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00:45:54 Chance - QCOM: So if the programs are basically the same training over 3 vs 4 years, why is there a preference for 4yrs to rank 4 yrs higher? I'm not understanding that difference.
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00:49:32 Jonathan: What about combined EM/other programs? Does that change the viewpoint from fellowships a bit?
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00:53:00 Jonathan: that did thanks
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00:53:01 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: What skill sets would be most useful to develop prior to applying for residencies in emergency medicine?
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00:54:00 theodoreharper: What are the advantages in choosing a particular fellowship when completing residency training?
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00:55:34 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: What other things can you do as an EM physicians?
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Are there opportunities for research as a alternative career? And if so is it generally clinical or translational research?
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01:01:43 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: What ais the biggest changes in Emergency Medicine changing in the next 10 years?
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01:06:27 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: Can you speak to ED physician burnout rates and the reasons behind burnout in this field?
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01:11:31 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: Are there opportunities for research as a alternative career? And if so is it generally clinical or translational research?
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01:15:03 wesconn: So make friends with biomed.
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01:15:05 wesconn: ?
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01:17:51 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: If you were talking to your old M1 self, what advice would you give yourself knowing that you would end up as an ER resident/physician?
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01:21:54 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: how will single GME accreditation affect future students matching into emergency medicine?
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01:25:11 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: Can you speak about the significance of research experience in the EM match?
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01:27:39 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: What were the most significant variables you considered when ranking programs in the match?
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01:32:58 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: Absolute must read for EM interested students?
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01:34:54 Jonathan: Do you think that EM is a good speciality for students with families?
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01:35:02 Jonathan: overall
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Brain Rules
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01:35:55 Katie: How do you make the decision to take one EM applicant over another? What becomes a top priority that makes one of those applicants more appealing than the other?
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01:36:08 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: Do you think that EM is a good speciality for students with families?
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01:40:37 David Carle Hangouts Coordinator: If you had to pick one thing as your favorite about being an EM physician what would it be?
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01:44:39 wesconn: On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace 3rd Edition
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by Dave Grossman
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Thinking, Fast and Slow Paperback – April 2, 2013
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by Daniel Kahneman
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Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why Paperback – October 17, 2004
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by Laurence Gonzales
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Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School Paperback – Large Print, March 7, 2008
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by John Medina