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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
EMERGENCY MEDICINE

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MED EM 501 P-Emergency Medicine Preceptorship (1, max. 12)
Provides opportunities for first- and second-year medical students to gain experience working in an emergency setting. Students shadow faculty in emergency medicine during their shifts. Includes learning about common conditions seen in the emergency department and the opportunity to work on history taking and physical exam skills. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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MED EM 550 P-Introduction to Emergency Medicine (1)
Presentation of common medical and surgical emergencies and their urgent management, especially within the framework of rapid patient assessment and stabilization. Lecture topics include chest pain and myocardial infarction, basic arrhythmia management, and burn and wound care. Credit/no-credit only.
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MED EM 605 P-Emergency Medicine - UWMC (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 606 P-Emergency Medicine - HMC (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 607 P-Emergency Medicine - Madigan (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 608 P-Emergency Medicine - Swedish Cherry Hill (8)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PBSCI; PEDS; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 617 P-Emergency Medicine - Olympia (8)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 624 P-Emergency Medicine - Shelton (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 625 P-Emergency Medicine - Spokane (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 626 P-Emergency Medicine - Spokane Deaconess (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 645 P-Emergency Medicine - Boise, St. Lukes (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 646 P-Emergency Medicine - Boise, Saint Alphonsus (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 657 P-Emergency Medicine - Fairbanks (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 658 P-Emergency Medicine - Anchorage (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 668 P-Emergency Medicine - Casper (*, max. 16)
Clerkship emphasizes the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: MED; OB/GYN; PEDS; PBSCI; and SURG required clerkships.
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MED EM 680 P-Emergency Medicine Subinternship - Madigan (8)
Elective clerkship emphasizing the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: All 3rd year required clerkships + required 4th year EM clerkship for UW students only; permission of department.
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MED EM 681 P-Emergency Medicine Subinternship - HMC (*, max. 16)
Elective clerkship emphasizing the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: All 3rd year required clerkships + required 4th year EM clerkship for UW students only; permission of department.
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MED EM 682 P-Emergency Medicine Subinternship - UWMC (*, max. 16)
Elective clerkship emphasizing the management of ambulatory emergencies, severely injured, and critically ill patients. Prerequisite: All 3rd year required clerkships + required 4th year EM clerkship for UW students only; permission of department.
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MED EM 697 P-Emergency Medicine Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By specific arrangement, for qualified students, special clerkship, externship, or research opportunities at times made available at institutions other than University of Washington. Faculty advise students of opportunities. Students obtain from Dean's office a special assignment form at least one month before preregistration. (Two, four, six, or twelve weeks). Prerequisite: required EM clerkship; permission of instructor at away site and department. Offered: AWSpS.
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MED EM 699 P-WWAMI Emergency Medicine Special Elective (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions other than the University of Washington, within the WWAMI region. Prerequisite: permission of department and away site.
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