Research directions in emergency medicine: 21-22 January 1995

R. V. Aghababian, W. G. Barsan, W. H. Bickell, M. H. Biros, C. G. Brown, C. B. Cairns, M. L. Callaham, D. L. Carden, W. H. Cordell, R. C. Dart, S. C. Dronen, H. G. Garrison, L. R. Goldfrank, J. R. Hedges, G. D. Kelen, A. L. Kellermann, L. M. Lewis, R. J. Lewis, L. J. Ling

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The goal of emergency medicine is to improve health while preventing and treating disease and illness in patients seeking emergency medical care. Improvements in emergency medical care and the delivery of this care can be achieved through credible and meaningful research efforts. Improved delivery of emergency medical care through research requires careful planning and the wise use of limited resources. To achieve this goal, emergency medicine must provide appropriate training of young investigators and attract support for their work. Promotion of multidisciplinary research teams will help the specialty fulfill its goals. The result will be the improvement of emergency medical care, which will benefit not only the patients emergency physicians serve but also, ultimately, the nation's health.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)267-270
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Emergency Medicine
Issue number2
StatePublished - 1996


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