Brad E. Talley

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OBJECTIVE Use of bedside emergency department (ED) ultrasound has become increasingly important for the clinical practice of emergency medicine (EM). We sought to evaluate differences in the availability of immediate bedside ultrasound based on basic ED characteristics and physician staffing. METHODS We surveyed ED directors in all 351 EDs in Colorado,(More)
BACKGROUND Interest in international emergency medicine (IEM) is growing. With the globalization of medicine, IEM as a field has expanded from disaster relief efforts to opportunities for resident education. Numerous accounts have been published voicing the educational benefits of international rotations (IRs). As such, many residencies now offer(More)
BACKGROUND Emergency department (ED) patients often need urgent primary or specialty care follow-up, but access is particularly difficult for those without insurance. OBJECTIVE To characterize follow-up options for uninsured ED patients and to evaluate differences based on ED characteristics. METHODS We mailed a survey to all ED Directors in Colorado,(More)
OBJECTIVES Increased exposure of emergency medicine (EM) residents to rural rotations may enhance recruitment to rural areas. This study sought to characterize the availability and types of rural rotations in EM residency programs and to correlate rotation type with rural practice after graduation. METHODS Program directors from all 126 Accreditation(More)
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