Michael Greenwald, MD FACEP, FAAP
Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
It’s déjà vu all over again. Each winter we (or at least some of us) seem genuinely shocked at how busy it’s become in the ED. We get to enjoy a brief respite over the winter holidays and then the surge returns until that last RSV prion fades in the spring. And just as we find ourselves in “battle mode” for the onslaught of febrile children with their insidious runny noses and ever present coughs, our affection for teaching trainees seems to wane.