AWAEM Toxicology Speakers

Speaker InformationSpeaking Categories

Name: Caroline Freiermuth MS, MHS

Title: Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Institution: University of Cincinnati
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Contact: caroline.freiermuth@uc.edu
Twitter: @carolsuefry

 

Bio: Dr. Freiermuth is an associate professor of emergency medicine and serves as the residency research director at the University of Cincinnati. She has been conducting research regarding sickle cell disease since 2011 and is passionate about educating others regarding the morbidity and mortality of this disease, the disparities experienced by this patient population and the appropriate acute management when presenting to the ED. She serves as the chair elect for the Emergency Department Sickle Cell Care Coalition, aimed at improving the ED care for patients with sickle cell disease across the country. Dr. Freiermuth is an advocate for safe and effective pain management, and has been a proponent of harm reduction efforts surrounding opioid use. She is currently a co-chair of the pain stewardship committee at the University of Cincinnati and a leader in the Scientific Committee on Opioid Prevention and Education for the state of Ohio. Her research has included naloxone distribution, medications for opioid use disorder, and genomics of OUD. https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Individuals-and-Families/Victims/SCOPE#:~:text=To%20that%20end%2C%20Attorney%20General,succumb%20to%20substance%20use%20disorder
https://www.acep.org/by-medical-focus/hematology/sickle-cell/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/1TMJmVnFb19Qn/bibliography/public/

  • Public Health (Health policy
  • Injury prevention
  • substance use disorders)
  • Research (Funding
  • Methodology)
  • Toxicology
  • Sickle cell disease

 

Name: Jennifer Love, MD

Title: Fellow, Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine

Institution: Oregon Health & Science University

Location: Portland, OR
Contact: loveje@ohsu.edu
Twitter: @JLoveMD

Bio: Jennifer Love is a medical toxicology fellow at Oregon Health & Science University. She received her medical degree from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She trained in emergency medicine at the University of Pennsylvania where she also served as chief resident. She is passionate about toxicology, opioid use disorder and mentoring women in medicine. She currently serves as the AWAEM Didactics Committee chair

  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Mentorship/Sponsorship
  • Public Health
  • Toxicology

Name: Camiron L. Pfennig, MD, MHPE

Title: Residency Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine

Institution: Prisma Health Greenville 
Location: Greenville, SC
Contact: cami.pfennig@prismahealth.org

 

Bio: Dr. Pfennig-Bass is a graduate of Marquette University and the Indiana University School of Medicine and currently serves as the Residency Program Director of Prisma Health Greenville Emergency Medicine Residency. Dr. Pfennig started the residency program in July 2017. She is an Associate Professor of EM at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville and Clemson University School of Health Research. In addition to her GME roles, she also serves as the Faculty Director of the Colleges and as an Osler College Mentor at the medical school. Following her Chief Residency at Indiana University, Dr. Pfennig completed the ACEP Teaching Fellowship and then obtained her Masters of Health Professions Education from Vanderbilt University. Prior to the transition to Greenville from Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Pfennig was the Director of Undergraduate Medical Education and EM physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Pfennig’s EM interests include Student and Resident Education, Curriculum Development, Instructional Design, Obstetrical Emergencies, and Electrolyte-related Emergencies. She enjoys speaking at the local, regional, and national level to improve education in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Pfennig balances her career with her beautiful family with her husband, David and two small children, Harper and Berkleigh. https://schealthsciencescenter.org/emergency-medicine-residency-greenville/ 
www.greenvilleem.org 
http://transformingmedschool.com/2016/02/02/emergency-medicine-at-uscsomg-and-ghs-part-1/ 
http://transformingmedschool.com/2016/02/09/emergency-medicine-at-uscsomg-and-ghs-part-2/ 
http://transformingmedschool.com/2016/02/16/emergency-medicine-at-uscsomg-and-ghs-part-3/ 
http://transformingmedschool.com/2016/04/12/the-college-program-and-the-college-cup/ 

Grand rounds lectures, Monthly Grand Rounds for our department/residency.

  • Education (Residency/Clerkships
  • Simulation
  • FOAM
  • innovations)
  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Mentorship/Sponsorship
  • Metabolic emergencies
  • Ob/Gyn Emergencies
  • Cardiac Emergencies
  • Emergency Airway
  • Gender Disparities
  • Implicit bias
  • Global Health
  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Mentorship/Sponsorship
  • Neurologic Emergencies
  • Pediatrics
  • Public Health (Health policy
  • Injury prevention
  • substance use disorders)
  • Toxicology
  • Trauma and Critical Care
  • Wellness
  • Work-life Integration

Name: Linda Regan, M.D., M.Ed.

Title: Vice Chair for Education, Residency Director, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Institution: Johns Hopkins
Location: Baltimore, MD
Contact: lregan@jhmi.edu
Twitter: @LRinMD

 

Bio: Linda Regan, M.D. M.Ed. is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins. She serves as the Vice Chair for Education and oversees all educational programs including the residency program, for which she serves as the director for the past 11 years, undergraduate medical education programs, fellowship and faculty development programs. She is the recipient of both of the national Emergency Medicine Program Director awards that exist, one from the Emergency Medicine Resident Association and one from the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD). Dr. Regan has a Masters in Education for Health Professions from Johns Hopkins with a focus in educational research. She has authored over 30 peer-reviewed publications and given over 60 national talks, spanning from education and leadership topics, to clinical topics with a focus on special populations seen in the ED. She is well known within Emergency Medicine nationally as a leader, educator, and researcher with a special interest in developing expert learners and providing counsel on remediation to program directors. She has served on the Board of Directors for CORD, the program committees for both CORD and the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), and was nominated to serve as an oral board certification examiner with the American Board of Emergency Medicine. She also currently sits on the Resident Review Committee (RRC) within the Accreditation Counsel for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31287741/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30686049/
https://www.jgme.org/doi/full/10.4300/JGME-D-15-00060.1
https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/profiles/results/directory/profile/0013429/linda-regan Small group lectures, Residency didactic lectures, Grand rounds lectures.

  • Education (Residency/Clerkships
  • Simulation
  • FOAM
  • innovations)
  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Mentorship/Sponsorship
  • Special populations (e.g. dialysis patients
  • transplant patients)
  • How to be your best learner (practical tips based on learning theory and personal research)
  • Bedside teaching
  • Faculty development topics
    Special populations (e.g. dialysis patients
  • Cardiac Emergencies
  • Education (Residency/Clerkships
  • Simulation
  • FOAM
  • innovations)
  • Gender Disparities
  • Implicit bias
  • Leadership
  • Professional development
  • Mentorship/Sponsorship
  • Neurologic Emergencies
  • Pediatrics
  • Toxicology
  • Trauma and Critical Care
  • Ultrasound