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The Away Game: Strategy for Audition Rotations Everyone interested in the specialty has heard the same comment time and time again: Emergency Medicine (EM) is becoming more competitive every year. Wh
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Making the Most of Your Summer Looking forward to the summer months, it can be overwhelming to decide what you should do as an EM-bound medical student. To alleviate some of this stress, here are som
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Program Director Interview Series: Dave Caro, MD, FACEP | University of Florida-Jacksonville This month, the EMRA Medical Student Council interviewed Dave Caro, MD, FACEP, Program Director at the Uni
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Creating the Perfect Rank Order List: Real Advice from Current EM Residents With interview season coming to an end, the stress of making the perfect rank list has started. As Match Day approaches, ap
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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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Preparing for Audition Rotations Arguably one of the most important components of the residency application, the audition rotation is your opportunity to express interest in a program, showcase your
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Program Director Interview Series: Tiffany Murano, MD, FACEP | St. John's Riverside Hospital This month, the Medical Student Council spoke with Dr. Tiffany Murano, Program Director at St. John's Rive
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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
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Interview with an EM/IM Physician Emergency medicine/internal medicine (EM/IM) residency programs are an emerging option that allows residents to become dually board-certified after 5 years of traini
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,