Teaching Emergency Medicine Just Got Easier…
After graduating AOA from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 1997, Rob entered the combined emergency medicine/internal medicine residency program at the University of Maryland. He served as chief resident during the fifth year of his training and went on to become a chief resident in internal medicine…
In 1984, a spry teenage junior varsity point guard at Johns Hopkins University with a deadly 3-pointer and a 36-inch vertical jump was at a crossroads in his life: NBA basketball or a career in medicine. After months of deliberation, Amal Mattu made his decision…
This months episode features Mike Abraham and Sorabh Khandelwal. These cats gave some really excellent talks at the Emergency Medicine in the Developing World conference-held in Cape Town, South Africa in November 2011.
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EMRAP: Educators' Edition
EMRAP is a now famous (infamous?) audio program heard monthly by up to 8000 practitioners across many countries.
The EMRAP: Educators’ Edition is a new web and iTunes based audio program for faculty, residents, students and professional staff interested in the science and art of Emergency Medical education.