Top Images From iEM Archive

Top Images From iEM Archive
17 - epidural + air

Epidural hemorrhage and free air

12.1 - central catheter misplaced

Central venous catheter misplacement

757.3 - Childhood rush - HFM disease

Childhood rush – HFM disease

26.1 - pneumocaccal meningitis 1

Pneumococcal meningitis, MRI

130.1 - SAH - subarachnoid hemorrhage

Subarachnoid hemorrhage

627.3 - Figure 03 - ICH in the right parietotemporal lobe

Intracranial hemorrhage at temporoparietal location

685.2 - electrical injury entry

Electrical injury, entry

449.3 - subacute subdural3

Subdural hemorrhage

336.5 - normal PA chest x-ray HEART BORDERS

Normal heart borders, normal chest x-ray

Top chapters and blog posts of September 2019

Top chapters and blog posts of September 2019

Abdominal Pain

by Shaza Karrar Case Presentation A 39-year-old female presented to the emergency department (ED) complaining of right-lower-quadrant (RLQ) pain; pain duration was for 1-day, associated

Infographics

Vertigo in ED toxicology pearls – active charcoal Pediatric tube sizes Oceania – Countries Recognize EM as a specialty Africa – Countries Recognize EM as

How to Read C-Spine X-Ray

by Dejvid Ahmetović and Gregor Prosen Introduction C-spine x-ray interpretation is one of the fundamental skills of emergency physicians. Although current guidelines lead us to

How to read chest x-rays

by  Ozlem Koksal Introduction Chest X-ray interpretation is one of the fundamental skills of every doctor. Emergency physicians are particularly exposed to various chest x-rays

How to read head CT

by Reza Akhavan and Bita Abbasi For a standard approach to read head/brain computed tomography (CT) scan, one should adhere to systematic algorithms. The predefined

How to read pelvic x-rays

by Sara Nikolić and Gregor Prosen Introduction Pelvic fractures carry life‐threatening injury potential which should be identified or suspect during the primary assessment of patients with

Download Now! – iEM Book (iBook and pdf)

Download all content written by world-renowned professionals, emergency medicine education enthusiasts. It is a fantastic collaboration of all stakeholders. iEM Clerkship Book includes 106 topics,

Countries Recognize Emergency Medicine as a Specialty

As health care professionals working on Emergency medicine, our history is still being written. Let’s say you would like to learn which countries officially recognize

Mozambique Emergency Medicine Is On The Rise
Experiences
Jule Santos

Mozambique Emergency Medicine Is On The Rise

Africa is a magical continent. It is filled with unique cultural energy. I promise you will never regret diving into this experience. Whether in a

iEM Monthly – October 2019

Monthly Newsletter October 2019

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.

Hot News!

iEM team attended the Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress 2019 in Dubrovnik Croatia. The Xth Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress held between 22-25 September 2019 at the Sun Gardens Hotel. 

In addition to attending scientific sessions, iEM team also interviewed with Judith Tintinalli and Melanie Stander. Interviews will be shared from iem-student.org platform.

Melanie Stander
Melanie Stander
Judith Tintinalli
Judith Tintinalli

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iEM platform reached to more than 50.000 visitors from 183 countries.

iEM Authors in Dubrovnik​

iEM has 30 international blog authors. Three of those were in Dubrovnik. Anzal Rahman, Anthony Rodigin, and Elif Dilek Cakal. 

Top Blog Post in September

September Blog Posts

Top Countries in September

september 2019 - top countries

New Blog Author

Sumaiya Hafiz

UAE

I am a final year medical student studying in Dubai Medical College, with a strong interest in Emergency Medicine. I am also a photographer and work as a contributor for Getty Images. In my free time I like to write, research, find ways of educating the society regarding common medical issues, and travel. I also have an interest in Emergency Care in resource limited settings, public education, and raising awareness about first response emergency care.

Free EM Clerkship Book

iEM Free Book (2018e) reached to >3500 downloads. The book is written by 133 authors from 19 countries. It includes 106 topics, 841 pages, 454 images.

iEM Monthly – July 2019

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.

