Thank You! Thank you for your interest in the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) â€” the premier organization for highquality research and educational innovation in emergency care! We are eager to get to know you better and support you in your professional endeavors. If you are not yet a member of SAEM, the benefits and privileges of an SAEM membership have never been more valuable. Our membership numbers and annual meeting attendance are at all-time highs and we continue to grow in the quality and quantity of our educational offerings and professional development resources. We are pleased that you are considering joining with the more than 7,000 emergency medicine academicians who are proud members of SAEM and we hope you will find this catalog helpful in exploring all our Society has to offer. 2,873 3,065 If you are a member of SAEMâ€Ś congratulations! This is an exciting time for our specialty and for the society. Because of your support, and the support of over 7,000 of your colleagues, SAEM continues to be the preeminent organization for educators and academicians in emergency medicine. Please spend a few minutes reviewing this catalog to familiarize yourself with all the services that are available to you as an SAEM member. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with you as we work together to raise a significant voice for academic emergency medicine and make a positive difference toward elevating the human condition during times of emergency. With warm regards, SAEM/RAMS Membership Committee
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The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) is a 501(c)(3) notfor-profit organization headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois. SAEM is dedicated to the improvement of care of the acutely ill and injured patient by improving research and education. As the premier organization for highquality research and educational innovation in emergency care, SAEM creates and promotes scientific discovery, advancement of education, and the highest professional and ethical standards for clinicians, educators, and researchers. To achieve these objectives, SAEM influences health policy through forums, publications, interorganizational collaboration, policy development, and consultation services for physicians, teachers, researchers, and students. SAEM represents excellence and leadership in academic emergency medicine, and its values include idealism and quality in all endeavors, nurturing and camaraderie and diversity among members, as well as creative and symbiotic interactions with other organizations.
To lead the advancement of academic emergency medicine through education and research, advocacy, and professional development.
To be the premier organization for developing academic leaders in education and research and for creating and disseminating content with the greatest impact on emergency care.
Become an SAEM member! The first and most important step to becoming involved with SAEM is to join! SAEM Member Benefits Resident Member Benefits Medical Student Member Benefits
Join an SAEM Committee One of the most valuable benefits of an SAEM membership is the opportunity to serve on an SAEM committee. SAEM committees help the Society achieve its goals by identifying and guiding new projects and opportunities. Serving on a committee furthers your professional development by providing leadership experience, expanding your professional network, and strengthening your ties within the specialty. Committee sign up is in annually, in September. Review the SAEM committee descriptions and be sure to sign up for an SAEM committee that best matches your interests and expertise.
Join an SAEM Academy An SAEM academy provides a means for SAEM members with special interests or expertise to join together to network, collaborate on educational initiatives, develop policy, perform research, and provide faculty development pertaining to their specialty area. Each academy adds a unique and powerful voice to SAEM and to the specialty of emergency medicine. SAEM members who wish to learn more or have a greater impact in one of these specialty areas are encouraged to join one or more of our eight SAEM academies. Joining an SAEM academy is free for SAEM members! 1. Log in to your member profile 2. Click “My Account” in the upper right navigation bar 3. Click the “Update (+/-) Academies and Interest Groups” button on the left side 4. Select the box next to the academy you wish to join 5. Click “save.”
SAEM Academies Academy of Administrators in Academic Emergency Medicine (AAAEM) Academy for Diversity & Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (ADIEM) Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (AGEM) Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM) Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) Global Emergency Medicine Academy (GEMA) Simulation Academy
Join an SAEM Interest Group Interest Groups provide a mechanism for members of the Society who are interested in a specific topic or area to meet, share ideas, and network in a relatively unstructured and informal fashion. Interest groups generally conduct business electronically and may meet in person at the SAEM annual meeting. Members wanting to explore a specialty area are encouraged to join one of our 30 interest groups. Joining an SAEM interest group is free for SAEM members! 1. Log in to your member profile 2. Click “My Account” in the upper right navigation bar 3. Click the “Update (+/-) Academies and Interest Groups” button on the left side 4. Select the box next to the interest group you wish to join 5. Click “save.”
SAEM Interest Groups Academic Informatics Advanced Practice Provider Medical Directors Airway Behavioral and Psychological Climate Change and Health CPR/Ischemia/ Reperfusion Critical Care Medicine Clinical Researchers’ United Exchange (CRUX) Disaster Medicine Educational Research Emergency Medical Services Emergency Medicine Transmissible Infectious Diseases and Epidemics (EMTIDE)
Evidence-Based Healthcare & Implementation
Sex and Gender in Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
Neurologic Emergency Medicine
Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health
Observation Medicine Oncologic Emergencies Operations Palliative Medicine Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Sports Medicine Telehealth Toxicology Trauma Uniformed Services
Quality & Patient Safety
Participate on an SAEM Task Force SAEM task forces are special working groups appointed by the Society to carry out a specific projects or objectives approved by the SAEM Board of Directors. The SAEM president-elect is responsible for appointing the chairs and members of the task forces and for coordinating the development of objectives. An online task force interest form is made available to SAEM members on an annual basis, in the winter. Task force appointments are announced by April.
