Robert L. Rogers, M.D., FACEP, FAAEM, FACP

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine and director of the Medical Education Fellowship at the The University of Maryland School of Medicine

Friendship, Motivation, and Altruism @ SMACCGold

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I just attended the SMACC Gold conference in the Gold Coast, Australia, and I have to tell you it was the best conference I have ever been to. I have been to a lot of medical conferences over the years, some good, some average, and some not so great. SMACC Gold is by far the […]

UMEMLive Brings You Live FOAMed!

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FOAMed has become an essential part of our lives in emergency medicine and critical care education and has revolutionized the way we learn, teach, and assimilate information. There are lots of great things out there in the FOAMed world, and we at the University of Maryland would like to take it to the next level. […]

Teaching Procedures-the Moayedi Way

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Teaching medical procedures is one of the most rewarding aspects of medical education. Physicians-in-training place a high value on mastering clinical procedures and often link their confidence to their procedural skills. It is important to provide an opportunity for the student to prepare to learn a new procedure. This phase of learning should occur in […]

How to Make Journal Club Work

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As part of a drive to create asynchronous learning resources for the SMACC Education Workshop, Chris Nickson talked to Simon Carley to find out ‘How to make Journal Club work”. It also ties in nicely with the SMACC EBM Workshop that Simon is running. They cover the objectives, structure and setting, the people involved, content […]

What’s Wrong With Education?

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In this episode of the iTeachEM podcast Rob discusses what’s wrong with education and some thoughts on how we can start to fix the system. From the education of our children to the training of residents and registrars in emergency medicine/critical care, we have lost control of the system and we need to gain control […]