The Original EM Boot Camp Course Delivering the Core EM Knowledge Base.
Welcome to the introduction of herbal medicine and medicine making.
The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive internal medicine review to prepare you for board certification or recertification exam. The quality and breadth of content is also attractive for individuals needing a comprehensive review of basic internal medicine clinical information. The course features presentations by distinguished members of the Cleveland Clinic staff and eminent visiting guest faculty, who are renowned in their fields of interest. Topics cover current concepts and board-related issues using an organ system approach with emphasis placed on relevant clinical information. Lectures are supplemented by board simulation sessions integrating relevant clinical cases, pathology, and imaging studies.
Perhaps you’ve heard rumors about an herbal supplement that acts as the Fountain of Youth, improves your mood, and helps you lose weight. Maybe you’ve considered trying hypnosis to stop smoking, but you’ve heard it might be just a waste of money. You may be curious about how getting stuck with many sharp needles can actually alleviate pain and stress—when it seems like it should do the opposite.
Emergency medicine, formerly known in some countries as accident and emergency medicine, is the medical specialty involving care for undifferentiated and unscheduled patients with illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention.
These Video lectures are released between 2010-2012 by Emergency Medicine residency program in University of California-Irvine. Needless to say; all specialties in medicine have a connection to Emergency Medicine, and these videos or at least some of them will be useful for medical students, general practioners, and any other medical field specialist.