Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
Who We Are
The WVU Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG) is a school-approved organization comprised of medical students who are interested in exploring emergency medicine as a future specialty.
- To disseminate information about the field of emergency medicine.
- To foster interest and enthusiasm within the EMIG
- To assist medical students who wish to apply to an emergency medicine residency.
- To hold monthly educational meetings which may consist of lectures or hands-on workshops that teach skills such as airway management, suturing, splinting and EKG interpretation.
- To educate medical students about elective rotations available in emergency medicine.
Want to know more?
Contact any of our officers for information on joining the EMIG. However, you do not have to be a member to attend meetings.
Seth Capehart - email@example.com
Sean Snyder - firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha Yousaf - email@example.com
Tyler Harper - firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer / Event Coordinator
- Madison Eichstadt - email@example.com
- Christopher Kiefer, MD - firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Links of Interest:
- WVU Department of Emergency Medicine
- Emergency MedicineResidents' Association (EMRA)
- National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMP)
- American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
- Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)
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