The AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council are proud to bring you a new virtual webinar series: AAEM/RSA Medical Student Mondays. This series will focus on different topics important to medical students including issues like applications, ranking, online interviews, additional degrees, and more! Have a topic you’d like a webinar to focus on? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestion!
Calling all International Medical Students! Join us to hear all about the journey of other International Medical Graduates and Students towards US and Canadian EM Residencies. Learn how to navigate the unique process of transitioning to healthcare systems outside of the country you studied in. Submit any questions that you may have about the challenges and successes of being an IMG. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Just starting medical school? The AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council has you covered with our Medical Student Monday Panel aimed at helping students make the transition into medical school. A panel of medical students from across the country will talk about studying, shadowing, extracurricular activities, and everything in between.
Are you a new MS3? The first Medical Student Monday Panel of the academic year is just for you and will be bursting with pearls: Register to interact with upperclassmen medical students from across the country as they share nuggets that will prepare you for success during your clerkships!
You applied, interviewed, and matched! Now what? We gathered a group of current residents to pull back the curtain on residency. Join AAEM/RSA to learn about what to expect and gain tips and tricks to help start your intern year right!
Join the current AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council M4s who are newly matched! Bring your questions and concerns regarding interviews, applications, and the match process. We will encourage and equip you to enter the next cycle strong!
Our ability to connect online has grown stronger, but is it equal to an in person experience? Want to learn more about virtual aways? Are they worth the time? Come hear the experience of students who's only option for aways were virtual.
Plenty of EM Docs have additional degrees, what does that mean for the job market and differentiating yourself as a physician? Will you ever use these extra degrees? Learn from EM physician leaders about why those credentials matter in their professional lives and personal journeys.
Join the members of the AAEM/RSA Board of Directors to learn how current residents prioritized their rank lists. What does it really mean to "go with your heart?" What factors would they have considered now that they matched? Bring your questions and leave ready to submit that final rank list!