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SAEM OnDemand 2015

SAEM OnDemand 2015

Track: Didactic Presentations

To view presentations within this track, please click on a session link below.

Session Title
Developing the Evidence Base for Medicine in 2020: Focus on Virtual Care
The Science of Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) in Emergency Care
Promotions at a Crossroads -- do we need to change to recognize generational differences?
Your Opportunity for Development: How to Create The Philanthropic Means Vital to Your Institution's Academic Mission.
FOAM On The Spot: Integration of Online Resources Into Real-Time Education and Patient Care
Restructuring the ED-ICU Interface to improve critical care management
Bench to Bedside to 60 Minutes – the importance of considering biological sex in basic science research and clinical emergency medicine
Overcrowding in European emergency departments: challenges and solutions
The National Institutes of Health: What is the NIH role in scientific development and why should Emergency Medicine care?
NIH Career Development Awards to R01 Funding, and Beyond: Creating and maintaining NIH research funding
Emergency Informatics Research: Interesting, Approachable Projects for Residents or the Career Scientist
From Clicks and Complaints to a Curriculum: Integrating an Essential Informatics Education
Emergency Care of the Muslim Patient: An Educational Opportunity to Develop Cultural Competency and Diversity Awareness
The Missing Piece: Incorporating Key Sex and Gender Content into Your Emergency Medicine Curriculum.
ED Operations Research: An Agenda for Impactful Research to Support Quality Patient Care Delivery
2015 Controversies in Emergency Ultrasound: The Debate Rages On!
Early Care of Patients with Septic Shock: The Current Data, the Implcations, and the Future Research
Studying the Un-Studyable: Techniques for Hidden Populations and Stigmatized Behaviors
Clinical Trial Registration: Essential Knowledge for Investigators, Peer Reviewers, and Clinicians
Data Viz: How Visual Analytics Can Help You and Your Audience Make Sense of Complex Health Data
I Taught but They Didn't Learn
Crossfire: Controversies in Pallative Care
Crossfire: Controversies in Cardiac Care
Crossfire: Controversies in Toxicologic Emergency Medicine
Keep Calm and Carry Naloxone: The Public Health Implications of Antidotal Therapy for Opioid Poisoning
Leadership Blind Spots: Revealing and Overcoming Hidden Weaknesses
The Teacher in Distress: identifying and remediating clinical teaching concerns
Teaching Procedural Skills; It's Not See One, Do One, Teach One Anymore!
How to Effectively Supervise and Teach Residents: Entrustment and Autonomy
Not Another Boring Lecture: Interactive Methods to Engage Your Learners!
Finding the Best Tour Guide to Your Research Success: Mentoring in Emergency Medicine
Top ten digital tools to enhance ultrasound education
The Future of Health Surveillance and Research Using Big Data Analytics
Game-changers in Coagulopathy of Trauma? TEG and PROPPR Trial
Using the past to predict the future: research using chart reviews and quality improvement projects
Introduction to Statistics
Writing the Abstract and Manuscript that will be Accepted
Kids Are Not Just Little Adults – Point-of-care Ultrasound In The Management of Common Pediatric Complaints
Discussion on Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Education: Moving Towards a Consensus
Fight or Flight: Must Emergency Physicians Respond to Global Epidemics?
Human Trafficking and Social Emergency Medicine: Leading the Research and Education Agendas for Improving the Health and Clinical Care of this Vulnerable Population in U.S. Emergency Departments
Utilizing Medicare Data in Emergency Medicine Research
Development of a Collaborative, Multi-institutional, City-wide, Simulation-based Assessment for Emergency Medicine Milestones
Out of the SIM lab and into the emergency department: 10 tips to conduct in-situ simulation for emergency physicians
Faculty Simulation: Is Your Department Ready?
The Hidden Curriculum of Pain Management
Interpreting the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Inside the Study Section: What Sinks Great Grant Proposals
Acute Heart Failure Care - What do Patients Want? The AHA and Researcher's Perspective
