1 Evaluation of Resident Physician Crisis Resource Management Skills During Emergency Department Resuscitations
2 The Role of Facebook in Resident Recruitment: A Survey of Interviewees
3 An Emergency Department Shadowing Experience for Emergency Medicine Residents - Can It Prevent the Erosion of Empathy?
4 Mentoring in Action: A Needs Assessment of the ‘Women in Emergency Medicine Mentoring Group’
5 Emergency Medicine Residents as Teachers
6 Medical Student Major Clinical Year 3 Clerkships in Emergency Medicine: A Survey of Current Practices
7 Analysis of Student Log Books in the Implementation of the Revised National Curriculum for Fourth-Year Students in Emergency Medicine
8 Using Electronic Medical Records to Assess Learner Practice Change as a Result of an Educational Intervention: Results of a Feasibility Study
9 Using the Emergency Department to Teach Public Health: A Novel Medical School Learning Experience
10 Does Hybrid Simulation Improve Medical Student Performance of the Pelvic Examination?
11 Can a Senior Scholars Forum Enhance the Scholarship Process?
12 Who's Your Doctor? Failure to Recognize the Female Emergency Physician
13 Improving Emergency Medicine Efficiency in an Academic Center - Are We Leaving Medical Student Education Behind?
14 Peer-to-peer Medical Student Teaching Using High-fidelity Simulation
15 Emergency Medicine Resident Orthopedics Training in Outpatient Ski Clinics vs. an Inpatient Setting
16 A Survey of Emergency Medicine Resident and Faculty Projected Disaster Responses
17 Do Emergency Medicine Residents Know Street Drug Slang?
18 Assessing the Impact of a Wiki on an Emergency Medicine Residency Program
19 Using the American Board of Internal Medicine Patient Survey for the Assessment of Communication Skills of Emergency Medicine Residents
20 Assessment in Proficiency of Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST) among Medical Students
21 Simulation as an Adjunct to the Anesthesia Rotation in an Emergency Medicine Residency
22 The Team Teaching Topic (T3): A New Approach to Emergency Medicine Residency Didactics
23 Lights, Camera, Action! An Innovative Use of Technology to Augment Resident Didactic Conference Exposure
24 “A C L S - Acute Customer Life Support.” A Residency Training Curriculum in Patient Satisfaction
25 Is There a Gender Bias in Descriptions of Applicants in Standard Letters of Recommendation for Emergency Medicine Residencies?
26 Assessment of TeamSTEPPS on Junior Professionals in an Emergency Department
27 Do Male Emergency Physicians Focus on Different Personal and Professional Traits in Writing the Standard Letters of Recommendation for Fourth-Year Medical Students Than Their Female Colleagues?
28 The Utilization of an Emergency Medicine Specific Library Website in the Clinical Setting
29 The Research College: Teaching Research Methods Through Experiential Team Learning
30 Senior Resident Educator: Enhancing the Educational Mission of the Emergency Department
31 The Tiered Mentorship Program in Emergency Medicine
32 Characterization of Medical Knowledge Remediation Practices among Emergency Medicine Residencies
33 Clinical Teaching Site Does Not Affect Final Grade in an Emergency Medicine Clerkship
34 A Novel Approach to Legislative Advocacy and Policy Education for Emergency Medicine Residents
35 Emergency Medicine Residency Staffing: A National Survey of Program Directors
36 Business Training in Emergency Medicine Residency Programs
37 Teaching Residents to Be Bedside Educators
38 Measurement of Patient Perceptions of Empathy Communicated by Resident Physicians in the Emergency Department
39 Root Cause Analysis of Errors in a Simulated Prehospital Pediatric Emergency
40 Comparison of a Detailed Medical Student Shift Performance Card to an Evaluator's Overall Impression
41 A Dedicated Emergency Medicine Curriculum for Off-service Rotating Residents in the Emergency Department
42 A Required Third-year Acute Care Clerkship Based in the Emergency Department
43 STRESS Trauma Training Curriculum Increases Residents Clinical Confidence and Leadership with Multi-trauma Patients
44 Critical Self-Appraisal of Crisis Team Leadership: A Simulation-based Curriculum for PGY-2 Residents
45 Video Review Enhances Feedback and Improves Medical Student Performance in Expert Consultations During Simulated Patient Encounters
46 Cultural Assessment of Faculty and Residents at a Large, Inner-city Hospital
47 Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Performance Does not Correlate with Resident Productivity
48 Development and Integration of an Observation Medicine Curriculum into an Emergency Medicine Residency
49 Standard Setting for an Assessment of Resident Competence in Death Notification Using the GRIE_VING Checklist
50 Systems-based Practice: Summary of the CORD Academic Assembly Consensus Workgroup - Teaching and Evaluating the Difficult to Teach Competencies
51 An Improvement on Asynchronous Learning: Virtual Patient Simulation
52 A National Survey of U.S. Associate and Assistant Program Directors in Emergency Medicine Residencies: Characteristics of the Job and the People Who Do It
53 A New Model for Lateral Canthotomy Education
54 Professionalism Score for Emergency Medicine Resident Competency-Area Evaluation
Moving Beyond Confidence and Competence
Education Research
Developing a Third-year Emergency Medicine Medical Student Curriculum
Third-year Medical Student Rotations in Emergency Medicine
Academic Career Selection in American Emergency Medicine Residents
An Automated Procedure Logging System Improves Resident Documentation Compliance
Outcome Measures for Emergency Medicine Residency Graduates
Synchronous Collection of Multisource Feedback Evaluations Does Not Increase Inter-rater Reliability
Toward a New Paradigm
Adjusting Our Lens
Acute Pain Management Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residency Programs
Effect of a Geriatric Curriculum on Emergency Medicine Resident Attitudes, Knowledge, and Decision-making
Emergency Medicine Directors' Perceptions on Professionalism
Diversity in Emergency Medicine Education
Systems-based Practice