About EMED 3000 A

Introduction to research in emergency medicine with clinical exposure including shadowing EMTs, RNs, PAs, and MDs in the emergency department as well as EMS, laboratory skills, and informed consent and screening workshops. We will schedule lab times after registration is complete. Expect to have one, 4 hour lab per week.


First Year Students need instructor override approval; Minimum sophomore standing and instructor permission; Open to Degree and PACE students; For overrides, please email Roz King and Lila Johnson at Roz.King@uvmhealth.org and Lila.Johnson@uvmhealth.org

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