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Emergency Medicine By David S. Edwards, MD
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Evidence-Based Emergency Medicine made simple in a page-per-topic evidence based review for the medical student, intern, or resident.
Proceedings of the Emergency Conference on Doctors and Hospitals Behaving Badly By Academy of Epistemological Medicine
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The proceedings of an emergency conference simultaneously held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and Olomouc, Moravia, Czech Republic to find police actions to get allopaths (Western M.D.s) to clean... More > up their patient-uncentered acts. Part of the Hazken Series on Wellthcare.< Less
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Board Review By William Gossman, MD, FAAEM, Jason Langenfeld, MD, FACEP, Scott Plantz, MD, FAAEM
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Why waste time guessing at what you need to know for the pediatric emergency medicine board exam? Maximize your exam preparation time with this quick-hit question and answer review. The unique... More > question and single-answer format eliminates the guesswork associated with traditional multiple-choice Q & A reviews and reinforces only the correct answers you'll need to know on exam day. Emphasis is placed on distilling key facts and clinical pearls essential for exam success. Great for certification and re-certification, this high-yield review for the boards is the perfect compliment to larger texts for intense, streamlined review in the days and weeks before your exam.< Less
Pediatric Emergency Medicine QRB Sample By Vincent Wang
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This SAMPLE version is available as a free download for your preview. There are 15 questions taken from 3 chapters. You can preview the questions directly on this website, or you can download it to... More > preview it. Go to www.pemqbook.com for more information. There is a print price (mandatory on this website), but we don't suggest you buy this version.< Less
Emergency Medicine IMG Friendly Residency Programs List By Applicant Guide, Match A Doc
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We present to you the most complete and up-to-date IMG friendly Emergency Medicine residency programs list with full match selection criteria and requirements for these programs. This book is... More > essentially written for international medical graduates seeking residency in the US. The idea of writing this book came from our insight that many IMGs every year don’t match because they don’t know where to apply. Most of the time, they end applying to programs that don’t have IMGs or those that don’t match their criteria hence they end losing money with no interviews earned. The information was gathered from program directors, coordinators, chiefs, faculty and residents. It includes Programs names, Programs codes, States, Addresses, Phones, Faxes, Percentage of IMGs in the programs, Minimum USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 Score Requirements, Attempts on any step, CS requirement at time of application, USCE Requirements, Cut-Off time since graduation, Programs offering couple match and Visas Sponsored or accepted.< Less
Emergency Medicine Residency Interview Questions and Answers By Applicant Guide, Match A Doc
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In any residency interview you go to, there will be general questions and medical questions related to the specialty. Also to prove that you are interested in their program, there are questions you... More > would like to ask the faculty and residents. In this book we collected all the medical questions asked to emergency medicine residency applicants during the interviews in the past few years. These questions are the basic knowledge you are expected to know to be accepted to this specialty and usually you learn them from your medical school ER rotations and curriculum. Also it contain the questions you have to ask the programs director, faculty, chief residents and residents. Interview day is like doomsday for the applicant; you either get praised or humiliated! Although it’s not the match day yet, however, it is the day where you either enter the match rank list or you are out! Your performance on the interviews is very important and is considered one of the main key factors that indicate your rank< Less
Emergency Medicine Letters of Recommendations Guidelines and Samples By Applicant Guide, Match A Doc
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This guide is dedicated to ED faculty including chairmen of divisions and attendings to help them write LORs. Also this help students and residency applicants to write LORs. This booklet include 2... More > samples ED LOR the 1st is from US Elective, Observership or AMG medical student rotation and the 2nd is from foreign (IMG) medical school rotation or residency training. These 2 letters are very typical to those matching applicants’ profiles. This booklet also contains the 20 guidelines questions and answers which you must use to formulate the letter. These guidelines as you will see in the booklet include but not limited to: addressing the letter, what is opening paragraphs, how many paragraphs, closing paragraph, signature, font and size, number of pages or characters, what must mention to get interviews, what not to mention to avoid rejections, etc. The information was collected over the past 15 years of our experience with AMGs and IMGs in the match from the top successful LORs and from program directors.< Less
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Question Review Book 2017B By Vincent Wang
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THIS IS THE NEWEST EDITION OF THE PEMQBOOK. BLACK AND WHITE VERSION Following the content outline of the ABP and ABEM Pediatric Emergency Medicine Exam, the new PEMQBook 2017 encompasses 1119 new... More > questions with answer explanations. This is a new edition of the PEMQBook series and will hopefully challenge the reader with clinical scenarios followed by answer explanations. This edition also includes an Ultrasound chapter, as well as an expanded statistics chapter. There are 194 pictures, 191 x-rays/CT/US images plus ECGs. This is the BLACK and WHITE version of the book, which is sufficient, but the Color version optimizes the contents of the book. For more information, please visit our website at: www.pemqbook.com. There is a COLOR version also available for sale. PER OUR REVISION PROCESS, THE BOOK HAS BEEN FINALIZED.< Less
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Question Review Book 2013c By Vincent Wang
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UPDATED IN 2017 The newer PEMQBook 2017 has been released, but this older PEMQBook 2013 edition has been reviewed and updated, so that additional, current question/answer sets are available through... More > this book. P2009 is also available for more question/answer sets, but P2009 has not been updated and revised since the original release. Following the content outline of the ABP and ABEM PEM Exam, PEMQBook 2013 encompasses ~1000 questions with answer explanations with accompanying pictures and radiographs. This is the COLOR, Hardcover version of the book, which is the best version to view the color pictures and images. A black and white, paperback cover version is also available for purchase. For more information, please visit our website at: www.pemqbook.com.< Less
Emergency Medicine Residency Match Selection Criteria and Programs Requirements By Applicant Guide, Match A Doc
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This book is the must-read book and most single important piece you buy in your battle for residency. This is the Emergency Medicine Residency Match Selection Criteria and Programs Requirements book... More > that contains up-to-date information about all the programs in the United States for both AMGs and IMGs. This book will at least double your chances to get interviews by carefully guiding you while selecting the programs that will invite you based on your criteria. This book will help you save a lot of money and will help you match on your first attempt. The information was gathered from program directors, coordinators, chiefs, faculty and residents. It includes Programs names, Programs codes, States, Addresses, Phones, Faxes, Percentage of IMGs in the programs, Minimum USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 Score Requirements, Attempts on any step, CS requirement at time of application, USCE Requirements, Cut-Off time since graduation, Programs offering couple match and Visas Sponsored or accepted.< Less