This month we received two positive responses from regional emergency medicine organizations. Asian Society for Emergency Medicine and African Federation for Emergency Medicine endorsed iEM Education Project. We are looking forward to collaborate with them to improve undergraduate emergency medicine education around the globe. 

ASEM logo
AFEM logo

iEM Free Book

iEM Free Book (2018e) reached to >3000 downloads. The book is written by 133 authors from 19 countries. It includes 106 topics, 841 pages, 454 images.

Blog Authors

There are two new blog authors joined our team in July, Shaza from UAE and Masuma from Tanzania. We welcome both of them. To see full blog authors team please click this link – https://iem-student.org/iem-blog-authors/

shaza karrar

UAE

Shaza Karrar is a graduate of Sharjah University, School of Medicine, an Emergency Medicine board certified physician and a winner of multiple Resident Awards, serving as the Editor-in-Cheif of the Emirates Society for Emergency Medicine (ESEM) Newsletters. Big Medical Education Advocate and  Founder and Creator of the EM Space Podcast supporiting FOAMed and FOAMTox right out of the MENA region, with a profound interest in Toxicology and Disaster Medicine.

masuma ali

Tanzania

Masuma Ali Gulamhussein is a second-year Emergency Medicine (EM) resident in Tanzania, at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) with interests in global health and advocating for EM worldwide. She is interested in advancing in EM research and also finds it fulfilling interacting with a diverse cross-cultural society and EM colleagues from all parts of the world.

Blog Posts

We published 12 posts during July 2019. The article “Pediatric tube sizes” is the top read article in July. It reached 939 views. 

Top Countries by Views

The iEM platform reached to 169 countries around the globe. In July, top countries by views are given below. 

iEM Monthly – June 2019

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.

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ICEM2019

ICEM2019 was one of the very successful conferences of IFEM. Korean Emergency Medicine Society showed incredible organizational leadership and successfully organized such a big event for the world of emergency medicine.

Although there is a lot to talk about South Korean hospitality, foods and the Seoul city, we’d like to give some exciting numbers and highlights from the conference. There were 2725 attendees from 72 countries at the conference. 116 (4%) of the attendees were from middle and low-income countries. It is quite a high number if we compare to other ICEMs. Korean society did an outstanding job by offering discounted or free registration option for these countries. However, it is still 4%, and if we want to improve emergency medicine around the globe, we need to increase this number too. Australia was the country which had the highest attendees after South Korea, 173 and 1555, respectively. According to the conference scientific secretary, the longest registered attendee name was “Annuar Muhammad Zuljimal Bin Osman” from Malaysia. The first registrant was from USA, Eugene Kim. Highest group registration was Korean Fire Agency with 193 attendees. The youngest kid in the conference was 14 months old. Total scientific minutes were 12,030 in 29 topics. Siti Nasrina Yahaya presented 12 presentations at the conference, which is the highest number. Application of the conference downloaded 2,198 times. In 4 days, over 50 news released in media. There were 134 organizing committee members and 120 staff. The next conference ICEM2020 will be in Buenos Aires, Argentina (http://www.icem2020.net).

MOOC

One of the new project of the iEM is free massive open online course (MOOC) of Emergency Medicine for medical students who do not have structured Emergency Medicine training in their medical schools. The project aiming to create an adjustable course for different needs and various lengths. The content will be created under the guidance of the new IFEM undergraduate curriculum. 

The IFEM Core Curriculum and Education committee and IFEM Board gave us a green light to move forward to develop a MOOC and its certification process. 

IFEM Awards

The IFEM awards ceremony was held in the leadership dinner in Seoul during the ICEM2019. Melanie Stander, Vice-President of the IFEM and Prof. James Ducharme, President of the IFEM presented the awards right after the Gautam Bodiwala’s presentation regarding the history of IFEM awards. There are three awards of IFEM; Gautam Bodiwala Lifetime Achievement Award, IFEM Humanitarian Award, Order of IFEM Award. This year Gautam Bodiwala Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Prof. James Holliman. He is one of the significant figures of international emergency medicine who helped the development of emergency medicine in many countries. IFEM Humanitarian Award was given to the Korean Society of Emergency Medicine and Prof. Elisabeth M. Molyneux from Royal Collge of Emergency Medicine, UK. Order of IFEM Award entitles the recipients to use Fellow of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (FIFEM). This year award was given to Prof. Lisa Moreno-Walton from American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM president-elect), Prof. Anthony Lawler and Assoc/Prof. Sally McCarthy from Australasian College of Emergency Medicine, Prof. Arif Alper Cevik from Emergency Medicine Association of Turkey, Dr. Clifford Mann from the Royal Collge of Emergency Medicine, UK, and Dr. Lau Fei Lung from Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine.

