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  • SAEM The Reason for Research Guide logo
    The Reason for Research

    Oct 27, 2021

    A career with a focus on academic research in emergency medicine (EM) is a rigorous but thrilling career path, providing intellectual stimulation, variety, autonomy, and the potential to impact many areas of acute care, including hospital operations. “The Reason for Research” is a comprehensive guide for medical students, residents, and junior faculty who may be interested in pursuing an academic career in emergency medicine research. It provides an overview of a career in EM research, including career planning tips, information on required education and training, and advice and inspiration from some of the top researchers in emergency medicine.

  • SAEM Fellowship Program Guide logo
    Fellowship Program Guide

    Oct 27, 2021

    The Fellowship Program Guide is a comprehensive, online tool that offers advice and resources for creating and leading emergency medicine fellowship programs from the ground up. It includes detailed chapters on problem identification, general needs assessment, targeted needs assessment, goals and objectives, educational strategies, implementation, and evaluation and feedback.

  • SAEM Foundation Donor Guide

    Apr 27, 2021

    At a time when the life-saving importance of emergency medicine has never been more widely understood, less than one percent of National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding supports research in the specialty. The COVID-19 pandemic shines a light on the need for expert, evidence-driven care in medical crises from the everyday to the epidemic—and the quality of that care depends on the strength of the research that supports it. Learn more about the SAEM Foundation, our specialty’s leader in funding EM research, as well as details about our robust grants initiative, in the SAEMF Donor Guide.

  • SAEM Academic Career Guide

    Apr 27, 2021

    The Academic Career Guide is a comprehensive how-to manual for students, residents, fellows, and early career emergency physicians interested in pursuing a career in academic emergency medicine (EM). It includes tips and strategies for working toward positions such as department chair, residency program director, clerkship director, and dean. The Academic Career Guide is a useful tool for anyone who is still growing in his or her academic EM career.

  • SAEM Membership Guide

    Apr 27, 2021

    The SAEM Membership Guide highlights all the programs, services, and opportunities the Society offers its members, takes new members through the ins and outs of the organization and shows them the ropes, and gives all members the tools and information to make the most of their SAEM membership… all in one fun, easy-to-use, interactive format.

  • Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine Toolkit

    Apr 27, 2021

    The AWAEM Toolkit is a helpful digital guide that offers advice and resources for the challenges and opportunities which arise for women in academic emergency medicine. Chapters cover topics including professional development, mentoring, promotion, recruitment/support, grant writing, developing scholarship, wellness, and gender-specific needs.

  • Academic Promotion Toolkit: A Quick Guide to Promotion for the Uninitiated

    Apr 26, 2021

    The Academic Promotion Toolkit provides a brief, pragmatic approach to the promotion process. Endorsed by seven SAEM Academies, this “Quick Guide to Promotion for the Uninitiated,” is intended to provide a useful framework to help assistant professors reach the associate professor milestone.

  • Immigration Advocacy Toolkit

    Apr 23, 2021

    Sponsored by the Social Emergency Medicine & Population Health Interest Group, the Immigration Advocacy Toolkit is designed to provide information, guidance, and resources to emergency department clinicians, staff, and operations teams to give welcoming and person-centered emergency care to immigrants. This resource can be used to develop a more immigration-informed emergency department that supports a variety of needs for immigrants who seek care in the ED.