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ACEP15: An Incredible Week! Boston witnessed a whirlwind of activity during ACEP15, with EMRA marking key milestones. Topping the list was the matter of representation for residents. After clear and
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Emergency Medicine Wellness Week Learn to Prioritize Your Own Health ACEP as a representative organization of 34,000 physicians has a dual focus: On the one hand we promote the value of our specialty
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20 in 6 Resident Lecture Competition Delivers Good Times, Great Insight at ACEP15 We promised a rollicking good time, and 15 talented, creative, and well-spoken residents delivered. Our inaugural 20
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Primed for Boston Happy October, EMRA! I cannot believe that almost a year, and four seasons (depending on where you live) have whizzed by since I was elected to serve as your Vice Speaker. And what
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Wrap-up: ACEP Legislative Advocacy Conference This year's iteration of the ACEP Legislative Advocacy Conference and Leadership Summit (LAC) took place May 3-6 and was exceptional. For many in emergen
Resident Updates from #CORDAA15 The Council of Emergency Medicine Program Directors (@CORD_EM) was formed in 1989 to promote “excellence in emergency medicine education through collaboration, innovat
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2015 ACEP Legislative Advocacy Conference and Leadership Summit On the Health Policy Horizon The first day of spring has passed, and that means the 2015 ACEP Legislative Advocacy Conference and Leade
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Spring Meeting Preview One of the strengths and one of the challenges of EMRA will always be its changing membership. Senior residents will soon be graduating and becoming attending physicians and a
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EMRA Prepares to Blow into the Windy City Every autumn, EMRA gears up for its biggest meeting of the year, held in conjunction with ACEP's Scientific Assembly. This year for ACEP14, our destination l
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Lobbying with ACEP: Health Policy from LAC14 Each May, emergency physicians from across the country converge in Washington, D.C. at ACEP's Leadership and Advocacy Conference (LAC) to advocate for iss