Rob has been teaching me valuable and practical information for working in the ER for years - he also has this voice that makes me think that I can be a little more confident in my knowledge base and get more done for patients so itâs an intellectual and emotional supportMaria Grotz NP
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RN and Director of Nursing in LTC/subacute rehab setting. Delighted to say I have found many of these episodes topical, relevant to my niche, and very informative. Wonderful find. Thank you.
Classic Internal Medicine situation where we have to be careful of the âyes the patient died, but he had better numbers when he diedâ scenario. When orthodoxy gets accepted too quickly, unintended consequences with worrisome outcomes may occur.
Ideal resource for EM residents and learners of all levels. Entertaining conversations with experts, updated weekly. Wide variety of topics from practice updates to literature reviews to physician wellness. Just keeps getting better!
Great GREAT podcast April 30, 2018 re addiction, changed my thinking, wow...thank you, Rob. You do a great podcast, you have a great team, you guys have a great effect on med practice, thus, then, a great effect on patients.
Dr. Rob Orman is not only an awesome medical educator he is also a consummate âradio voiceâ both entertaining, funny, compassionate and brilliant. Iâve been listening to Robbo for over 6 years and my practice as a rural family practice provider has improved because of him. Dr. Orman also has an interest in primary care (that is appearing more and more in the ER as access is decreasing) and he expertly incorporates this info in the ER Cast discussions. In other words you donât have to a dedicated ER provider to get a lot of useful information out of his presentations. Listen to a few of his podcasts and youâll see what I mean. Youâll be hooked. His effort is obvious and his guests that he gets on the program are some of the best experts in their fields. This is a 5-Star program.
Dr. Orman proves an excellent host. He is easy-going with his guests, which creates an atmosphere for thought provoking questions and answers. The content is relevant and he stays on topic, keeping the listener interested and engaged. I come away with a better understanding and a desire to dig deeper into each discussion Dr. Orman has so obviously taken time to research and prepare.
Pediatric ER RN- Methodist Children's ER in San Antonio, Texas. I Love the subjects and the discussions. I wish more ER doctors did podcasts!
Glad you are continuing the show. Entertaining and engaging host. Learned a lot as an RN from this show. Always recomend it to my freinds as one of the first FOAM podcasts they should try. If you like what you hear consider subscribing to EMRAP or Primary Care RAP both of which the host is greatly involved with. You get CE and more really entertaing and educational podcasts every month.
Sad to see the episodes stopping though
Dr Orman is amazing.
Absolutely love this podcast, anyone in emergency medicine should be listening to this
Rob has one of my top 10 EM/CC podcasts. Always high quality information from a humble, yet intelligent physician.
Superior information and content. Easy to listen format, presents information in a digestable manner. Keeps me up to date on best practices. I recommend this to all my medical/pharmacy students.
Rob O nails it every time. Great education
Nice Work Dr Orman!
Love the program!! Great educational value.
I'm a "mature" nursing student (translate older and changing careers) and recently discovered your podcasts. I LOVE them. Entertaining and educational. Listening to these conversations is like tuning my ear to medical music. Thanks!
Always great pearls in this podcast.
This is anouther of the Itunes finest when it comes to emergency medicine/critical care. This knoledge and confidence that I gain listening to all of these podcasts especially the one about the toxic neonate is just anouther way Dr. Orman proves his bonifides.
I am a general practitioner in the Air Force and find this podcast to be very informative. Lots of great information and high quality production. Thanks!
Super teaching with style and passion. Please keep up the good work. Thanks
Thx for the great podcast!
I am a critical care nurse, my significant other an anesthesiologist and in pain medicine. We love listening to this podcast very enlightening. It's a good review as well.
I thoroughly enjoy listening to every podcast! The way that you present your material is both educational and entertaining. I also have a podcast and since the beginning have looked to you as a source of articulation and structure. Thank you so much for all of your heard work and keep the episodes comming!
One of my favs.
This is a great podcast. I work in a family medicine residency and I recommend this to all of our faculty and residents.