Nominate Yourself (or Someone Else) for an SAEM Leadership Position SAEM leadership positions are filled by committed individuals who have a wide range of perspectives and possess the relevant skills and experience to effectively lead. Each year, in October, individuals who fit that description are invited to submit a nomination for a leadership position in one or more of the categories listed below: • SAEM Board of Directors • R esidents and Medical Students (RAMS) Board • AACEM Executive Committee • Academy Executive Committee • SAEM Foundation Board of Trustees • SAEM Nominating Committee and Bylaws Committee
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Chairs of Emergency Medicine (AACEM) The purpose of the AACEM is to enhance and support academic departments of emergency medicine as they improve healthcare through high-quality education and research. SAEM members who are full, acting, or interim chairs of a department of emergency medicine in an LCME (Liaison Committee on Medical Education) accredited medical school in the United States or Canada may join the AACEM and take advantage of the unique opportunities available only to AACEM members. Benefits of AACEM Membership AACEM Chair Mentorship Program AACEM/AAAEM Joint Retreat CDP Program AACEM Vacancy Services Benchmarking Survey o ED Benchmarking Survey Summary Results o Faculty and APP Salary Survey Results o Administrator Salary Survey o Chair-Administrator Relationships
Engage With the SAEM Foundation The SAEM Foundation (SAEMF), is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to improve emergency patient care through supporting the development of innovative researchers, expert educators and future academic emergency medicine leaders. The SAEMF awards more than $500,000 a year in grants to SAEM members to help them develop the skills they need to further the specialty, improve emergency patient care, and ensure a rich and robust field of scientists and educators that will continue to advance the specialty for years to come. The SAEMF provides many ways for you to get involved with the important work of the Foundation: • Volunteer at scientific meetings • Serve on the Grants Committee •N ominate yourself or someone else to serve on the SAEMF Board of Trustees •M ake a charitable gift to support promising academicians!
Get Involved With SAEM RAMS (Residents and Medical Students)
Residents and medical students automatically become members of RAMS when they join SAEM. RAMS gives residents and medical students a strong voice within the SAEM community by developing educational, professional, and career solutions that address their specific needs. If you are interested in becoming involved with RAMS and championing the next generation of emergency medicine academicians and leaders, consider joining a RAMS committee during the annual sign-up period each October.
RAMS Benefits — Resident Benefits — Medical Student Benefits
Opportunities to Get Involved — Medical Student Ambassador (MSA) Program — Join a RAMS committee
RAMS Awards, Scholarships, Grants — RAMS Awards — ARMED Scholarship — SAEMF/RAMS Research Grant
RAMS Resources — SOAR (SAEM Online Academic Resources) for RAMS — RAMS Podcasts — RAMS Twitter —R AMS Roadmaps: The Definitive Guide for Academic Careers in Emergency Medicine for Residents and Medical Students — SAEMTests
RAMS Career Help — EM Job Link — Job Search Tips — 5 Steps for Getting Your Finances Together After Residency — SAEM Industry Advisory Council Podcast
SAEM’s Online Community When you join an SAEM committee, academy, or interest group you are automatically connected to that group’s community —an online space for connectedness, collaboration, and communication with other SAEM members who share similar interests or roles. To view a list of the communities you currently belong to, sign in to your SAEM account, click the “Get Connected” tab, and select “My Communities.” If you have never been a part of an SAEM community, this short video and FAQ page will explain how to use the various parts of the community home pages. The SAEM online community is a “members only” benefit. Not yet a member? Join now and get instant access!
Begin connecting with two simple clicks! Login at community.saem.org or saem.org/get-connected Click “My Communities” to see all of your communities.
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Education & Meetings
SOAR — SAEM Online Academic Resources
SAEM Online Academic Resources
SOAR is SAEM’s home for online educational resources. Whether you are looking to earn CME credit or sharpen your skills in a specialized area of your practice, SOAR provides the resources you need to advance in the academic emergency medicine specialty. And with online education such as downloadable PDFs and MP3 files, presenter slides, and fully synchronized audio, you can take your resources anywhere, anytime, for convenient, on-the-go learning! Just log in with your SAEM username and password to enjoy the content. ● Online Education by Topic — including convenient online and mobile viewing of more than 300 hours of original educational content from the SAEM annual meeting ● FOAMed Resources — links to website, blogs, podcasts, and videos, which feature open access medical education. ● Academy Open Access Education Resources — free online education from SAEM academies. ● Faculty Development — A series of MedEd Bootcamp videos that focus on the practical basics of adult learning theory and how to apply those principles to didactic and clinical teaching interventions ● Curriculum — A library of various downloadable curriculum from SAEM sources.
