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Residency Research

Research training is an important component of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Johns Hopkins. All residents learn basic research skills so they can critically evaluate the results of published studies and use this knowledge to inform their clinical practice. Residents become familiar with a variety of research designs, statistical concepts, data analysis techniques and manuscript writing styles through a journal club, resident and faculty research presentations, a dedicated research rotation and completion of a scholarly project during their residency training.

The department has a well-developed infrastructure for research activities and fully supports residents’ research initiatives, including with financial support for conference travel.

See Residents' Research Publications

The Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine Residency Program
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Baltimore, MD 21287
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