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Simulation has made an incredible impact on the world of medical education. Students have responded by creating the Student Initiative in Medical Simulation, an organization that is working to promote
The AAMC launched the Standardized Video Interview pilot project for medical students applying to EM residency programs in summer 2017. Now the AAMC is releasing results of two surveys taken by partic
The Program Director Interview Series focuses on Fiona Gallahue, MD, FACEP, and the University of Washington Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
The ED patient presentation is unique in the house of medicine for its brevity and ability to pack a lot of information into very few words. Have you mastered this skill? Get tips here.
Preparing for the Match can be all-consuming. But what happens afterward? This 3-part series will explore a few key topics. First up: housing.
Every year in March, there's a lot of excitement surrounding Match Week. What happens when the news you receive is not what you wanted to hear?
The Impact of EMS: What EMS Can Teach Medical Students about Patient Care Over the hum of the diesel engine, a call came through the radio: “131…We have a Code 3: 25-year-old white female, possible h
Step 1/COMLEX | Exam Survival Guide Congratulations! Welcome to one of the most exciting times of your medical school career: preparing for your first big exams. Although it may not seem like it now,
Program Director Interview Series: Linda Regan, MD, FACEP | Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency Program Linda Regan, MD, FACEP, is the program director at Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency
SIMS Bringing Medical Simulation to Students Simulation is a fast-growing trend in medical education. It is an excellent way to train for situations that are ubiquitous in medicine. Additionally, it