What is EMBRS?
Are you interested in increasing and improving research in emergency medicine?
As a national emergency medicine organization, we understand the importance of increasing and improving research in our specialty. EMBRS does this by encouraging and mentoring young researchers, fostering and supporting research projects that contribute to improvements in patient care, and by developing and increasing the number of emergency medicine researchers.
The EMBRS workshop is specifically designed to help you hone and improve your research skills or program. This is a great course for young faculty, those interested in improving their skills as a researcher, and physicians who are involved in research as part of their duties. Participants are also eligible to receive an EMF/EMBRS grant based on their research grant application.
Session I - October 17-22, 2022
Session II - April 13-15, 2023
What you'll learn
EMBRS is a 9-day, 2-session program. The first session is held in the fall/winter and the second session is held in the spring. You must complete the Fall/Winter session before attending the Spring session. This program provides a broad overview of the basics of research from idea to IRB approval to final presentation and publication. Participants will learn how to identify clinical research opportunities and become familiar with clinical research and outcomes, injury prevention, health care delivery and effectiveness research. Also, the course includes an introduction to statistics and statistical software and sessions on publishing and presenting your research.
- Design Basics for Clinical Research
- Research Methods
- Research Design
- IRB and Informed Consent: The Process
- Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Research
- Presenting Research
- Presentation of Research Project Proposals with Critiques from the Experts
- Finding Funding Sources
- Grant Writing