock at 49% and pop at 48%. Classical followed closely...

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Novel FDA Drug Approvals: February-May 2019

Every year, the US FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) releases a list of newly-approved novel drugs and therapeutic biological products. Last year's Novel Drug Approvals list holds the record for the most number of approved drugs, effectively...

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Space Kills: First Responders Needed on May 4th

Exploring the next frontier while mastering ninja-like tricks is fun… until someone’s arm gets cut off with an electric sword. All Earth healers are urged to act as first responders and ensure their spacecraft or portable communication device is equipped with PEPID....

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