MEMC VI Abstracts| Volume 41, ISSUE 2, P207, August 2011

Interest and Attitudes about Volunteerism in Emergency Medicine

      New trends in residency curriculums have motivated medical residents to volunteer their services. Most of the articles discuss the benefits of volunteer experiences on the individual and the community. In a recent survey, the American College of Surgeons found great interest in surgically related volunteerism. Yet very little has been published on volunteerism in emergency medicine (EM). Our goal was to investigate the participation, interest and attitudes about volunteerism in EM residencies and their residents.
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