Education Fellowships

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Fellowship Match

EMRA is launching Fellowship Match!  We are adding fellowships daily.  

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EMRA Fellowship Guide

Chapter 7 Medical Education Fellowship

Medical education fellowships within emergency medicine (EM) are designed to provide further skills with curriculum development, education research, adult learning theory, assessment tool design, simulation and immersive learning, continuing medical education, and faculty development. While content typically focuses on undergraduate and graduate medical education in emergency medicine, skills developed are transferable to other domains in medical education and leadership.

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