Medical Student Resources
SAEM's Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) and EMRA released a new training video for medical students that demonstrates how to tell a compelling story when presenting a patient’s case. The video offers handy do’s and don’ts that will help medical students understand how best to efficiently and effectively communicate in the ED. Click on the photo above and then play.
The video was designed to illustrate the principles outlined in "The 3-minute emergency medicine medical student presentation: a variation on a theme" by Davenport, Honigman, and Druck (Acad Emerg Med, 2008). ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18691216
"Oral presentations are a critical element in the communication of medical knowledge between students and faculty, but in most locations, the amount of time spent on teaching the oral presentation is minimal. Furthermore, the standard oral presentation does not work well within the emergency medicine (EM) setting, due to time constraints and the different principles that make EM a unique specialty."
|The EMRA Medical Student Survival Guide|
|The EM Advisor Blog|
|General Advice to EM Students from CDEM|
|The SAEM Residency Directory|
|The AMA FREIDA Database|
|The NMRP Match Statistics|
|The ALiEM EM Match Advice|
Page is curated by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALieM) team and contains information and advice from residency directors and medical education experts on everything from residency interviews to Match statistics.
|The Residency Interview|
Dr. Jamie Collings provides an insider’s perspective on how to prepare for a residency interview and the criteria that residency directors use to evaluate you.
Clerkships & Away Rotations
|The SAEM Clerkship Directory|
Features up-to-date, detailed information about each Emergency Medicine (EM) medical student clerkship rotation in the United States.
|The VSAS Directory|
The gateway to the common application for schools that participate in the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service in the United States.
|The SAEM Clerkship Primer|
Provides general advice for EM Clerkships.
|The CDEM Curriculum|
Authored by the SAEM Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM). It offers a vast array of resources for MS3s, MS4s, and those interested in Pediatric EM to help you succeed in diagnosis, patient presentation, and professionalism during clerkships.
|How to Obtain a Great SLOR||Dr. Adam Kellogg gives an insider’s perspective on the criteria that clerkship directors use while writing a letter of recommendation.|
|How to Shine and Get the Most from Your EM Clerkship|
From the SAEM Medical Student Symposium
|When and Where to Do an EM Rotation||Dr. Adrienne Birnbaum and Dr. Wallace Carter explains in great detail how to select an away rotation.|
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