Upcoming Webinars


Past Webinars

  • Preference/Program Signaling: A Crash Course for the Upcoming Application Cycle

    Jul 19, 2022

    Preference/program signaling (PS) is a concept rooted in game theory and developed in labor economics to address the challenge of employers not being able to perform a detailed analysis of all potential applicants and aiding them with identifying high-yield employee prospects. There have been a lot of questions about the role PS will play in the upcoming residency application cycle in emergency medicine. This webinar covers the background on PS, provides general advice for how to approach signal utilization, and discusses potential limitations of this process.

  • Pearls & Pitfalls in Medical Education Scholarship

    Jun 9, 2022

    To promote diversity and inclusion in geriatric emergency medicine, a panel of respected experts in medical education discuss how to improve the chances of getting your next medical education project published. The panel covers common pitfalls in MedEd scholarship as well as provides tips for faculty who endeavor to increase their success in publishing MedEd works.

  • ADIEM Presents: Transition from Trainee to Faculty

    Jan 18, 2022

    This session will offer trainees and newly minted faculty an opportunity to hear from other junior faculty who are finding their space and advancing their careers in academic medicine. The panelists will share their experiences navigating the job market, identifying an academic home and developing a niche in academic medicine.

  • AGEISM in Emergency Medicine

    Jan 18, 2022

    To promote diversity and inclusion in geriatric emergency medicine, the Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (AGEM) and the Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (ADIEM) host their first ever combined AGEM/ADIEM webinar. Topics include ageism as a concept, "elder speak," and age-related disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Making Virtual Lectures Engaging

    Dec 17, 2021

    As emergency medicine educators in the setting of COVID-19, we have had to adapt our residency didactics to virtual platforms. Join us for an informative panel discussion on how to make virtual didactic sessions engaging!

  • Developing an Academic Career in EM

    Dec 17, 2021

    This talk is geared toward fellows and early career physicians who are looking for ways to develop an academic career in emergency medicine. Presenters Sanchez and Kayden will discuss ways to build a long-term plan and academic careers for those who are not planning on making grant-funded research the bulk of their portfolio. They will touch on elements to consider in a career, contingency plans, work life balance, and mentorship.

  • Faculty Development Webinar Series: Reinforcing your wellness: What’s your value?

    Nov 19, 2021

    Learn how identifying your values plays an integral role in your wellness strategy. Small changes in awareness can lead to big changes in motivation, happiness, and success. In this workshop we will learn the connection between your values and your happiness.

  • Faculty Development Committee: Bias in Medical Education

    Nov 15, 2021

    There is bias in medical education, yet many educators are unaware of the extent of bias that currently exists. Addressing bias is key and crucial to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in medicine. A collaboration of ADIEM and the Equity and Inclusion Education Subcommittee, the session will discuss how medical educators can advocate for changes in curricula, evaluation, and recommendations systems to mitigate bias. The didactic will include discussions about implicit/unconscious bias; leaky pipeline; recruitment and faculty development without intentionality; bias in faculty evaluations; benefits of diverse representation; and race-based medicine. This webinar is a cosponsorship from ADIEM, Equity and Inclusion, AWAEM, CDEM, and RAMS.

  • SAEM22 - How to Write a Winning Abstract

    Nov 8, 2021

    Are you planning to submit an abstract for SAEM22? Do you want to improve your research to increase the impact of your work and strengthen the possibility of having it accepted for plenary presentation? Presented by Colin Greineder, MD, and Nick Mohr, MD, SAEM Program Committee Scientific Subcommittee chairs. This webinar includes a review of the scoring criteria, discussion, and Q&A on how to prepare a successful abstract submission.

  • Tips for Effective On-Shift Teaching: Becoming the Best Clinical Educator to Medical Students that You Can Be

    Nov 4, 2021

    Hosted jointly by the Education Committee and RAMS Board, this webinar will feature a panel of 8 Emergency Medicine faculty and fellows from across the country with special interest and expertise in clinical education. We will dive into best practices for effectively teaching medical students while on shift. The event will include both predetermined discussion topics and time for attendants to ask their own questions. We hope you are able to join us!

