Welcome to the iEM Education Project Monthly Newsletter. We will share the achievements, information about top posts, chapters, activities and future plans of the project.
FLAME endorsed iEM
This month we received a great news from one of the regional emergency medicine organizations. Latin America Emergency Medicine Federation – Federacion Latinoamericana De Medicina De Emergencias endorsed iEM Education Project. We are looking forward to collaborate with them to improve undergraduate emergency medicine education around the globe.
iEM will attend MEMC2019 at Dubrovnik.
The 10th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress will be held 22-25 September 2019 at the Sun Gardens Hotel in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The congress is organized by American Academy of Emergency Medicine and Mediterranean Academy of Emergency Medicine.
Pre-congress courses will be held on 22 September with the first full day of Congress programming beginning 23 September and running until 25 September.
iEM will interview with Judith Tintinalli
iEM Team will interview with one of the icons of Emergency Medicine history, Judith Tintinalli during MEMC2019.
iEM continues to meet and interview with world famous leaders of Emergency Medicine. Ian Stiel, Simon Carley, Tracy Sanson, Rob Rogers, Neil Cunningham are couple of them. You can watch or listen published episodes here.
Free Emergency Medicine Clerkship iBook and pdf
There are three new blog authors joined our team in August, Bryn from USA, Sajan from Nepal and Neha from UAE. We welcome all of them. To see full blog authors team please click this link – https://iem-student.org/iem-blog-authors/
Bryn Dhir is a researcher and physician-scientist, interested in Emergency Medicine residency programs. Bryn has numerous leadership and management skills for various clinical, administrative, and work initiatives around the globe.
Neha Hudlikar is a graduate of RAK Medical & Health Sciences University and is currently training in Emergency Medicine at Zayed Military Hospital, Abu Dhabi. A big supporter of the FOAMed movement, she is passionate about developing and supporting innovative ideas that promote free access to medical education for all. Her main interests in Emergency Medicine include trauma, disaster medicine, PoCUS and development of EM in resource limited settings. She currently also serves as the Associate Editor of Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine Newsletter. Outside of medicine, an avid reader, tree-hugger and an advocate of gender equality.
I am a medical graduate from Nepal. I am an eager supporter of FOAMed movement. I have always loved books. Medical school wanted me to read particular types, so I did. A poet at my core; I love to write about things that touch my heart. What better world to be in than medicine when you are on look out for moments that touches you. I find medicine fulfilling also because it feeds my passion for teaching.
We published 12 posts during August 2019. The article “The research predicting septic shock” by Bryn Dhir was the top read article in August.
The Research of Predicting Septic Shock
Participating in Research As a new school year approaches, many medical students are opting to take a gap year dedicated to research. This trend is
Top Countries by Views
The iEM platform reached to 169 countries around the globe. In August, top countries by views are given below.