EMRA is dedicated to helping students and residents with their research endeavors. Here are a few resources to help you, whether you are looking for ideas on how to get started, or need funding for a project you're already involved with. If you have suggestions for what kinds of research resources you'd like to see made available here, please let us know.Send Suggestions
Additional Research Links
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EMRA / EMF Resident and Medical Student Research Grant
Student / Resident Opportunity
EMRA makes a $25,000 annual contribution to EMF in support of resident research. The grants are administered through EMF.Learn More
Grant How To Links
National Institutes of Health (NIH): helpful information about completing grant forms.
Tips on how to apply for a grant: EMF has some helpful hints on obtaining grants.
EMRA Research Committee: Contact the committee's leaders for guidance, or join the committee to collaborate on research articles and projects.
EM Resident Archive: helpful research articles in every issue!
ACEP's Basics of Research Video Series: Designed for individuals who are new to clinical research. Goes over the fundamentals of developing a project and designing your study.
CORD/EMRA Recommendations for Citing Your Research: Recent literature suggests that some Emergency Medicine residency applicants list citations in an inconsistent fashion. To protect you from misrepresenting your publications, the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) and the Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) recommend using the following definitions and guidelines when listing bibliographic citations for your Emergency Medicine residency program.