Danish Raj Kumar*

Emergency medicine is a career that necessitates strong leadership abilities. Emergency physicians must be able to create trust in both staff and patients, inspire the best in others, have the energy to take on a large number of obligations, and remain calm in the face of adversity. As a result, residency programme directors scrutinise applicants for leadership traits and potential. Although some people are born with the ability to lead, leadership may also be learnt. In this post, we give medical students the skills they need to develop such qualities and, as a result, become more appealing to programme directors. Chairpersons at academic emergency departments, the composition of editorial boards, and emergency medicine publications have all been cited as having gender discrepancies. The goal of this study was to identify the gender distribution of emergency medical society chairpersons and board members around the world. Oncologic emergency medicine resident training is scarce, and major deficiencies have been observed. Despite the fact that 90% of emergency medicine residency programme directors recognise the value of oncologic emergency training, there is no unified oncologic emergency curriculum. Objective To equip EM residents to recognise and handle the most prevalent oncologic emergencies, we suggest a targeted oncologic EM curriculum as a supplement to existing EM didactics curriculums. Given that the majority of dentofacial trauma patients present to emergency departments, the emergency medicine staff's awareness and knowledge of dentofacial injury therapy is critical to the prognosis. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought attention to the ongoing racial injustice epidemic.  

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