We’ve partnered with SAEM RAMS to bring you this deeper dive into the recent Consensus Statement on the 2020-2021 Residency Application Process for US Medical Students Planning Careers in Emergency Medicine in the Main Residency Match. With Drs. Hannah Hughes, Fiona Gallahue, and Julianna Jung, presidents of EMRA, CORD, and CDEM, respectively. (Previously recorded June 23, 2020)
It’s a brand new new year (and maybe decade) on the EM Stud Podcast! Here to help us kick off 2020 is Dr. Ronnie Ren, medical education fellow at UMass-Baystate, who shares his expertise on away rotations.
Hot off the press! The EMRA and CORD Student Advising Guide: An Evidence-Based Approach to Matching in EM has just been released. Here to give us some of the details are Drs. Emily Hillman and Alexis Pelletier-Bui.
You can find the online version here. And don’t forget to check out more great ASC-EM resources!
The CORD Advising Students Committee in EM (ASC-EM) has been hard at work putting together applying guides for specific applicant groups. Here to talk about these incredible new resources are Drs. Linda Katirji and Caitlin Schrepel.
Sifting through hundreds of residency programs and deciding which ones to apply to can be a long, painful process. If only there was an easily searchable and filterable directory of EM residency programs, free from commercial bias, that could be accessed from anywhere… oh wait there is!
EMRA Match is a beautifully designed, easy to use, powerful tool that lets you compare programs and find out what really matters to you. For more details, check out our interview below with Dr. Zach Jarou and Dr. Adam Kellogg from the EMRA Match Task Force.