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The Education Section is a dedicated team focused on training residents as clinically superior leaders and scholars who will advance Emergency Medicine practice in a diverse and inclusive environment. We are passionate about teaching medical students and other learners to evaluate and manage patients seeking care for emergency medical complaints. We strive to enhance the art and science of resident and student evaluation and feedback to optimize their development in our challenging environment.
The Yale New Haven Emergency Medicine Residency Program offers exceptional training preparing academically-oriented leaders in emergency medicine.

The Department of Emergency Medicine offers fellowships in multiple programs. All require the applicant to be board prepared/certified EM physicians and offer an appointment as a Clinical Instructor to the faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. 

Medical Student Education

The Yale Emergency Medicine Clerkship is a three-week rotation focusing on the diagnosis and stabilization of emergency conditions. Student participate in weekly simulation, clinical reasoning conference, and residency didactics. Our faculty has been recognized for outstanding teaching on multiple occasions, including Dr. Leigh Evans, Director of Medical Simulation, who received the Bohmfalk Prize for clinical teaching, and Dr. Karen Jubanyik who received the Francis Gilmore Blake award for outstanding teaching in the clinical sciences.