KT Evidence Bites: Targ...

Editor’s note: This is a series based on work done by three physicians (Patrick Archambault, Tim Chaplin, and our BoringEM Managing editor Teresa Chan)  for the Canadian National Review Course (NRC). You can read a description of this course here. The NRC brings EM residents from...

Counterpoint: SHPOS…we ...

This Counterpoint is an open letter from a group of Canadian learners and physicians that was written in response to a recent National Post Article (How a SHPOS is born: What doctors call their very worst patients) which described a phrase  the author suggested is...

BoringEM: We Need Your ...

Digital Scholarship & the Scholarship of Teaching Editor’s note: Alia Dharamsi is a PGY1 from the University of Toronto. She will be completing the first ever Digital Scholarship Elective with myself (Dr. Teresa Chan) & Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak this December.  The following...

Boring Question: Does m...

We have all had a patient or two request admission for intravenous antibiotics. Usually, the argument is that IV administration is better because it ‘gets into the blood more quickly’. In fact, many of us have made that argument ourselves, or heard it from our peers. But, what if I told...