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Emergency Medicine is a young field that's constantly reinventing itself clinically as well as educationally. Through the internet, Emergency Medicine is becoming a leader in medical education, but currently there is no centralized platform to organize all of the resources available. We hope to fill this vacuum.
iClickEM is designed to continuously evolve to be what the EM community deems important. Users post resources that they find helpful, and then other users vote for the resources they like. The more votes a resource gets, the more visible it becomes on the site. The EM community discovers and votes on the best of what's available on the web. If you want a resource on ultrasound, simply type “ultrasound” into the search bar and a ranked list of peer-reviewed ultrasound resources come up. The more people that use the site the more valuable it becomes, so please contribute and make the site yours by sharing your thoughts with others.
About Matt and Tim
We met on the interview trail applying for emergency medicine residencies, and over drinks and pizza we admitted to one another that there was no better program for us than BIDMC/HAEMR, and now we study at that same program. Drawn together by a shared belief that all things can always be better, we are trying our hardest to make them better -- while also trying to be residents.
I have a God complex. Professionally, I want to be so good that when no one else knows what to do for a sick patient, everyone feels relieved that I’ve walked into the room. I want to be the go-to guy. My thoughts on Tim: a rare man who can think wild yet still remained focused. I’ve also never seen him, Clark Kent, and Superman all in the same room at once.
My goal in learning anything, is to teach it. I will define myself as a successful physician if I am a solid enough clinician to be able to teach what I’ve learned to students, peers, and patients.
Currently, I sit on the SAEM education board and am resident adviser to the Harvard Medical School Emergency Medicine Interest Group. I host a family of medical education blogs, including Teach, MD and Modern, EM. I'm engaged in medical education research with the Department of EM at NYU SoM/Bellevue I have written an MCAT book on Verbal Reasoning that I'm slowly converting into video format.
A word about Matt Wong: I’ve never met someone so different from me that I have liked so much. He keeps me grounded, and I encourage him that solid ground is boring.