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The ED patient presentation is unique in the house of medicine for its brevity and ability to pack a lot of information into very few words. Have you mastered this skill? Get tips here.
Preparing for the Match can be all-consuming. But what happens afterward? This 3-part series will explore a few key topics. First up: housing.
Every year in March, there's a lot of excitement surrounding Match Week. What happens when the news you receive is not what you wanted to hear?
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Program Director Interview Series: Sorabh Khandelwal, MD | The Ohio State University College of Medicine Sorabh Khandelwal, MD, is the residency program director at The Ohio State University College
Join Texas Two Step CPR to Save Lives! Are you passionate about bringing emergency medicine outside of the emergency room? Are you looking to be involved in public health or pursue an EMS fellowship?
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TCEP Medical Simulation: Simulated Emergencies, Real-World Medical Skills, Authentic Learning Experiences "Doctor, the patient is unresponsive!" You look up at the monitor and the rhythm strip become
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VSAS: Can You Start Preparing Too Early? Good! For all the MS-IIIs out there, I have your attention”¦ and maybe some MS-IVs, who think the headline is either accurate or inflammatory. But while wande
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Program Director Interview Series: Christopher Fee, MD | University of California San Francisco Christopher Fee, MD, Program Director of University of California San Francisco (UCSF)-Zuckerberg San F
Making the Most of Your Final (Medical School) Year Application and interview season is upon us. As medical students enter their fourth year, some may ask, “How do I make the best of my final year of
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Program Director Interview Series Joshua Broder, MD, FACEP Duke University Emergency Medicine Program This month, Joshua Broder, Program Director of Duke University Emergency Medicine Program, spoke