Erica Flores Uribe MD MPH has been recognized for developing an evidence-based language services program to decrease health disparities and improve medical outcomes.
Carrie Jurkiewicz has been recognized for her work with ACEP’s Wilderness Medicine Society in the development of a Wilderness Medical Adventure Race to be held at the ACEP Scientific Assembly this October.
Erica Tabakin, MD has been recognized for her quality improvement project focused on provider communication behavior and the patient experience.
Whether she's documenting her journey in the field of medicine on her blog or exploring her passions outside of medicine, this future PA is all about staying true to her roots and appreciating the beautiful things that life has to offer.
Erica Wigdor is an Internal Medicine Resident and a true emblem of leadership and poise for those pursuing a career in medicine.
Whether she's working hard, blogging about medicine, or expressing her creative side, allopathic medical student Aleah Chang stands out as a true leader to her peers and a compassionate caregiver for her patients.
D.O. Day on the Hill is an annual event that the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) puts together for osteopathic medical students, physicians, and other healthcare advocates.
Angharad Spencer, MBChB, MRCEM, DRCOG, DTM&H, has been recognized for the development, implementation and study of two training programs for pre-hospital emergency responders in Malawi.
Medelita and FemInEM are delighted to announce the winners of this first annual contest to celebrate and recognize the amazing efforts of women in emergency medicine.
Kelly Quinley has been recognized for her development of an emergency physician training program focused on the management and counseling of patients presenting with first trimester miscarriage, including the use of manual uterine aspiration.