Website: Emergency Board Review

The emergency board in-training exam is a standardized exam that takes place every year in most if not all of the EM residency programs in the United States. It is administered on the last Wednesday in February. The exam is administered by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). The knowledge assessed by this exam is what’s expected from residents in their third year of residency. According to ABEM there is a strong correlation between the in-training score and passing of the boards.


By |2018-01-30T02:01:52-08:00Jan 26, 2013|Medical Education, Social Media & Tech|

I joined Twitter. Now what? (Tutorial video #1 – iPhone)

There has been a recent groundswell of interest and support for using Twitter purely for medical education. After getting several requests to get a quick tutorial of how I use it, I thought I would do a quick, on-the-fly video in my hotel room of how I use it on my iPhone (Echofon app) and on my laptop (Hootsuite). This is the first video on using the iPhone for Twitter.


By |2019-01-28T22:11:38-08:00Nov 8, 2012|Social Media & Tech|
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