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Blog posts : "Emergency Medicine Residency"

Residency Emergency Medicine, Latina Doctor ER

I have focused my sights on the practice of emergency medicine ever since I began medical school. I have always enjoyed taking risks, and I feel most comfortable working under high pressure. I like the adrenaline rush, generally speaking, it goes with my style. This is also why I spend my vacations …

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Emergency Medicine Residency, Indian Applicant

“In nothing do men more nearly approach humanity than giving health to men.”

 I am applying to enter the Medical Residency Program in Emergency Medicine at XXXX because I feel it offers the most diverse and inclusive setting in which to become immersed in the cutting-edge practice of emergency …

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Volunteer


The ring I wear on my right hand is a heart, held by two hands, and topped with a crown. Almost weekly, someone asks me about it. I proudly explain it is a Claddagh, an Irish symbol, which stands for love, loyalty, and friendship. I treasure this ring for many reasons. First, it is a gift from my p…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, ER, Academic


After enjoying every clinical rotation during my third year, I thought it would not be easy to choose a specialty, but ultimately it was an easy decision. By the end of my third year, I suspected that Emergency Medicine was right for me. This belief was confirmed on the first day of my fourth-year …

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Mexican

My life experience has uniquely prepared me for a residency in emergency medicine. I was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 1957. My father was a plumber, and my mother was a Mexican immigrant who left school in third grade. My parents had great hopes for me; my mom encouraged me to go to college, a…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Adrenaline Rush


I have focused my sights on the practice of emergency medicine ever since I began medical school. I have always enjoyed taking risks, and I feel most comfortable working under high pressure. I like the adrenaline rush, generally speaking, it goes with my style. This is also why I spend my vacations…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Caribbean School


I am thankful for the cold, blunt realization that accompanied waking up in an emergency room that day in Colorado. This skiing accident as a college student knocked me out and left me bleeding and torn. Still immature, undecided, and without a calling in life, all this began to change in ER at XXX…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Volunteer Work


Soon to be finishing medical school, I have been preparing myself for some time for my ultimate goal, to practice medicine as an ER Physician. Beginning at the Natural Sciences Department at the University of XXXX, I was able to develop the initial tools and skills for further development in the bi…

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Emergency Medicine Residency, Lifeguard

In January of my first year of medical school. I began shadowing an FRCP-trained emergency physician regularly. I have done other career shadowing and have had many clinical clerkship experiences. None of these have been as satisfying as my experiences in emergency medicine. I was given the opportun…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Latin America


I am a physician from Venezuela who is a soldier against death in my country. One of the most powerful moments of my life occurred in a crematorium. The shantytowns around Caracas, Venezuela, had been decimated by mudslides; I was working for the Venezuelan Red Cross, seeing patients from the tailg…

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