Browsing: President's Message

Navigating uncertainty through challenging times has been a hallmark of the past year, and it became even more apparent in the spring with the release of the report about the changing EM workforce. We
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves in 2021, major EM groups have once again stepped up to provide a unified roadmap to the away rotation and eSLOE process. Class of 2022, your training may look differe
As the U.S. struggles to flatten the ever-rising curve of COVID-19, the virus has revealed a new weakness in the health care system. Despite putting their own health at risk to treat victims of the pa
I did not sign up to be on the front lines of COVID. But I am humbled to put on my armor and return each day, because there is no greater honor in life than to step up during a time of need.
The start of a new academic year is full of anxiety as we all step into our new roles, regardless of what level we've reached in training. It's part of the medical maturation process.
Seemingly every social media outlet used by emergency medicine physicians-in-training blew up on Feb. 22 in response to a proposed non-physician emergency medicine "residency" training program at UNC.
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.
It's been an exciting spring for advocacy. We stay alert so that every time a decision that affects EM residents' lives is being made, the EM residents' voice on the matter is heard loud and clear.
EMRA helps make you the best doctor you can be, the best leader you can be, and helps make EM the best specialty it can be, through our unrivaled advocacy.
Omar Maniya, a second-year resident at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, began his tenure as EMRA President in October. With an MBA from Harvard University, experience as the youngest Trustee