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Pediatric EM Opportunities at SAEM21

If you are an academic EM physician with a specialty interest in pediatrics, or if you are interested in further exploring the subspecialty of pediatric emergency medicine, SAEM21 Virtual Meeting is the place to be! We’ve expanded our pediatric educational content and networking opportunities beyond anything we’ve offered before. Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect. (For a more detailed schedule, visit the SAEM21 program planner)   

  • Pathways to Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Pediatric Emergency Medicine Interest Group Sponsored)
  • Practice-Changing Research in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Synopses of the Best New Papers
  • The Pediatric, Point-of-Care Ultrasound, Game-Changing Phenomena: Early Recognition During Serious Illness (AEUS and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Interest Group Sponsored)
  • Ethical Issues in Research Involving Children
  • Knowledge Translation in the 21st Century: What Can the Emergency Medical Services for Children Innovation and Improvement Center Do for You? (Program Committee and Pediatric Interest Group Sponsored)
  • Joining Forces! Creating a Regional Pediatric Emergency Medicine Education Collaborative in Northern California (Pediatric Emergency Medicine Interest Group Sponsored)
  • Plenary Abstracts
    • Integrated Omics Endotyping of Infants With Respiratory Syncytial Virus Bronchiolitis
    • Impact of Race and Ethnicity on Emergency Medical Services Administration of Opioid Pain Medications for Injured Children
  • Oral Abstracts
    • Assessment of Behavioral Health Care Costs for Pediatric Emergency Department Patients Using Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing
    • Does Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Increase Risk of Minor Blunt Head Trauma in Children?
    • Early Utilization of the Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block to Treat Acute Migraine Headache in Pediatric Patients
    • Respiratory Viral Detection Does Not Alter Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network Febrile Infant Rule Accuracy for Serious Bacterial Infections
    • What 9-1-1 Gets You: Who Has Appropriate Access to a Pediatric Trauma Center?
    • What’s the Risk? Assessing Bacteremia in Febrile Pediatric Oncology Patients With Viral Infections
    • Evaluation of Digital Otoscopy in Pediatric Patients: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
    • Traumatic Injury Clinical Trial Evaluating Tranexamic Acid in Children: A Pilot Trial
  • Lightning Oral Abstracts
    • “No Labs, No Problem!”: The Utility of Preoperative Labs for Healthy Children With Supracondylar Fractures
    • Acute Care Costs of Pediatric Sports-Related Head Injuries in Australia (Pediatric EM Interest Group Sponsored)
    • Health Care Utilization During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survey of Caregivers in a Pediatric Emergency Department
    • Heart Rate Variability to Detect Worsening Suicidality in Adolescents: A Pilot Trial of Wearable Technology
    • Ketaban: Nebulized Ketamine for Pain Control in the Pediatric Population
    • Pediatric Constipation Evaluation in the Emergency Department Practice Patterns and Trends Amongst Provider Types
    • Pediatric Vulvovaginal Lacerations in a Community-Based Population
    • Stress Testing the Predictability and Stability of a Pediatric Emergency Care-Applied Research Network Rule
    • Techniques for Nasal Foreign Body Removal in the Emergency Department
    • The Landscape of Medications Administered Nationally in Camps: Can We Be Safe?
