Browsing: Leadership Reports

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EMRA's Strategic Plan for the Future Every year, the EMRA Board of Directors meets to plan the direction of the organization. Every 3 years, this meeting entails creating a specific strategic plan to
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Resident Well-Being, the Future of GME, and a Shrinking Marketplace Much is happening in the world of graduate medical education (GME) right now, particularly in emergency medicine. While the AOA and
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Wellness: The Life You Save May Be Your Patient's and Your Own Residency has been a challenging but fulfilling chapter in my life. But there have been times when I've fought cynicism and burnout. On
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EMRA: Feeding the Roots of Emergency Medicine I am humbled and thrilled to begin my year of service as your new EMRA president after being involved with EMRA for a few years — joining as an intern an
Understanding ACEP's Clinical Emergency Data Registry (CEDR) Do you wish you had accessible information on patient outcomes based on the actions you take in the emergency department? Have you ever st
Strength in Our Numbers Fiscal Year 2014-2015 (FY14-15) has been yet another success for EMRA. Our continued growth in terms of membership, member benefits, and financial standing is a true testament
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Primed for Boston Happy October, EMRA! I cannot believe that almost a year, and four seasons (depending on where you live) have whizzed by since I was elected to serve as your Vice Speaker. And what
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Final Words As I write this, my final EM Resident article in the role of EMRA president, it has now been 12 months since I completed my emergency medicine residency at Washington University in St. Lo
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Programs and Mergers: Uniting Residents Hello, my fellow emergency medicine residents! I am your new representative to the Residency Review Committee – Emergency Medicine (RRC-EM), stepping into the
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One Year Gone: Reflections on EMRA One Year Out of Residency With this month, I have now officially been an attending emergency physician for one year. Residency graduation seems like it was just ye