AACEM Faculty Lectures Speakers Bureau

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The AACEM Faculty Lectures Speakers Bureau offers an invaluable resource featuring a distinguished roster of faculty experts. These experts are available to deliver quality presentations, whether in-person or virtually, to institutions beyond their own. Delve into the expertise topics provided below, navigating through the dropdown menu to access an extensive list of content specialists.

Within this database, you will discover comprehensive information including contact details, areas of expertise, available presentation titles, and preferred methods of presentation delivery.

Faculty members seeking inclusion in this resource are invited to complete the Speaker's Bureau Submission Form, with the endorsement of their respective Chair.

For any inquiries or updates pertaining to speaker details, contact aacem@saem.org.

 

Addiction/Toxicology

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jeff Lapoint, DO

Title: Director, Division of Medical Toxicology
Institution: Southern California Permanente Medical Group - Emergency Medicine Residency 
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical toxicology
  1. Synthetic cannabinoids
  2. Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
  3. Optimization of Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment to
  4. Decrease Inpatient LOS
  5. The Business Plan for a Medical Toxicology Division
  6. Data Dashboards in Medical Toxicology

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Adam Schwartz, MD

Wee Chua, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Pediatric residency--> Emergency Medicine fellowship)
  2. Advocacy and legislative Advocacy - Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations & Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp- using tools to identify bruises that may represent child abuse.
  3. Current: Health Policy Scholar via the Academic Pediatric Association
  4. Medical Education- current student in the Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design: Medical Education 2023-2024 cohort
  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  2. Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations
  3. Legislative policy
  4. Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Alister Martin, MD, MPP

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: Harvard
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Opioid addiction
  2. Policy
  3. Civic health
  4. Voting
  5. Health
  6. Equity
  7. Social determinants of health
  1. Opioid addiction
  2. Policy
  3. Civic health
  4. Voting
  5. Health
  6. Equity
  7. Social determinants of health

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Larissa Laskowski, DO

Title: Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology
Institution: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Drugs of abuse
  2. Community outreach
  3. School-based health education
  4. Drug education
  5. School-based opioid education and naloxone training
  1. Preventing Teen Fentanyl Overdose
  2. Opioid Education and Naloxone Training in Schools
  3. Transforming the Role Doctors Play in School Health Education

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

Howard Greller, MD, FACMT, FACEP

Title: Director, Medical Toxicology Fellowship. Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Toxicology
  2. Communication Skills
  3. Risk Assessment
  4. Procedures
  1. Acetaminophen
  2. Advanced Toxicology Therapeutics
  3. Alcohol Withdrawal
  4. Agitated Delirium
  5. Alternative Drugs of Abuse
  6. Bariatric Toxicology
  7. Ex Uno Plures - The Power of Cases
  8. GI Decontamination
  9. Hypoglycemic Agents
  10. Local Anesthetic Toxicity
  11. Mushrooms
  12. Marine Toxicology,
  13. Nephrotoxicology
  14. One Pill Killers
  15. The Opioid Crisis
  16. Psychiatric Toxicopharmacology
  17. Rational Antidotal Therapy
  18. Salicylates & NSAIDs
  19. Toxic Alcohols
  20. Toxic Foods
  21. Toxicologic Asphyxiation
  22. Toxicologic Electrophysiology
  23. Toxic Nausea & Vomiting
  24. Weighing the Evidence

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Diane P. Calello, MD, FACMT, FAACT, FAAP

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine, Executive and Medical Director of the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Toxicology
  2. Medical Toxicology
  3. Public Health
  1. Pediatric Poisoning: Then and Now
  2. Pediatric Consequences of the Opioid Epidemic
  3. Cannabis Legalization: Implications for Safety and Advocacy
  4. We All Fall Down: Chemical Warfare
  5. Pediatric Lead Poisoning: A Persistent Hazard
  6. Pesticides and Politics
  7. Commonly Missed Toxicologic Diagnoses
  8. Poisons and Pregnancy

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Denise Fernandez, MD

Title: Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine; Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice
Institution: Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. The care of poisoned patients
  1. Toxic Hyperthermia
  2. Alcohol Withdrawal
  3. Political Poisonings

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Eisenstein, MD

Christopher W. Meaden, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Toxicology
  1. Caustics
  2. Chemical Agents of War
  3. Inhaled Toxins
  4. Anti-diabetic Medication Toxicity
  5. Household Poisons
  6. EVALI
  7. Opioids
  8. Naloxone

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Carolyn Joy Sachs, MD, MPH

Title: Clinical Professor, Department of Emergency medicine, David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine; Chairperson Domestic Violence Committee, UCLA Medical Center, Volunteer Medical Director FNS (Forensic Nurse Specialists Sexual Assault Examiner Program), Wellness Officer, UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine
Institution: UCLA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Physician Wellbeing
  2. Intimate Partner Violence
  3. Sexual Assault
  4. Preventive Care and Lifestyle Medicine in the ED
  1. Physician Burnout and Well-being
  2. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Tobacco
  3. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Alcohol
  4. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Diet, Exercise, and mental health
  5. Challenging Interactions in Medicine
  6. Intimate Partner Violence
  7. Sexual Assault
  8. Workplace Violence
  9. Dangers on EKG in youngsters with syncope
  10. Abdominal Pain Cases
  11. An evidence-based Approach to oral analgesics for acute pain
  12. Case Studies in Abdominal Pain

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Gregory W. Hendey, MD

Evan S. Schwarz, MD, FACEP, FACMT, FASAM

Title: Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology Fellowship Director
Institution: UCLA
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Toxicology
  2. Addiction Medicine
  3. Pharmacology
  1. An update on acetaminophen toxicity
  2. Managing salicylate toxicity
  3. Low and slow: Cardiovascular toxins
  4. Opioid use disorder in the ED
  5. Alcohol withdrawal and alcohol use disorder in the ED
  6. Toxic Alcohols
  7. You shouldn't eat that: Poisonous plants
  8. The Hot Patient: Toxic Hyperthermias
  9. Toxic asphyxiants
  10. Toxic 'Shrooms
  11. My patient did what? An update on psychoactive drugs

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Gregory W. Hendey, MD

 

Advocacy/Public Health/Climate Change/Global Health

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jonathan Slutzman, MD

Title: Medical Director of Environmental Sustainability / Director, Center for the Environment and Health / Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital / Mass General Brigham / Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Environmental impacts of health care
  2. Climate change and health care's contribution
  1. Climate-Smart and Environmentally-Responsible Healthcare
  2. How Medical Centers Can Lead on Environmental Sustainability
  3. Climate Change and Emergency Medicine: A Specialty on the Frontline
  4. How to Stop Hurting Patients with Pollution: Using Life Cycle Assessment to Improve Environmental Performance
  5. It's getting hot in here! How climate change and pollution impact our practice NOW
  6. Dumpster Diving for Data: How and What We Can Learn From a Waste Audit
  7. Applying a Climate Lens to Clinical Decisions
  8. Sustainability in Leadership
  9. Carbon Footprint & Sustainability in Healthcare: What We Need to Know & Do

