Browsing: EMRA

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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 and ACEP Working Together As the EMRA Board member representing all residents to the ACEP Board of Directors, I am frequently asked how our two organizations work together. While both EMRA and A
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Caring for All in a Divided Society If you're anything like me, the latest news headlines have left a part of you feeling uneasy. Whether you're conservative or liberal leaning, it seems safe to say
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How to be an EMRA Program Representative Remember the saying “drinking from a firehose” we all learn during medical school? That's how I felt at my first EMRA Representative Council meeting. As I en
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Update: The Single Accreditation System and How It Is Affecting AOA Residencies and Fellowships We are 18 months into the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the Accreditation Council for Grad
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An Open Letter to the EM Community Every day, in every hospital in America, the practice of medicine is carried out faithfully by dedicated providers intent on caring for their patients and educating
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Use Your Voice! Hello there, EMRA! What a few months it has been! On the national level, we've had a presidential election and inauguration causing the politics in our capital to take a palpable pivo
Why Does EMRA Membership Matter? Hey there EMRA! This is my first letter to you as this year's president, and I honestly could not be more excited to write it. EMRA is an incredible organization. We
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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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It's Time to Take a Stand On June 12, 2016, the United States was again shaken to its core and reminded of the devastation that guns can cause. In a span of 3 hours, more than 50 young people were ki