Peer Coaching

Peer Coaching

Real-time peer coaching from a colleague by Patricia Capone   You’re working a shift in a place with double coverage, has residents, and a cardiac arrest comes in. Nursing, RTs, everyone shows up. As the attending you’re job is to

Discussing Normal

Discussing Normal

Normal with our hosts Andy Little, Drew Kalnow, Tanner Gronowski, and frequent guest/ honorary co-host, John Casey. Post by Patricia Capone Normal…it’s a word many of us have used before to describe patients, but have we ever stopped to think

EMOE Takes on COVID-19: Part 5

EMOE Takes on COVID-19: Part 5

It has been a while since Andy, Tanner and Drew talked COVID-19 and well, there is a lot going on to catch up on.  We will discuss the past 4 months since we last tackled the topic, what has changed, what hasn’t and were we go from here.  As always, our hope is to discuss this in a way that brings our listeners to the front lines with us and for those that are already there, to know they are not alone.

Social Justice

Social Justice

To our EMOE listeners, We at EM Over Easy believe strongly in social justice and equality. Whether it is Black Lives Matter, the fight for religious tolerance, gender equality, LGBTQ and beyond, we believe in practicing respect, tolerance, and acceptance. 

Episode 90 Microagressions

Episode 90 Microagressions

Post by Patricia Capone Unfortunately, we have all either had it happen to us or seen it happen to someone else. Sometimes it’s very obvious and other times extremely subtle, but over time these small acts called microaggressions can really

EMOE Takes on COVID-19: Part 2

EMOE Takes on COVID-19: Part 2

The Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) is upon us and the guys from EM Over Easy are facing it head on.  In part 2 Andy, Tanner and Drew discuss what the front line has been like, how we are dealing with COVID-19 at work, at home and with our family and friends.  Our hope is to discuss this in a way that brings our listeners to the front lines with us and for those that are already there, to know they are not alone.  We know the storm has hit the coasts, we are anxious and waiting for the storm to move inland.