MS4/Sub-Internship  | MS2/3 Clerkship  |  Ultrasound Elective


Student clerkships in Yale EM are designed to be a hands-on experience where students will immerse themselves in the workings of the ED.




The educational mission of the Department of Emergency Medicine is to educate future leaders and scholars who will advance the practice of emergency medicine at all levels, from local to international.


The outstanding teaching during the Yale EM clerkships is evidenced by the many teaching awards bestowed on our faculty by the students of the Yale School of Medicine.


Two of our faculty recently won Charles W. Bohmfalk Prizes for clinical teaching: Dr. Rachel Liu in 2015 (Director of Medical Student Ultrasound Education) and Dr. Leigh Evans in 2008 (Director of EM Simulation).


Dr. Karen Jubanyik (Director of Yale EM Medical Student Education) received the 2009 Francis Gilmore Blake award, awarded by the graduating class to the most outstanding teacher of the clinical sciences, as well as Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award in 2016 .


Dr. Christopher Moore (Chief, Section of Emergency Ultrasound) won the Alvan R. Feinstein Award for outstanding teaching of clinical skills in 2016.


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