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael VanRooyen

Wee Chua, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Pediatric residency--> Emergency Medicine fellowship)
  2. Advocacy and legislative Advocacy - Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations & Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp- using tools to identify bruises that may represent child abuse.
  3. Current: Health Policy Scholar via the Academic Pediatric Association
  4. Medical Education- current student in the Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design: Medical Education 2023-2024 cohort
  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  2. Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations
  3. Legislative policy
  4. Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Diane P. Calello, MD, FACMT, FAACT, FAAP

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine, Executive and Medical Director of the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Toxicology
  2. Medical Toxicology
  3. Public Health
  1. Pediatric Poisoning: Then and Now
  2. Pediatric Consequences of the Opioid Epidemic
  3. Cannabis Legalization: Implications for Safety and Advocacy
  4. We All Fall Down: Chemical Warfare
  5. Pediatric Lead Poisoning: A Persistent Hazard
  6. Pesticides and Politics
  7. Commonly Missed Toxicologic Diagnoses
  8. Poisons and Pregnancy

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Adedamola Ogunniyi, MD

Title: Associate Program Director
Institution: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Global health
  3. Simulation
  4. Quality improvement
  1. Education
  2. Quality improvement
  3. Global health

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Craig Goolsby, MD, MEd, MHCDS, FACEP

Novneet Sahu, MD, MPA, FAAEM, FAAFP

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Community Medicine
  2. Social Determinants of Health
  3. Global Health
  4. Urban Health
  5. Military Medicine
  6. Health Systems
  1. Aeromedical Physiology and In-flight Emergencies
  2. Asymmetric Healthcare and Low Resource Nimble Leadership
  3. Clinicians in a Coup d’état and Targeted Violence Against Health Care
  4. Climate Change and Health
  5. Immigrant, Refugee, and Migrant Health
  6. Mobile Integrated Healthcare and Community Paramedicine
  7. Primary Care for the Emergency Physician
  8. Social Drivers of Health
  9. Violence Interrupters and Community Health Workers

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Matthew Waxman, MD, DTMH&H

Title: N/a
Institution: Olive View, UCLA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. ENT Emergencies
  2. Infectious Disease Emergencies
  3. Tropical Medicine
  4. Global Health
  5. Blast Injuries
  1. Global Health
  2. Ebola response
  3. COVID-19
  4. Blast Injuries
  5. Tropical Infectious Diseases in ED
  6. ENT emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Greg Hendey

Timothy Reeder, MD

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise:

  1. Quality Improvement
  2. Advocacy
  3. Communication
  4. Patient Safety
  5. HSS Overview
  1. Model for Improvement and Six Sigma
  2. Physician Role in Advocacy and Health Policy
  3. Standardization in Health Care
  4. Tools for Communication
  5. Systems Thinking

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Leigh Patterson

 

Cardiology

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jonah Gunalda, MD

Title: Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Patient Experience
  3. Clinical/Bedside Teaching
  4. Emergency ECG
  5. ENT pathology
  6. Ophthalmology
  1. Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  2. Variety of Patient Experience topics
  3. Variety of emergency ECG topics
  4. Face and Jaw Emergencies
  5. ABCs of Upper GI Bleeding
  6. Male Genital Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

Chirag N. Shah, M.D., FACEP

Title: Associate Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers - RWJMS
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. EKGs/Cardiology Education
  1. OMI vs STEMI: A Shift in the Paradigm
  2. Advanced Cardiac Therapies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Eisenstein, M.D.

SunHee Chung, MD

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: Oregon Health and Science University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric emergency medicine
  2. Prehospital care
  3. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  4. Pediatric intraosseous access
  5. EMS
  1. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Mary Tanski

Brittney Bernardoni, MD

Title: Assistant Professor - Emergency Medicine & Anesthesiology
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Critical Care
  2. ECMO/ECPR
  3. Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiac Critical Care
  4. Pre-hospital Critical Care/Critical Care Transport
  1. Resuscitation of Right Ventricular Failure and Pulmonary Hypertension
  2. Massive PE treatment
  3. Advanced Vasopressors and Inotropes
  4. Pacemaker and ICD Basics, Emergencies, Troubleshooting
  5. Advanced STEMI Care
  6. Laryngectomy and Tracheostomy Emergencies
  7. LVAD in the ED
  8. Refractory Hypoxia Ventilating Obstructive Airway Disease
  9. VA and VV ECMO Basics and Emergencies, ECPR
    ECG Basics, Ischemia/Advanced Ischemia, Arrhythmia, Toxicology
  10. Hemodynamic Monitoring- Pulmonary Artery Catheter

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Azita Hamedani, MD, MPH, MBA

Stephen Alerhand, MD

Title: Asisstant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Point-of-care ultrasound
  2. Advanced echocardiography
  1. Critical care echocardiography

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Rama Salhi, MD, MHS, MSc

Title: Instructor
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Cardiac Arrest
  3. Trauma
  4. Structural Racism
  1. History of regionalization in trauma care and current implications for inequities in trauma outcomes
  2. The association between neighborhood structures and care and outcomes in cardiac arrest
  3. Structural racism and time-dependent acute care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

 

Communication Skills

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jason K. Bowman, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency and Palliative Medicine
Institution: Harvard Medical School / Brigham & Women's Hospital / Mass General Hospital / Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Palliative care
  2. Hospice
  3. End of life care
  4. Geriatrics, symptom management
  5. Goals of care
  6. Communication skills
  7. Difficult conversations
  8. Research around emergency department utilization by patients with serious illness and/or at the end of life

I have given various talks in each of the areas of expertise I listed above, but am also happy to craft new presentations(s) to meet the specific interests and needs of a particular department or group that invite me to give a talk.

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Van Rooyen, MD

Krystin Miller, MD

Title: Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director
Institution: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Communication Skills
  1. Off-Service Rotator Education
  2. Managing Litigation Stress
  3. Breaking Bad News in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeffrey Caterino, MD, MPH

Ellen Duncan, MD, PhD

Title: Assistant Professor, Departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Associate Program Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
Institution: NYU Langone Health
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Communication skills
  2. Education
  1. Family presence during resuscitations

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert J. Femia, MD, MBA

 

Howard Greller, MD, FACMT, FACEP

Title: Director, Medical Toxicology Fellowship. Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Toxicology
  2. Communication Skills
  3. Risk Assessment
  4. Procedures
  1. Acetaminophen
  2. Advanced Toxicology Therapeutics
  3. Alcohol Withdrawal
  4. Agitated Delirium
  5. Alternative Drugs of Abuse
  6. Bariatric Toxicology
  7. Ex Uno Plures - The Power of Cases
  8. GI Decontamination
  9. Hypoglycemic Agents
  10. Local Anesthetic Toxicity
  11. Mushrooms
  12. Marine Toxicology,
  13. Nephrotoxicology
  14. One Pill Killers
  15. The Opioid Crisis
  16. Psychiatric Toxicopharmacology
  17. Rational Antidotal Therapy
  18. Salicylates & NSAIDs
  19. Toxic Alcohols
  20. Toxic Foods
  21. Toxicologic Asphyxiation
  22. Toxicologic Electrophysiology
  23. Toxic Nausea & Vomiting
  24. Weighing the Evidence

