Research Learning Series

Did you know that the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) is now offering LIVE online education on popular Emergency Medicine Research topics via its Research Learning Series?

In keeping with SAEM’s mission to provide high-quality research and educational innovation in emergency care, SAEM is hosting a high-yield, interactive Research Learning Series for novice and mid-career researchers in emergency medicine. These monthly 60-minute sessions feature valuable research content delivered by experts in the field of emergency research. Sign up for the upcoming events for free, or view past podcasts and lectures below.

Upcoming Events

 

August 14th, 2019, 1pm CT - Involving Your Community in Clinical Research, Phillip D Levy MD, MPH - Wayne State University

Sign up now (free) 

Podcasts

Research Learning Series podcasts, in collaboration with Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM)

Exception from Informed Consent
Dr. Jill Baren
University of Pennsylvania

How to Turn Your Interest into Research
Dr. Zachary Meisel
University of Pennsylvania

Writing a Winning Abstract for a Scientific Meeting
Dr. Daren Beam
Indiana University

Writing Specific Aims for a Grant
Dr. Michael Puskarich
Hennepin Medical Center

 

 


Dealing with Grant Proposal Rejections
Dr. Rob Ehrman
Wayne State University

Common IRB Pitfalls
Dr. James Paxton
Wayne State University School of Medicine

Online Lectures

How to Perform Community-Based Participatory ResearchMahshid Abir, MD, MSc - University of Michigan
Mobile Technology in Emergency MedicineElizabeth Burner, MD, MPH, MSci, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Needles and Haystacks: Looking for Medical Education Research FundingLarry D. Gruppen, PhD, University of Michigan
So I Got the Grant, Now What?Bernard Chang, MD, PhD, Columbia University

Challenges Getting Started in EM Education Research

Wendy Coates, MD, Harbor UCLA
Gloria Kuhn, DO, PhD, Wayne State University School of Medicine

Sarah Michael, DO, MS, University of Colorado School of Medicine

How to Draft a Manuscript

Craig Newgard, MD, MPH
Oregon Health & Sciences University

How to Be a Good Research Mentor / Mentee


Corita Grudzen, MD, MPH,New York University
Michael Gottlieb, MD, Rush University Medical Center
Navigating Literature Review: Approach and ToolsVijaya Arun Kumar, MD, DPH (India), MPH
Wayne State University

Planning Your Research Budget

Caroline Freiermuth, MD

Duke University

These Are Not the Facts You're Looking For: Understanding Bias in Clinical ResearchRobert Ehrman, MD
Assistant Director of Emergency Ultrasound, Wayne State University
A Persuasive Page One with Effective Specific AimsAnne Libby, PhD and Andrew Monte, MD
University of Colorado
How to Become an EM ResearcherKyle Gunnerson, MD, FCCM
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, and Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan
Emanuel P. Rivers, MD, MPH
Vice Chairman and Director of Research at Henry Ford Hospital
James H. Paxton, MD, MBA (Moderator)
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Research Ethics

James H. Paxton, MD, MBA
Chairman, MP2 Institutional Review Board (IRB), Wayne State University (WSU) Assistant Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSU SOM) 

Chart Reviews in Emergency MedicineBryn Mumma, MD, MAS
Assistant Professor, University of California, Davis

Building ED Associate Program

Nancy Kwon, MD and Nidhi Garg, MD
Northwell Health