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Academic Medicine, ISSN 1040-2446, 09/2019, p. 1
PROBLEM:Traditional medical school curricula lack specific training on caring for individuals experiencing homelessness, and the literature suggests that... 
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International Journal of Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1865-1372, 12/2013, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 5
The number of international emergency medicine (IEM) fellowships available in the US has grown dramatically since the inception of subspecialty training in... 
Pediatrics | Emergency Medicine | Medicine & Public Health | International emergency medicine fellowship curriculum | Internal Medicine | Curriculum | Angiology | Fellowships | International emergency medicine | Cardiology | International emergency medicine fellowships
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International Journal of Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1865-1372, 12/2012, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 6
No studies have been performed that evaluate the perceptions of medical students completing an emergency medicine (EM) clerkship. Given the variability of... 
Pediatrics | Internal Medicine | Angiology | Emergency Medicine | Medicine & Public Health | Cardiology
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Journal of the American College of Surgeons, ISSN 1072-7515, 10/2019, Volume 229, Issue 4, pp. e219 - e219
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Journal of Surgical Research, ISSN 0022-4804, 01/2020, Volume 245, pp. 636 - 642
Bystanders play a significant role in the immediate management of life-threatening hemorrhage. The Stop the Bleed (STB) program was designed to train lay... 
Hemorrhage control | Mass shootings | Mass casualty | Lay rescuers | Education | SURGERY | HARTFORD CONSENSUS | PREHOSPITAL TOURNIQUET | TOURNIQUET USE | DEATH | CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION | THREAT
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Journal of the American College of Surgeons, ISSN 1072-7515, 10/2018, Volume 227, Issue 4, pp. S215 - S215
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Journal of the American College of Surgeons, ISSN 1072-7515, 10/2018, Volume 227, Issue 4, pp. S222 - S222
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Journal of Surgical Education, ISSN 1931-7204, 07/2019, Volume 76, Issue 4, pp. 975 - 981
The Stop the Bleed (STB) program trains lay rescuers to identify and control life-threatening bleeding. Recently, medical students were allowed to become... 
trauma | Stop the bleed | medical student education | teaching evaluation | Medical Knowledge | Practice-Based Learning and Improvement | hemorrhage control | Interpersonal and Communication Skills
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Academic Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1069-6563, 06/2014, Volume 21, Issue 6, pp. 680 - 687
Objectives The standardized letter of evaluation (SLOE) was created in 1997 to provide residency program directors (PDs) with a summative evaluation that... 
SELECTION CRITERIA | GRADE INFLATION | CLERKSHIP | EMERGENCY MEDICINE | PERFORMANCE | PREDICTORS | Attitude of Health Personnel | Faculty, Medical | Internship and Residency | United States | Humans | Correspondence as Topic | Surveys and Questionnaires | Data Collection | School Admission Criteria | Emergency Medicine - education
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International Journal of Emergency Medicine, ISSN 1865-1372, 12/2011, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 6
Dealing with a student who is perceived as difficult to work with or teach is inevitable in any academic physician's career. This paper will outline the basic... 
Pediatrics | Internal Medicine | Angiology | Emergency Medicine | Medicine & Public Health | Cardiology
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by Tintinalli, Judith E, author and Stapczynski, J. Stephan and Cline, David M and Ma, O. John and Cydulka, Rita K and Meckler, Garth D and Abbuhl, Stephanie B and Adhikari, Srikar and Agrawal, Dewesh and Al Mogbil, Mohammed and Al-Salamah, Majid A and Anderson, Eric and Andrus, Phillip and Arnold, Donald H and Atilla, Ridvan and Avegno, Jennifer and Bailitz, John and Balakrishnan, Chenicheri and Band, Jeffrey D and Barbera, Joseph A and Bardsley, Christina Hantsch and Baron, Bonny J and Bates, Craig G and Baumann, Brigitte M and Beaudreau, Ronald W and Beautrais, Annette L and Behrman, Amy J and Berkowitz, Carol D and Bernstein, Edward and Bernstein, Judith and Bessen, Howard A and Bey, Tareg and Biros, Michelle H and Blackburn, Paul and Boggust, Andy and Bogner, Mark P and Bonfante, Gary and Bonnes, Benjamin and Bora, Keenan M and Bork, Susan and Bosley, Bill and Boswell, Sharon A and Bott, Kristine L and Bouchard, Nicole C and Boyce, Stephen H and Boyle, Jennifer S and Brady, William J and Braen, G. Richard and Bravender, Terrill and Brayer, Anne F and Bredenkamp, Jason H and Brooks, Daniel E and Brown, Eric J and Brown, Julie and Brunett, Patrick H and Burgess, Brian and Burkhart, Craig N and Byars, Donald and Byerley, Julie Story and Caba nas, Jos e G and Caglar, Derya and Cairns, Charles B and Cameron, Peter and Cannon, Trinitia Y and Capp, Roberta and Carden, Donna L and Carr, David and Carter, Wallace A and Catlett, Christina L and Causey, Alan L and Cevik, Arif Alper and Chanmugam, Arjun and Chansky, Michael E and Choo, Esther and Chopra, Anil and Cico, Stephen John and Clark, Richard F and Claudius, Ilene and Clements, Elizabeth A and Coates, Wendy C and Cobaugh, Daniel J and Cohen, Joanna S and Coil, Clinton J and Collin, Marc F and Conn, Alasdair K. T and Copeland, Joseph E and Counselman, Francis L and Cuenca, Peter J and Daly, Frank F. S and Danzl, Daniel F and Dart, Richard C and Datner, Elizabeth M and Davenport, Moira and DeIorio, Nicole M and DeKoning, E. Paul and Delgado, George and Della-Giustina, David and DeMayo, Robert F and Denny, Christopher J and Desai, Shoma and ...
2011, 7th edition, McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine. Clinical library, ISBN 0071744665
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American Journal of Medical Genetics, ISSN 0148-7299, 09/2001, Volume 102, Issue 4, pp. 324 - 326
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