Presenters: David Wald, DO (email@example.com) and Nicholas Kman, MD (Nicholas.firstname.lastname@example.org)
In the traditional fourth year of medical school, students choose electives and sub-internships based on perceived knowledge gaps, specialty choice, personal interest or ease of schedule. Some students approach the fourth year with the “pre-residency syndrome”, where they select courses relating to their future field. In this typical medical school curriculum, there is very little opportunity to pursue fully integrated, in-depth learning. This session will explore opportunities for advanced learning in Emergency Medicine after the EM Clerkship.