Browsing: Medical Students

As a medical student member of EMRA and ACEP, you have a veritable treasure trove of resources at your disposal. Find out how to use them to improve your knowledge and your practice, both on-shift and
Dizziness is the third most common complaint reported in the ED. Asking the right questions and teasing out the details of this vague complaint can lead to proper management and reduced negative outco
Are you interested in becoming more involved in the field of emergency medicine but unsure about the best path to do so? Then participating in EMRA’s Medical Student Council may be the best thing for
Medical school (and even beyond) can be demanding. Practicing mindful meditation can help offset that stress. Learn how.
The Program Director Interview Series is pleased to feature Rich Bounds, MD, FACEP, of the University of Vermont - which welcomes its inaugural class of residents in 2019.
The Program Director Interview Series is pleased to feature Dorian Drigalla, MD, FACEP, who's sharing details about the Scott & White Medical Center - Temple Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Te
Procedures can be a highlight of a medical student's day. Make sure you're ready when opportunity presents itself! Brush up on the basics of arterial line placement.
Taking a leave of absence from medical school may be exactly what you need to do your best in residency. But be prepared to prove the benefits of a gap year.
Few times in a medical student’s life are more exciting than the start of third year. Coursework is complete, Step 1 is in the rearview mirror, and clinical rotations are starting. It’s an entirely ne
Preparing for the Match can be all-consuming. But what happens afterward? This 3-part series will explore a few key topics. We addressed housing and finances, and now we tackle professional life.