Recent literature suggests that some Emergency Medicine residency applicants list citations in an inconsistent fashion. (1,2) To protect you from misrepresenting your publications, the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) and the Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) recommend using the following definitions and guidelines when listing bibliographic citations for your Emergency Medicine residency program.
Please list references in chronological order and indicate abstracts by "abstract" in parenthesis. The majority of citations should be listed in one of the following categories:
At your residency interview, please be prepared to present the following:
I have verified that all citations on my curriculum vitae and residency application are correct.