SAEM features podcasts on a wide range of topics, including select articles from our academic journals, current issues for residents and medical students, and best practices for emergency medicine education.
SAEM’s general podcast channel features interviews with leaders in emergency medicine discussing a wide variety of challenges and opportunities vital to our practice and profession.
In-depth conversations with authors of select articles featured in SAEM's flagship journal, Academic Emergency Medicine. Each podcast is hosted by Ken Milne, MD or Gita Pensa, MD, and focuses on original research relevant to the practice and investigation of emergency care.
Gita Pensa, MD, highlights key articles from Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training, SAEM's peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing information relevant to education and training in emergency medicine.
Sponsored and moderated by SAEM Residents and Medical Students (RAMS), these podcasts cover essential topics for emergency physicians-in-training and often feature interviews with leaders in academic emergency medicine.
Leaders in medical education provide quick, “bite-sized” takeaways on the basics of teaching at the bedside in the emergency department.
This podcast series from Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design in Medical Education (ARMED MedEd) focuses on faculty development.
Hosts Nate Lewis, MD and Scott Wieters, MD, from the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) provide up-to-date guidance for medical students interested in a career in EM.