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Society of Academic Emergency Medicine is a network of over 6,000 emergency medicine professionals with an interest in academics. SAEM is the premier source for...
Society of Academic Emergency Medicine is a network of over 6,000 emergency medicine professionals with an interest in academ...
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Academic Emergency Medicine Confidence: 73%
Non-breaking space Confidence: 67%
Education Confidence: 64%
Society Confidence: 63%
Research Confidence: 61%
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|Latest in academic emergency medicine (aem)|
|Latest in aem education and training (aem e&t)|
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|Events and meetings|
|Editor-in-chief pick (2)|
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|Awaem/adıem luncheon (2)|
|Deadline extended for nıda proposals (2)|
|Saem joins other orgs on gun prevention research letters (2)|
|Saem statement on firearm ınjury (2)|
|Renew your saem membership (2)|
|Join saem academies for free (2)|
|Soar for rams (2)|
|Rams podcasts (2)|
|ıncreased sensitivity of focused cardiac ultrasound for pulmonary embolism in emergency department patients with abnormal vital signs|
|Freestanding emergency department entry and market‐level spending on emergency care|
|Early screening for posttraumatic stress disorder and depression among ınjured emergency department patients: a feasibility study|
|Emergency medicine in the #metoo era|
|ıntegrated use of conventional chest radiography cannot rule out acute aortic syndromes in emergency department patients at low clinical probability|
|Exploring gender bias in nursing evaluations of emergency medicine residents|
|Resident supervision and patient care: a comparative time study in a community‐academic versus a community emergency department|
|Does the emergency medicine ın‐training examination accurately reflect residents’ clinical experiences?|
|Feedback with performance metric scorecards ımproves resident satisfaction but does not ımpact clinical performance|
|Navigating cognitive dissonance: a qualitative content analysis exploring medical students’ experiences of moral distress in the emergency department|
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|November 01, 2019 (6)|
|October 2019 (6)|
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