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"Emergency Medicine Practice gives great articles that are evidence-based, very current, and relevant to what I'm doing. It provides me an up-to-date approach to the management of the common -- and weird & wonderful -- clinical scenarios I see in the emergency department. It's been a great help to me, and I recommend it to all my colleagues."Conor McKaigney, MD
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Cut to the research chase.Our database archive of 400+ expert-authored articles is searchable by disease state, condition, body system, presentation, and more. Find just what you need, right when you need it, as you confront clinical scenarios on any shift.
Master tools of the trade.From clinical pathways – a centerfold flowchart in every monthly journal issue – to rapid-read reviews of some of MDCalc's most popular decision-support calculators, risk scales, and scores, you get practical training to sharpen your skills and improve your care.
Save time. Get to the point.A 2-page Points & Pearls digest, written by emergency medicine physicians and urgent care physicians, comes along with each issue, giving you a quick-study option when time is short.
Stay current.Online subscriptions to our monthly MEDLINE-indexed journals Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice as well as Evidence- Based Urgent Care keep you up to date and on pace with your peers.
Pass the test.Tap a bank of thousands of CME questions to study (or cram) for the board exam.
Learn on the go.Tune in to EMplify, a monthly podcast hosted by emergency medicine physicians, for easy listening and take-away lessons.
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"Emergency Medicine Practice is an essential resource to help residents stay up with good practice before and after they graduate to the "real world."
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Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at Texas A&M
"I love to teach, and Emergency Medicine Practice is excellent for teaching for so many reasons -- format, relevance, up-to-date information, and, of course, evidence-based."
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EB Medicine's Emergency Medicine Educational Program was established in 2001. Since then, we've awarded more than 34,000 in-kind scholarships. It's our mission to enhance the academic studies and clinical experience for you and every emergency clinician, from residency through retirement. EB Medicine is proud to play a role in launching the careers of so many emergency medicine clinicians.