Our next topic is AMA about subspecialties in EM. Whether you're interested in ultrasound, social EM, EMS, wilderness medicine, or administration, there are so many subspecialties to explore. Please join us for this look into the plethora of ways you can expand your EM career through a subspecialty!
The goal of this series is to address some of these specific issues, offer advice and a pathway for mentorship, and provide representation of IMGs who have successfully transitioned into careers as U.S. EM physicians. Each month will feature an expert panel and Q&A session. Topics for the fall sessions will focus on issues related to ERAS application.
The AAEM/RSA Board of Directors are proud to bring you a new virtual webinar series: AAEM/RSA Mondays. This series will focus on different topics important to medical students including issues like writing personal statements, online interviews, what you should be looking for in a program, and more!
The WiEM Section is starting a new virtual mentoring series to specifically address concerns facing international medical graduates (IMGs) interested in emergency medicine. IMGs face unique obstacles when it comes to matching in emergency medicine residencies, including stigma, immigration issues, and limited access to emergency medicine mentors. Compounding these issues are the racial and ethnic discrimination many IMGs face as minorities. The goal of this series is to address some of these specific issues, offer advice, and a pathway for mentorship, and provide representation of IMGs who have successfully transitioned into careers as U.S. EM physicians.
Join the AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 6:30pm ET for a Q&A panel with East Coast Program Directors! Registration is required for this FREE event. Bring your questions, we’ll bring the answers!
Join the AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 from 7:00pm-8:00pm CT for a Q&A panel with West Coast Program Directors! Registration is required for this FREE event. Bring your questions, we’ll bring the answers!
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted much of the usual residency application process. Students across the nation have had to adapt to limitations in SLOE availability, an abbreviated clinical experience, and fewer opportunities for exposure to the field of Emergency Medicine. While official recommendations are outlined in our joint statement on the 2020 application process, students have variable opportunities available to them. URM students and those at institutions without an affiliate EM program, however, have less access to both home and away EM rotations, limiting their facetime with residency leadership to nearby programs able to accommodate “orphan” medical students. Join us alongside PDs from across the country in our live webinar as we discuss these challenges, and how to navigate them as a student in this unique application cycle.
In this episode, Joshua Sawyer, a medical student at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine and the AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council Southern Regional Representative, interviews Christine Babcock, MD MSc FAAEM, Program Director at the University of Chicago, David Snow, MD MSc FACEP, Program Director for the Loyola Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Charles A. Khoury MD MSHA FAAEM FACEP, Residency Program Director at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Melissa Platt, MD FAAEM FACEP, Program Director at the University of Louisville – Department of Emergency Medicine, on applying EM during COVID-19.