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Tips and Tricks

There's a (relatively) new PEM podcast in town - Peds-Centered - which "provides leading-edge information and conversations with experts in the field of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care, and Pediatric Hospital Medicine." And don't forget all the other great PEM podcasts out there, starting with the O.G. popular PEM Playbook from Tim Horeczko, great for deep dives, show notes, and clever mnemonics. If you have a shorter commute time, there's quicker tips and tricks from Joe Ravera at PEM GEMS. Listen to PEM Currents, a podcast from PEMBlog - bonus: each topic includes some references. Another bite-sized PEM podcast is PEM Rules, also featuring guests. For a more academic / expert commentary viewpoint CHOP's PEM Podcast hosted by Robert Belfer features guest experts. Finally, Pulse Check from Ruchika & Will covers non-clinical topics of interest to PEM providers.

Learn some pediatric emergency medicine while you drive, do dishes, fold laundry, etc. The best known PEM podcast is Tim Horeczko's (Harbor-UCLA) PEM Playbook - whereby Tim coaches you through tons of great learning, methodical approaches to PEM problems, and useful mnemonics; the helpful show notes are a great bonus. If you just have 15-20 minutes, though, head over to Joe Ravera's (another Harbor-UCLA alum, now at University of Vermont) PEM GEMS for tips and tricks for taking care of children in the ED (as well as some so bad they're good puns). And, finally, the new kid on the block is from Robert A. Belfer and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, PEM Podcast, offering insights into the latest clinical updates and innovations in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

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