Research Article| Volume 10, ISSUE 2, P209-219, March 1992

Objectives to direct the training of emergency medicine residents on off-service rotations: Administration

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      Administrative knowledge and skills are essential for the emergency physician. This is the 12th article in a continuing series of “off-service” goals and objectives. It outlines a mechanism for conveying important points of Emergency Medicine Administration to the EM III resident. The article includes materials describing the Administrative Content, Goals and Objectives, Key Contact System, and Contents of the EM Administrative briefcase. This information should assist faculty charged with the development or revision of the Administrative literature review and experiential block rotation in an emergency medicine residency.


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