FIFEM Awardees – Lisa Moreno-Walton, Anthony Lawler, Sall McCarthy, Arif Alper Cevik, Lau Fei Lung, Taj Hassan (On behalf of Clifford Mann)

Arif Alper Cevik (FIFEM) and James Holliman (Gautam Bodiwala Lifetime Achievement Award)

Arif Alper Cevik who is the founder and director of iEM Education Project, was a fellow in International Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program in PennState University, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center which where Prof. James Holliman was a director. Both met in Vancouver, BC during the 7th ICEM conference in 1998, and their willingness to help and improve emergency medicine around the globe was a common topic in their discussion. But there is another common thing between them. They both born on the same day, 20th December. 

Blog Authors

There are two new blog authors joined our team in June, AlHanouv from KSA and Rebeca from Brazil. We welcome both of them. To see full blog authors team please click this link – https://iem-student.org/iem-blog-authors/

AlHanouv

KSA

I recently finished Emergency Medicine residency in KSA and continuing my training on Master of Healthcare Administration. From my little experience in working and studying Emergency Medicine, I have to admit that having such projects made things more easier and enjoyable. By using different ways of sharing knowledge, this has made a big difference in Physicians practices also in their confidence in being updated and discussing topics anywhere at anytime with everyone you can imagine. We can all benefit from each other by trying our best to find new ways in sharing/explaining knowledge in a more smoother way.

rebeca barbara rios

BRAZIL

I am a student at the end of the 3rd year of medicine, in Brasilia, capital of Brazil. I already contribute to ISAEM, with translations in FOAMed and also assisting in matters related to the national embassy. I am also Academic Coordinator of ABRAMEDE, the Brazilian Association of Emergency Medicine.

Blog Posts

We published 11 posts during June 2019. The article “Countries Recognizing Emergency Medicine As A Specialty” is the top read article in June, again. It reached 2426 views. 

Top Countries by Views

The iEM platform reached to 166 countries around the globe. In June, top countries by views are given below. 

How to Subscribe to iEM Student Podcast

“A podcast, is an episodic series of digital audio or video files which a user can download in order to listen to.” by Wikipedia’s definition. Listening to podcasts is a useful way of consuming FOAMed materials.

iEM Student audio podcast is one of the components of the project to increase accessibility to the content provided by international contributors. If you like to subscribe and listen to this podcast through your favourite podcast player, here is how: 

1. Just click to your favourite podcast player (We use Overcast app as an example).

2.Click to the plus sign located on the top right.

3. Click to Add URL link.

4. Add below link

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:443815290/sounds.rss

to the box located below "Podcast URL" text.

5. iEM Student Podcast is now available on the app's main page.

6. Click to the podcast to see the list of available recordings.

That's all! Enjoy!

Cite this article as: Ibrahim Sarbay, "How to Subscribe to iEM Student Podcast," in International Emergency Medicine Education Project, June 26, 2019, https://iem-student.org/2019/06/26/how-to-subscribe-to-iem-student-podcast/, date accessed: October 16, 2019

iEM Monthly – May 2019

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.

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iEM Education Project Team members will be at ICEM2019, Seoul, South Korea. The ICEM (International Conference on Emergency Medicine) is a annual global conference of International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM). iEM Team will be attending IFEM Core Curriculum and Education Committee meetings. The team is also looking forward to meet new contributors during the conference.

One of the new project of the iEM is free Emergency Medicine massive open online course (MOOC) for medical students who do not have structured Emergency Medicine training in their medical schools. The project aiming to create an adjustable course for different needs and various lengths. The content will be created under the guidance of the new IFEM undergraduate curriculum. 

