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5 Tips for Residency and Beyond As I write this final article in EM Resident as your President, I am four months out from finishing my EM/IM Residency at Hennepin County Medical Center where I am now
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Program Director Interview Series: Mary Westergaard, MD, FACEP | University of Wisconsin This month we interviewed Mary Westergaard, MD, FACEP, Program Director at the University of Wisconsin Emergen
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EndStep2CS, Gun Violence Research, GME Funding, and More EM Updates from the 2016 AMA Annual Meeting The American Medical Association (AMA) met in Chicago June 11-15 to discuss key issues pertaining
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How to Succeed on Audition Rotations It's that time of the year! Fourth-year medical students are leaving the nest to audition at residency programs across the country. Whether you are rotating at an
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Q & A: Medical Student Council - New Leadership, Same Goal The EMRA Medical Student Council is among the busiest branches of our bustling association, with student membership growing exponentially in
Top 10 Ways to Ace Your Away Rotations Why settle for being average, when you can be the best version of yourself? Take advice from those who know how to shine on EM away rotations – because when 4 w
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Shift Fatigue At the 11th Hour We have all felt it. The fatigue. The hunger. The hazy fog that ensues 11 hours into our shift. How does the average physician react in times of mental exhaustion? Do w
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What You Want to Know About EM Residency Programs As medical students, we are in love with understanding our future. If crystal balls ever become available on Amazon Prime, we'll all choose same-day
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EMRA Resident Forum and ACEP15: Make the Most of It! It happens in late fall and accelerates into spring: Graduating residents start to stress about the move into practice. Not the medical or profess
Making the Most of Patient Presentations EMRA and CDEM this week launched "Patient Presentations in Emergency Medicine," a new training video for medical students. Demonstrating how to tell a compell