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Issue Information Vol. 3 No. 4 October 2019 ISSN 2472-5390 AEM Education and Training A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY CARE Elevating the human condition during times of emergency ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS Resident Supervision and Patient Care: A Comparative Time Study in a Community-Academic Versus a Community Emergency Department Ernest E. Wang, Yue Yin, Itai Gurvich et al. 308 Does the Emergency Medicine In-training Examination Accurately Refl ect Residents’ Clinical Experiences? Jason J. Bischof, Geremiha Emerson, Jennifer Mitzman et al. 317 Feedback With Performance Metric Scorecards Improves Resident Satisfaction but Does Not Impact Clinical Performance Mira Mamtani, Frances S. Shofer, Alexander Sackeim et al. 323 Navigating Cognitive Dissonance: A Qualitative Content Analysis Exploring Medical Students’ Experiences of Moral Distress in the Emergency Department Caitlin Schrepel, Joshua Jauregui, Alisha Brown et al. 331 Contents continued inside A AET2_v3_i4_front.indd 1 ET2_v3_i4_front.indd 1 1 14-Oct-19 10:57:51 AM 4-Oct-19 10:57:51 AM AEM Education and Training Contents, continued Volume 3 · Number 4 · October 2019 · https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/24725390 A Retrospective Cohort Study of the Effect of Home Institution on Emergency Medicine Standardized Letters of Evaluation Megan Boysen-Osborn, Jessica Andrusaitis, Clelia Clark et al. 340 Use of the “Step-back” Method for Education Research Consultation at the National Level: A http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AEM Education And Training Wiley

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AEM Education And Training , Volume 3 (4) – Oct 1, 2019

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Vol. 3 No. 4 October 2019 ISSN 2472-5390 AEM Education and Training A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY CARE Elevating the human condition during times of emergency ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS Resident Supervision and Patient Care: A Comparative Time Study in a Community-Academic Versus a Community Emergency Department Ernest E. Wang, Yue Yin, Itai Gurvich et al. 308 Does the Emergency Medicine In-training Examination Accurately Refl ect Residents’ Clinical Experiences? Jason J. Bischof, Geremiha Emerson, Jennifer Mitzman et al. 317 Feedback With Performance Metric Scorecards Improves Resident Satisfaction but Does Not Impact Clinical Performance Mira Mamtani, Frances S. Shofer, Alexander Sackeim et al. 323 Navigating Cognitive Dissonance: A Qualitative Content Analysis Exploring Medical Students’ Experiences of Moral Distress in the Emergency Department Caitlin Schrepel, Joshua Jauregui, Alisha Brown et al. 331 Contents continued inside A AET2_v3_i4_front.indd 1 ET2_v3_i4_front.indd 1 1 14-Oct-19 10:57:51 AM 4-Oct-19 10:57:51 AM AEM Education and Training Contents, continued Volume 3 · Number 4 · October 2019 · https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/24725390 A Retrospective Cohort Study of the Effect of Home Institution on Emergency Medicine Standardized Letters of Evaluation Megan Boysen-Osborn, Jessica Andrusaitis, Clelia Clark et al. 340 Use of the “Step-back” Method for Education Research Consultation at the National Level: A

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