Thank you for your interest in iEM’s free Emergency Medicine Clerkship book. We published its chapters on the website in May 2018. Pdf and iBook formats were announced to download last month and downloaded more than 2600 times.

iEM Book Announcement

We believe students/interns around the globe will be enjoying the content prepared by emergency medicine experts and enthusiasts from all levels. This is a great initiative of international emergency medicine community.

Now, we are inviting new contributors to iEM Education Project as a blog author, chapter author in 2021 book, as well as for many other contribution options.

If you would like be a member of the group aiming to provide free education resources for medical students/interns around the globe, please click this link.

Currently, we have 20 active blog authors in iEM Education Project from around the globe and look forward to have more. If you feel responsible to improve undergraduate emergency medicine education, if you have something to share with trainees, you are welcome. Please click the link and be a part of this amazing team members. 

Lucas Silva - author

Lucas Oliveira J. e Silva

BRAZIL

Henrique Puls BW

HENRIQUE A. PULS

BRAZIL, USA

kilalo mjema - BW

KILALO MJEMA

TANZANIA

ibrahim sarbay

IBRAHIM SARBAY

TURKEY

Temesgen Beyene bw

TEMESGEN BEYENE

ETHIOPIA

Jule Santos BW

JULE R. O. G. SANTOS

brazil

Job Guillen

mexico

blog posts of the month

We published 11 posts during May 2019. The article “Countries Recognizing Emergency Medicine As A Specialty” is the top read article in May. It reached 2296 views. 

The iEM platform reached to 166 countries around the globe. In May, top countries by views are given below. 

SMACC Sydney 2019: A Student Volunteer Experience

Lucas Oliveira J. e Silva Medical student at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil. President of International Student Association of Emergency Medicine (ISAEM)
Lucas Oliveira J. e Silva: Medical student at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil. President of International Student Association of Emergency Medicine (ISAEM)

I will never forget the first time I have heard about the concept of Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed). I was leading the organization of an Emergency Medicine (EM) student symposium in my city (Porto Alegre), and we decided to invite a student named Henrique Puls to give a lecture about his organization, the International Student Association of Emergency Medicine (ISAEM). 

At that point, he was an enthusiast about Emergency Medicine already, and he was the vice-president of ISAEM. He gave an excellent talk about ISAEM, but, most importantly, he introduced me to a “drug” that I would become addicted: the #FOAMed. After that lecture, we ended up becoming good friends and we started to work together. Our work has resulted in so many things that would never fit within this post. Throughout the time, one of the seeds that he has planted on me would blossom in the year 2019.

When I was introduced to the #FOAMed world, Henrique told me about a conference called SMACC – Social Media and Critical Care Conference. At that moment in my life, this conference didn’t make any sense to me: critical care experts giving TED-like talks and doing crazy simulations on stage. My thoughts were: Does this really exist? I kept watching SMACC lectures on YouTube, and year after year my interest would grow more and more. Then, Henrique and Daniel Schubert (another friend, current EM resident in Rio de Janeiro) were pioneers (as always) and participated as SMACC Junior volunteers in Berlin 2017. Every tweet and every post from them throughout the conference inspired me even more.

When SMACC organizers released that 2019 would be in Australia and it would be the last conference ever, I could not miss this opportunity. It would be my last chance to go. The application process was quite different and required a lot of creativity. I thought I would never pass. The email saying that I have been selected for the SMACC volunteer team made my heart start pounding really fast. 

Besides that, I have applied together with my girlfriend (Marianna Fischmann) and we ended up both being accepted. We would go to Sydney and we would be part of the SMACC Junior volunteer team.

The SMACC Junior team is made up of a committed and enthusiastic group of 25 medical/paramedic/nursing students who volunteer at the conference. SMACC 2019 was held in Sydney (Australia) from March 25 to March 29. We arrived in Sydney on March 23 (Saturday) after a very long journey: 36-hour travel, including airport and flight times. On Sunday, we had our first SMACC Junior meeting. At that point, I could feel the energy of the group. Students from eleven countries with totally different backgrounds, except for one similar interest: LEARN. 

First SMACC Junior meeting at the ICC Sydney Convention Center.

