University of Massachusetts

The Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School is a fully accredited 3-year residency, approved by the Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine since 1986. Twelve candidates are accepted into the program each year. The program requires 36 months for completion.

Patients with alcohol use disorder commonly present to the ED critically ill, with myriad underlying pathologies. Alcoholic ketoacidosis (AKA) should be considered in anyone with prolonged and/or bing
The future of emergency medicine hangs in the balance as the EM community grapples with the ACGME's new Common Program Requirements.
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Pneumomediastinum A 22-year-old female arrives in your trauma bay in respiratory distress. She appears slightly anxious and is mildly tachypneic. Vital signs are as follows
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Outside the ED: How EMS can Improve Your Emergency Medicine Residency Pre-hospital medicine offers unique opportunities to an EM physician, and EMS training complements the emergency medicine curric