Psychobehavioral – 2017

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Course Credit: 1 hours

AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions

Below we have listed our selection of the 6 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months (as assessed in June 2017) related to psychobehavioral emergencies, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this Module, we identified 0 AIR and 2 Honorable Mentions. After reading, please take the quizzes. We recommend programs give 1 hour of III credit for this module.

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Rebel EM: Chemical Sedation of the Agitated PatientBradford Schwartz, MD2/16/17HM
Pediatric EM Morsels: AgitationSean Fox, MD8/5/16HM

2 thoughts on “Psychobehavioral – 2017”

    1. Michelle Lin, MD

      Hi Danny,
      Thanks for your comment! I agree with you that in the real world, verbal de-escalation while preparing chemical sedation is likely the most efficient and practical plan. In the question itself, we think verbal de-escalation is the best answer of the 5 options. We did not list the option of preparing to chemically sedate. Does that make sense?

      Thanks,
      Andy Grock

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