EMMD 7521

Emergency Medicine Research


Alejandra Melgarejo-Diaz
Course Coordinator

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    Catalog Description: This course provides an introduction to Emergency Medicine Research. Students will initiate or participate in a research project under the direct supervision of Emergency Medicine clinician-researchers. Didactic research conferences will also be available. Students are encouraged to call the Course Director prior to registration to check the list of current and upcoming Emergency Medicine Research projects.

    Sites: UMN - students will be assigned a site depending on their research project

    Required session attendance:

    Typical weekly schedule/Delivery Mode: Shifts vary depending on the project

    Direct patient care: No

    Consent Requirement: Arranged. Email Course Director (cc: Course Coordinator) for details and approval to schedule.

    Course Objectives: By the end of this rotation, students will be able to:

    • describe the steps in the development of a research question pertinent to emergency medicine.
    • begin a feasibility assessment of a proposed emergency medicine research project.
    • explain the rationale, hypothesis, methods, data analysis, and limitations of the study he or she has been actively involved in.

    Graded Components:

    • Assessment of the student by the attending

    Grading Scale: P/N


    Allow repetition of course: Repetition allowed up to 2 times

    Limited to Student Type: No

    Course equivalency: N/A

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