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Four Days of SAEM20 Streaming!

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Times are all CDT. All sessions will be live streamed on SAEM Facebook and SAEM YouTube. Some interactive sessions require registration to participate in Q&A.

 

DateTimeSession
Tuesday, May 129:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDTVirtual Grant Writing WorkshopSold Out.
Tuesday, May 121:30 PM – 5:30 PM CDTTelehealth in EM During the COVID Crisis: Lessons Learned

Judd Hollander, MD, senior vice president of Healthcare Delivery Innovation at TJU, associate dean for strategic health initiatives, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and professor & vice chair of finance and healthcare enterprises in the department of emergency medicine
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Wednesday, May 1311:00 AM – 11:30 AM CDTRemarks from the outgoing and incoming SAEM presidents 

2019–2020 SAEM President Dr. Ian B.K. Martin, Medical College of Wisconsin 

2020–2021 SAEM President Dr. James F. Holmes, University of California Davis Health System

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Wednesday, May 1312:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT

COVID-19 Keynote Address: Emergency Physicians and Public Health Providers: The New Pandemicists

Leana S. Wen, MD, MSc, visiting professor of health policy and management, George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health.

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Wednesday, May 131:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT

Special Session on COVID-19: Diagnostics

David H. Persing, MD, PhD, executive vice president, chief medical and technology officer, Cepheid

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Wednesday, May 135:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDTEMRA's Cocktails with Chairs in Collaboration with SAEM RAMS

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Thursday, May 1411:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT

Medical Education Keynote Address: Efficiencies in Education: How to Hack Educational Training to Get From 10,000 Hours to 100 Hours

Jonathan Sherbino, MD, MEd, professor of medicine, assistant dean of health professions education research, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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Thursday, May 1412:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT

Special Session on COVID-19: Therapeutics

Paul G. Auwaerter, MBA, MD, clinical director, division of infectious diseases and professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine 

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Thursday, May 141:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT

Plenary Session (Presentation of Abstracts 1–4)

1. Comparative Effectiveness of Two Individualized Acute Pain Treatment Communication Tools: The Life Stories for Opioid Risk Reduction in the Emergency Department (STORRIED) Study (Zachary Meisel, MD, MPH, MSHP, Center for Emergency Care Policy and Research University of Pennsylvania-Perelman School of Medicine)

2. Disparities in Gender Representation and Salary in Emergency Medicine Leadership Roles (Jennifer Wiler, MD, MBA, Denver Health Medical Center/University of Colorado School of Medicine)

3. A National Evaluation of Emergency Department Pediatric Readiness and Outcomes Among United States Trauma Centers (Craig Newgard, MD, MPH, Oregon Health & Science University)

4. One and Done? Performance of a Single, Low High-Sensitivity Troponin in a Multisite United States Cohort (Brandon Allen, MD, University of Florida)

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Thursday, May 145:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDTRAMS: Maintaining Momentum: Resident and Medical Student Education and Research in the Era of COVID-19

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Friday, May 1511:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT

Special Session on COVID-19: Rebuilding after the COVID-19 Shutdown: Choices for the Healthcare System

Lisa L Maragakis, MD, MPH, senior director of infection prevention, associate professor of medicine, John Hopkins Medicine

Josh M. Sharfstein, MD, vice dean for public health practice and community engagement, professor of the practice, Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Friday, May 1512:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT

Plenary Session (Presentation of Abstracts 5–7)

5. FEED-ER: A Novel Tool for Assessing the Quality of Feedback in the Emergency Room (Sreeja Natesan, MD, Duke University)

6. Wellness in Academic Emergency Medicine: Initial Exploration of 2019 Survey of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Physician Membership (Andra Blomkalns, MD, MBA, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine)

7. Prevalence of Bacteremia and Meningitis in Febrile Infants Less Than or Equal to 60 Days With Positive Urinalyses (Prashant Mahajan, MD, MPH, MBA, University of Michigan)

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