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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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EMRA Alumni Membership: We're Your People Throughout Your Career! EMRA members are uniquely talented individuals who shape the face of emergency medicine. We want to enable you to continue being rock
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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
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Best Podcasts for the Student EM Nerd As future emergentologists, we sign up for a life of continuous learning. Even after residency, we will be constantly reading published journal articles to updat
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Program Director Interview Series: Ryan Fringer, MD, FACEP | William Beaumont Hospital This month, the EMRA Medical Student Council interviewed Ryan Fringer, MD, FACEP, Program Director of Beaumont H
Disaster Medicine: Engaging Your EMIG In the fall of 2016, an attack at The Ohio State University, my alma mater and a school just down the road from my current medical school, hit close to home. Luc
Navigating International Waters: Top 5 FAQs for International Medicine Graduates Matching into EM Applying for an emergency medicine (EM) residency as an IMG is tough, and much of the standard applic
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I Smell a Rat: Advocating for Resident As Teacher It looked like a scene from a horror movie — tiny bones scattered over the kitchen table vaguely resembling an amateur archeological adventure into a
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EMRA Medical Students: Senior Interviews After another successful application cycle, we sat down with some of the outgoing EMRA Medical Student Council seniors to find out a bit more about their over