Browsing: Editor's Forum

There has never been a time when a novel virus that ravaged the world was sequenced, studied, and understood down to its genetic makeup so quickly in the entire span of humanity's existence.
We all face changes every day — whether it is a simple change in the weather, our schedule, or expected change of seasons. Change affects us all, and we each deal with change differently.
COVID-19 has brought a lot of negatives and challenges, so I will look for and take a positive wherever I can find it. One bright note this year: Pet adoptions are on the rise as people realize the he
The resurgence of anti-racism mentality in this country is long overdue. We have been forced, repeatedly, to come to terms with the racism in this country. Do you know what it means to be anti-racist?
#EMRAFamily, times are tough. But don't let coronavirus take away anything more than it already has. Take the time to talk to our colleagues, friends, family. Do not repress your thoughts. Journal and
EM Resident's Editor-in-Chief investigates: When did organizational medicine become a dirty word? When did getting involved in physician administration and advocacy become uncool?
Have an EM story to share? "I want to hear about your struggles, your failures, and your triumphs. Even if you tried and failed, I welcome it," says EM Resident Editor-in-Chief Priyanka Lauber.
New EM Resident Editor-in-Chief Priyanka Lauber reviews her history with EMRA and looks forward to her new role.
As EMRA celebrates 45 years, Dr. Tommy Eales reflects on the clinical publications that have helped EMRA make its members better doctors.
It's time for every medical student, resident, and practicing physician to stand up against ongoing threats to GME funding. The devastating closure of Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia sho