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Building a country’s emergency medicine acute care system need no longer be a shot in the dark. Over 65 countries around the world have developed a functional EM system, and consistent patterns and challenges of development have emerged, providing a clear pathway to any country now that wants to build an EM system. Here’s how to start.
Positive effort by United Nations to curb non-communicable diseases falls short of setting targets and fails to address global emergency medicine development issues.
Obtaining full EM specialty training in another country offers the works, from qualified supervision to system exposure to interaction with senior faculty and mentors.
Last January, emergency medicine icon Raed Arafat resigned from his post in the Romanian Ministry of Health, sparking unprecedented public protests in defense of Romania’s emergency care system.
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