Browsing: Advancement of EM

The bill a patient receives is more complicated than just the physician bill. It has multiple parts, and - depending on other services used during an ED visit - they may contain a few different charge
Implicit bias is rightfully the hot topic of the year, and it’s important to acquire a deeper understanding of it.
The American Association of Women Emergency Physicians stands for issues relevant to anyone, male or female, who works in an emergency department. Take part in this strong group advocating for you.
Social media has made everyone an epidemiologist in this era of COVID-19. But surprise! Details matter. Learn how to interpret the data and consider it in context.
Nearly every aspect of patient care — from triage to discharge, from documentation to intubation — has been revised in an effort to streamline care of COVID-19 patients. Concerns around minimizing pro
Given all the demands on time, quality improvement can seem obscure and prove challenging to incorporate into your training in a meaningful way. So, here are 5 reasons why you should participate in qu
The business of health care is changing. Does that mean you need a business degree?
Making sense of a data set is fundamental to our role, not only as scientists, but also as clinicians. A simple method exists that allows for a systematic manner to answer the key question in research
We're pleased to introduce Sandra Coker, vice chair of the EMRA Diversity & Inclusion Committee, 2020-2021.
We're pleased to introduce Jeremy Collado, MD, vice chair of the EMRA Diversity & Inclusion Committee, 2020-2021.