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Session Title Beyond Chief Resident: How to Develop a Resident's Skillset for a Career in Residency Education Mindful Mentorship: A View From the Trenches The Path to Enlightenment: How to be Successful as a Clinician Educator Developing, Executing and Publishing a High-impact Resident or Student Quality Improvement Project Cognitive Debiasing: Strategies for Teachers NIH Funding Beyond the K and R01 Translating Quality Work Into Academic Productivity When “Fake It ‘til You Make It” Won’t Go Away: Impostor Phenomenon in Emergency Medicine Tap Into the Power of TAPSE: The New Frontier in Point of Care Echo Diagnosis and Prognostication of Pulmonary Embolism Knowledge Translation: Bridging the Gap Between Evidence-based Research and Clinical Practice Teaching Combat Casualty Care: Battlefield Medicine, Leadership, and Communications Lessons for Your Learners A Behavioral Emergencies Curriculum A Simulation-based Curriculum for Continuous Professional Development of Emergency Medicine Physicians in a Multi-center Practice Group Traditional Learning vs. FOAMed in Emergency Medicine Resident Education: A Panel Discussion Managing the Unexpected: Mass Casualty Incidents in the Orlando Emergency Department From the Resident Perspective Saving the Dying Brain: Emergency Medicine State-of-the-art Strategies for Advanced Stroke Reperfusion Therapy Educational Scholarship:'A Roadmap to Get Started How do you compare: Results of the 2017 AAAEM Academic Emergency Medicine Operations and Salary Benchmark Survey Tap into the Network: NIH Institutional Training Programs (T32 and K12) Simulation in Emergency Medical Services (EMS): A New Frontier Blazing a New Trail for Telesimulation in Medical Education Tech Tools: Leverage Technology for Academic Productivity The Orlando Mass Casualty Incident Experience: From Prehospital to Emergency Department Management to Incident Command Not Another Boring Lecture! Using Interactive Teaching Techniques to Engage Learners Fundamentals of Educational Research - Part 1, Exempt Yourself Wilderness Medicine Education in Medical School and Residency Curriculum A Big Step Towards Research Independence: NIH Career Development Awards Accepting Risk and the Myth of Zero Fundamentals of Educational Research - Part 2, Validate Yourself Gender and Disparities-based Global Health Research, Education, and Advocacy Pain Management in the Older Emergency Department Patient: How to Help, How Not to Harm Emergency Essentials for Transgender Patient Care SAEM National Grand Rounds: Part 1 The AAMC Standardized Video Interview: From Research Study to Operational Pilot GEMA Didactic Series: Managing Mass Casualty Events in Resource-limited Settings EQUiPPED: Enhancing Quality of Prescribing Practices for older patients in the Emergency Department (ED) Women: Another Underrepresented Minority Group in Emergency Medicine? Ethical Challenges in Emergency Department Pain Management in the Opioid Crisis SAEM National Grand Rounds: Part 2 GEMA Didactic Series: Emergency Department Design in Resource-limited Settings Palliative Care in Emergency Medicine: Breaking Down the Barriers To Err is Human: Apologizing in the Emergency Department Delivering Culturally Competent Care: The Deaf Patient Caring for Emergencies in an Aging America: Choosing Wisely in Geriatric Emergency Medicine What Now?! How to Successfully Thrive at Mid-career and Beyond Lessons for Success from the Academic Chairs' Perspective Conflicts About Conflicts of Interest The Top Global Emergency Medicine Articles From 2016 Emergency Department Pain Management Opportunities Current Stroke Trial Outcomes That Could Change Emergency Medicine Practice The Nuts and Bolts of Conducting Critical Care Research in the Emergency Department Lung Ultrasound: Beyond the Basics and B-lines The Relationship Between Low Dose Radiation From CT Scans and Cancer: What Is the Real Risk? Going for the Gold: Tips for Moving From Early Career Investigator to the R01 Controversies in Emergency Ultrasound: The Debate Rages On Opioid Prescribing for Acute Pain: Appropriate Pain Management or the Start of Something Bad? Setting Up Your Own Shop: Strategies for Transitioning to an Independent Research Program Raising the Bar in Health Care Simulation Research Getting Emergency Medicine Out of the Confines of the Department: Telemedicine and Non-traditional On-demand Care Missing Data in Emergency Medicine Research: Filling in the Blanks Ultrasound Evaluation of the Acute Scrotum: The Nuts and Bolts Old, not Neutered: A Sex and Gender-Based Approach to the Geriatric Patient in the ED Rotating Research Curriculum: Unlocking the Keys to Well-designed Randomized Control Trials To Bend But Not Break: The Effect of Stress in Simulation Training So Now What? Climbing the Academic Ladder in Global Emergency Medicine Obtaining an Academic Emergency Medicine Position: A Department Chair's Perspective Drugs and Devices: Navigating the Federal Regulatory Environment Developing the Right Question for Medical Education Research Upping Your Critical Care Game in the Emergency Department: Debates From the Recent Literature Secrets of Diagnostic Imaging for Education, Research, and Publication Pearls and Pitfalls in Interpreting and Designing a Diagnostic Accuracy Study Pediatric Point of Care Ultrasound: Best Practices and Controversies Academic Leadership 101: Keys to Success in Academics That They Didn’t Teach You in Medical School or Residency Effective Letters of Support: Writing to People Who Read Between the Lines Medical Educational Research: How to Get Your Education Scholarship Published Taking a Fresh Look: A Panel Examines Emergency Department Benchmarking Data for New Insights What You Need on Social Needs: The 10 Key Social Emergency Medicine Papers of 2016 Making Emergency Medicine 'Sex'-y: Tools to Liven Up Your Sex- and Gender-based Medicine Knowledge and Curriculum Building Leadership Skills: Consider a Positive Angle Bringing State-of-the-art, Real-time Location Systems (RTLS) to the Education Department: Lessons Learned Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs) in the Emergency Department Which Medical Education Fellowship Is Right for You? Applying Systems Engineering to Improve Emergency Department Patient Experience Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Institutional Review Board (IRB) Submission De Novo Development of PA/NP Residencies in Emergency Medicine: Lessons We Learned Along the Way Good, Better, Best: Approaches to the Resident Scholarly Activity Requirement Implementing a Philanthropic Fund-Raising Program to Support Emergency Medicine Qualitative Methods: Beyond the Interview and Focus Group Improve Your Teaching by Debunking Education Myths Climate Change and Human Health: An Educational Imperative for the Future of Emergency Medicine What’s New in Behavioral Emergencies After Doximity: When Students Choose Emergency Medicine and Where they Go Event Medicine: An Evolving Academic Discipline for Emergency Medicine Metacognition: The Key to Teaching Excellence One Topic, 3 Ways Let’s Teach Our Residents About the "Soft Skills" That Will Save Them and Their Patients Clinical Event Debriefing (CED): Why Your Emergency Department Needs a CED Program and How to Implement It Mass Gathering Medicine: Current Practices and Challenges Critical Approaches to Wilderness Medicine Research: Involving Students, Residents, and Fellows in High Quality Research Weathering the Storm: How to Survive a Change in Departmental Leadership Dissemination and Translation of Research Results for Lay Audiences and Policy Makers Emergency Medicine Administrative Fellowships: “Why and How?” Receiving Feedback: Put Yourself In the Driver's Seat Channel Your Inner EQ: Emotional Intelligence for Today’s Scholar, Educator & Leader Career Pathways for Clinician Educators What the Heck Is a Wellness Curriculum?