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Not the Right Time for a Selfie: A Conversation about Hawaii and Volcano Safety

Hawaii is a beautiful place to live or visit. The eruption of Kilauea on the Big Island continues to raise questions about the safety and health of residents and visitors.

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A Day in the Life of a Female Resident

Residency is an important time in medical training, working toward independence yet still requiring supervision. I am the only female in my residency class and I have found that being a female resident in the Emergency Department can be difficult at times. But, the challenge has its rewards.

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Don’t Go to the Hospital Alone: The Impact of an Advocate in the ED

As a medical student many years ago, I remember caring for a 20-year old woman in the intensive care unit (ICU) with a very severe infection that resulted in her being on a ventilator for months. Let’s call her Jane.

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