The Patient Experience: A Novel Educational Experience in the ACGME General Competencies : 1
Political Advocacy Project for Emergency Medicine Residency : 2
Successfully Introducing Interns to Academic Medicine: A Curriculum for Participation in the Annual Society for Academic Medicine Meeting : 3
The Effect of a Novel, Emergency Department Based Work-Study Program on Medical Students' Perceived Skills and Clinical Competency : 4
Is Academic Productivity Amongst Emergency Physicians Affected by a Salary Incentive Plan? : 5
EM-CROS: A Model for the Development of an Emergency Medicine Curriculum for Rotating Residents : 6
Medical Students' Perceptions of an Emergency Medicine Clerkship: An Analysis of Self Assessment Surveys : 7
Reducing Unnecessary Administrative Time of Student Scheduling by Utilizing a Template System and Google Documents : 8
Emergency Medicine Residents Exhibit Varied Learning Styles : 9
Video Feedback to Students Can Be Easy and Inexpensive : 10
“Are They Who They Say They Are?” New Behavioral-Based Interview Style : 11
Resident Values: Are They Important? : 12
Physician Perceptions of the Effect of Implementing a Standardized Written Plus Verbal Patient Sign-Out Process in an Academic Emergency Department : 13
“I Want a Real Doctor”: The Effects of Physicians in Training on Patient Satisfaction in the Pediatric Emergency Department : 14
Does Subspecialty Training Affect Patient Satisfaction? : 15
Social Networking Websites and Internet Media As Residency Recruitment Tools : 16
Teaching Academy for Emergency Medicine Faculty : 17
Advanced Competency in Electrocardiography (ACE) Program for Emergency Medicine Residents : 18
Faculty Evaluations of Emergency Medicine Residents Using an Audience Response System : 19
Medical Immediate Action Drill (MIAD) Cards for Core Content Review and Oral Exam Practice for Emergency Medicine Residents : 20
A Streamlined Pocket Reference for New Doctors : 21
No Place Like Home: Geographic Ties Positively Affect Residency Applicant Pool Characteristics : 22
Design Innovations and Barriers of a High Fidelity Simulated Emergency Center in Second Life : 23
I'm Watching What you Do: Professionalism from the Students' Point of View : 24
How Do Emergency Medicine Clerkship Directors Select Visiting Medical Students? : 25
Practice-Based Learning and Improvement of the Resident and Residency Using the Annual ABEM In-Training Examination : 26
Is Being Selected as a Chief Resident Necessary for a Career in Academics? : 27
Performance Improvement of Emergency Medicine Resident Clinical Care Using Objective Chart Assessment and Feedback : 28
Effect of Crowding on Faculty Teaching Time in the Emergency Department : 29
It's Time: An Argument for a National Emergency Medicine Education Research Center
The CORD Academy for Scholarship in Education in Emergency Medicine
Critical Appraisal of Emergency Medicine Educational Research: The Best Publications of 2009
Emergency Medicine in the Medical School Curriculum
Anatomy of a Clerkship Test
Inaccuracy of the Global Assessment Score in the Emergency Medicine Standard Letter of Recommendation
Curriculum Design of a Case-based Knowledge Translation Shift for Emergency Medicine Residents
Rotating Resident Didactics in the Emergency Department: A Cross-sectional Survey on Current Curricular Practices
Incorporating Evidence-based Medicine into Resident Education: A CORD Survey of Faculty and Resident Expectations
An Evaluation of Resident Work Profiles, Attending–Resident Teaching Interactions, and the Effect of Variations in Emergency Department Volume on Each
A Core Competency–based Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Can Predict Future Resident Performance
Direct Observation Evaluations by Emergency Medicine Faculty Do Not Provide Data That Enhance Resident Assessment When Compared to Summative Quarterly Evaluations
Optimizing Resident Training: Results and Recommendations of the 2009 Council of Residency Directors Consensus Conference
Scholarly Tracks in Emergency Medicine
Guiding Principles for Resident Remediation: Recommendations of the CORD Remediation Task Force
Best Educational Practices in Pediatric Emergency Medicine During Emergency Medicine Residency Training: Guiding Principles and Expert Recommendations
Emergency Medicine Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Curriculum