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"ACEP Frontline," hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in Emergency Medicine.

"ACEP Frontline," hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in Emergency Medicine.
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"ACEP Frontline," hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in Emergency Medicine.




Alexander Limkakeng, MD, FACEP – Research Evolution

In this episode of ACEP’s “Frontline”, your host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Alexander Limkekang about the Research Forum at ACEP18. What does machine learning or EHR algorithms have to do with emergency medicine? Plenty! Find out how “big data” supports your clinical efforts in advancing patient care.


Torree McGowan, MD, FACEP - Military Medicine and Disaster Preparedness

On today’s episode of ACEP’s “Frontline”, host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Torree McGowan about her experience in the military and how that has shaped her career. Most of Emergency Medicine was started if not shaped on the battlefield. Did you know Emergency Ultrasound was developed for the military? Find out what other medical advancements are attributed to the military and how we translate those into protocols for mass casualty situations when they happen in our communities.


Rachel Liu, MD, FACEP – Ultrasound in ACLS

Today on ACEP’s “Frontline”, host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Rachel Liu about Ultrasound in ACLS. Recorded live at ACEP18, Dr. Stanton and Dr. Liu discuss how ultrasound is being used in ACLS applications including using transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) to monitor compressions and compression location during cardiac arrest. Listen in to learn what skills you should know and pearls from one of ACEP’s top Ultrasound experts!


Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS – Disaster Readiness

Dr. Myers is the president of the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) and sat down to talk with ACEP's "Frontline" host, Dr. Ryan Stanton at ACEP18 to discuss the continuum of care in a disaster event. Whether it’s a rapidly unfolding mass shooting, or a longer sustained even like a hurricane or wildfire - there are a lot of moving parts when it comes to providing care for those effected by the event. Listen in to see how to partner with other first responders and emergency...


Paul Kivela, MD, MBA, FACEP – Advancing Unity in Emergency Medicine

With increasing corporatization of Emergency Medicine, how do we get back to a place of support and empowerment of the Emergency Physician? On this episode of ACEP Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton and ACEP’s Immediate Past President, Dr. Paul Keivela, discuss divisions within the specialty of EM and how to come together and present a unified front. How has social media effected the discussion? Find out on today’s Frontline.


Scott Kurpiel, MD, MBA – Clinical Ultrasound Accreditation Program (CUAP)

In today’s episode of ACEP’s Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Scott Kurpiel about ACEP's Clinical Ultrasound Accreditation Program (CUAP). This program is not an individual merit badge, but an accreditation for the ED focusing on making sure the Emergency Department meets requirements for the Ultrasound program’s administration, quality and safety. This program was developed in an effort to standardize quality and safety for Point of Care ultrasound. Find out what benefits this...


Marianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP – BRUE

Today on ACEP’s Frontline your host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill about something that impacts all emergency physicians. The term BRUE is the ‘new’ ALTE. In 2016 the American Academy of Pediatrics began using the term after releasing a policy statement about an infant who experience a “Brief Resolved Unexplained Event”. It refers to infants under 12 months of age who, according to the parent, had an event such as a loss of tone, stiffening, an apneic episode or loss...


Seth Trueger, MD, MPH, FACEP – EM Social Media

ACEP Frontline host, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with EM Social Media guru, Dr. Seth Trueger about how social media impacts emergency medicine information. FOAMed? Fake News? How do you decide and what do you do with the information? Tune in and listen to the conversation.


Jerome Hoffman, MD, FACEP - EM Literature Update

Today on ACEP’s "Frontline", host, Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest, Dr. Jerome Hoffman, discuss clinical pearls in recent EM literature. What are the new practice-changing articles for the year? Dig in to the details in this episode, recorded live at ACEP18.


Richard Bukata, MD – Evaluating Physician Performance

On this episode of ACEP’s Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Richard Bukata about evaluating physician performance. Why measure physician performance? Because your patients deserve the best care you can give them. There can be huge discrepancies in patient admissions and test ordering from physician to physician, but what does that mean for patient outcomes? Listen in on this lively discussion recorded at ACEP18.


Brian Levine, MD, FACEP - EMRA's New Antibiotic Guide

ACEP18 has just started and we already have experts “On the Air”! Today, ACEP Frontline host Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Brian Levine discuss antibiotic stewardship. EMRA has just released a new antibiotic guide and it has everything you need to know! This is one conversation you don't want to miss!