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Nicole McCoin, MD, FAAEM, FACEP

Title: Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Ochsner Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Leadership
  2. Communication
  3. Negotiation
  1. Negotiation
  2. Difficult Conversations
  3. Leadership
  4. Work-Life Integration
  5. ECG
  6. Psychiatric Emergencies/Chemical Restraint
  7. Anaphylaxis

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD & Corey Slovis, MD

 

Timothy Reeder, MD

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise:

  1. Quality Improvement
  2. Advocacy
  3. Communication
  4. Patient Safety
  5. HSS Overview
  1. Model for Improvement and Six Sigma
  2. Physician Role in Advocacy and Health Policy
  3. Standardization in Health Care
  4. Tools for Communication
  5. Systems Thinking

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Leigh Patterson

Critical Care

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jarone Lee, MD, MPH, FCCM

Title: Vice Chief, Critical Care ; Co-Founder Health Tech Without Borders, Inc.
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital- Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Telehealth
  2. Tele-disaster response
  3. Critical Care
  1. Responding to Humanitarian Disasters with Digital/Telehealth

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Brittney Bernardoni, MD

Title: Assistant Professor - Emergency Medicine & Anesthesiology
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Critical Care
  2. ECMO/ECPR
  3. Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiac Critical Care
  4. Pre-hospital Critical Care/Critical Care Transport
  1. Resuscitation of Right Ventricular Failure and Pulmonary Hypertension
  2. Massive PE treatment
  3. Advanced Vasopressors and Inotropes
  4. Pacemaker and ICD Basics, Emergencies, Troubleshooting
  5. Advanced STEMI Care
  6. Laryngectomy and Tracheostomy Emergencies
  7. LVAD in the ED
  8. Refractory Hypoxia Ventilating Obstructive Airway Disease
  9. VA and VV ECMO Basics and Emergencies, ECPR
    ECG Basics, Ischemia/Advanced Ischemia, Arrhythmia, Toxicology
  10. Hemodynamic Monitoring- Pulmonary Artery Catheter

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Azita Hamedani, MD, MPH, MBA

Jennifer A. Walker, MD, FACEP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Texas Christian University Burnett SOM / Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Critical care
  2. Quality improvement
  3. Pain, agitation, and delirium
  4. Post-intensive care syndrome
  5. Self-care and wellness
  1. ICU Liberation
  2. Pain, agitation and delirium recognition and management
  3. Post-intensive care syndrome
  4. SHINES-MFG a guide to self-care
  5. Sepsis diagnosis and resuscitation
  6. Don’t Leave Me High and Dry: A Guide to High Altitude Illness
  7. ED Guide to seizure management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Toral Bhakta

 

 

Rama Salhi, MD, MHS, MSc

Title: Instructor
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Cardiac Arrest
  3. Trauma
  4. Structural Racism
  1. History of regionalization in trauma care and current implications for inequities in trauma outcomes
  2. The association between neighborhood structures and care and outcomes in cardiac arrest
  3. Structural racism and time-dependent acute care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

Curriculum Development

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Brian Parker, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: UTHealth San Antonio
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Faculty development
  3. Curriculum development
  1. Heavyweight Champion - Resuscitating the Morbidly Obese Patient
  2. Smaller Patient, Bigger Complications - Post Bariatric Surgery Complications
  3. Half man / Half Machine - Caring for an LVAD patient in a non-LVAD center
  4. Power up your Paracentesis - Vacuum assisted larger volume Paracentesis
  5. The Obese Airway - Preventing the Clean Kill
  6. Belly Duele - Managing emergent causes of abdominal pain in cirrhotic patients.
  7. Problem Child, Problematic Airway - Pediatric RSI for the non-PEM physician
  8. Killer Pediatric Coughing - Dangerous mimics coming to your department
  9. Unnerving Day in the ED - Combating weaponized nerve agents in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ralph Riviello, MD, MS

 

DEI

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Margaret Samuels-Kalow, MD, MPhil, MSHP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Vice-Chair for Research
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Qualitative methods
  3. Pediatric EM
  1. From Frustration to Change: Disparities and Intervention Design
  2. Qualitative Methods for the Quantitatively Minded
  3. Neonatal Resuscitation
  4. Difficult Pediatric Airway

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Denrick Cooper, MD, MPH

Title: APD and Director of International Emergency Medicine
Institution: Ochsner
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Global Health
  2. Tropical Medicine
  3. Health Disparities
  4. Education
  1. EM Tropical Medicine
  2. Fever in a Returning Traveler
  3. EM Health Disparities
  4. Evaluating the EM resident

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD

Ryan Tsuchida, MD

Title: Interim Assistant Dean for Multicultural Affairs for Health Professions Learners (effective Aug 1, 2023)
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
  2. Health Equity
  3. Secondary: quality improvement and education
  1. Creating/organizing DEI in academic departments
  2. Building a career in DEI work
  3. Early career leadership advancement

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Manish Shah, MD, MPH & Azita Hamedani, MD, MPH, MBA

Rama Salhi, MD, MHS, MSc

Title: Instructor
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Cardiac Arrest
  3. Trauma
  4. Structural Racism
  1. History of regionalization in trauma care and current implications for inequities in trauma outcomes
  2. The association between neighborhood structures and care and outcomes in cardiac arrest
  3. Structural racism and time-dependent acute care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

Dermatology

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Catherine A. Marco, MD, FACEP

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Penn State Health - Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Dermatology
  2. Ethics 
  1. Dermatology Jeopardy (presented at ACEP 2020 and 2023)
  2. Against Medical Advice (presented at ACEP 2010, 2015, 2016)
  3. The Toughest Cases: Ethical and Legal Dilemmas (presented at ACEP 2015, 2016 and 2021)
  4. Infectious Disease Quiz Show (presented at ACEP 2020)
  5. Top Ten Rashes (presented at ACEP 2018)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Susan Promes, MD

 

EMS/Pre Hospital Care/Disaster Medicine

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Paul Biddinger, MD, FACEP

Title: Chief Preparedness and Continuity Officer
Institution: Mass General Brigham/Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Disaster medicine
  2. Emergency preparedness
  3. Biothreats
  4. Mass casualty incidents
  5. Public health preparedness
  6. Medical surge
  1. Healthcare emergency preparedness
  2. Mass casualty incident preparedness and response
  3. Disaster triage
  4. Crisis standards of care
  5. Biothreat preparedness and response
  6. Others

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Van Rooyen, MD

Derek Isenberg, MD

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Neurology
  2. Prehospital care
  1. Status epilepticus
  2. Prehospital stroke systems of care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

Scott Goldstein, DO

Title: Director, Division of EMS/Disaster Medicine
Institution: Jefferson Einstein Healthcare Network
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. EM/EMS/prehospital/tactical
  1. Intro to EKG
  2. Intro to xr
  3. Tactical EMS
  4. Disaster planning and myths
  5. Surge planning
  6. Agitated patient

