Anatomy and Physiology Textbook
This area contains many of the resources you’ll need to plan, research, and develop presentations on your assigned topic.Minimum requirements checklist for presentations: this one (right-click and “save as”) or create your own. You can use a case-based approach to deliver information about the disease, if you’d like. You can also use Google Slides (login to Google Drive, select “New”, select “Slides”) to create your project. Or you can choose to use the whiteboard, handouts, etc. Critical to the success of this group-based activity is that you include every requirement listed. Also, put some thought into your work and be sure to create thought-provoking questions, not just “what’s the dose of XYZ?”. Put effort into coming up with the pearls and pitfalls. Be creative and put together a great teaching tool. Resources – here you’ll find a collection of short chapters from UpToDate, Emergency Medicine Secrets, CURRENT Medical series, First Consult, and Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. MIEMSS EMS Provider Protocols Effective July 1, 2018: Complete Manual Google search – the internet is also a great place to gather information about your assigned topic. We developed a custom search engine to help reduce the number of hits you receive when searching for information and also point you to reliable sites. If you know of an online resource that should be added to the CSE, please let us know.