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CanadiEM Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Call for Applications!

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Are you a medical education expert looking to take your career to the next level? Are you passionate about open educational resources and want to make a difference in the Free Open-Access Medical Education (FOAMed) community? If so, we have the opportunity for you! Apply to be CanadiEM’s next Deputy Editor-in-Chief. The application deadline is May 31, 2023. is one of the leading Free Open-Access Medical Education (FOAMed) websites in the world …

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Applications Open! CanadiEM Digital Scholar Fellowship 2023 -2024

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We’re now accepting applications for 2023-2024. Fellowships are 6-18 months long withflexible start time and pace. Applications are accepted throughout the year. The deadline is May 1, 2023 for a start date of July 1, 2023. A Message From the Fellowship DirectorThe DSF has been instrumental in launching the careers of some of the best medical educators in Canada. Flexible and malleable, it allows senior residents and health professionals who are keen to …

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Call for Junior Editors, Class of 2022-23!

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We are pleased to announce that CanadiEM is now accepting applications for our Junior Editor program! If you are interested in learning more about Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) or becoming part of our virtual community of practice,​​​1​ this program is for you. The application deadline is October 31, 2022. We are currently looking for applications for our blogs, infographics, newsletter, and social media teams. What are Junior Editors? The role of …

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The Climate Crisis and Emergency Medicine: Part 1 of 2

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This two-part series will address the bidirectional relationship between EM and climate change. Part 1 will explore heat waves, atmospheric pollution, and natural disasters as illustrative examples of the impact of climate change on the ED. Beyond these examples, climate change also impacts other health issues such as water quality, infectious disease and food security (Figure 1).​1,2​ Part 2 will discuss the reciprocal impacts of emergency medicine practice on climate change, as well …