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Betsy Datner

SunHee Chung, MD

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: Oregon Health and Science University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric emergency medicine
  2. Prehospital care
  3. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  4. Pediatric intraosseous access
  5. EMS
  1. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Mary Tanski

Brittney Bernardoni, MD

Title: Assistant Professor - Emergency Medicine & Anesthesiology
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Critical Care
  2. ECMO/ECPR
  3. Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiac Critical Care
  4. Pre-hospital Critical Care/Critical Care Transport
  1. Resuscitation of Right Ventricular Failure and Pulmonary Hypertension
  2. Massive PE treatment
  3. Advanced Vasopressors and Inotropes
  4. Pacemaker and ICD Basics, Emergencies, Troubleshooting
  5. Advanced STEMI Care
  6. Laryngectomy and Tracheostomy Emergencies
  7. LVAD in the ED
  8. Refractory Hypoxia Ventilating Obstructive Airway Disease
  9. VA and VV ECMO Basics and Emergencies, ECPR
    ECG Basics, Ischemia/Advanced Ischemia, Arrhythmia, Toxicology
  10. Hemodynamic Monitoring- Pulmonary Artery Catheter

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Azita Hamedani, MD, MPH, MBA

 

Matthew Waxman, MD, DTMH&H

Title: N/a
Institution: Olive View, UCLA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. ENT Emergencies
  2. Infectious Disease Emergencies
  3. Tropical Medicine
  4. Global Health
  5. Blast Injuries
  1. Global Health
  2. Ebola response
  3. COVID-19
  4. Blast Injuries
  5. Tropical Infectious Diseases in ED
  6. ENT emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Greg Hendey

 

ENT Pathology

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jonah Gunalda, MD

Title: Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Patient Experience
  3. Clinical/Bedside Teaching
  4. Emergency ECG
  5. ENT pathology
  6. Ophthalmology
  1. Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  2. Variety of Patient Experience topics
  3. Variety of emergency ECG topics
  4. Face and Jaw Emergencies
  5. ABCs of Upper GI Bleeding
  6. Male Genital Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

Matthew Waxman, MD, DTMH&H

Title: N/a
Institution: Olive View, UCLA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. ENT Emergencies
  2. Infectious Disease Emergencies
  3. Tropical Medicine
  4. Global Health
  5. Blast Injuries
  1. Global Health
  2. Ebola response
  3. COVID-19
  4. Blast Injuries
  5. Tropical Infectious Diseases in ED
  6. ENT emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Greg Hendey

 

Ethics/Palliative Care

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Mari Siegel, MD

Title: Medical Director, Palliative Care
Institution: Temple University Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Palliative Care for the Emergency Physican
  1. Palliative Care for the Emergency Physican
  2. The Rapid Goals of Care conversation for Emergency Physicians
  3. Managing the dying patient

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

Jason K. Bowman, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency and Palliative Medicine
Institution: Harvard Medical School / Brigham & Women's Hospital / Mass General Hospital / Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Palliative care
  2. Hospice
  3. End of life care
  4. Geriatrics, symptom management
  5. Goals of care
  6. Communication skills
  7. Difficult conversations
  8. Research around emergency department utilization by patients with serious illness and/or at the end of life

I have given various talks in each of the areas of expertise I listed above, but am also happy to craft new presentations(s) to meet the specific interests and needs of a particular department or group that invite me to give a talk.

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Van Rooyen, MD

 

Catherine A. Marco, MD, FACEP

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Penn State Health - Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Dermatology
  2. Ethics
  1. Dermatology Jeopardy (presented at ACEP 2020 and 2023)
  2. Against Medical Advice (presented at ACEP 2010, 2015, 2016)
  3. The Toughest Cases: Ethical and Legal Dilemmas (presented at ACEP 2015, 2016 and 2021)
  4. Infectious Disease Quiz Show (presented at ACEP 2020)
  5. Top Ten Rashes (presented at ACEP 2018)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Susan Promes, MD

 

Ashley Shreves, MD

Title: Senior physician
Institution: Ochsner
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Palliative Care
  1. How to Discuss Code Status in Patients with a Poor Prognosis
  2. Goals of Care in the Moment of Crisis
  3. Reserve Judgment: aligning with patients at the EOL
  4. EOL Symptom Management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD

 

Faculty Development

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Brian Parker, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: UTHealth San Antonio
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Faculty development
  3. Curriculum development
  1. Heavyweight Champion - Resuscitating the Morbidly Obese Patient
  2. Smaller Patient, Bigger Complications - Post Bariatric Surgery Complications
  3. Half man / Half Machine - Caring for an LVAD patient in a non-LVAD center
  4. Power up your Paracentesis - Vacuum assisted larger volume Paracentesis
  5. The Obese Airway - Preventing the Clean Kill
  6. Belly Duele - Managing emergent causes of abdominal pain in cirrhotic patients.
  7. Problem Child, Problematic Airway - Pediatric RSI for the non-PEM physician
  8. Killer Pediatric Coughing - Dangerous mimics coming to your department
  9. Unnerving Day in the ED - Combating weaponized nerve agents in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ralph Riviello, MD, MS

Harsh Sule, MD, MPP

Title: Residency Director, Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs; Associate Director Rutgers NJMS Office of Global Health
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Education
  2. Global Health
  3. Leadership Skills
  1. Faculty Development & Promotions
  2. Leadership Skills (Managing & Leading for faculty and residents)
  3. Global Health (Introduction to global health & volunteerism, Comparative health systems)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Geriatrics

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Shan Liu, MD, Sd

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Geriatric Falls
  1. Geriatric ED Fall Management: Serious
  2. Stealth and Sentinel Events

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

Jason K. Bowman, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency and Palliative Medicine
Institution: Harvard Medical School / Brigham & Women's Hospital / Mass General Hospital / Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Palliative care
  2. Hospice
  3. End of life care
  4. Geriatrics, symptom management
  5. Goals of care
  6. Communication skills
  7. Difficult conversations
  8. Research around emergency department utilization by patients with serious illness and/or at the end of life

I have given various talks in each of the areas of expertise I listed above, but am also happy to craft new presentations(s) to meet the specific interests and needs of a particular department or group that invite me to give a talk.

