Biochemistry, histology, physiology, microbiology…
You’ve read the books, listened to the lectures, and done a few practice questions. But how do you really make it stick?
For help, we’ve turned to Chris Diem from Texas A&M COM. In this episode, he shares his expertise on learning strategies, studying plans, exam preparation, and more.
A deeper dive into a large component of interpersonal communication skills and professionalism: emotional intelligence. With Dr. Bobbie Ann White from Texas A&M College of Medicine.
One of the tricks to doing well on an #EMClerkship is knowing how to present your patients succinctly yet in a way that still contains all of the important details. Coming up with a solid assessment and plan ahead of time is crucial, too.
For some pro tips on how to present patients, check out our latest episode as well as some additional resources below.
EMRA’s Patient Presentations video (also includes link to the 3-Minute EM Medical Student Presentation article)
Get some tips and advice on how to dominate the clerkship from some former EM Studs!
Mentioned in the episode:
3 Minute Emergency Medicine Medical Student Presentation: A Variation on a Theme
Dr. Matt Tews from the Medical College of Georgia (formerly with the Medical College of Wisconsin) talks about the development and importance of an M3 curriculum in emergency medicine.
Developing a Third-year Emergency Medicine Medical Student Curriculum: A Syllabus of Content
Implementing a third-year emergency medicine medical student curriculum
Surviving the third year of medical school can be tough, when the traditional classrooms are replaced by clinics, wards, and operating rooms. So to learn more about how to be successful in this crucial year, we turned to the experts. Part 2 of 2.