GEMLR 202 Application
Apply now to become a reviewer on the Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review for the 2020-2021 season. The application deadline has been extended to August 15th, 2020.
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Full Name and Degrees
Hospital, University, or Organizational Affiliation
If you are a resident (or registrar), please write your year in residency:
How many years of Global Emergency Medicine experience do you have? (This includes both time abroad and time at home in which you have been engaged in the development of EM or EM training programs, humanitarian or disaster relief, NGO or military work, research or training in resource-limited settings, etc.)
Country where you live
Home/Mobile Phone Number
List all languages in which you would feel comfortable reviewing articles (all reviewers are expected to be able to review English language articles):
What excites you about working on GEMLR? (<150 words)
Please select from the following list the areas in which you have experience and/or expertise
Disaster and Humanitarian Response
EM System Development
Social Media/Freely Accessible Medical Education
Please write a brief summary (<150 words) and short critique (<150 words) of the following journal article (available free online via Pubmed): Akech SO, Hassall O, Pamba A, et al. Survival and haematological recovery of children with severe malaria transfused in accordance to WHO guidelines in Kilifi, Kenya. Malar J 2008; 7:256. In your critique, focus both on the methodological strengths and weaknesses of the article as well as its relevance to the field of Global Emergency Medicine.
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