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Van Rooyen, MD

 

Leadership/Informatics/Operations/Financial Strategy/Patient Experience

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Shuhan He, MD

Title: Faculty | Department of Emergency Medicine | Massachusetts General Hospital Faculty| Laboratory of Computer Science | Department of Internal Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Clinical Informatics
  2. Computer Science
  3. HealthCare Data Analytics
  4. Digital Health
  1. Clinical Informatics in Emergency Medicine
  2. Emoji for the Medical Community
  3. Information and Entropy
  4. HealthCare Innovation & Technology for Impact

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Caroline M. Molins, MS, MSMEd, FACEP, FAAEM

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: University of South Alabama
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical education
  2. PEM
  3. General EM
  4. Leadership topics
  1. Lifelong learning in EM
  2. Medical Education topics (for faculty or residents)
  3. Mentoring vs Coaching
  4. Pain Management
  5. Intranasal medications use in PEM
  6. Clinical teaching in busy ED
  7. Feedback in EM

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Edward Panacek, MD


Jonah Gunalda, MD

Title: Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Patient Experience
  3. Clinical/Bedside Teaching
  4. Emergency ECG
  5. ENT pathology
  6. Ophthalmology
  1. Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  2. Variety of Patient Experience topics
  3. Variety of emergency ECG topics
  4. Face and Jaw Emergencies
  5. ABCs of Upper GI Bleeding
  6. Male Genital Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

 

Krystin Miller, MD

Title: Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director
Institution: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Communication Skills
  1. Off-Service Rotator Education
  2. Managing Litigation Stress
  3. Breaking Bad News in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeffrey Caterino

 

Craig Sisson, MD, AEMUS, RDMS, FACEP

Title: Professor/Clinical, Vice Chair of Education, Chief Division of Ultrasound
Institution: The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education (Ultrasound in particular)
  2. Academic Leadership
  3. Financial Strategy in Academics
  1. Ultrasound Topics
  2. Academic Leadership
  3. How to cope with a lawsuit
  4. Financial strategy in academics

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ralph Riviello, MD

 

David C. Lee, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. NIH Funded Academic Research
  2. Geospatial Analysis
  3. Health Information Technology
  4. Chronic Disease Surveillance
  1. Using Emergency Department Data to Identify Hotspots of Acute and Chronic Disease and Perform Geographically Targeted Interventions

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

 

Harsh Sule, MD, MPP

Title: Residency Director, Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs; Associate Director Rutgers NJMS Office of Global Health
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Education
  2. Global Health
  3. Leadership Skills
  1. Faculty Development & Promotions
  2. Leadership Skills (Managing & Leading for faculty and residents)
  3. Global Health (Introduction to global health & volunteerism, Comparative health systems)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Magdalena Robak, MD

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: NYU
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Coaching
  1. The Death of a Patient
  2. The Birth of a Doctor (a talk on the hardest case I ever had; what it means to be a doctor)
  3. Getting People From Here to There: Coaching, Mentoring, Advising, Sponsorship

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

Nicole McCoin, MD, FAAEM, FACEP

Title: Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Ochsner Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Leadership
  2. Communication
  3. Negotiation
  1. Negotiation
  2. Difficult Conversations
  3. Leadership
  4. Work-Life Integration
  5. ECG
  6. Psychiatric Emergencies/Chemical Restraint
  7. Anaphylaxis

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD & Corey Slovis, MD

Kraftin E. Schreyer, MD, MBA, FAAEM

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Operations
  2. Quality/Performance Improvement
  3. Patient Experience
  4. Administration
  1. Operations Tips and Tricks
  2. Work Wellness
  3. Operationalizing Community Engagement
  4. Advanced Team Management and Leadership Skills
  5. Patient Experience
  6. Quality Improvement
  7. Patient Safety
  8. Cognitive Bias and Debiasing Strategies
  9. Turning Work Into Scholarship
  10. Transitions of Care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD, FAAEM

Jeffrey Holmes, MD

Title: Attending Physician, Maine Medical Center. Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine. Regional Director of Simulation Education
Institution: Maine Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine University
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Team training
  2. Crisis Resource Management
  3. Life Skills as a Physician (i.e. Getting things done productivity system)
  1. Team training
  2. Crisis Resource Management
  3. Life Skills as a Physician (i.e. Getting things done productivity system)

My educational lectures can be found on downeastem.org

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Baumann, MD

Ben White, MD

Title: Director, Center for Emergency Medicine Innovation
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. ED Operations
  2. Systems Improvement
  3. Patient Experience
  4. Staff Burnout
  5. Innovation in EM
  1. ED Operations
  2. Patient and Staff Experience
  3. Bring innovative thinking to the practice of emergency medicine more broadly

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

Medical Education

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Caroline M. Molins, MS, MSMEd, FACEP, FAAEM

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: University of South Alabama
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical education
  2. PEM
  3. General EM
  4. Leadership topics
  1. Lifelong learning in EM
  2. Medical Education topics (for faculty or residents)
  3. Mentoring vs Coaching
  4. Pain Management
  5. Intranasal medications use in PEM
  6. Clinical teaching in busy ED
  7. Feedback in EM

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Edward Panacek, MD


Lauren A. Walter, MD, FACEP

Title: Associate Vice Chair, Associate Professor
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Research
  2. Education
  1. Sex- and Gender-based Medicine
  2. Opioid Use Disorder/Opioid Epidemic
  3. Social EM & Population Health
  4. Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
  5. Linkage
  6. ED Management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Marie-Carmelle Elie, MD

 

Nour Al Jalbout, MD

Title: Assistant Ultrasound Fellowship Director
Institution: MGH
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  1. Point of Care Ultrasound
  2. TEE

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Jonah Gunalda, MD

Title: Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Patient Experience
  3. Clinical/Bedside Teaching
  4. Emergency ECG
  5. ENT pathology
  6. Ophthalmology
  1. Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  2. Variety of Patient Experience topics
  3. Variety of emergency ECG topics
  4. Face and Jaw Emergencies
  5. ABCs of Upper GI Bleeding
  6. Male Genital Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

 

David Vearrier, MD, MPH

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  1. Medical Toxicology Topics

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

Krystin Miller, MD

Title: Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director
Institution: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Communication Skills
  1. Off-Service Rotator Education
  2. Managing Litigation Stress
  3. Breaking Bad News in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeffrey Caterino

 

Brian Parker, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: UTHealth San Antonio
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Faculty development
  3. Curriculum development
  1. Heavyweight Champion - Resuscitating the Morbidly Obese Patient
  2. Smaller Patient, Bigger Complications - Post Bariatric Surgery Complications
  3. Half man / Half Machine - Caring for an LVAD patient in a non-LVAD center
  4. Power up your Paracentesis - Vacuum assisted larger volume Paracentesis
  5. The Obese Airway - Preventing the Clean Kill
  6. Belly Duele - Managing emergent causes of abdominal pain in cirrhotic patients.
  7. Problem Child, Problematic Airway - Pediatric RSI for the non-PEM physician
  8. Killer Pediatric Coughing - Dangerous mimics coming to your department
  9. Unnerving Day in the ED - Combating weaponized nerve agents in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ralph Riviello, MD, MS

Wee Chua, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Pediatric residency--> Emergency Medicine fellowship)
  2. Advocacy and legislative Advocacy - Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations & Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp- using tools to identify bruises that may represent child abuse.
  3. Current: Health Policy Scholar via the Academic Pediatric Association
  4. Medical Education- current student in the Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design: Medical Education 2023-2024 cohort
  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  2. Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations
  3. Legislative policy
  4. Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

Benjamin H. Schnapp, MD, MEd

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  1. Spine Tingling Scenarios: Evidence-Based Management of CNS Infections
  2. Not “Just a Sprain:” Musculoskeletal Injuries That Can Kill
  3. The Future is Now: How Artificial Intelligence Can Revolutionize Your Next Shift in 2023
  4. Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong: Decision Errors in the ED
  5. How to Be Academically Productive in 15 Easy Steps
  6. A Deep Dive on Difficult Learner Behavior
  7. Great Feedback Made Ridiculously Simple
  8. Everybody Hates Change: Change Management to Help Your Next Initiative Succeed

