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EM/ED resources for EM/ED providers

Welcome to EMresource.ORG. (ERpocketbooks.com has now become EMresource.org in order to reflect our added content).  In addition to emergency medicine pocket reference books, we now boast many additional products as well as free educational content aimed primarily at ED and urgent care practitioners.  Use the menu on the left or the hotlinks below to browse the site.  To subscribe to the Emergency Medicine Case of the Month use the box on the right to enter your email address, then go to your inbox (or junk folder) to click the confirmation link.

 


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WELCOME TO ERPOCKETBOOKS.COM

ERPocketBooks.com is a free, no-registration website designed for MD’s, RN’s and PA’s that work in the Emergency Department or Urgent Care settings. You can browse the site using the menu bar at the left (for each main page a second menu bar may be located on the right side of your screen).

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Getting Started: Take our monthly Medical Mystery challenge. You can also subscribe and have them sent to you by email.

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Advice from 104 year old doctor

  1. Stay fit: Stay active and eat a healthy diet. 
  2. Don’t always believe your doctor: Following advice blindly is unwise.
  3. Science can’t cure everything: Incorporate other arts to stay healthy.
  4. Plan ahead: Keeps you sharp and helps lead a more successful life.
  5. Pain is mysterious:  Playing with your pet or listening to music can help.
  6. Be inspired: In order to stay motivated, you should always seek inspiration.
  7. Enjoy life to the fullest: Dr. Hinohara still works and serves the community.
  8. Take the stairs: This can keep you in shape 
  9. Worry less: Life is unpredictable; stop worrying about things you can’t change. 
  10. Share knowledge: Dr. Hinohara gives many lectures.
  11. Don’t be money crazy : Chasing money all your life won’t get you anywhere.
  12. Find a role model: Dr. Hinohara asks himself  “What would father have done?”
  13. Don’t retire: Work as long as you can.
 

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