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Emergency Clinical Scribe (EHS 2108) class still has spots available!

EHS 2108: Emergency Medicine Clinical Scribe (CRN# 82516) – FALL 2014 Scribes commonly are employed in emergency departments or busy physician offices to provide real-time supportive services by documenting clinical patient encounters as they occur through direct data entry into the electronic medical record. The role of the scribe is focused on, but not limited […]

Get Real-Life Experience in the ER through a Clinical Research Class!

Work in the Emergency Department at GW Hospital and earn academic credit! EHS 2107, Theory and Practice of Research in a Clinical Setting, is now enrolling for Spring 2014. Class meets every other Wednesday 8am-10am and throughout the course you will do weekly shifts in the ED actually enrolling patients in clinical studies and trials. […]

EMT Training for Academic Credit!

Did you know you can get your EMT certification at GW and earn academic credit at the same time? Be sure to consider EHS 1040 (lecture) and 1041 (lab) as you plan your spring semester. Through the course you will learn hands-on emergency medicine skills and you will get to do shifts in the Emergency […]

Real Life in the E.R.!

Work in the Emergency Department at GW Hospital. Gain valuable experience enrolling patients in clinical studies and trials. Register for EHS 2107: Theory and Practice of Research in a Clinical Setting. The deadline to register is this Friday, August 23rd. Please see the attached FAQs for more information.

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