SAEM24


The SAEM Annual Meeting offers something for everyone; from seasoned faculty to medical students just starting their careers. Featuring cutting-edge research from the best minds in academic EM, expert educational content from world-class faculty, workshops that strengthen knowledge and skills in specific topic areas, energetic experiential learning competitions, and expansive networking events and career development opportunities to take your career to the next level.

The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine is delighted to host AEMP24 within the framework of the SAEM annual meeting. The Academic Emergency Medicine Pharmacists (AEMP) Conference is an annual and multidisciplinary event dedicated to celebrating advancements in the research and practice of emergency medicine pharmacotherapy.

AEMP24 Conference, taking place concurrently with the SAEM Annual Meeting, is designed by practicing emergency medicine pharmacists & healthcare professionals. The program boasts a lineup of speakers from diverse disciplines and specialties, offering insights into the latest developments in resuscitation, emergency medicine pharmacotherapy, and addressing administrative challenges unique to the emergency department. We invite you to join us for the most inspiring, energizing, and educational event in the field of emergency medicine pharmacotherapy.

Early Bird Registration Deadline: March 12, 2024
Regular Registration Deadline: May 1, 2024
Late Registration: After May 1, 2024

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When
5/14/2024 - 5/18/2024
Where
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown 340 North 3rd St Phoenix, AZ 85004 UNITED STATES

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Program

   

Tuesday, 14 May 2024

Description
Be the Best Teacher: Clinical Teaching Educational Bootcamp

Excellence in clinical teaching is crucial for emergency medicine faculty; however, many faculty members lack formal teaching training. This specialized boot camp will explore specific clinical teaching techniques through engaging discussions, hands-on applications, and practice sessions. This intensive workshop will equip educators with the strong foundation, fundamental methods, and essential skills for impactful teaching in emergency medicine.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Grant Writing Workshop: Comprehensive Training for Emergency Medicine Researchers (Sponsored by the Research Committee)

Designed to educate and mentor researchers at every stage of their careers, this workshop will focus on cultivating the necessary skills for effective grant writing. Through interactive didactics and small group sessions, attendees will explore successful strategies to elevate the quality and quantity of grant submissions in emergency medicine. Strongly recommended pre-reading and homework assignments will ensure a maximized learning experience, allowing participants to receive real-time feedback during the workshop. By the session's end, attendees will be well-equipped to transform their nascent ideas into successful grant proposals, driving advancement in emergency medicine and enhancing patient care outcomes.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
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 career changes, innovation, strategies for successful leadership, increasing visibility, and managing conflict.
Category
Forums
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

SAEM24 Consensus Conference: Creating a Diverse and Sustainable Emergency Medicine Investigator Pathway

The purpose of this consensus conference is to develop a comprehensive program (toolkit) aimed at creating a sustainable and diverse pipeline of federally-funded clinician-scientists in the specialty of emergency medicine. The scope of the plan will include strategies and tactics that specifically focus on undergraduates, medical students, residents, fellows, early career faculty and mid-career faculty. It is anticipated that implementation of the plan will enable our specialty to meet or exceed our 2030 strategic goals for emergency medicine research.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

World Health Organization Basic Emergency Care Training of the Trainers Course (Sponsored by GEMA)

In partnership with the International Committee for the Red Cross, the World Health Organization presents the Basic Emergency Care Training of the Trainers (WHO BEC TOT) course. Developed to address the urgent need for emergency care education in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), this program equips facilitators to train frontline health care providers managing acute life-threatening conditions in resource-constrained settings. Participants will engage in case-based learning, small group discussions, lectures, and hands-on skills stations, enhancing their ability to educate healthcare professionals in LMICs.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM

Clerkship Director Bootcamp: Best Practices and Expert Insights (Sponsored by CDEM)

Emergency medicine clerkship management involves many elements: training residents and faculty, providing valuable feedback, completing end-of-shift assessments, and advising students on away rotations and applications. Clerkship directors are beholden to medical schools, departments, and students as both learners and advisees. Among the multifaceted responsibilities of clerkship directors is ensuring adherence to accreditation standards, especially during LCME evaluations. This workshop will dissect the many aspects and intricacies of running a successful clerkship and offer practical guidance on navigating potential pitfalls.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Breaking Bias: Cultivating Inclusive Learning Environments in MedEd (Sponsored by ADIEM and AWAEM)

This enlightening workshop will delve into the often-neglected realms of equity and inclusion in medical education. While recruitment efforts focus on diversity, this workshop emphasizes the importance of fostering an inclusive culture clinically and in the classroom. Discover how bias manifests in feedback, evaluation, SLOEs, and opportunity gaps, hindering true diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Gain practical strategies to mitigate bias and cultivate a supportive learning environment. Gain actionable insights and techniques to become an effective upstander ally.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Figuring Out the Fiberscope: A Practical Training Session for Emergency Physicians (Sponsored by the Airway Interest Group)

