SAEM is a great place to meet other residents, to explore all that EM has to offer, and to talk with possible employers or fellowship directors. While these conversations may appear intimidating at first, a little preparation can go a long way. What you should bring and how you should prepare depends on your particular goals, but doing a little clean up of your digital life is always a good place to start. Keep reading for one perspective on how to begin building your online identity for SAEM and beyond. Continue reading
The first thing that comes to mind when we talk about academic emergency medicine is research—its production, consumption, and application. Well, Yale EM’s faculty has been busy doing all three since day one when our first interns arrived in New Haven in June 1996.
The last three years have been no different as our Department continues its efforts to advance the science of emergency medicine. Keep reading to check out a list of the many of the manuscripts published by Yale EM faculty and residents since January 1, 2012 during their time at Yale.
The annual ACEP Legislative Advocacy and Leadership Conference and Leadership Summit is May 3-6 of this year. This conference offers a chance for EM residents and faculty to meet with EM leaders in policy in Washington, D.C., while developing their own skills and niche without the increasingly important world of political advocacy. Sessions at this event have included skills workshops, small group sessions on the nuances of the current health policy debates, lectures from major players in the current health policy and advocacy landscape, and organized time to meet with members of Congress to discuss keys issues affecting EM providers and our patients.
This year, Drs. Jessica Singh (PGY1), Olga Kovalerchik (PGY1), Ryan Carter, and Arjun Venkatesh (Director, Quality and Safety Research and Strategy) attended. Seems like this group is really getting the most out of their time in DC.
Emergency Medicine Lectures will take place at Yale on Wednesday, May 6th starting in the SIM Center (please use outside entrance at 728 Howard Avenue due to construction) beginning at 9:00am. At 11:00am conference will be moved to Harkness Auditorium.
Lunch will be served before Grand Rounds, so there will be no breakfast.
|9:00am||Suture||Sim Faculty||728 Howard Ave.|
|12:00pm||Grand Rounds: Geriatric Emergency Medicine: Cases and Considerations||Kevin Biese, MD, MAT||Harkness Auditorium|
Dr. Kevin Biese, EM Residency Program Director at UNC and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatrics will be the Grand Rounds Speaker sharing his insight into Geriatric Emergency Medicine.