But what were the specific tasks we were supposed to do throughout the conference? What does a SMACC Junior volunteer mean?

Well, we were there to help on pretty much everything related to keeping the conference organized.

  1. Here a few of our specific tasks:
  2. Help with the registration of all attendees;
  3. Usher people throughout the conference to make sure they would be at the right place at the right time;
  4. Workshop support (eg. Manikin, time management, etc.);
  5. Help with backstage and on-stage activities;
  6. Represent the youth and inspired community of SMACC.
SMACC Junior material. We were supposed to be in blue T-shirts all the time, except when we were on Backstage (black T-shirts).

One small detail: we were supposed to be at the Convention Center every day at 06:00 AM and to leave it around 06:00 PM.

On Monday, the SMACC workshops started. As I am an Evidence-Based Medicine enthusiast and young researcher, I was allocated to the workshop called “Research Dark Arts.” It was focused on discussing the nuances and challenges behind the academic world. The faculty was mostly from the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Society (ANZICS) and included researchers like Paul Young, Steve Webb and John Myburgh. It was an amazing opportunity to somehow help these incredible researchers in their workshop. Besides that, I learned so much from them.

On Tuesday, I was allocated to one of the workshops I have always dreamt about: the SMACC Airway workshop. Emergency airway management has always been one of my main interests within the EM world. It was incredible to learn about the different techniques behind mastering the airway with people like Scott Weingart

Me and Scott Weingart after the SMACC Airway Workshop.

After a great day on Tuesday, we were rewarded with a dinner with all faculty members involved with the SMACC Workshops. The event was in a beachfront restaurant at the Cougee Beach. Besides the beauty of this place, this was a great opportunity for networking with people from all over the world.

Me and Marianna in the beachfront restaurant at Cougee Beach.

In the same evening, there was a party called GELFEST. This is a crazy party created by SMACC attendees. Medical education enthusiasts brought a lot of simulation entertainment to the party. The classic part is the famous SALAD simulator, created by James DuCanto. People were practicing his technique (Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy for Airway Decontamination) while drinking their Australian beer.

Marianna practicing SALAD with James DuCanto at the GELFEST party.

After two very intense days, the conference started on Wednesday morning. The anxiety was high because the volunteer group was responsible for registering almost 3000 people. We were very motivated and I think this was the reason why everything went so well.

SMACC Junior team ready to register the attendees.

It’s hard to write about the SMACC open ceremony. There is nothing similar to what happened. It’s even harder to believe that a medical conference could have done something like that. It’s also important to remember those who are reading my report that SMACC has a philosophy: there is only ONE THEATER for the main conference, and all the lectures and discussions happen there. There is no such thing as several rooms with several lectures happening at the same time. SMACC is not a classic conference.

SMACC Sydney Opening Ceremony

After a breathtaking open ceremony, the conference started. As volunteers, we had several tasks throughout the conference days, but almost always we were able to watch pretty much all the lectures. We just had to be aware of following our SMACC Junior Schedule. For example, I had to be at the SMACC Genius Bar during coffee breaks and lunchtime. SMACC Genius Bar was a booth to help attendees on getting into the #FOAMed world (e.g., Creating a Twitter account, etc.). Alyx, Claire and Xander were amazing SMACC Junior leaders, and they did a great job on keeping everyone on track.

Playing with simulation during the conference intervals.

Whenever there was free time, we often went to the simulation booths at the exhibition hall. Me and Floris (medical student from Belgium) had the chance of intubating a manikin inside a simulated crashed car. Quite fun.

On Thursday night, there was the SMACC Gala Party. And do you have any idea where that was? Inside one of the most famous amusement park in the world: Luna Park. Yes, the party was at Luna Park! Unbelievable. It was awesome — dancing, drinks and networking. Unique experience.

And here we go into the last day. On Friday, I had the opportunity of participating in one of the lectures on-stage. Ken Milne, the creator of the Canadian blog The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine, asked for the SMACC Junior volunteers to cheer him up during his debate with Salim (REBEL-EM Blog) about several controversial EM topics. We suited up like Canadians and we had so much fun.