Whether dealing with a challenging airway, exploring foreign bodies in the posterior oropharynx, assessing glottic swelling, or conducting an awake intubation, the flexible endoscope is a vital addition to the emergency physician airway toolkit. In this hands-on workshop, a team of airway experts from diverse backgrounds will guide participants through didactic instruction and practical exercises. Participants will have the opportunity to perform multiple intubations, accompanied by real patient recordings and reviews of awake intubations. Coordinated with leading airway device manufacturers, this session ensures you understand not only the range of devices available but also the universal techniques necessary to manage difficult airways safely and successfully.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

From ChatGPT to the ED: Leveraging the Potential of Large Language Models in EM

Using a combination of theory, hands-on exercises, and discussion, this workshop will explore the potential, challenges, and impact of integrating Large Language Models (LLMs) into the daily operations of emergency medicine. Participants will discover how LLMs can revolutionize processes from EHR integration to administrative tasks and self-directed education without the need for programming skills or advanced mathematical knowledge.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Networking Best Practices That Empower Women in Academic EM (Sponsored by AWAEM and ADIEM)

Despite a decades-long increase in the number of women entering the medical field, the rise of female leaders, especially those from underrepresented in medicine (URiM) backgrounds, has not been proportionate. Join us to explore effective networking strategies, a vital catalyst for women's professional advancement in academic EM. We'll focus on the essential skills of networking and efficiency, addressing the specific challenges that women encounter and providing tailored solutions. Discover how to build a diverse network within academic EM and master efficiency practices essential for sustaining women in leadership roles.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Bringing the Outside In: Integrating Wilderness and Resource-Limited Medicine into Your Practice and Curriculum (Sponsored by the Wilderness Medicine Interest Group)

This workshop will focus on teaching the fundamentals of resource-limited medicine and offer practical strategies for integrating wilderness medicine (WM) into your curriculum and practice. You’ll sharpen your skills by learning to rely on wilderness medicine techniques, which emphasize decision-making rooted in thorough patient history and physical examinations, guided by intuition rather than overreliance on technology. This workshop will also cover the art of improvised medical care and delve into environmental factors related to conditions seldom encountered in the emergency department, such as lightning strikes, exposure to toxic plants, and altitude illness. Participants will engage in interactive, hands-on learning within rotating small groups, focusing on essential skills and techniques. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to craft customized activities designed to be implemented in their respective institutions, ensuring practical application of the acquired knowledge.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Present Like a Pro: Crafting Compelling and Captivating Talks

The success of academic physician’s careers often hinges on their ability to teach, speak, and present their work. This workshop will elevate participants' skills, sophistication, and confidence in presenting and public speaking. Powerful and well-designed presentations are pivotal in effectively conveying your message. Conversely, inadequately designed or poorly delivered talks can undermine your credibility and influence. This highly interactive workshop offers a comprehensive approach to refining your presentation and public speaking abilities. It includes a step-by-step plan applicable to any future audience or presentation. Topics covered include understanding your audience, crafting your message, honing communication skills, mastering slide design from beginner to advanced levels, developing executive presence, overcoming nervousness, and ensuring high-quality delivery. Join us and transform your presentation style into one that captivates and inspires.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Simulation Workshop in Facilitation and Teaching: Empower Learners With Effective Debriefing and Feedback (Sponsored by the Simulation Academy and Education Committee)

Simulation, team-based learning, flipped classroom — active learning is here to stay! The widespread adoption of active learning in medical education requires facilitation skills to engage students in thinking, discussing, reflecting, questioning, and most importantly, learning. This Simulation Workshop in Facilitation and Teaching (SWIFT) will equip participants with essential facilitation skills for active learning in medical education. Workshop participants will blend best practices in simulation debriefing and student-centered learning to acquire facilitation techniques to motivate student growth. Our interactive, immersive modules will cover debriefing, psychological safety, communication skills, and coaching.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Stepping Up Your Procedure Game: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks and Arthrocentesis Workshop (Sponsored by AEUS and Sports Medicine Interest Group)

Utilizing ultrasound guidance for procedures is a critical skill for bedside clinicians that increases patient safety, procedural confidence and opens new possibilities for contemporary pain management.

In light of the opioid epidemic, a multi-modal approach to controlling pain is ideal with the use of non-opioid medications and ultrasound-guided nerve blocks. In addition to controlling pain, blocks can help with procedures, ranging from laceration repairs, abscess drainage to chest tube placement.

