The practice of emergency medicine is no longer a one size fits all approach. Furthermore, most of your patients are not usually 'average' as described in journal articles. With more data, newer analytic techniques, and a better understanding of pathologies, we can isolate the exact and most appropriate therapies for our individual patients. We're already doing it, but we should be doing it better. Learn how to be systems thinkers and become better providers.
Using examples from emergency medicine, I will show how a comprehensive approach to patient care can be beneficial for guiding theories and therapies tailored for an individual. This concept of precision medicine allows us to incorporate all knowledge and processes in to one picture rather than segregating medical care in to buckets. We will also discuss some of the challenges in this type of thinking and best practices for translating in to your every day work.
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