SAEM22



SAEM22 Annual Meeting Pricing Deadlines:

Early Bird: March 14, 2022
Regular: May 1, 2022
Late/Onsite: May 13, 2022


When
5/10/2022 8:00 AM - 5/13/2022 6:00 PM
Where
Sheraton New Orleans 500 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70130 UNITED STATES

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Program

   

Tuesday, 10 May 2022

 

SAEM Consensus Conference—Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Developing a Research Agenda for Addressing Racism in Emergency Medicine

The 2022 SAEM Consensus Conference aims to develop a prioritized research agenda that identifies gaps in the current literature which need to be explored to better understand and address how structural racism impacts emergency care. The conference will focus on three pillars, incorporating social determinants of health into each: 1) education (UME, GME, CME), 2) leadership (recruitment, mentorship, sponsorship), and 3) research.

Category
Other Events
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

This forum is designed for all levels of aspiring leaders who are interested in improving their leadership skills. The session will provide exposure to core leadership topics with an emphasis on experiential learning and practical application. Presenters are recognized experts with extensive leadership experience. The agenda includes segments on emotional intelligence and its impact on leadership style, strategies for successful leadership, increasing visibility, and managing conflict.
Category
Forums
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

SAEM Grant Writing Workshop (Research Committee Sponsored)

In response to the call by the National Institutes of Health to increase the quality and number of grants submitted by emergency medicine researchers, the SAEM Research Committee has made continuous improvements to the Grant Writing Workshop. This session is based on webinars/didactics paired with small group sessions. This allows participants to obtain feedback on and make improvements to their draft grant proposals. This interactive workshop is tailored to researchers at all levels of practice and training. By the end of this session, attendees will be prepared to translate their nascent ideas into mature, successful grants.

Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

World Health Organization Basic Emergency Care Course Using a Training of the Trainers Model (GEMA Sponsored)

In response to the need for emergency care education in low and middle income countries (LMICs), the World Health Organization (WHO) Basic Emergency Care (BEC) course using a training of the trainers (TOT) model was developed by the WHO in conjunction with the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC). Participants will learn how to teach this course to front line health care providers in LMICs through case scenarios within small groups, lectures, skills stations with hands-on practice, and interactive large group discussions. This course is cosponsored by the SAEM Global Emergency Medicine Academy (GEMA).

Category
Advanced EM Workshop
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

The Junior Faculty Development Forum is designed to enable junior faculty to engage with senior leaders in the field; develop strategies for promotion, productivity, and academic advancement; and become the next generation of academic emergency medicine faculty leaders. The forum is intended for fellows and early-career faculty who have recently secured faculty positions within academic emergency departments. The forum will feature focused didactic presentations from leaders in emergency medicine administration, education, and research.
Category
Forums
Time
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM

Bringing the Outside In: How to Incorporate Wilderness and Resource-Limited Medicine Into Your Curriculum (Wilderness Medicine Interest Group Sponsored)

This workshop teaches the fundamentals of resource-limited medicine and practical ways to implement a wilderness medicine (WM) curriculum. Sharpen your decision-making skills based on history and physical exam using intuition (as opposed to technology), improvised medical care, and incorporating environmental factors on topics less commonly seen in the emergency department (e.g., lightning, toxic plants, and altitude illness). Rotating small groups will teach hands-on skills and instructional techniques. Participants will then design activities to take back to their institutions.

Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

Clerkship Directors Boot Camp (CDEM Sponsored)

There are many skills required of emergency medicine clerkship directors, including developing a curriculum that covers learning objectives; training residents and faculty to reliably assess students; and providing career advice for home and visiting students. Clerkship directors are also beholden to many masters: the medical school, the department, and students as learners and advisees. In addition, clerkship directors are often responsible for maintaining and documenting compliance with accreditation standards, especially during Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) visits. This workshop will address vital skills for running a successful clerkship and navigating common pitfalls.

Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Clinical Teaching Educational Boot Camp: Be the Best Teacher

Excellence in clinical teaching is critical for emergency medicine faculty, yet many faculty have not had formal teaching training. This workshop is designed as a medical educator boot camp for clinical teaching and will cover specific clinical teaching techniques. Through facilitated discussions, application, and practice, educators will learn the fundamentals of teaching.

Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

First, Reduce Harm: Compassionate and Evidence-Based Emergency Department Management of Substance Use Disorder

This workshop will include brief didactics, panel discussions, and small group breakouts. It is divided in two broad but related topic areas: 1) presenters will discuss harm reduction for subtance use disorder (SUD) program implementation and explore how distributing Naloxone is only the first step in harm reduction for SUD (focus will be on implementing a quality improvement framework, prioritizing health equity, addressing stigma reduction, and measuring improvement); and 2) presenters will discuss the creation and implementation of a harm reduction curriculum for emergency residents in a teach-the-teacher model.

Category
Advanced EM Workshop
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Simulation Hacks: Innovations and Advances in Do It Yourself Simulation Model Building (Simulation Academy Sponsored)

Virtually no department/residency has an unlimited simulation budget. Due to the high costs of commercial simulations, replacement tissue and supplies, simulators must improvise and develop do-it-yourself models for various clinical procedures; this is especially true for high-acuity low occurrence procedures. This workshop specifically teaches how to build models, explains where to look for specific replacement hacks, and discusses strategies for converting innovations into scholarship and research.

Category