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#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
Decreasing the nurse-to-patient ratio immediately increases the frequency of medication errors and all-cause mortality for all patients in the ED — not only the critically ill ones who just arrived.
There's a monumental problem in how patients are billed for emergency visits. It's called surprise billing - and it's definitely not a good surprise.
With current trends toward increased boarding time in the ED, emergency care has become a multi-stage event that encompasses a lot more than procedures and decision trees.
We need to pick up an important new skill, fellow residents: effective advocacy. There's a lot happening in health care policy that affects not only your patients, but also your professional future.