When my residency training was complete, I took a big sigh of relief. At last! After all the years of medical school and residency training, I was finally at the end of the road. I thought I was the master of all things emergency medicine. A community job? After all the pathology I'd seen in residency? This should be a breeze. Little did I realize my education was just getting started. This book is a guide to what I learned in the years following residency. It's a review of both the clinical and non-clinical: must-know ECG patterns, uncommon presentations of common illnesses, debunking dogma, bouncebacks, managing administrative duties, how to avoid malpractice lawsuits, tips for paying off debt, and more!