Ottawa Handbook of Emergency Medicine
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. We are happy to publish the third edition with new and improved content! This edition comes with a new pocketbook size so that it’s printable and easy to use on-shift. Highlights of the third edition include: new sections on head trauma, seizures, wound management, end-of-life care, psychiatric emergencies, approach to the chest x-ray and ECG and updated sections on stroke, TIA, DVT and PE.

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Omar Anjum

Omar Anjum

Dr. Omar Anjum is an Emergency Medicine resident at the University of Ottawa with academic interests in health systems, process improvement, and medical education.
Kaitlin Endres

Kaitlin Endres

Kaitlin Endres is soon to be a PGY-1 Emergency Medicine resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine, at the University of Ottawa.
Shahbaz Syed
Dr. Syed is an staff Emergency physician at the Ottawa Hospital, with an fellowship in Digital Scholarship and special interests in rational resource utilization.