A Conversation with Dr. Salim Rezaie

A Conversation with Dr. Salim Rezaie

April 15, 2020

Dr. Miguel Reyes sits down with EMRA 45 Under 45 winner Dr. Salim Rezaie to discuss REBEL EM, productivity, and how to improve ourselves 1% each day.


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Miguel A. Reyes, MD

Hackensack University Medical Center
EMRA*Cast Episodes
EM Resident Articles


Salim Rezaie, MD, FACEP

Emergency Medicine & Internal Medicine
Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP)
Founder/Creator/Editor/Author of R.E.B.E.L. EM and REBEL Reviews
Co-Creator and Co-Founder of The Teaching Institute


Dr. Miguel Reyes sits down with EMRA 45 Under 45 winner Salim Rezaie, MD, to discuss how he was nominated and awarded this recognition. How REBEL came to be and the future plans for the website, podcast and conference. Additionally, we discuss how to be productive and the power of being 1% better everyday.

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