The Ottawa Handbook of Emergency Medicine is a peer-reviewed resource designed to help you succeed in the Emergency Department. Developed for clerkship students, junior residents, off-service learners, nurses, paramedics and any other interested allied health professionals, this resource provides concise summaries to common emergency presentations. After the well-received first edition of the handbook both locally and internationally, we are happy to publish another edition with new and improved content! Highlights in the second edition include a revision of trauma topics, TIA and stroke, ACLS, and vertigo. New sections include POCUS, pain management, and common orthopedic injuries.