  • “You're on Mute": Lessons Learned & Best Practice for Taking Simulation Virtual

    Nov 4, 2021

    This engaging panel will discuss their experiences conducting virtual simulation for a wide range of objectives. They will share challenges encountered, lessons learned, and best practices for conducting virtual simulation followed by Q&A from the audience.

  • ADIEM Presents: Pathways to Professor

    Oct 27, 2021

    With a focus on equity and inclusion, this session will offer junior faculty an opportunity to hear from senior faculty who have been successful in advancing their academic careers. The panelists will share their lessons learned for success as well as pitfalls to avoid. This is a moderated panel discussion with a Q&A from the audience.

  • FDC: Emotional Intelligence: A Vital Trait for Effective Leaders

    Sep 29, 2021

    During this webinar we will be defining emotional intelligence, describing ways to maximize your emotional intelligence, and explain why it is so important in leadership

  • Acute Agitation Associated with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders: What Can Be Improved?

    Sep 29, 2021

    Acute agitation is a behavioral emergency that is very common in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders; it presents along a spectrum from mild to severe, with most behavioral signs consistent with mild to moderate agitation. However, if escalated, agitation poses a potential safety risk to staff and patients. This program will take the audience through an in-depth look into acute agitation as it presents in the acute care setting, discuss current practice, and use a real-world patient case to illustrate de-escalation and guideline-recommended management approaches for agitation. Attendees can look forward to a highly interactive presentation, led by an industry expert, and a Q&A session following the presentation.

  • From Match to Promotion Webinar Series: Contract Negotiation-Securing your First Job like a Pro

    Sep 28, 2021

    Come learn all that you need to know to successfully negotiate your first contract out of residency from expert panelists.

  • Hot-Off-the-Press! 2021-22 EM Residency Application Cycle Updates

    Sep 15, 2021

    With COVID-19 as a catalyst, we have seen huge changes in the processes of rotating, applying, and interviewing emergency medicine applicants. Join us for a live webinar to hear from some of the primary leaders who helped to author these changes. We will review how this year’s guidance addresses far more than social distancing requirements and what is likely to be the new norm for EM-bound students

  • SAEM Didactics Webinar: Best Practices

    Sep 8, 2021

    Dr. Ryan LaFollette and Dr. Jean Scofi offer tips and tricks for submitting a stellar didactic. The presentation also provides an opportunity for those who are new to the SAEM submission process to ask questions and receive additional guidance.

  • RAMS: Surviving Medical Training During the Pandemic: Being Well and Staying Well

    Aug 31, 2021

    Burnout levels are high in emergency medicine and are higher due to the pandemic. Medical trainees often feel a lack of control over the many challenging situations that lead to burnout and lower professional fulfillment.Using design thinking and compassion, we will offer several strategies for trainees to understand their circle of influence and how they can be more effective and efficient with the scarcity of time that they have.

  • FDC: So, You Want to Be a Clinical/Academic Leader... Pearls and Pitfalls to Consider in Successfully Navigating a Career

    Aug 27, 2021

    Dr. Sanjey Gupta will discuss the transition to residency or department leadership positions for academic emergency physicians. He will discuss the upsides and downsides of leadership transition and essential personal/professional considerations for the individual prior to role changing. Further, he will discuss the concept of leadership skills needs assessment for the individual and the development of a personal checklist to ensure success. This webinar is appropriate for junior faulty, mid-career faculty, senior residents and anyone else considering career leadership movement.

  • Secrets to a Successful Academic Career-Think Tripod

    Aug 3, 2021

    A career in academic emergency medicine has many ups and downs. Very few faculty have a career trajectory that remains constant. This webinar will discuss how to manage a career by accepting the challenges we face.