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Making the Most of Your EMRA Membership With so many benefits coming with an EMRA membership, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few tips to help you navigate the waters
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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
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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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Building EMRA Your Growth, Our Evolution In my seven years as an EMRA member, I have seen our association grow in size, strength, and influence. We've added not just members, but also accomplishments
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Everything We Wish We Learned in Residency No matter where you are completing your EM residency, a solid clinical education and the opportunity to care for, and learn from, diverse and critically ill
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The Future of EMRA “Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.” Both baseball legend Yogi Berra and Nobel laureate Neils Bohr are credited with versions of this saying. Regardless of
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EMRA at 40: Leaders in the Field EMRA celebrated its 40th anniversary during ACEP14 in Chicago this October, and we were fortunate to welcome one of our founders, Joe Waeckerle, MD, to participate in
Celebrating a Banner Year: 2014 Financial Report As we enter October our cycle comes to a close, and EMRA marks another historic year. This month also signifies the end of my term as your treasurer.
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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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Value of Service: Giving Your Time As I approach the end of my year as EMRA president, I think it's natural to get a bit sentimental. And while yes, I do have one year remaining as immediate past-pre