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Wisdom in a Time of Change It's hard to believe another academic year is coming to an end. Another crop of medical students who have struggled through the long Match process will finally start out as
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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
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Reflections on Running an Emergency Medicine Interest Group Emergency medicine is the best specialty. This obviously biased conclusion came to me while working as a scribe in an emergency department,
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Interview with Shannon Findlay, MD Shannon Findlay is a PGY-3 and Chief Resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. At the 2016 Society for Acade
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What Questions Do You Have For Me? Tips for Asking Questions on Interview Day “What questions do you have for me?” If you're a fellow fourth-year student, you've probably already heard this question
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Military Emergency Medicine (EM) Residency Guide: Demystifying the Military Match and Application Process THE MILITARY BOUND MEDICAL STUDENT   The military match process for emergency medicine (EM) c
From the Pool to Medical School: An Interview with Olympic Diver and Medical Student Abby Johnston Medical students often set aside favorite non-medical activities in order to succeed in coursework,
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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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The State of Emergency Medicine in Cameroon Cameroon is a West African country with a population of approximately 22 million people and 2 official languages, English and French. The country is divide
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In-Service Exams, E-Orals, and a New Emergency Medicine Dual Specialty Updates from the American Board of Emergency Medicine Today's emergency medicine residents are more tech-savvy than ever, and th