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Emergency Medicine Residents ’ (and Students ’ ) Association. Our History. EMRA is the largest and oldest independent resident organization in the world. EMRA was founded in 1974 and today has a membership of nearly 12,000 residents, medical students, and alumni .
EMRA is the largest and oldest independent resident organization in the world.
EMRA was founded in 1974 and today has a membership of nearly 12,000 residents, medical students, and alumni.
1992 = Medical Student Section formed.
1994 = First Medical Student Forum.
Today = Nearly 2,000 student members.
“The Emergency Medicine Residents' Association is the voice of emergency medicine physicians-in-training and
the future of our specialty.”
All medical students are welcome to join.
MDs & DOs! M1 through M4!
EMRA + ACEP + Your State Chapter
Medical students get the benefits of all 3 organizations for only $55 per year.
Please note that some state chapters have additional dues for medical students:DC ($20), IL ($30), MD ($20), NV ($50), ND ($25), OH ($5), VT ($50), VA ($15)
Perfect for students preparing to specialize in EM.
Master the top 20 chief complaints for your EM rotations.
Keep this handy guide in your white coat pocket.
Each chapter starts with critical actions & then expands.
EMRA’s PressorDex Adult Infusion, Clinical Prediction, Pediatric Qwic, and Airway Cards.
Six issues per year sent to all EMRA members.
Get published! Student written articles in each issue.
What’s Up in Emergency Medicine?EMRA’s once monthly e-newsletter for all members, including students.
Regional Student Newsletters
Prepared once per month by your EMRA Medical Student Council Regional Representative.
Written by physicians for physicians. Available in print and online
Emergency Medicine Today
Daily, weekday-morning bulletins prepared for members of ACEP.
EMRA’s Medical Student Survival Guide is also available for download.
Emergency medicine is one of the youngest medical specialties in the United States. EMRA’s Legacy Initiative
was designed to celebrate the rich history of the specialty
and the pioneering spirit of its founders.
EMRA members can view the full hour documentary online.
Host a viewing party at your institution!
ACEP also has two awards available for medical students. SAEM has awards available for students and EMIGs.
Each year, 21 students from across the country are
selected to serve on EMRA's Medical Student Council.
This is a phenomenal opportunity to become more involved in the field of Emergency Medicine, network with students and faculty from coast to coast, and develop resources to assist fellow students navigate medical school and the residency application process.
Each position also includes funding to attend the
SAEM Annual Meeting and ACEP Scientific Assembly
Applications due February 15th each year.
Get involved! Student participation is encouraged.
Students, find a resident mentor
in a certain geographic area, with similar life experiences, that has the same areas of EM special interests as you.
Well maybe we can’t make that perfect of a match. But we’ll try. Apply today to get started.
Great for Military, Osteopathic, International Students, too!
Join today at www.emra.org!