emergency department

  1. J

    Johns Hopkins Hospital Emergency Department Volunteer Program

    Has anyone heard about the Hopkins Hospital ED Volunteer Program? It's not anywhere specific on the hospital's website, but I heard from a friend that it's like a legendary program that gives them a bunch of training and they do a lot of things with the doctors and nurses and even round on...
  2. DoctahB

    Compensation of an FP in an ED

    Hi All, MS4 Strongly considering EM & FM. Not that compensation should be a deciding factor, but wondering if anyone has any insight as to the compensation of a Family Med Practitioner working in an ED as compared to an EM-train (yes, I know it depends on location). Additionally, can an FP...
  3. DoctahB

    Compensation of an FP in an ED

    Hi All, MS4 Strongly considering EM & FM. Not that compensation should be a deciding factor, but wondering if anyone has any insight as to the compensation of a Family Med Practitioner working in an ED as compared to an EM-train (yes, I know it depends on location). Additionally, can an FP...
  4. T

    IMG friendly Emergency Medicine Clinical Rotation

    Hello, I am a 4th year looking for a 4-week Emergency Medicine Clinical Rotation in the US that is IMG friendly. Does anyone have any experience with one? Cheers!
  5. S

    How would you prepare to be an EM phys?

    So I know I have a few years before I really need to think about this, but I have some ideas of specialty and most aren’t too crazy (psych, peds, PCP). But the one thing I really thought I wanted was EM. After starting school though, I just feel like I would be totally unprepared. I work well...
  6. iluvhoney710

    Should I shadow at my age and if yes, how?

    Currently a junior/grade 11/year 12 with my last known cumulative GPA at 3.68 (unweighted) and I have not take the SAT or the ACT but planning to do so before 2018 ends. (Might I add that my PSAT was no good at all with the score being around 1,100-1,200 so I don't expect my SAT or ACT to be...
  7. M

    Scribe-Doctor Relationship

    Hey Everyone, I am currently a pre-med(and a scribe) and will be applying next cycle. I have faced sort of an obstacle at work... The physician I work the most with asked me out. I am 22 and he is 30...... Normally this would totally gross me out, however, I am terrified that I won't be able to...
  8. C

    ER Scribe Position - Kingman, AZ

    Opening for an ER scribe position at Kingman Regional Medical Center in Kingman Arizona. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who is planning on going to medical school, physician assistant school, or nursing school. Scribes work with physicians, residents, physician assistants, and nurse...
  9. S

    Thoughts? EMT program

    I am 19 and a full time college student studying microbiology for my second year. I recently decided I am interested in going to medical school, but I have no real experience in the field and will definitely need to change that by the time I'm doing applications. I'm considering taking a course...
  10. MasterChief4L

    Help with choosing Emergency Medicine

    Hi all, undecided MS3 looking for advice on (possibly) entering EM, as I do not know many residents or attendings in the field I am drawn to everything about the actual work of EM and found that I fit in with people in the field more than any other. My kryptonite is I hate overnights and...
  11. macastat

    Reinvigorate your career, cure burn out - Rural Emergency Medicine job opportunity

    Reinvigorate your career, cure burn out - Rural Emergency Medicine job opportunity, magical Driftless Region of Southwest Wisconsin (unique, unglaciated geography) - bluffs, valleys, oak forests and artesian streams. Renowned Waldorf school. One patient per hour with 25% admit / transfer...
  12. S

    Advice for ED scribe with t1 diabetes?

    I'm a recent hire medical scribe completing classroom training and very excited to start on-site training in the ED of a small hospital (not the busiest ED). A little bit of background, I'm a premed student and I also have type one diabetes, so I wear an insulin pump and CGM (continuous glucose...
  13. 1

    Discharging patients from ED in middle of the night

    I'm a psych resident and cover the ED at a couple hospitals. We don't have a dedicated psychiatric ED, or even space for these patients in the ED. At Hospital One: psych and ED have a great relationship; we do not d/c psych patients from the ED in the middle of the night, as it's thought to not...
  14. Pyonium

    Panic! at the ER

    So I've been a volunteer in the local ER for about a month and a half now. In the first month I saw plenty of things that were slightly upsetting, mothers crying while holding their injured babies, drunk people screaming at the police and doctors while getting medical clearance for jail. But a...
  15. H

    Conference advice

    Hey guys. I'm a medical student, and I'm planning on forming an Emergency society in my university, next year. This society will have an annual emergency conference, and I'm thinking about workshops that I can add as part of this conference. But so far, I've only come up with things like...
  16. H

    Can I combine Emergency, with Surgery for this? Help Please!

    Hi, I'm a 3rd year medical student. In the beginning of the new semester, I want to form an Emergency Society. There are some students who graduated this year, and were running a Surgery Society. They asked me to keep their society running as well, which is a good idea, cause I would have a lot...
  17. FLVettrain

    What do I need to work in ED?

    What are the requirements to work in the ED? Considering a career in the Medical field. I know there are different positions in the ED. Looking for some guidance from those who have been in my position. Explain... May respond to address any of the following topics: Duration of preparation...
  18. L

    Emergency Advice!!!!!!!!!!: academic + volunteering

    Hey guys, I have two 'situations' that I am looking for advice about: Situation 1: Academic In a conversation I had yesterday with my English professor, she decided to mention at the end that I should be prepared for an F participation grade (It's the last week of classes at my school). She...
  19. L

    EPPA Scribe Positions in Minnesota

    Men and women wanted for hazardous journey to medical/PA or health professions school. Potential for late nights, early mornings, cognitive and physical exhaustion; uncompromising professional integrity a must. EPPA Medical Scribe Program seeks the next generation of physician, PA and other...