Jennifer L Wiler, MD, MBA, FACEP – Alternative Payment Models

On this episode of ACEP's "Frontline", host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Jennifer Wiler about Alternative Payment Models. Do you know what “Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA)” is? It’s potentially the most important piece of legislation passed in this decade which is going to change the way physicians and clinicians are paid. Listen in to find out how this impacts Emergency Physicians and how can you help shape these models.


Neal E. Flomenbaum, MD, FACEP – Moving EM Out of the ED

On today’s ACEP Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Neal Flomenbaum talk about moving Emergency Medicine out of the ED. Dr. Flomenbaum shares his views about the shift from Emergency Medicine being all inpatient based treatment to starting patient care closer to where the emergency is occurring in some cases. This can mean Urgent Care Centers, Free-Standing Emergency Departments, Telemedicine, Community Based Para-medicine, Event Medicine and more. Listen in as Dr. Stanton and...


Stefanie Simmons, MD, FACEP – Physician Coaching and Engagement

On this episode of “ACEP’s Frontline”, host Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest, Dr. Stefanie Simmons, discuss physician burnout, career engagement, wellness and how all of these can help to improve the patient experience. Supporting physicians in their jobs and providing the opportunity for mentoring and coaching can help the physician succeed when they face frustration and burnout in the ED.


Mark S. Rosenberg, DO, MBA, FACEP – End-of-life Care in the Emergency Department

Today on ACEP Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Mark Rosenberg about the patient’s end-of-life care. When asked “how do you want to die”, most relatively healthy people will say, “in my sleep” or “I just want to drop dead”, but the reality is, 6.4% of population in North American will die from a sudden death episode. Statistically the rest of the population will die from a cancer trajectory, organ failure trajectory, or dementia. Each of these areas can benefit from palliative...


Anna McFarlin, MD - Pediatric Head Injury and Fever

Today, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Anna McFarlin about pediatric head injury and pediatric fever. They discuss tools use to assess suspected concussion and the parameters for recovery and a follow-up, including return to play options for the younger athlete. Also, in this episode, learn about pediatric fever. What are the guidelines for the under three-months old vs. over three-months old? What is the magic number for fever? Find out on this episode of ACEP Frontline. Additional...


Eric Ketcham, MD and Kathryn Hawk, MD – MAT 3-Rule

On today’s ACEP Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton discusses the MAT 3-Rule for prescribing buprenorphine for the opioid use disorder patient. Recorded live at LAC18, ACEP experts Dr. Eric Ketcham and Dr. Kathryn Hawk talk about how helping the patient with opioid withdrawal symptoms, they are more likely to continue on a path to help and recovery. Listen in to this critical discussion to learn what you need to know about care for this growing population. Resource: COWS Score...


James Dahle, MD, FACEP – White Coat Investor

What’s the difference between wealth and income? Find out on this episode of ACEP Frontline. Dr. Ryan Stanton takes todays topic out of the ED and discusses physician finances with White Coat Investor, Dr. Jim Dahle. Find out the top three things residents and attending physicians can do to help build wealth. Also, learn how to avoid some of the biggest mistakes that many physicians make with their money. This is one episode you literally can’t afford to miss! For more information about The...


Eric Ketcham, MD and Kathryn Hawk, MD - Medication Assisted Treatment EMPRN Survey Results

On today’s ACEP Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton discusses Medication Assisted Treatment for patients with opioid use disorder. Recorded live at LAC18, ACEP experts Dr. Eric Ketcham and Dr. Kathryn Hawk share the results of a survey from the Emergency Medicine Practice Research Network (EMPRN) about current practices for patients with an addiction disorder. Survey Results:...


Dr. Sandy Schneider, Dr. Mark Rosenberg, and Dr. Kevin Biese - Why GEDA? Why ACEP?

Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Sandy Schneider, Dr. Mark Rosenberg, and Dr. Kevin Biese on this edition of “ACEP Frontline”. The group discusses “Why GEDA? Why ACEP, and why is a geriatric ED important?” This podcast covers the evolution of care for older adults, how four EM organizations came together to spearhead and document standards of care to the point of achieving the ACEP accreditation program. Hear about the journey, the patient benefit, and stakeholder value. Check out the webpage...