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Manish Shah, MD, MPH

Ellen Duncan, MD, PhD

Title: Assistant Professor, Departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Associate Program Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
Institution: NYU Langone Health
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Communication skills
  2. Education
  1. Family presence during resuscitations

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert J. Femia, MD, MBA

 

Zachary Repanshek, MD

Title: Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Institution: Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Clinical topics
  2. Medical education
  3. Digital education
  4. Residency education
  5. Social media and medicine
  1. Anaphylaxis
  2. Metabolic disorders
  3. Itch
  4. GI- abdominal pain/vomiting
  5. Pain management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

Harsh Sule, MD, MPP

Title: Residency Director, Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs; Associate Director Rutgers NJMS Office of Global Health
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical Education
  2. Global Health
  3. Leadership Skills
  1. Faculty Development & Promotions
  2. Leadership Skills (Managing & Leading for faculty and residents)
  3. Global Health (Introduction to global health & volunteerism, Comparative health systems)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

 

Magdalena Robak, MD

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: NYU
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Coaching
  1. The Death of a Patient
  2. The Birth of a Doctor (a talk on the hardest case I ever had; what it means to be a doctor)
  3. Getting People From Here to There: Coaching, Mentoring, Advising, Sponsorship

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

 

Brandon Elder, MD, FAAEM, FACEP, FAWM

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: University of Missouri Kansas City / University Health Truman Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Wilderness Medicine
  2. Austere Medicine
  3. Medical Education
  4. Heuristics
  1. Wilderness Medicine
  2. Austere Medicine
  3. Medical Education
  4. Heuristics

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Adam Algren, MD

Denrick Cooper, MD, MPH

Title: APD and Director of International Emergency Medicine
Institution: Ochsner
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Global Health
  2. Tropical Medicine
  3. Health Disparities
  4. Education
  1. EM Tropical Medicine
  2. Fever in a Returning Traveler
  3. EM Health Disparities
  4. Evaluating the EM resident

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD

 

Adedamola Ogunniyi, MD

Title: Associate Program Director
Institution: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Global health
  3. Simulation
  4. Quality improvement
  1. Education
  2. Quality improvement
  3. Global health

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Craig Goolsby, MD, MEd, MHCDS, FACEP

 

Selin T. Sagalowsky, MD, MPH, FAAP

Title: Vice Chair for Education, Scholarship, and Academic Development (Dept of EM); Program Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Institution: New York University Grossman School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (esp: clinical reasoning in PEM
  2. Care of the medically complex child)
  3. Medical Education (esp: CBME, Dunning-Kruger Effect in Med ED
  4. DEI/Structural Competency in Simulation)
  5. Family Presence During Resuscitations & Patient- and Family-Centered Care and Education
  1. Would You Trust Them to Care for Your Mother? A Primer on Competency-Based Medical Education
  2. What Dunning and Kruger Can Teach Us About Teaching
  3. Structural Competency in Simulation Based Health Professions Education
  4. Top 10 Do-Not-Miss Pediatric Emergency Diagnoses
  5. Family Presence Facilitator Curriculum (together with Ellen Duncan, MD, PhD)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

Clare Roepke, MD

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Temple University Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise:

  1. Medical Education
  1. The Lowdown on Ventriculoperitoneal Shunts

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

Sam Langberg, MD

Title: Director of Division of Emergency Ultrasound
Institution: Ochsner Health
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise:

  1. Ultrasound
  2. Medical Education
  1. Point of Care Ultrasound - presentations available for every exam type

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD, FAAEM, FACEP

Nick Lukens, MD

Title: Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director
Institution: MetroHealth
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Wilderness Medicine
  1. "Wilderness as Wellness: Nature's Role in Mental Health"
  2. High altitude medicine
  3. Wilderness medicine

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Charles Emerman, MD

Neurology

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Titles of Presentations Available

Derek Isenberg, MD

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Neurology
  2. Prehospital care
  1. Status epilepticus
  2. Prehospital stroke systems of care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

 

Oncology

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Titles of Presentations Available

Jason Bischof, MD

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: Ohio State University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Oncologic Emergencies
  1. Acute Oncologic Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Jeffrey Caterino

 

Ophthalmology

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jonah Gunalda, MD

Title: Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
Institution: University of Mississippi Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Patient Experience
  3. Clinical/Bedside Teaching
  4. Emergency ECG
  5. ENT pathology
  6. Ophthalmology
  1. Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  2. Variety of Patient Experience topics
  3. Variety of emergency ECG topics
  4. Face and Jaw Emergencies
  5. ABCs of Upper GI Bleeding
  6. Male Genital Emergencies

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Kendall McKenzie, MD

 

 

Pediatrics

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Caroline M. Molins, MS, MSMEd, FACEP, FAAEM

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: University of South Alabama
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Medical education
  2. PEM
  3. General EM
  4. Leadership topics
  1. Lifelong learning in EM
  2. Medical Education topics (for faculty or residents)
  3. Mentoring vs Coaching
  4. Pain Management
  5. Intranasal medications use in PEM
  6. Clinical teaching in busy ED
  7. Feedback in EM

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Edward Panacek, MD

Margaret Samuels-Kalow, MD, MPhil, MSHP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Vice-Chair for Research
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Qualitative methods
  3. Pediatric EM
  1. From Frustration to Change: Disparities and Intervention Design
  2. Qualitative Methods for the Quantitatively Minded
  3. Neonatal Resuscitation
  4. Difficult Pediatric Airway

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

SunHee Chung, MD

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: Oregon Health and Science University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric emergency medicine
  2. Prehospital care
  3. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  4. Pediatric intraosseous access
  5. EMS
  1. Pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Mary Tanski

 

Wee Chua, MD

Title: Instructor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Pediatric residency--> Emergency Medicine fellowship)
  2. Advocacy and legislative Advocacy - Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations & Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp- using tools to identify bruises that may represent child abuse.
  3. Current: Health Policy Scholar via the Academic Pediatric Association
  4. Medical Education- current student in the Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design: Medical Education 2023-2024 cohort
  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  2. Opioid prescribing in pediatric populations
  3. Legislative policy
  4. Child abuse- TEN-4 FACESp

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

Tim Horeczko, MD, MSCR, FACEP, FAAP

Title: Senior Physician; Program Director, PEM; Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Institution: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Any topic in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Resuscitation
  2. Trauma
  3. Neonatology
  4. Congenital Heart Disease
  5. Toxicology
  6. Medical and Surgical Emergencies
  7. Analgesia and Sedation
  8. Cognitive Biases
  9. Leadership
  10. Heuristics
  11. Evidence-Based Medicine/Literature Reviews
  12. Translation of Medical Knowledge
  13. New Media

See CV under "International", "National", and "Regional" lectures

Link to CV

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Craig Goolsby, MD, MEd

Ilene Claudius, MD

Title: Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Director of Quality and Process Improvement, Department of Emergency Medicine, Harbor-UCLA
Institution: Harbor-UCLA Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  1. Pediatric Resuscitation
  2. Trauma
  3. Sedation
  4. STIs
  5. Street Drugs
  6. Concussion
  7. Respiratory Illness
  8. Cardiac Disease

