Introduction to Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

This course has been designed to introduce students to the basics of treating patients in an ER setting.


Case 001
3m 17s
822 | Acute onset, hand trauma with partial amputation of the middle finger
1 min 13 sec
675 | Noncompliant patient with a neck abscess presents with new onset rash
2 min 10 sec
612 | Acute Onset Neck wound from nail gun
0 min 52 sec
530 | Acute onset, hematemesis
2 min 7 sec
414 | Eye injury
0 min 44 sec
224 | Knee laceration, s/p injury from a chainsaw
4 min 18 sec


The Full Scope Care: The Outs and Ins course has been specially designed to be an introduction to providing care to patients in the Outpatient, Emergency Room, and Inpatient setting. This portion of the course introduces students how to effectively take care of patients in the  Emergency Room setting to manage both acute and exacerbations of chronic conditions. These cases can be used to teach students how to either prevent patients from experiencing decompensation and needing to admitted to a hospital, or appropriately stabilize a patient for admission. By the end of this course students will have learnt about some common conditions seen in the Emergency Room setting and how to appropriately evaluate and treat the patient.

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