    • Trends in Emergency Department Testing and Management of Hypothermic Infants
    • Use of Lactate as a Predictor of Pediatric Submersion Injury Severity
    • Acute Toxicity Associated With Cannabis Use: Smoking vs Snacking
    • Novel Use of the National Emergency Medical Services Information System to Create a Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network-Specific Emergency Medical Services Patient Registry
    • Pediatric Diphenhydramine Ingestions Reported to National Poison Database System, 2007-2019
    • A Pilot Study Testing Intranasal Ketamine for the Treatment of Procedural Anxiety in Children
    • Addition of Mid-Thigh Circumference Improves Predictive Ability of Broselow Tape Weight Estimation
    • Augmented Reality in Pediatric Septic Shock Simulation
    • Chest X-Ray Utilization in Febrile Infants Aged 60 Days or Less in the Emergency Department
    • Effects of a Global Pandemic on Pediatric Trauma Seen in a Level 1 Trauma Center
    • Examining How Having Children in the Home Impacts the Beliefs of Gun Owners: A National Survey
    • Impact of a Statewide Protocol Change on Prehospital Management of Bronchiolitis: A Pre-Post Analysis
    • Implementation of Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinator Activities Across Eight States
    • Radiation Dose for Computed Tomography of the Brain In Pediatric Patients at Emergency Departments
    • Retroscope Is 2020: Evaluating Pediatric 72-Hour Return Rates Between Pediatric and General Emergency Departments
    • Shifting Trends in Emergency Department Pediatric Psychiatric Visits After the Arrival of COVID-19
    • The Importance of Patient Insurance Status in Pediatric Emergency Care Regionalization Patterns
    • Epidemiological Trends of Pediatric Open Globe Injuries in the United States
    • Feasibility of Virtual, Relationship-Centered Communication Training in a Pediatric Emergency Department
    • Performance of a Pediatric Scoring Rule for Clinically Important Intra-Abdominal Injuries
    • Timing of Epinephrine Administration for Pediatric Patients With Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
    • A Faster Computed Tomography Scanner Means Fewer Sedations for Head Computed Tomography in Children
    • A Retrospective Review of Consent Documentation for Procedural Sedation in the Pediatric Emergency Department
    • A Retrospective Review of Pediatric Opioid Ingestions and the Use of Naloxone
    • Adaptation of a Clinical Decision Support System for Child Abuse Evaluation in the Emergency Department
    • Application of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network Febrile Infant Decision Rule to Expanded Cohort of Infants 0-28 Days
    • Boston Febrile Infant Protocol 2.0: Improving Care of the Febrile Infant 29-60 Days of Age
    • Changes in Pediatric Emergency Department Presentations During the COVID-19 Pandemic in New York City
    • Characterizing Emergency Department Utilization of Homeless Pediatric Patients in a Large Health System (RAMS Sponsored)
    • Codeine Dispensing Among Emergency Department Pediatric Patients, 2010-2019
    • Comparing Pediatric Opioid Prescribing Practices From Pediatric vs General Emergency Departments
    • COVID-19 Anxiety and Burnout in Pediatric Emergency Department Health Care Providers
    • Criticality Index Conducted in Emergency Department Triage
    • Defining Severe Injury in Pediatric Trauma
    • Effectiveness of a Screening Tool in Identifying Nonaccidental Trauma in Children
    • Effectiveness of a Triage Travel Screen to Detect Travel-Related Illness in a Pediatric Emergency Department
    • Estimating the Weight of Children in Uganda: Comparing the Broselow, PAWPER XL-MAC, and Mercy Methods
    • Factors Associated With Three-Day Revisits to Pediatric Emergency Departments
    • Mental Health Service Utilization and Expenditures for Children Pre- and Post-Firearm Injury
    • Prevalence of Adversities Related to Social Determinants of Health Among Children With Multiple Emergency Department Visits
    • Reducing Time to Resolution of Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis: Does it Help to Start Insulin Early?
    • Risk Factors for Prolonged Procedural Intravenous Ketamine Sedation in the Pediatric Emergency Department
    • Screening for Human Trafficking in the Pediatric Emergency Department: A Pre- and Post-Intervention Study
    • Utility of Asymptomatic COVID-19 Testing in Emergency Department Pediatric Patients
    • Utilization of Pediatric Emergency Care in New York City During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic
    • Age-Dependent Differences in Playground Slide-Related Injury Mechanisms Among Young Children
    • Epidemiology of United States Ocular Injuries at Home in Preschool-Aged Children From 2000-2019
    • Physician Self-Identified Race and Opioid Prescription Practices in the Pediatric Emergency Department (Pediatric EM Interest Group and Equity and Inclusion Committee Sponsored)
    • Trends in Pediatric and Adolescent Emergency Department and Follow-up Visits for Mental Health Diagnoses
  • IGNITE!
    • Transgender Teens in the Emergency Department: People, Not Pronouns
  • Innovation
    • Gamification: Engaging Trainees Using Play to Practice Managing High Risk but Low Frequency Situations