Our Educational Resources

Our faculty are on the cutting edge of medical education. Below are two examples of how they are teaching residents in innovative ways.
 

Behind the Scenes of the Emergency Department

“Having a real patient involved – not just a simulation or a PowerPoint presentation – is so much more powerful from an educational perspective.”  - Larry Mellick, M.D.

Dr. Larry Mellick, professor and vice chair of emergency medicine, created an educational YouTube channel that goes behind the scenes of USA Health's emergency departments. The videos serve as an additional resource to teach medical students and residents about scenarios they might encounter in emergency medicine. Learn more about Dr. Mellick's YouTube channel on the Med School Watercooler blog.

Dr. Larry Mellick's Youtube Channel

 

Popular Videos from Dr. Mellick's Channel

 

 

Emergency Medicine Board Bombs

"The best, most honest teaching is unscripted." - Blake Briggs, M.D.

Dr. Blake Briggs, assistant professor of emergency medicine, is the founder and host of Emergency Medicine Board Bombs, an online, asynchronous learning resource. It is free and peer-reviewed, with podcasts, rapid high-yield review summaries, and procedural modules. The entertaining podcasts are under 30 minutes and cover foundational EM topics. EM Board Bombs is partnered with the American College of Emergency Physicians to deliver board-relevant information that every provider must know to practice up-to-date clinical care.

 

Emergency Medicine Board Bombs podcast recording studio

 

Popular Episodes of Emergency Medicine Board Bombs