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How Can You Prepare For A Successful EM Match?

May 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Jacob Schwab, OMS-II WVSOM Timothy Bikman, OMS-IV WVSOM I recently interviewed National Student Past-President, Tim Bikman. Emergency medicine has become a highly competitive specialty, but there are things you can do each year to set yourself up for success on Match Day. Tim’s answers [...]

Go To A Conference

May 9th, 2018|0 Comments

Richard Newman, OMS-III WVSOM How are you sure Emergency Medicine (EM) is the field for you? This was a daunting question for me as a first-year medical student with little exposure to any other specialty than family medicine. How do you go from what you think you enjoy to finding your [...]

Board Review Questions-Test Your Skills

May 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

1. A 2-year-old male presents with parents after a prolonged seizure of 5 minutes. The parents state that he has been lethargic over the past day with poor oral intake. Finger stick glucose is 452. The patient is poorly responsive and begins seizing again. The best initial therapy is: A [...]

Mark your Calendars for ACOEP’s RSO Student Symposium 

Saturday, September 8, 2018
Lakeland Health
St. Joseph, MI

ACOEP’s Resident Student Organization cordially invites you to the Fall Student Symposium, “Deadly Misses” at Lakeland Health in St. Joseph, Michigan on Saturday, September 8, 2018.

Symposium highlights:

  • Rapid Fire Lectures on aortic dissections, strokes, and more
  • Tips to avoid deadly mistakes on the interview trail
  • Speed dating lunch to network with program directors
  • Hands-on skill labs on: adult difficult airways, an ultrasound FAST Exam, and an advanced SIM lab

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