Emergency Medicine is a medical specialty—a field of practice based on the knowledge and skills required for the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute and urgent aspects of illness and injury affecting patients of all age groups with a full spectrum of undifferentiated physical and behavioral disorders.
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Emergency medicine articles describe the scope of conditions and injuries that are diagnosed, treated, and dealt with in the course of paramedic duty, and span over several medical areas, from neuroscience to physiology. The majority of emergency medicine deals with diagnosis of injury on-site.
Emergency Medicine is a specialty of medicine.A specialty is a special part of medicine where a doctor may have more knowledge. Examples are Pediatrics (doctors who care for children), Geriatrics (doctors who care for elderly people), and Cardiology (doctors who know more about the heart.)
International emergency medicine has been defined as "the area of emergency medicine concerned with the development of emergency medicine in other countries."  In that definition, "other countries" refers to nations that do not have a mature emergency care system (exemplified by board certified emergency physicians and academic emergency ...
- Peter Cameron
- West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
The African Journal of Emergency Medicine (AfJEM) is the official journal of the African Federation for Emergency Medicine. It is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, reviews, brief reports, case reports, and commentary on topics related to scientific, ethical, social, and economic importance to emergency care in Africa.
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This list and their links are a crowd-sourced presentation of emergency medicine residency programs throughout the world, for use as a central repository by applicants and other users. Included content often includes: history, curriculum, leadership, fellowships, and contact information. Please update the materials if you find old information. Programs and their residents, graduates, and faculty are responsible for keeping their information up to date.
1. University of Alabama 2. University of South Alabama
1. Abrazo Health Network 2. Maricopa Medical Center 3. University of Arizona (University Campus) 4. University of Arizona Combined Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics 5. University of Arizona (South Campus)
1. University of Arkansas 2. Unity Health - White County Medical Center
1. Dalhousie University
1. McGill University 2. Université Laval 3. Université de Montréal
1. McMaster University 2. Queen's University 3. University of Ottawa 4. University of Toronto 5. Western University
Emergency Medicine training in Pakistan started in the earlier part of 21st century. College of Physicians and Surgeons started recognizing Emergency Medicine as training discipline in 2010 while the MS programs started earlier than that.
1. Bangalore Baptist Hospital at Bangalore
1. Aster Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences at Calicut 2. Baby Memorial Hospital at Calicut 3. MES Academy of Medical Sciences at Perinthalmanna 4. Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences at Cochin
1. Tehran University of Medical Sciences
1. Faculdade de Medicina - Universidade de São Paulo
1. Instituto Guatemalteco de Seguridad Social - Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala 2. Hospital General San Juan de Dios - Universidade de San Carlos de Guatemala
1. King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center
Aug 20, 2020 · The Boston Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency is a 4-year training program based in an urban, academic, Level 1 trauma center in the heart of Boston. We are the first emergency medicine residency program in the City of Boston and one of the oldest in the Northeast.