The faculty of the George Washington University Emergency Medicine Residency Program believes that providing a broad range of academic opportunities creates a truly rich residency experience.
The department is divided into 13 interest sections that best demonstrate the broad range of expertise of our faculty. Sections currently include the following. (hyperlink the list below to those sections)
- Medical Education
- ED Administration and Management
- Emergency Ultrasound
- Innovative Practice / Telemedicine
- Critical Care
- Health Policy and Health Equity
- Family Medicine
- EMS and Disaster Medicine
- International Emergency Medicine
- Clinical Research
- Injury Epidemiology and Toxicology
- Geriatric Emergency Medicine
Each of these areas has a faculty member designated as Section Chief who is responsible for developing their Section’s academic agenda who would have primary responsibility for mentoring residents who wish to become involved with and more knowledgeable in the Section’s topic areas. The active projects of each Section are being continuously updated on the Section’s web pages.
Many of these sections have fellowships
Many residents have taken advantage of the programs described here as part of their senior mini-fellowship program as well to enhance future career development
Many residents have taken advantage of the programs described here as part of their senior mini-fellowship program as well to enhance future career development.