The theme for the 2018 Academic Assembly is IDEAS - Innovation, Development, Education and AcademicS. Registration is open! Visit the Academic Assembly website to register or for more information on Sessions and Events.
To access the eOral Software please complete and submit the Payment Form and CORD eOral Software Agreement with your payment. Completed forms can be submitted to the CORD Business Office, by email, fax or mail. Questions? Please read the CORD Residency LOA FAQs, most questions are answered here. For additional questions please contact the CORD office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The candidate and examiner apps have now been updated and will work with the latest updates for iOS and OS from Apple.
The 2017 National Emergency Medicine CPC Smei-Finals, co-sponsored by ACEP, CORD and EMRA, will be held at the 2018 Academic Assembly in San Antonio, TX on April 22 & 23, 2018. The schedule for the semi-final competition will be released approximately one week before the competition. For more information on the competition or to view a timeline please visit the CPC area of our website.
The 2017-2018 SLOE update has been released! There are now three versions of the SLOE available for authors. The eSLOE is for authors who are faculty of an emergency medicine residency program and there are two versions of the alternate SLOE for authors who do not have an established emergency medicine residency program at their institution and authors from a subspecialty rotation.Click here to access the SLOE templates.
Authors: Patrick Grace MD, PGY-1, Linda Katirji MD, PGY-3, Sameer Desai MD, Program Director at the University of Kentucky and Adam Kellogg MD, Associate Program Director at UMMS-Baystate, on Behalf of the CORD EM Student Advising Task Force (SATF) This post will provide students applying to emergency medicine and those who advise them with up-to-date […]
Amy Ondeyka, MD, Inspira Health Network Loice Swisher, MD, Drexel University College of Medicine Submitted on Behalf of the Mental Health Task Force of the Resilience Committee What would you do if a faculty member came to you with concerning behavior changes in a resident who seemed overly stressed or depressed? What if that resident […]
Author: Linda Katirji MD, PGY-3 at the University of Kentucky on behalf of the CORD Student Advising Task Force (SATF) EM Stud Podcast was created byDr. Nate Lewis (@ERDrN8) and Dr. Scott Wieters (@EMedCoach) and has become the official podcast for students of the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM). These are short (think, 15-30 […]
Author: Jamie Shandro, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, EM Clerkship Co-Director, and director of EM student advising, University of Washington School of Medicine. An EM-bound student advocate. Early interview season is stressful for all parties. It may feel similar to an awkwardly organized online dating service where only one side gets to ask the […]
Authors: Kelly Williamson, MD (Advocate Christ Medical Center) and Joshua Gentges, DO (Oklahoma University School of Community Medicine) Resident remediation can be a frustrating and difficult experience for faculty and residents alike. Luckily for CORD members there is a group of experienced and talented physicians on the Remediation Task Force that are available to help you […]