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Craig Goolsby, MD, MEd

Jennifer Mitzman, MD

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Institution: The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Second victim syndrome
  2. Pediatrics
  3. Educational leadership
  1. Healing Your Healers - Recognition of and Recovery from Secondary Trauma
  2. The Power of Presentation
  3. Holistic Application Review - building a process that reflects your values and vision
  4. The pain free pediatric ED
  5. Ins and Outs: what's new in pediatric ingestions
  6. Recognition of At-Risk Children: Suicide, Abuse and Human Trafficking in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeff Caterino, MD

Diane P. Calello, MD, FACMT, FAACT, FAAP

Title: Professor of Emergency Medicine, Executive and Medical Director of the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Toxicology
  2. Medical Toxicology
  3. Public Health
  1. Pediatric Poisoning: Then and Now
  2. Pediatric Consequences of the Opioid Epidemic
  3. Cannabis Legalization: Implications for Safety and Advocacy
  4. We All Fall Down: Chemical Warfare
  5. Pediatric Lead Poisoning: A Persistent Hazard
  6. Pesticides and Politics
  7. Commonly Missed Toxicologic Diagnoses
  8. Poisons and Pregnancy

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Anne Runkle, MD

Title: Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Airway
  2. Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  3. Pediatric Resuscitation
  4. Pediatric Readiness
  1. Managing the Critically Ill Pediatric Patient in your Community ED
  2. Oh $#!+ It's a Baby: Pitfalls of Pediatric Airway Management
  3. Optimizing Pediatric Airway Management in Your ED
  4. Stabilization of the Critically Ill Pediatric Patient
  5. Pediatric Readiness in Your ED: Case-Based Discussion

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeffrey Caterino, MD, MPH

Selin T. Sagalowsky, MD, MPH, FAAP

Title: Vice Chair for Education, Scholarship, and Academic Development (Dept of EM); Program Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Institution: New York University Grossman School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Pediatric Emergency Medicine (esp: clinical reasoning in PEM
  2. Care of the medically complex child)
  3. Medical Education (esp: CBME, Dunning-Kruger Effect in Med ED
  4. DEI/Structural Competency in Simulation)
  5. Family Presence During Resuscitations & Patient- and Family-Centered Care and Education
  1. Would You Trust Them to Care for Your Mother? A Primer on Competency-Based Medical Education
  2. What Dunning and Kruger Can Teach Us About Teaching
  3. Structural Competency in Simulation Based Health Professions Education
  4. Top 10 Do-Not-Miss Pediatric Emergency Diagnoses
  5. Family Presence Facilitator Curriculum (together with Ellen Duncan, MD, PhD)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

 

Research

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Hamid Shokoohi, MD, MPH, FAEMUS

Title: Fellowship Director, Emergency Ultrasound, Associate Professor- Harvard Medical School
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital- Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Ultrasound
  2. Echocardiography
  3. Research
  1. Advanced Cardiac Ultrasound, Ultrasound in AAA
  2. Ultrasound in Hypotension and shock
  3. Ultrasound in Respiratory Distress
  4. Ultrasound Stewardship
  5. Research in Point-of-care Ultrasound
  6. Ultrasound in SBO
  7. Ultrasound in Diverticulitis
  8. Ultrasound in Acute MSK Injuries

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Lauren A. Walter MD, FACEP

Title: Associate Vice Chair, Associate Professor
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Research
  2. Education
  1. Sex- and Gender-based Medicine
  2. Opioid Use Disorder/Opioid Epidemic
  3. Social EM & Population Health
  4. Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
  5. Linkage
  6. ED Management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Marie-Carmelle Elie, MD

 

Kori Sauser Zachrison, MD, MSc

Title: Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine; Chief, Division of Health Services Research
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Research
  1. Toward Optimized Stroke Systems of Care: A Network Science-Guided Approach
  2. Strategies to Improve Stroke Care in Lower Resource Settings
  3. Network Science for Emergency Medicine
  4. I want to be an academic, but... [target: EM residents; ideally as a shared talk with Margaret Samuels-Kalow]

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA & Michael Van Rooyen, MD

Michael Pulia, MD, PhD, FACEP, FAAEM, FIDSA

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Research/QI
  1. Antibiotic stewardship as applied to ARTI/UTI/SSTI/Sepsis using human factors/systems engineering methods

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Manish Shah, MD, MPH

Margaret Samuels-Kalow, MD, MPhil, MSHP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Vice-Chair for Research
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Qualitative methods
  3. Pediatric EM
  1. From Frustration to Change: Disparities and Intervention Design
  2. Qualitative Methods for the Quantitatively Minded
  3. Neonatal Resuscitation
  4. Difficult Pediatric Airway

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

David C. Lee, MD, MS

Title: Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. NIH Funded Academic Research
  2. Geospatial Analysis
  3. Health Information Technology
  4. Chronic Disease Surveillance
  1. Using Emergency Department Data to Identify Hotspots of Acute and Chronic Disease and Perform Geographically Targeted Interventions

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Femia, MD, MBA

 

Self-Care/Wellness

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jennifer Mitzman, MD

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Institution: The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Second victim syndrome
  2. Pediatrics
  3. Educational leadership
  1. Healing Your Healers - Recognition of and Recovery from Secondary Trauma
  2. The Power of Presentation
  3. Holistic Application Review - building a process that reflects your values and vision
  4. The pain free pediatric ED
  5. Ins and Outs: what's new in pediatric ingestions
  6. Recognition of At-Risk Children: Suicide, Abuse and Human Trafficking in the ED

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Jeff Caterino, MD

Jennifer A. Walker, MD, FACEP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Texas Christian University Burnett SOM / Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Critical care
  2. Quality improvement
  3. Pain, agitation, and delirium
  4. Post-intensive care syndrome
  5. Self-care and wellness
  1. ICU Liberation
  2. Pain, agitation and delirium recognition and management
  3. Post-intensive care syndrome
  4. SHINES-MFG a guide to self-care
  5. Sepsis diagnosis and resuscitation
  6. Don’t Leave Me High and Dry: A Guide to High Altitude Illness
  7. ED Guide to seizure management

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Dr. Toral Bhakta

Christine Hein, MD

Title: Chief Wellness Officer
Institution: MaineHealth Medical Group and Maine Medical Center
Contact by Email
Bio: Available upon request

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Professional Satisfaction and Wellbeing in Medicine
  2. Burnout Reduction

