Needed: a commitment to basic training in emergency medicine teaching.

@article{Frank2005NeededAC,
  title={Needed: a commitment to basic training in emergency medicine teaching.},
  author={Jason R. Frank},
  journal={CJEM},
  year={2005},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={
          328-9
        }
}
Ask a room full of dedicated emergency physicians why they chose Emergency Medicine (EM) as a career, and many will mention a great EM role model or teacher. As a young, dynamic specialty, EM needs more great educators to inspire future generations. Not only do effective teachers motivate others to choose their specialty; they better stimulate learning in trainees. All physicians can benefit from the lessons that emergency physicians teach best, from dealing with emergent and undifferentiated… CONTINUE READING

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