What is the EMIGs Toolkit Project?
The ISAEM EMIGs Toolkit Project is meant to provide you with some ideas and resources on how to form and develop your own emergency medicine interest group (EMIG), as well as tips and suggestions passed on other established groups.
What are the goals of the EMIGs Toolkit Project?
Our goal is to give international students the opportunity to share their work on how to develop an emergency medicine interest group (EMIG) and to crowd source workshop ideas or any other EM student-centered activity, and compile them into a really nice toolkit e-book that is open access.
How does the EMIGs Toolkit Project work?
Initially, we will collect experiences from all over the world and we will regularly publish in our website as well as social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. We are looking for step-by step instructions on how to run workshops (both theoretical and practical activities) for students interested in EM. Authorship credit will be given for any activities published.
We need your help!
Any student interested in helping us to share ideas applicable for EMIGs, please fill out this Google Form.
If you have any ideas that you would like to share, please email our project director Marissa Lu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The International Student Association of Emergency Medicine (ISAEM)