Emergency Medicine (EMR_ME)

EMR_ME 6034: SCC Emergency Medicine Selective

This selective is designed to offer an introductory experience in Emergency Medicine, including all levels of acuity and pre-hospital emergency care. The student will work 15-16 (~140 hours) rotating shifts in the Emergency Department. During that time, the student will have free access to all patient care activities. The student will assist with patient evaluations and procedures under the close supervision of the Emergency attending physicians, residents, or physician assistants. Specific time will be devoted to learning basic skills needed in emergency medicine. An orientation skills lab will be provided early in the rotation to cover suturing, splinting, etc. Teaching will be primarily a one-on-one exchange with the residents and PA's/Attendings. There are night shifts in this rotation.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school. Successful completion of 5 of the 7 core clerkships. Three of the 5 must be the Surgery Clerkship, Internal Medicine Clerkship, and either the Pediatrics or Family Medicine Clerkship


EMR_ME 6245: ABS Emergency Medicine Research and Review

ABS Emergency Medicine Research and Review

Credit Hour: 5-10


EMR_ME 6461: Emergency Medicine-Ultrasound

The purpose of this rotation is to provide M4 students the opportunity to understand the indications for and the physics behind Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) in the Emergency Department (ED). Additionally students will develop the mechanical skills necessary to obtain adequate images through real-time bedside image acquisition, as well as learn how to interpret the images and apply them to patients clinically. POCUS applications that will be of particular focus include some or all of the following: FAST, Early pregnancy, Abdominal aorta, Focused cardiac, Biliary, Renal/bladder, DVT evaluation, Lung, Soft tissue/musculoskeletal, Procedures.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Emergency Medicine course 6860 (or equivalent) and faculty approval prior to enrollment


EMR_ME 6760: Emergency Medicine - Rural

Emergency Medicine - Rural

Credit Hours: 5


EMR_ME 6860: EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Emergency Medicine

Credit Hours: 5


EMR_ME 6919: Introduction to Emergency Medicine

This elective is designed to offer an introductory experience in Emergency Medicine, including all levels of acuity and pre-hospital emergency care.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school


EMR_ME 6920: Introduction to Pediatric Emergency Medicine

This elective is designed to offer an introductory experience in Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) including all levels of acuity and pre-hospital emergency care.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: successful completion of the first two years of medical school


EMR_ME 6943: SCC Emergency Medicine 2-week

This elective is designed to offer an introductory experience in Emergency Medicine, including all levels of acuity and pre-hospital emergency care. The student will work rotating shifts of 10 hours each in the Emergency Department at Cox South or Mercy Hospital. During that time, the student will have access to all patient care activities. The student will assist with patient evaluations and select procedures under the close supervision of the Emergency Medicine attending physician. Specific time will be devoted to learning basic skills needed in Emergency Medicine. Teaching will be primarily a one-on-one exchange with the attending physicians.

Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the first two years of medical school