The NHLBI Research Training K12 Program in Emergency Medicine: Program Directors and Scholars Speak!
Benchmarking Academic Departments of Emergency Medicine: Results of the 2015 Annual Emergency Medicine Benchmark Survey
Handling Psychiatric Patients in the Emergency Department: What is the State of the Art
Caring for Physicians After Medical Errors and Unanticipated Outcomes - Supporting Second Victims
Cognitive Apprenticeship: A Roadmap to Improve Clinical Teaching
Root Cause Analysis – How to teach residents with a mock case
Current State of Simulation-based Research
In-situ simulation at Joint Trauma Conference: How you can create an innovative, comprehensive, and collaborative Joint Trauma Conference with Emergency Medicine and General Surgery team based in-situ simulations.
Retirement – The Next Frontier
Hot Topics in Trauma Resuscitation
The Mile High Club: The Effects of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado
Moving the EM Learner from Reporter to Educator
The Observation Unit is your Lab: Considerations for Research
Price Transparency in Emergency Care: Current Research and Future Opportunities
Current Controversies in Post-Cardiac Arrest Care
Throwing the Gauntlet: Best Practices for Supporting Women in Emergency Medicine
National Pediatric Readiness Project: Ensuring Readiness of Your ED to Care for Kids
Developing new approaches to bedside teaching and expanding emergency medicine residency curricula to address pain management in the midst of an opioid epidemic
Teaching the Sexual Assault Forensic Evaluation: Challenges and Solutions
The Dreaded “V” Word – Making sense of validity in medical education
Quality Measures Update 2015: What are the measures and where are they going.
Geriatric Emergency Departments: Evolution and Evaluating Efficacy
Academic Emergency Department Design and Operations: Balancing Design, Flow and Education
Emergency Department Discharges: Using the evidence to address a significant patient safety issue
Clinical Informatics: A New Subspecialty Available to Emergency Physicians
Osler Would’ve Done an Ultrasound Fellowship
Diagnosing and Treating the Difficult Learner: A Three-Step Approach
Double Vulnerable: Adolescents, Geriatrics and People of Color who are also LGBT. Introduction to and Module from the new ADIEM LGBT Residency Curriculum.
Putting an End to ‘Brutane’: Updating the Research Agenda in Pediatric Analgesia, Anxiolysis and Sedation
Screening for indolent infections in the ED - HIV, HCV, and beyond – state of the art or a fools errand.
Traumatic Brain Injury: From Physiology to Forefront
Going there/Coming home: Preparing for Global EM Experiences
Addressing the Immediate Need for Emergency Physicians in Low-Resource Settings: Lessons from a Six-Month Curriculum in Rural Haiti
Physician, Academic…Entrepreneur?
Feedback – The Bigger Picture?
Emergency Research Strike Teams: A better, safer, and faster approach to disaster research
The Wilderness Road – A Path for Development and Advancement of Your Academic Emergency Medicine Career Through Limited Resource Medicine
AACC/SAEM Joint Symposium on Cardiac Biomarkers
Updates in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Crossfire: FOAMed
Academics in Emergency Medicine: We're Part of the Problem
The Current state of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Education for Emergency Medicine Residents
Legendary Leadership – Lessons from Four of the Founders of Emergency Medicine
The Great Chest Pain Debate
Leading Preparedness: Ebola, Emerging Infectious Diseases and Emergency Medicine
Clear the Hurdles and Achieve Success in Academic Emergency Medicine: A Perspective from the Chairs
Industry-Academic Partnerships: The Industry Perspective
"So there's a new sheriff in town: What should you expect when a leadership change occurs in your Department."
Current Controversies and the Future of Telestroke
Conducting EM Research using Social Media Tools: Applications for Disease Surveillance and Community Engagement
Public Perceptions of Exception from Informed Consent
An evidence-based approach to the use of Emergency Department Observation Units
Crowd Funding in Emergency Medicine: Understanding the role Funding Alternatives for the Next Generation of Medical Research
Aging physicians: Strategies to promote career longevity in EM