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Emergency Medicine Specialty Divisions

The academic divisions in the Department of Emergency Medicine support the department’s mission and provide outstanding training experiences for fellows, residents and medical students. Experienced academic faculty members lead divisions in the following areas: emergency ultrasound, out-of-hospital care (EMS), medical simulation, medical toxicology. pediatric emergency medicine, and research. 
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Emergency Ultrasound

Physicians specializing in emergency ultrasound use beside ultrasound to diagnose and manage disease more efficiently.
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Out-of-Hospital Care (EMS)

When health care must be taken to the patient due to time-sensitive injury or illness, out-of-hospital care (EMS) specialists are critical.
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Dr. Malia Moore engages with a resident during a simulation procedure.

Medical Simulation 

The Division of Medical Simulation provides high-quality and effective simulation education to all levels of learners at IU School of Medicine.
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Medical Toxicology

Medical toxicology specialists focus on the prevention and treatment of acute and chronic poisoning.
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Pediatric Emergency Medicine

IU School of Medicine is home to the country's only specialty team that offers both residency and fellowship training programs for pediatric emergency medicine.
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Researchers in the Department of Emergency Medicine are pre-eminent international leaders in the study and advancement of emergency care. 
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