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Bill Jaquis, MD, FACEP In October, EMRA welcomed a new representative from the ACEP Board of Directors, Vice President Bill Jaquis. Join us in getting to know the ACEP leader who will be plugged in t
Rapid Research Review: More Study Types More Study Types Case Series This is used when the objective is to describe and find patterns related to a particular disease/problem. Case series are useful f
Board Review Questions: January 2017 Provided by PEER VIII. PEER (Physician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine) is ACEP's gold standard in self-assessment and educational revie
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
Top Stories of 2016 EM Resident's top stories of 2016 are as varied and dynamic as the field they represent. From advice for medical students to a range of clinical updates, you clicked and read and
New EMRA Leaders Congratulations new EMRA Board Leaders!   Alicia Kurtz, MD, President Chief Resident, UCSF Fresno, Fresno, CA president@emra.org  /  @aliciakurtz_md Describe your leadership style in
Congratulations Award Recipients! ACEP16 Travel Scholarships: Abena Obenewaa Akomeah, MD; Jerome Rogich; Michelle Lynch   Clinical Excellence Award (presented by program director Salvatore Silvestri,
ACEP16: A Sure Bet for Progress With EMRA events spanning more than a week in Las Vegas, progress surged on multiple fronts. Resolutions & Elections The Representative Council discussed, debated — an
Rapid Research Review: Study Types Case-Control (“What happened?”) Compares a group with a disease to a group without disease.  This study can calculate an odds ratio. Advantages: many exposures can
Consult Corner OB-GYN Victoria Fitz, MD OB/GYN Resident University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC EMR: What is the most effective way to present an OB/GYN consult over the phone? CC: The goal sho