27 02, 2019

Mass Casualty Shootings and the Implications of the Impact if Left Unchecked

2019-02-27T18:49:37-06:00February 27th, 2019|The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2019|

Lindsey Roden, MPH ACOEP Staff August 3, 2010, eight people killed in Manchester, CT. June 17, 2015, nine people killed in Charleston, SC. December 2, 2015, 14 people killed in San Bernardino, CA. June 12, 2016, 49 people killed in Orlando, FL. October 1, 2017, 58 people killed in Las Vegas, NV. Feb [...]

20 02, 2019

The Winter Student Symposium – I Didn’t Know What to Expect

2019-02-20T15:19:13-06:00February 20th, 2019|Current Events, The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2019|

Zach Mauro OMS-III, EMT-P ACOEP-RSO Conference Co-Chair The Winter Student Symposium - I didn't know what to expect "ABCDE and a secondary survey will never fail you!" "If you don't already, you're going to love ultrasound at the end of today!" "We [as residency programs] want to know why you want t [...]

12 02, 2019


2019-02-12T14:24:15-06:00February 12th, 2019|The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2019|

Taylor Klein, OMS-II, NRAEMT AZCOM I’d be surprised to encounter someone working in healthcare who doesn’t remember their first experience with death.  We are taught that it’s inevitable; we can’t save everyone. We know that we will eventually encounter patients who are beyond the help of medical in [...]

9 01, 2019

How Can YOU Save a Life? – PulsePoint: Empowering Superheroes

2019-01-15T21:52:04-06:00January 9th, 2019|Current Events, The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2019|

Anthony Unger, OMS-3, BS Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine My uncle believed he was a healthy man. Surviving cancer at a young age caused him to live a very positive and compassionate life. It was no surprise he signed up for a 100-mile bike ride supporting our veterans. He completed the two [...]

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