Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Emergency Medicine Subinternship
The Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine have put together a reading curriculum that captures the most common conditions that a subintern would encounter during their emergency medicine subinternship. It is highly recommended to review these during your rotation to help build your knowledge base in EM.
EM Basic is a great resource to hear podcasts of basic "approach to (symptom/complaint)" lectures as well as some core content. If you have a commute or need something to listen to at the gym or while running errands, this is a great way to fill that time.
One of our faculty members Manpreet Singh works on this website which gives you great management pearls on everything EM-related.
A pediatric EM-based podcast made by our very own Tim Horeczko! If you're interested honing your critical pediatric management, a great resource to go to.
WikEM is a great point-of-care reference when on a shift -- it was also developed at Harbor! Download it to your phone (we have WiFi in the ED!) and use it to look up important information before presenting your patient. A "must-have" app in the emergency department.
There are many other resources out there -- our specialty has an outstanding online presence with Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM / FOAMed). If you found any resources to be very helpful during your rotation, please let us know and we can add it to the website!
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About Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center was established in 1978 and has devoted itself to providing high-quality emergency medical care to the residents of the South Bay area of Los Angeles.