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SAEM Academy Podcasts, sponsored by RAMS

SAEM Academy podcasts may be found below. Please note they are also available on iTunes

 

Michelle D. Lall, MD, Emory University School of Medicine

 

Moderator: Caitlin Rublee, PGY-3, The Ohio State University Department of Emergency Medicine 

  1. Give us background on how the SAEM Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM) was started and your mission now.
  2. How would you describe the people in your academy in three words?
  3. Can you tell us more about the pioneering women of EM legacy videos and what they mean for our specialty?
  4. What are the best ways for residents and medical students to get involved with your academy?
  5. What resources does your academy have for students and residents? Any opportunities for men?
  6. What do you wish you would've known as a young resident interested in academic emergency medicine? 

Greg Archual, MBA, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

 

Moderator: Caitlin Rublee, PGY-3, The Ohio State University Department of Emergency Medicine 

1. Who makes up the SAEM Academy of Administrators in Academic Emergency Medicine and what is your role? 
2. What are some of the Academy’s current goals and projects? 
3. Share your experience working with a national organization as compared with institutional work.
4. How can students and residents work with the Academy to further academic emergency medicine?
5. What do you want residents to understand about the administrative side of academic emergency medicine?
6. What qualities do successful leaders in emergency medicine possess in your experience? 
7. What can students and residents do to learn more about administration in EM? 

Luan Lawson, MD, The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Kathy M. Hiller, MD, MPH, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson


Moderated by: John Wooten, EMT-P, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University

What you'll learn from Drs. Lawson and Hiller:

1. What is the SAEM Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) all about?
2. What resources does CDEM provide for students and residents?
3. CDEM has already built an incredible library of resources. Are there any current projects in development or future plans?
4. Are there any roles for medical students or residents to be involved in CDEM?
5. For our medical student listeners, can you comment on what makes a student shine during an EM clerkship?
6. For each of you, what is your number one goal during your CDEM presidential term?

 

Stephanie Kayden, MD, MPH, Vice Chair & Division Chief, International Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School


Moderated by: John Wooten, EMT-P, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University

What you'll learn from Dr. Stephanie Kayden:

1. For medical students and EM residents interested in global emergency medicine, can you give us a brief overview of the SAEM Global Emergency Medicine Academy?
2. What are some of GEMA's active projects?
3. What type of challenges are involved in developing sustainable EM initiatives abroad?
4. Does GEMA offer educational resources for students and residents to learn more about the unique challenges of global EM?
5. What roles are available for medical students and EM residents who wish to be involved with GEMA?
6. Lastly, many pre-med students' interest in global medicine was inspired by Tracy Kidder's book
"Mountains Beyond Mountains" about Paul Farmer's work in Haiti. Do you have any other book recommendations pertaining to global medicine?

Tony Rosen, MD, MPH; Assistant Attending Physician, New York-Presbyterian Hospital; Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine; 2018-2019 President-Elect, Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (AGEM)


Moderated by: Caitlin Rublee, MD, MPH, PGY-3, The Ohio State University

What you'll learn from Dr. Tony Rosen:

1. Why is important to have an Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine? 
2. How do you define geriatrics and how did you become interested in this population?
3. What does it mean to have geriatric emergency department accreditation? 
4. Your Academy is quite active on Twitter (@AGEM_SAEM). Can you share some of the ways social media helps with the academic mission of the Academy? 
5. Can you highlight some of the current research efforts focused around geriatrics? 
6. What opportunities are available for residents and medical students to get involved with your Academy? 
7. What resources would you recommend for students and residents interested in learning more about geriatrics? 
8. What is one thing we can all do to help support your mission on our next shift?

Creagh Boulger, MD, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center; 2018-2019 President, Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS)


Moderated by: Caitlin Rublee, MD, MPH, PGY-3, The Ohio State University

What you'll learn from Dr. Creagh Boulger:

1. What is the SAEM Academy of Emergency Ultrasound all about?
2. What are AEUS's current projects and goals?
3. For those that aren't familiar, can you describe SonoGames and talk about how it has helped the Academy grow?
4. Are there any roles for medical students and residents to be involved in AEUS?
5. What resources does your Academy have for students and residents?
6. For medical students with limited access to US education, can you recommend any beginner-level resources?

Christopher Strother, MD, Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai; 2018-2019 Past President, Simulation Academy



Moderated by: David Lewandowski, PGY-4, Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center

What you'll learn from Dr. Christopher Strother:

1. Tell our listeners what the Simulation Academy is all about and what its mission is.
2. What are the best ways for residents and medical students to get involved with your Academy?
3. What resources does your academy have for students and residents?
4. What kind of benefits should a resident or student expect if they join Simulation Academy?
5. What is one thing you initiated or did as President of Simulation Academy that you hope is carried on for years to come?