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Putting Research Into Action

Putting Research Into Action JOUR3421 R52: Writing for Public Relations The State of Emergency Health Care Emergency medicine is a complex and costly industry. Navigating the web of legislation, policies, and procedures requires armies of well-trained administrators, physicians, and lawyers. Physician behavior, malpractice litigation, and patient behavior all contribute to the extraordinary costs of emergency medicine. Becoming an emergency medicine physician isn’t easy. It takes four years for a bachelor’s degree (the current average is five), then four years of medical school, and then years of ongoing training after that. Once one becomes an emergency physician, it doesn’t get much
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