Submissions: November 1, 2017 - January 2, 2018
We are pleased to announce abstracts submissions for presentation at the 2018 SAEM Annual Meeting will be open from November 1, 2017 - January 2, 2018 at 5:00 PM CDT. Acceptance emails will be sent to submitters February 1, 2018.
The total character count for the abstract submissions excluding the words “Background, Methods, Results, Conclusions” is 2050 characters not including spaces. A Conflict of Interest form will be required of the presenting author at the time of abstract submission.
Authors are invited to submit original emergency medicine research in a variety of categories, and will be strongly encouraged to identify the most appropriate category for the abstract at the time of submission. Only reports of original research may be submitted. The data may not be published in a manuscript or e-publication prior to the first day of the Annual Meeting, except in abstract form when associated with a presentation at a non-emergency-medicine national conference, at CORD, or a regional SAEM meeting. Abstracts for which data is not yet available will not be considered. We are pleased to announce that the abstract scoring criteria are publicly available for review.
Abstracts accepted for presentation at the 2018 SAEM Annual Meeting will be published in the Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) online supplement. SAEM strongly encourages authors to submit the full manuscripts that follow successful abstracts to AEM. AEM will notify authors of a decision regarding publication within 60 days of receipt of a manuscript.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your abstract submissions for the SAEM 2018 Annual Meeting!
|AEM Consensus Conference - Pediatric Health Outcomes||Obstetrics/Gynecology|
|Cardiovascular - Basic Science||Patient Safety and Quality|
|Cardiovascular - Clinical Research||Pediatrics – Infectious Diseases|
|Clinical Decision Guidelines ||Pediatrics – General |
|Clinical Operations||Professional Development|
|Diagnostic Technologies/Radiology ||Pulmonary|
|Disaster Medicine||Research Design/Methodology/Statistics |
|Disease/Injury Prevention ||Sex and Gender|
|Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)||Social Emergency Medicine|
|Emergency Medical Services (EMS) ||Social Media |
|Ethics ||Sports Medicine|
|Health Policy and Health Services Research ||Trauma|
|Information Technology||Wilderness Medicine|
|International Emergency Medicine|