James R. Waymack

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INTRODUCTION Emergency medicine (EM) workforce studies show low rates of board-certified/residency-trained emergency physicians practising in rural emergency departments (EDs) in the USA. Rural ED rotations for EM residents may lead to increased numbers of residency-trained EM providers in rural areas. There is concern that residents trained in rural(More)
A 42-year-old male with a history of multiple shoulder dislocations presented to the emergency department via emergency medical services with both arms locked above his head, stating that he had been jumped at a bar and had since been unable to move his arms. A single anteroposterior chest radiograph (Figure) demonstrates bilateral inferior shoulder(More)
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