The SMACC Junior Team is cheering up on stage

Unfortunately, everything good comes to an end. But wait, was it really the last SMACC ever? Yes, it was. However, the SMACC leadership, Roger Harris and Oli Flower, had a surprise for the attendees at the end. They announced that the SMACC community would not come to an end, but it would start another journey, with another name and with a more ambitious plan. The name is CODA. They put together three giants of Medicine to create a forum geared toward tackling the main health issues around the world. These three are: SMACC community, New England Journal of Medicine and The George Institute.

Please check what the CODA is about: https://CODAchange.org

After this incredible journey, Marianna and I could explore the wonderful city of Sydney. It’s probably the most amazing city I have ever been to.

Surfing at Manly Beach after the end of the conference

I can’t deny, however, that I am little biased. Going to Sydney and having the chance of living every single moment throughout SMACC have changed my life. The people, the conversations, the lectures, every small piece of SMACC changed something on me. I am sure that this experience was life-changing for many people who attended it. We all left Australia with one common feeling: we are excited to be better versions of ourselves and, consequently, provide better care for our patients.

If I had to summarize what SMACC was, I would say four words: Emotion – Inspirational – Empathy – Humanity

Thank you SMACC for this incredible opportunity.

Oli Flower, Roger Harris and the whole SMACC Junior Team

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Cite this article as: Lucas Silva, "SMACC Sydney 2019: A Student Volunteer Experience," in International Emergency Medicine Education Project, May 20, 2019, https://iem-student.org/2019/05/20/smacc-sydney-2019-a-student-volunteer-experience/, date accessed: October 16, 2019

Update on Countries Recognize EM As A Specialty

We currently published an article about countries recognize Emergency Medicine (EM) as a specialty. There is a huge interest from the international EM community. We received feedback from many FOAMed followers/enthusiasts. There were 70 countries on our list. After the new information and feedback, the countries reached 82. What an amazing help! And, What a fantastic specialty growing and spreading all around the globe.

70

82

If you have new information or update about countries please let us know!
We will be happy to update our list.

Cite this article as: iEM Education Project Team, "Update on Countries Recognize EM As A Specialty," in International Emergency Medicine Education Project, May 17, 2019, https://iem-student.org/2019/05/17/update-on-countries-recognize-em-as-a-specialty/, date accessed: October 16, 2019

iEM Newsletter – April 2019

monthly newsletter

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.

iEM Education Project

Meet The Blog Authors

We are starting to activate our blog and here are the current blog authors and it is counting. If you have something to share with medical students/interns in order to promote emergency medicine or improve undergraduate emergency medicine education, you are welcome! Contact us.

Elif Dilek Cakal

Elif Dilek Cakal

Turkey

Lucas Silva

Lucas Silva

Brazil

Kilalo Mjema

Kilalo Mjema

Tanzania

Temesgen Beyene

Temesgen Beyene

Ethiopia

Arif Alper Cevik

Arif Alper Cevik

UAE/Turkey

Helene Morakis

Helene Morakis

Canada

Henrique A. Puls

Henrique A. Puls

Brazil/USA

Jule Santos

Jule Santos

Brazil

Ibrahim Sarbay

Ibrahim Sarbay

Turkey

John A. Lee

John A. Lee

USA

Download Free EM Clerkship Book in pdf and iBook

Thank you for your interest in iEM’s free Emergency Medicine Clerkship book. We published its chapters on the website in May 2018. Pdf and iBook formats were announced to download last week and downloaded more than 2000 times in a week.

Blog Posts Published in April 2019

Top 5 Countries in April 2019

Mexico

12%

Thailand

12%

USA

11%

Turkey

Turkey

10%

Costa Rica

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We are hiring!

Thank you for your interest in iEM’s free Emergency Medicine Clerkship book. We published its chapters on the website in May 2018. Pdf and iBook formats were announced to download last week and downloaded more than 2000 times in a week.

We believe students/interns around the globe will be enjoying the content prepared by emergency medicine experts and enthusiasts from all levels. This is a great initiative of international emergency medicine community.

Today, we are inviting new contributors to iEM Education Project as a blog author, chapter author in 2021 book, as well as for many other contribution options.

If you would like to help medical students/interns by providing free emergency medicine education resources, please contact us by filling the form below.

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