Available upon request

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael Baumann, MD

Carolyn Joy Sachs, MD, MPH

Title: Clinical Professor, Department of Emergency medicine, David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine; Chairperson Domestic Violence Committee, UCLA Medical Center, Volunteer Medical Director FNS (Forensic Nurse Specialists Sexual Assault Examiner Program), Wellness Officer, UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine
Institution: UCLA
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Physician Wellbeing
  2. Intimate Partner Violence
  3. Sexual Assault
  4. Preventive Care and Lifestyle Medicine in the ED
  1. Physician Burnout and Well-being
  2. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Tobacco
  3. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Alcohol
  4. Using lifestyle changes to prevent and treat disease: Diet, Exercise, and mental health
  5. Challenging Interactions in Medicine
  6. Intimate Partner Violence
  7. Sexual Assault
  8. Workplace Violence
  9. Dangers on EKG in youngsters with syncope
  10. Abdominal Pain Cases
  11. An evidence-based Approach to oral analgesics for acute pain
  12. Case Studies in Abdominal Pain

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Gregory W. Hendey, MD

Ben White, MD

Title: Director, Center for Emergency Medicine Innovation
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. ED Operations
  2. Systems Improvement
  3. Patient Experience
  4. Staff Burnout
  5. Innovation in EM
  1. ED Operations
  2. Patient and Staff Experience
  3. Bring innovative thinking to the practice of emergency medicine more broadly

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

Social EM

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Titles of Presentations Available

Michelle Romeo, MD, FAAEM

Title: Assistant Clinical Professor
Institution: Temple University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social determinants of Health
  1. Structural Roots of the Housing Crisis

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert McNamara, MD

Margaret Samuels-Kalow, MD, MPhil, MSHP

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics; Vice-Chair for Research
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  In Person

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Qualitative methods
  3. Pediatric EM
  1. From Frustration to Change: Disparities and Intervention Design
  2. Qualitative Methods for the Quantitatively Minded
  3. Neonatal Resuscitation
  4. Difficult Pediatric Airway

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

Alister Martin, MD, MPP

Title: Assistant Professor
Institution: Harvard
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Opioid addiction
  2. Policy
  3. Civic health
  4. Voting
  5. Health
  6. Equity
  7. Social determinants of health
  1. Opioid addiction
  2. Policy
  3. Civic health
  4. Voting
  5. Health
  6. Equity
  7. Social determinants of health

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Novneet Sahu, MD, MPA, FAAEM, FAAFP

Title: Associate Professor
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Community Medicine
  2. Social Determinants of Health
  3. Global Health
  4. Urban Health
  5. Military Medicine
  6. Health Systems
  1. Aeromedical Physiology and In-flight Emergencies
  2. Asymmetric Healthcare and Low Resource Nimble Leadership
  3. Clinicians in a Coup d’état and Targeted Violence Against Health Care
  4. Climate Change and Health
  5. Immigrant, Refugee, and Migrant Health
  6. Mobile Integrated Healthcare and Community Paramedicine
  7. Primary Care for the Emergency Physician
  8. Social Drivers of Health
  9. Violence Interrupters and Community Health Workers

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Rama Salhi, MD, MHS, MSc

Title: Instructor
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Social EM
  2. Cardiac Arrest
  3. Trauma
  4. Structural Racism
  1. History of regionalization in trauma care and current implications for inequities in trauma outcomes
  2. The association between neighborhood structures and care and outcomes in cardiac arrest
  3. Structural racism and time-dependent acute care

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA, MPH

Telehealth

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Jarone Lee, MD, MPH, FCCM

Title: Vice Chief, Critical Care; Co-Founder Health Tech Without Borders, Inc.
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital- Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Telehealth
  2. Tele-disaster response
  3. Critical Care
  1. Responding to Humanitarian Disasters with Digital/Telehealth

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

 

Jared Conley, MD, PhD, MPH

Title: Associate Director, Healthcare Transformation Lab
Institution: MGH / Harvard
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Digital Health Transformation
  2. Hospital at Home
  3. Virtual Care
  4. ED at Home
  1. Digital Transformation of Emergency Medicine (STeMI X Keynote): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i57vQsKARVQ&list=PL88u7uc0Razht8IEX1kBksp-EOpW0Aynv&index=4

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Michael VanRooyen

Nick Lukens, MD

Title: Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director
Institution: MetroHealth
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education
  2. Wilderness Medicine
  1. "Wilderness as Wellness: Nature's Role in Mental Health"
  2. High altitude medicine
  3. Wilderness medicine

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Charles Emerman, MD

 

Ultrasound

Speaker Information

Titles of Presentations Available

Hamid Shokoohi, MD, MPH, FAEMUS

Title: Fellowship Director, Emergency Ultrasound, Associate Professor- Harvard Medical School
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital- Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Ultrasound
  2. Echocardiography
  3. Research
  1. Advanced Cardiac Ultrasound, Ultrasound in AAA
  2. Ultrasound in Hypotension and shock
  3. Ultrasound in Respiratory Distress
  4. Ultrasound Stewardship
  5. Research in Point-of-care Ultrasound
  6. Ultrasound in SBO
  7. Ultrasound in Diverticulitis
  8. Ultrasound in Acute MSK Injuries

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Daniel S. Morrison, MD

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Bedside Ultrasound
  2. Specifically Case Base Series of Interesting Cases
  3. Vascular Access
  4. Biliary
  1. Critical Ultrasound Findings

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert Eisenstein

Andrew Liteplo, MD

Title: Chief, Division of Emergency Ultrasound
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Point-of-Care Ultrasound
  1. Advanced Lung US
  2. Gastrointestinal US
  3. US of the Right Ventricle
  4. DVT US
  5. US Research
  6. US Education
  7. How to Run an US Division

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ali Raja, MD, MBA

Gabriel Rose, DO

Title: Co-Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Institution: Kaiser Permanente San Diego
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Emergency Ultrasound
  2. Point of Care Ultrasound
  1. Ultrasound
  2. Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks
  3. Critical Care Ultrasound

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Adam Schwartz, MD

Craig Sisson, MD, AEMUS, RDMS, FACEP

Title: Professor/Clinical, Vice Chair of Education, Chief Division of Ultrasound
Institution: The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Education (Ultrasound in particular)
  2. Academic Leadership
  3. Financial Strategy in Academics
  1. Ultrasound Topics
  2. Academic Leadership
  3. How to cope with a lawsuit
  4. Financial strategy in academics

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Ralph Riviello, MD

 

Stephen Alerhand, MD

Title: Asisstant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Virtual

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Point-of-care ultrasound
  2. Advanced echocardiography
  1. Critical care echocardiography

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Lewis Nelson, MD

Ryan C. Gibbons, MD, FAAEM, FACEP, FAIUM

Title: Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine; Director, AEMUS Fellowship; John M. Daly, MD & Measey Foundation Endowed Professor in Medical Education Innovation and Director, Ultrasound in Medical Education at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Institution: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both): Both

Areas of Expertise: 

  1. Point-of-care ultrasound
  1. All areas of point-of-care ultrasound (advanced, basic, & UME)

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Robert M. McNamara, MD, MAAEM

Sam Langberg, MD

Title: Director of Division of Emergency Ultrasound
Institution: Ochsner Health
Contact by Email
Link to Bio

Presentation Method (Virtual, In Person, or Both):  Both

Areas of Expertise:

  1. Ultrasound
  2. Medical Education
  1. Point of Care Ultrasound - presentations available for every exam type

Presentation endorsed by Chair: Nicole McCoin, MD, FAAEM, FACEP