SAEM Digital Highlights
SAEM Digital Highlights features digital content from SAEM committees.
SAEM Awards Committee
|SAEM Awards||All current SAEM Awards, presented in recognition of excellence in our field, for contributions improving the health of society, and for academic achievements. The awards committee is committed to an inclusive process of granting awards, reflecting the full spectrum of diversity of our membership. SAEM members are encouraged to nominate themselves or a colleague/peer during open nominations.|
|More National Awards||A list of awards presented each year by non-Emergency Medicine organizations for which academic emergency physicians are eligible. The published list was compiled and submitted by the SAEM Awards Committee in February 2018.|
|Past Award Winners||A comprehensive list of all past SAEM Award winners.|
SAEM RAMS (Residents and Medical Students)
Check out all the different ways you can stay in touch with what SAEM RAMS (Residents and Medical Students) is doing digitally!
|RAMS Twitter||Follow for SAEM RAMS news, Test Prep Tuesdays, and resident/medical student driven content|
|Podcasts||Ask-a-Chair Podcasts (also available via iTunes)|
|SOAR for RAMS||Check out all the SAEM18 annual meeting content pertinent to RAMS, all in one, easy-to-navigate place and organized by emergency medicine topic|
Stay tuned to the RAMS website for more upcoming RAMS Online Education
SAEM Research Committee
Featured Digital Highlight: SAEM Research Resources
SAEM's research committee has created a wealth of content to help you in your research
|Webinars and Research Learning Series||Live presentations, now recorded, on a variety of research topics|
|Grants||Links to a variety of funding opportunities, both within and outside of SAEM|
A wealth of information on conducting a research project, organized by stage from planning to publication and beyond
SAEM Social Media Committee
Featured Digital Highlight: SAEM’s Got Talent 2018
The SAEM Social Media Committee sponsors SAEM's Got Talent, a FOAMed-based competition where social media education creators present on blogs, podcasts, apps, or other forms of FOAMed which they created and maintain. This year’s SAEM’s Got Talent, hosted by thesgem’s Ken Milne, featured three exciting up and coming FOAMed resources, presented by their founders. From the algorithms of ddxof.com, literature reviews of the Ultrasound G.E.L podcast to the FOAMed crowdsourcing of Medforums.com, the future of EM Social Media is bright as SAEM members continue to be pioneers and continued innovators of FOAMed.
Medforums.com - Founder John Dayton, MD (@drjohnnyd) from the University of Utah presented MedForums, a website founding on crowd sourcing of online FOAMed content. He identified that there are a plethora of online resources that can be overwhelming, and he has created a forum in which medical professionals can vet the resources and create a ‘yelp’ for FOAMed resources.
View John's SAEM's Got Talent presentation
ddxof.com - Founder Tom Fadial, MD (@thame) a faculty member of UT Houston Department of Emergency Medicine, created a site full of ED-based diagnostic algorithms that can be used as study tools or just-in-time care in an easily digestible flow-chart format in conjunction with WikiEM’s content.
View Tom's SAEM's Got Talent presentation
Ultrasound G.E.L - Founder Michael Prats, MD (@PratsEM) from The Ohio State University created a podcast reviewing the most recent evidence in the Point of Care Ultrasound partnered with online infographics. Two years into their creating, they have a following of over 33,000 downloads per month. Dr. Prats was the winner of this year’s SAEM’s Got Talent!
View Michael's SAEM's Got Talent presentation