CJEM Volume 5 Issue 2

CJEM Volume 5 Issue 2

Joint Position Statement

Joint Position StatementAccess to acute care in the setting of emergency department overcrowdingCanadian Association of Emergency Physicians and the National Emergency Nurses Affiliation

ED Administration

Pediatric EM

State of the Art

State of the Art West Nile virus — Canada’s index caseNorman L. Epstein, MD

Joint Statement

Joint StatementCanadian Emergency Department Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS): Rural Implementation Statement Society of Rural Physicians of Canada Emergency committee (SRPC-ER) Working Group*

Methodology: The Science of EM

Methodology: The Science of EMEthical challenges of informed consent in prehospital researchJames Thompson, MD

Case Reports

Medical Mythology

Diagnostic Challenge

Diagnostic ChallengeOwner of a broken heart? – Peter G. Katis, MD*

Diagnostic Challenge Owner of a broken heart? ANSWERPeter G. Katis, MD*


CommentaryYour cheatin’ heartBjug Borgundvaag, PhD, MD

International EM

International EMWhen the differential diagnosis of fever is malaria, malaria, malaria . . . – Michael Y. Woo, MD

Resident Issues

Resident IssuesDo’s and don’ts of emergency medicine: a primer for residentsEric Letovsky, MD

Human and Humanity

Humour and HumanityAbstrick of the monthBrewer P*

Media Review

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