Septic arthritis is a time-critical, joint-threatening disease requiring rapid joint effusion identification and aspiration.  This workshop will teach ultrasound-guided arthrocentesis and joint injections of the major upper and lower extremity joints.

This 2x2 hour course covers procedural setup, advanced needle guidance, relevant anatomy, and practical tips & tricks for ultrasound-guided nerve blocks (2hrs) and arthrocentesis (2hrs). The workshop will be taught by national experts with a strong emphasis on hands-on practice using live models and task trainers.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Wellness Tools That Drive Change and Promote a Healthier Work Environment

In this workshop, we will address the multifaceted challenge of physician burnout with a nuanced perspective. Acknowledging the inadequacy of one-size-fits-all solutions, our multifaceted approach will focus on enhancing existing resilience while providing practical tools that allow attendees to make changes at all levels. Divided into three parts, the workshop will begin by exploring the latest data on stress and equipping attendees with the skills to teach these new concepts to leaners. Part two will focus on reprioritizing professional goals and tasks, emphasizing the importance of work-life balance and achievable objectives. Finally, in part three, participants will gain valuable insights into implementing sustainable systems changes within their workplaces.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Elevate Your Scholarly Pursuits: A Medical Education Research Bootcamp

Education scholarship is crucial for faculty advancement and the investigation and dissemination of novel educational practices. The ability to craft well-designed study questions, rooted in apt conceptual frameworks, and achieve outcomes that balance feasibility, significance, and relevance, is key to a well-designed medical education research project. This workshop will engage participants in all aspects of medical education research, from concept to publication.
Category
Advanced EM Workshops
Time
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

EM researchers will learn practical considerations for:
  • making their studies inclusive of older adults
  • planning how to include patients with cognitive, hearing, and visual impairments
  • recruiting and retaining into studies patients/caregivers from minoritized racial/ethnic groups
  • creating grant budgets that take into account research subjects with diverse primary languages and abilities
  • learning about NIH Diversity Supplement mechanism
Sponsored by the Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine, Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine, Geriatric ED Collaborative, John A. Hartford Foundation
Category
Other Events
Time
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
6:00 PM

Wednesday, 15 May 2024

Description
Category
Other Events
Time
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
7:00 AM

The popular AWAEM/ADIEM Luncheon, sponsored by SAEM’s Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine and Academy for Diversity & Inclusion in Emergency Medicine, is an excellent opportunity to network with old friends and new, explore joint issues, and learn about the hottest topics in emergency departments.
Category
Other Events
Time
11:30 AM - 12:50 PM
11:30 AM

Speed Mentoring resident and medical student mentees will be matched into small groups of 5-10 attendings who share their interests for quick-fire, 10-minute mentoring sessions. Participants will have an opportunity to start new mentoring relationships with mentors from around the country as well as socialize with fellow residents and medical students.
Category
Other Events
Time
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
3:30 PM

A chance to get to know others interested in Geriatric EM over dinner and drinks.
Category
Other Events
Time
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 PM

Thursday, 16 May 2024

Description
Category
Other Events
Time
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
7:00 AM

SAEM's Chief Resident Forum is the preeminent training ground for aspiring chief residents to grow and refine skills necessary to successfully lead their residency programs and set the foundation for a career in academic emergency medicine. The forum brings future chief residents from across the nation to network and share best-practices in leading residency programs. EM educational leaders will share their experience in engaging, practical sessions that prepare future chief residents for the challenges inherent to the role while mindfully developing their leadership skills.
Category
Forums
Time
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
8:00 AM

This day-long symposium will outline the specialty of emergency medicine (EM) and navigating the match process for applicants. During the day, leaders in EM will discuss strategies for applying for a residency position. Speakers will discuss clerkships, away rotations, personal statements, interviews, and the match process. Students meet with EM program and clerkship directors during the day to learn more about individual programs.
Category
Forums
Time
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
8:00 AM

Speed Mentoring for Medical Educators offers faculty an opportunity to engage in short discussions with mentors who have expertise and significant experience in medical education. Participants will have an opportunity to sample potential mentoring relationships and identify a medical education mentor whose experience and personality aligns with their professional interests, desired career trajectory, and personality traits.
Category
Other Events
Time
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
11:00 AM

Please join ADIEM's LGBTQIA+ Committee for our Annual LGBTQIA+ Event. Participants will be placed in small teams to compete in a "bar-style trivia" event, incorporating LGBTQIA+ pop culture as well as must-know LGBTQIA+ health topics related to EM. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team.
Category
Other Events
Time
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
4:30 PM

Friday, 17 May 2024

Description
Category
Other Events
Time
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
7:00 AM

Join the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) for a post-SonoGames celebration!
Category
Other Events
Time
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
1:30 PM

Purchase a ticket for a guest.
Category
Other Events
Time
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
1:30 PM

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