Articles Tagged with “EMERGENCY MEDICINE”

To prescribe an effective bridge to addiction treatment, emergency physicians must get special training and receive a waiver. Making that process easier—or eliminating the requirement altogether—could make a big impact.

COVID-19 cases are again on the rise. MGH incident commander Ann Prestipino reflects on the road traveled so far and which next steps are critical.

The first surge of COVID-19 led to burnout, debilitating stress and suicide among hospital workers. How can we protect them better as infections once again start to rise?

The first emergency vehicles rolled down city streets 150 years ago.

A metabolic slowdown would press pause on the body until surgeons can repair damage. How close is it to becoming a reality?

Advanced age brings special needs, especially in the emergency department. So some hospitals are changing designs and processes for their senior patients.

A woman with diabetes struggles to be heard in the emergency room.