ACEP in Need of Doc Blog Content
POSTED: March 21st, 2017
POSTED IN: EPIC - The Official Newsletter of MOCEP, March/April 2017,
ACEP is in need of “Doc Blog” content for their Emergency Care For You site. They are looking for articles on basic consumer-health information and have provided suggested topics below. If you have other ideas, they are open to that as well. Articles should be 400-500 words in length, created in a Word document, and have some element of personal experience (mainly a patient or patients you treated once and how that experience can help others, etc.). Please reach out to Michael Baldyga, firstname.lastname@example.org, prior to writing content to verify there is still content needed for that topic.
- Bike injuries that involved not wearing a helmet
- Can you drink too much water? What’s the risk of overhydrating?
- Staying healthy when traveling
- Boating injuries
- How technology is changing the way I do my job.
- Did you treat a shark attack victim? (this could be interesting)
- Jellyfish, stingray, etc. Is urinating on yourself to treat it just a myth?
- Fire dangers/ Brush fire dangers – people clearing brush from their property, etc.
- Sexually transmitted diseases – what can bring people to the ED
- Snake bites
- Dealing with patients with dementia/Alzheimer’s
- Spotting the signs of dating violence
- Electric shock injuries
- Texting while walking injures
- Common foot injuries
- Drug shortages and how it affects your job
- Ambulance diversion
- How has technology helped you do your job differently. (What do you rely on now that didn’t exist when you started your career?)
- CT Scans in the ED
- How medical liability issues affect your job and why should patients care?
- Can spring allergies be dangerous?
- Dangers of food poisoning
- Common camping injuries
- An example of a patient who waited too long before going to the ED
- What is stroke?
- Stroke in women
- Stroke in children