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ALiEM hosts multiple virtual incubators to promote the mentorship and development of chief residents, fellows, and faculty.

21 06, 2016

Top 10 Secrets to Success as an Emergency Medicine Resident

2016-11-11T19:47:05+00:00

Peak-sunset-SuccessResident---canstockphoto9891708So you are about to start your first year as an Emergency Medicine (EM) resident in a few short weeks. Or perhaps you are entering a new, more senior resident role in your department. You are probably unsure of what to expect, a bit anxious, but definitely excited to start. As part of a multi-institutional initiative launched by the ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator, chief residents from across the country pooled together what they wanted residents to know to become an amazing resident. After compiling the responses, we came up with these “Top 10 Secrets to Success as a EM Resident”.

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9 06, 2016

Top 5 FOAM Radiology Resources: ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator Recommendations

2019-02-19T18:45:13+00:00

figure_xray_5391There is no shortage of free open access medical education (FOAM) resources available to the current emergency medicine (EM) learner. It seems that no matter what the concept, FOAM has it covered. And radiology is no different. However, with a specialty as vast as radiology, finding educational material pertinent to the emergency practitioner can be overwhelming. The 2016-2017 ALiEM Chief Resident (CRincubator) class also encountered this when attempting to create an organized FOAM radiology curriculum for EM residents. To tackle this challenge, the chief residents have brought together the best online resources to help EM practitioners gain expertise in the field of radiology.

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8 06, 2016

5 Tips for Battling Academic Writer’s Block: Insights from the ALiEM Faculty Incubator

2017-10-13T15:03:30+00:00

writers block canstockphoto20177873Academic writing is a core competency for any faculty member. As much as we hate to all admit it, professional advancement (and dissemination of your hard work) still heavily relies on academic publications – in a variety of formats original research, review papers, case reports, simulation cases, blog, and website writing. It is important to prioritize writing just as consistently as you do staying up-to-date with all the latest practice-changing evidence as a habit early in your health professions education career.

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25 04, 2016

Top 10 Educational Initiatives from the Chief Resident Incubator

2017-10-13T15:03:09+00:00

Chief Resident Incubator, known colloquially as the CRincubator, which for the first time brought together in one virtual space chief residents from EM programs coast to coast. The inaugural class used this opportunity to meet with mentors in EM, discuss difficult situations of being chief residents, and collaborate on projects in areas of education, wellness/public health, leadership and administration. As the academic year comes to an end we want to highlight the top 10 projects that were accomplished by chiefs involved in the CRincubator.

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21 03, 2016

2016-17 ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator Launch: Top 5 Reasons to Join

2016-12-16T13:11:04+00:00

Every year, without exception, a new set of chiefs will be chosen to replace the current group. They are always excited for the position, but hardly prepared for what’s to come. Last year, for the first time ever, over 200 Emergency Medicine Chief Residents were brought together and provided with opportunities to network, receive mentorship, and produce scholarship.

We are incredibly excited about its success and thrilled to launch the 2016-2017 ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator, which is again sponsored generously by an unrestricted educational grant by EBSCO Health/DynaMed Plus. If you are a Chief Resident, here are the top 5 reasons why you should join the Incubator.

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3 03, 2016

Congratulations to the Inaugural Faculty Incubator Class of Educator-Scholars

2016-12-20T12:02:08+00:00

We are very excited to officially announce the inaugural 2016-17 ALiEM Faculty Incubator Class of Educator-Scholars! We received applications from across the country and internationally with broad ranges of background and experiences. We narrowed it down to the top 30 applicants, who we know are budding leaders in the field.

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19 02, 2016

ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator Must Read EM Journal Articles – 2016 Edition

must read em journal articlesIn November 2013, the blog post 52 Articles in 52 weeks: Landmark EM Articles for EM interns was published on the ALiEM site. Over the subsequent years, many ground-breaking and practice-changing articles have been published. As part of a multi-institutional initiative launched by the ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator (“The Crincubator”), 9 chief residents from across the country pooled together lists of journal articles thought to be most important for the broad spectrum of EM learners. Additional input was obtained from FOAM leaders across the country including Dr. Ryan Radecki and Dr. Jeffrey Kline. These lists can be used by individuals for further learning or by residency programs for journal clubs.

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