Research in Emergency Medicine in Canada
Research opportunities for students studying Emergency Medicine.
| University Programs in Canada | Emergency Medicine |
Emergency Medicine Research Areas and Disciplines
While emergency medicine is primarily a hands-on clinical application, pure research is also possible. Case studies are built upon patient admissions, and studies of the outcomes of various treatment options can result in new methodologies and procedures. Research can range from independent programs managed solely within the emergency medicine department to those involving regional, national and international collaborations with other hospitals and research centers.
Research into airway management (eg. asthma), various brain injuries, injury epidemiology, toxicology (eg. aspirin, alcohol poisoning), resuscitation methods, and types of patient surveillance are underway at medical schools in Canada. Non-clinical research includes educational research (eg. medical simulation, trainee selection and teaching, faculty development and interdisciplinary education), and hospital policy.
Study and Work in Emergency Medicine in Canada
Study Emergency Medicine in Canada
What is Emergency Medicine? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Emergency Medicine degrees.
Graduate Emergency Medicine Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Emergency Medicine.
What Emergency Medicine Students Learn
Topics, subjects and concepts that are covered and overall approach or focus taken for studying Emergency Medicine.
Career and Employment Opportunities in Emergency Medicine
Professions, occupations and careers available to graduates in Emergency Medicine and links to relevant employment resources.