I know of an EM guy who went into this 15+ years ago and still does it, so he must like it. I don't know him personally, but he's a friend of a friend. If you want his name, DM me. He's googleable. You could try cold calling him. I'm not sure if he'd help out or not, but it can't hurt to try.Hi
Anyone here or know of anyone who has ventured into outpatient wound care/hyperbarics? Need some advice. Please pm. Thanks!
I'm really working on it. Between the Buddhism and the Stoicism, I'm slowly becoming the hypnotized dude in Office Space.
Speak some wisdom.
The old surgery adage of "slow is smooth, smooth is fast" applies to EM in a stoicism sort of way. Always be getting the core things done to protect your mental workload. Corollary: the bull**** or extraneous stuff becomes more obvious and easier to push to the side. I found this reduced my post-shift stays.
Could you expand on what you mean by this a little bit? Maybe give an example?
Bump. Wound care sounds like my way home. How does a early career EM doc switch into this? Courses? Certifications? Or just learn on the job?