Learn how emergency medicine has evolved from its early days following World War II through the sociopolitical changes of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s to the present day. This updated edition includes many full-color photos and more in-depth interviews from EM pioneers. In this redesigned second edition, Anyone, Anything, Anytime takes an even deeper dive into the evolution of emergency medicine. With first-hand narratives from nearly 50 EM pioneers, prominent historian Brian J. Zink, MD, FACEP, explores the origins and remarkable transformation of the specialty throughout the decades. If you’ve ever been curious about how emergency medicine has changed through the decades, the second edition of Anyone, Anything, Anytime is for you! .
Brian J. Zink, MD, FACEP, has won many awards for his research and leadership in emergency medicine over his 30-year career, including the Hal Jayne Academic Excellence Award and the John Marx Leadership Award from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, the Outstanding Contribution in Education Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the Distinguished Service Award from AACEM. He is currently a professor and senior associate chair in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, MI.