Browsing: Career Planning

Residency provides a built-in community, culture, and structure all its own. But as you look toward those early career years, how do you decide which practice environment is right for you?
MDs and DOs work side by side in the same residency programs and emergency departments all across the nation every day, providing quality care and strong teamwork.
Medical toxicology is a field with diverse - and sometimes disparate - career options. Find out more from Ken Katz, editor-in-chief of the EMRA and ACMT Medical Toxicology Guide.
The practice of emergency medicine is awesome: It is broad, it is intense, knowledge-based, and packed with emotion - and all of that eventually can be exhausting. But being able to pack up leave (a l
Toxicology is a hidden gem in the world of emergency medicine subspecialties. What exactly does a toxicologist do? You might be surprised.
The AAMC launched the Standardized Video Interview pilot project for medical students applying to EM residency programs in summer 2017. Now the AAMC is releasing results of two surveys taken by partic
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Maintenance of Certification EMRA believes emergency physicians are residency-trained and board certified by ABEM or AOBEM. But what does that mean for physicians-in-training? What steps must we take
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Lessons from Interview Season: An Intern's Reflection on What Really Matters Interview season provides a great opportunity to meet leaders in the field of emergency medicine, build new friendships wi
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Ode to Local Tenens: Lessons from the Real World The search for a job out of residency can be an extremely daunting task. Dozens of employment models and practice settings exist, and it is difficult
Resident on the Reservation: A Month with the Indian Health Service Tuba City is an unincorporated town baked into the high desert of northern Arizona. With a population of 9,000, it is a major cente