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Dr. WalkerAs the editor of AAEM's bi-monthly newsletter Common Sense, Dr. Walker welcomes your comments and suggestions. You can easily reach Dr. Walker by submitting letters to the editor using the online form.


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May/June 2017

The Academy and the College

March/April 2017

The Moral Arc II

The Moral Arc

January/February 2017

Crossing the Line II

Who Cares About Due Process?

November/December 2016

Crossing the Line

Physician Burnout or Physician Resiliency

September/October 2016

An Issue that is Not Addressed by Either AAEM or ACEP

July/August 2016

Bemoaning the eHarmony Mentality of Job Applicants

Is MOC a RPITA?

September/October 2015

Is MOC a RPITA?

July/August 2015

A Dark Day for the Independent Practice of Emergency Medicine

A Dark Day for the Independent Practice of Emergency Medicine

January/February 2015

Thank You to AAEM

November/December 2014

Academics for the Community Based Emergency Group

“Metric Madness”: The Dying of the Light

Why Don’t EM Physicians Reproduce

September/October 2014

Why Don’t EM Physicians Reproduce

July/August 2014

Malpractice

In the Pit: Scribes

Scribes: How Did We Ever Live Without Them?

March/April 2014

Malpractice

May/June 2014

Medical Liability and the Emergency Physician: A State by State Comparison — Part 4

Malpractice

Malpractice

January/February 2014

Missouri Lawmakers Relax Volunteers’ Medical Malpractice Liability

November/December 2013

"That's So Meta": Cognitive Bias

July/August 2013

Medical Liability and the Emergency Physician: A State by State Comparison — Part 1

March/April 2013

Personal View on Burnout

November/December 2012

Hope and Change

July/August 2012

Law of the Land

Law of the Land II

The Business of Emergency Medicine

Indemnification Clauses in Emergency Physician Contracts