As one who has only recently discovered ERCast - I have been tremendously impressed by the superb efforts of Dr. Rob Orman. I've already "combed the archives" to record past issues. Rob gets the BEST to join him as his guests - he moderates skillfully drawing out key points. I LOVE the way he summarizes what was presented with wonderful synthesis. Fun and highly educational to listen to - and truly a source of info not available elsewhere. Please KEEP UP the FANTASTIC work Rob! - Ken Grauer, MD
I love Rob's tone and insight. I especially because I am an EMT in PDX near your hospital. I enjoy the topics and are always packed full of morsels of goodness. Keep up the good work and represent!!!Mike M.
I won't pretend I know much about medicine but listening to this is fascinating. It seems so amazing when it is explain that way.
Dr. Orman does a fantastic job of helping you understand EM from the consultant's perspective and how they manage the things we see everyday. In addition, his interviews of other EM leaders in the field are invaluable. Each episode is packed with great pearls that you can use on your next shift. If you practice in emergency medicine, you have to listen to this podcast.
Wow. Great podcast to expand and fine-tune medical base. Love that practice standards are reviewed as well as differences in opinion. Especially like his forthrightness when the "why" of a particular standard is experience-based rather than scientifically-based. Both are equally important in practice. Besides, he's also very entertaining.
This podcast is so informative and entertaining that it has become a routine part of my drive in to work every week. Real world advice for the practicing ER doc.
As an NP in EM I'm constantly looking to further educate myself in the complex care/ practice of EM. Your pod cast is definitely at the top! Please keep them coming! - great job, great delivery, great information!!
Great podcast. Really gets at the information I want to know.
As a retired ER nurse I enjoy hearing new updates etc. Thanks Dr. Orman.
Have been a practicing ER physician for 5 years and think this Podcast is excellent. I listen to alot of different Podcasts and think this is one of the best I have heard. It is short but sweet giving the practicing physician what he needs to know without getting bogged into mundane details. I listen to it in the car on the way to work and always find it helpful, enjoyable, and I learn a lot. Thanks Rob for all you do.Adam R.Practicing physician in Charlottesville, VA
Being a busy practicing Board Certified Emergency Physician, I'm always looking for a way to keep current and refresh on the go (in the car typically). Few programs/podcasts are as clinically relevant and potentially practice changing as Dr. Orman's project. The question and answer format with specialists in the field is engaging and a wonderful departure from Audio Digest. Between it, EM:RAP and EmCrit, you're covered. Thanks Doc O!
As a new RN in the ED, I can use all the tips and tricks that I can get my gloves on. Dr. Orman's podcasts, while aimed at the ED physician, are full of little pearls that are helping ME help my ED docs take better care of our patients. Not only have I learned about manually irrigating bladders in hematuria patients (which I promptly did with confidence for the first time within a week of listening to that episode), I now understand more about hyponatremia and why the doc is or is not getting excited about that sodium level. Plus the learning is interspersed with laughing and that's gotta counteract new nurse burnout, right? Thanks for a great resource!
Good info - including nice curb style consults with specialists from the Portland area. I work primary care and find some of the info helpful (pediatric hip evals - htn urgency etc). Plus it may lower your cholesterol, ease your heartburn n improve your drive... (I m # 75!)
I am in primary care and never want to get to the ER... but these are great lessons for all of us. Practical, concise, and very real life information and lessons. It is the kind of teaching for which we all thirst.
Entertaining and educational. Keep up the good work!
Great for my commute to and from my residency. Keep them coming!
Amazing. I love it. Entertaining and informative. I listen to these on my way to my Hospital. Keep them coming!!!
I'm a critical care RN and an FNP student, and I really value this podcast.
Well done indeed.
As a practicing ED physician I find this is entertaining with useful information. Rob is sharp, has great guests, and is able put into words many of my questions, then answers them. Thanks for contributing to the education of the emergency medicine community!
Great podcast. Covers more basic technical topics than emcrit, but Dr. Orman does an excellent job and gets a lot of great guest. Highly recommend!