SURG 220 - Emergency Medicine Research II

Experienced EMRAP students obtain informed consent from human subjects in the Emergency Department and assist in training SURG 200 and 201 students as Chief Research Associates.

3 creditsSURG Image for EMRAP Course 220
Offered Fall and Spring
Pre-requisites: SURG 200, SURG 201, & instructor permission

  • Complete shifts in the emergency department consenting human subjects into a variety of clinical research studies
  • Fulfill leadership responsibilities as Chief Research Associate
  • Assist with research laboratory duties including blood processing
  • Become an EMRAP teaching assistant (TA)

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