Browsing: Career Planning

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Tackling Transitions: The Pace of Medical Training and Practice At this time of year, nearly everyone on the physician's path is in a state of transition. For many, the beginnings of medical school,
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ISAEM and the Push for Emergency Medicine Worldwide Establishing the Standard To many EMRA members, it may come as a surprise that the specialty of emergency medicine is a foreign term, and in many c
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Subspecialty Training in Clinical Informatics Clinical informatics is a new medical subspecialty that focuses on medical data, clinical processes, and computational systems applied to the practice of
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Reflecting on the Journey I remember that day in 2012 so well, when at ACEP's Scientific Assembly in Denver I took my seat amongst the EMRA board as your new vice speaker. These past two years have c
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What? I Have to Leave Residency? Planning for Your ""Real World"" Future It happens every late fall and accelerates into spring; graduating residents start to stress about the move into practice. Not
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The Art of Adaptation The only thing more intimidating than your first day as an intern is your first day as an attending. There is the inherent realization that you no longer have the safety net of
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Advice on Preparing for a Career Abroad Introducing the Expert Dr. Stephanie Kayden, MD, MPH, Chief, Division of International EM and Humanitarian Programs, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medi
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Working with Nurses and Alternate Practitioners The following is an excerpt from EMRA's popular Medical Student Survival Guide, edited by Kristin Harkin, MD and Jeremy Cushman, MD. In this chapter ab
Across the Pond: A Comparison of Emergency Medicine in the US and the UK By sharing EM knowledge internationally, we can integrate new and effective methods of delivering emergency care domestically.
Life after Boards: An Interview with ABEM President James H. Jones, MD Whether you are a first-year medical student or a graduating senior resident, standardized testing has undoubtedly been a signif