Course Credit: 3 hours
AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions
Below we have listed our selection of the 5 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months, as assessed in June 2022 related to Neurology emergencies in the Emergency Department, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this Block, we identified 2 AIR and 3 Honorable Mentions blog posts. After reading the posts, please take the quizzes. We recommend programs give 3 hours (approximately 30 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.
|EMDocs||Cauda Equina Syndrome: Why do we miss it? How to improve?||John H. Priester, MD and Mark Bisanzo, MD||13 Jun 2021||AIR|
|EMCrit||Spinal Epidural Abscess||Josh Farkas, MD||25 Feb 2022||AIR|
|Clinical Monster||Must Be Blood on the Brain||Molly Piccione, DO||3 June 2021||HM|
|EMCrit||Neuro emergencies in pregnancy||Josh Farkas, MD||23 Feb 2022||HM|
|EMCrit||Neuro-onc emergencies||Josh Farkas, MD||2 June 2022||HM|
AIR = Approved Instructional Resource; HM = Honorable Mention
1 thought on “Neurology – 2022”
The link for the clinical monster website no longer works, and I was also unable to find a functioning link for the article via google.