Madison1979 Posted February 12, 2012 Share Posted February 12, 2012 I am graduating in May 2012 and am looking for a position in emergency medicine as a new graduate. I have an elective 4 week rotation to choose and I am not allowed to repeat emergency medicine as it was a "core" elective. Pediatric emergency medicine may be an option, but I am being told to strongly consider other specialties to "get a well-rounded clinical education." I have already done a cardiology elective and will be doing an infectious disease rotation next month. My last rotation before I graduate is my undecided elective. I would like to get some feedback from others as to which would be a good elective to choose in order to: (1) gain some valuable skills that will translate to EM, and (2) stand out to potential employers as valuable experience in a new grad. I wish I would be able to do another plain ole EM rotation, but my clinical coordinator and program director have come down as not possible. Thanks for the feedback. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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