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Chair Development Program The AACEM Chair Development Program (CDP) is a leadership training initiative designed to enhance the capabilities and effectiveness of new and aspiring academic emergency medicine department chairs through skill development, advising, and mentorship. Sessions, held in conjunction with the AACEM/AAAEM Retreat, the SAEM Annual Meeting, and the ACEP Scientific Assembly, provide practical, emergency medicine-specific leadership training. CDP faculty instructors include experienced emergency medicine chairs, deans, and administrators, as well as other leadership development experts.
Certificate in Academic Emergency Medicine Administration The Academy of Administrators in Academic Emergency Medicine (AAAEM) Certificate in Academic Emergency Medicine Administration (CAEMA) is a certification training program that encompasses the body of knowledge required of administrators in academic emergency medicine, including: hiring and advancing staff, budgeting and financial reporting, how to use them analytics, research, organization skills, billing and coding, team building, strategic planning, and more.
Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED)
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Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED) is a research course for junior faculty taught by leading experts in academic emergency medicine. The purpose of the course is to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills to design high-quality research projects and grant proposals to jumpstart their research careers. The course is targeted to junior faculty within five years of graduation, fellows, and senior residents who are interested in pursuing a career in research.
Regional Meetings Held around the country throughout the year, SAEM Regional Meetings provide opportunities, particularly for young investigators, to present original research and participate in sessions designed to teach essential research skills. Typically conducted in areas where multiple residency programs are based, regional meetings provide access to a wide audience of young investigators and promote academic exchange among residency programs and their faculty and residents.
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SAEMâ€™s annual meeting is the largest forum of its kind for the presentation of original education and research in academic emergency medicine. Hosted in a different major U.S. city in May of each year, the SAEM annual meeting is a dynamic four-day gathering of academic emergency medicine professionals from around the world. Averaging more than 3,200 attendees, the SAEM annual meeting offers both professional and educational sessions. Registration for the SAEM annual meeting opens annually on December 1.
Educational Sessions Abstracts present research data, including study background and methodology, research limitations and results, and the conclusions/significance of the study. Abstract session lengths vary depending on the presentation type: plenary (15 minutes), full oral (12 minutes), lightning oral (eight minutes), ePoster (seven minutes). Advanced EM Workshops are intensive educational sessions that focus on particular techniques, skills, and practical aspects of the specialty. More than a dozen full- and half-day workshops cover specialized areas in emergency medicine and strengthen knowledge and skills in specific topic areas such as clinical Innovations, communication, gender and bias, research, teaching, and more. Didactics are presentations that are designed to teach on a particular subject and can vary in structure from lecture and flipped classroom formats to panels and small group discussions. More than 100 innovative and interactive sessions cover a range of educational topics in key categories, including: administrative, career development, education, clinical, research. IGNITE! talks are fast-paced, highly energetic, captivating, and engaging presentations on a variety of topics. The IGNITE! format is five minutes in length with 20 auto-advancing slides. A panel of judges selects a “Best of IGNITE!” winner from each IGNITE! session. An “Audience Choice Award” is also given at each session based on audience polling. All topics are accepted. Speakers in the past have talked about their experiences in disaster relief, waxed poetic about the role of machine learning in EM, and challenged core practices in EM critical care and education.
Innovations present novel ideas, new products, innovative procedures, and unique approaches in medical education, faculty development, wellness, operations, and patient care. Innovations are presented in either a seven-minute oral presentation or as a tabletop/ hands-on demonstration. Consensus Conference gathers junior and senior researchers, thought leaders, and other stakeholders in emergency medicine to generate research agendas for the important, unanswered questions facing emergency care, leading to high-quality, funded research projects of varying scopes from a variety of funding sources. Topics have included telehealth, pediatric emergency medicine, wellness, simulation, shared decision making, imaging, and gender-specific research.
Training + Networking SAEM Leadership Forum provides exposure to core leadership topics with an emphasis on experiential learning and practical application. Junior Faculty Development Forum is an opportunity for early-career faculty to engage with senior leaders in emergency medicine to develop strategies for promotion, productivity, and academic advancement. Chief Resident Forum features didactic presentations, interactive sessions, panel discussions, and networking sessions with fellow resident leaders and established senior leaders in emergency medicine administration, education, and research. Medical Student Symposium provides an overview of emergency medicine and in-depth information about the process of applying for an emergency medicine residency position. A networking lunch with emergency medicine program directors and clerkship directors is included. Residency & Fellowship Fair is an opportunity for medical students and residents to explore residency and fellowship programs from across the nation, meet current residents and fellows, ask questions, and seek application and interview advice. Speed Mentoring matches residents and medical student mentees into small groups of 5-10 attendings for quick-fire, 10-minute mentoring sessions.
Experiential Learning Competitions MedWAR (short for Medical Wilderness Adventure Race) combines wilderness medical challenges with adventure racing to teach the skills and techniques of wilderness medicine and promote teamwork. SIMWars is an entertaining, educational, simulation-based competition in which teams of clinical providers face off in timed, interactive scenarios to demonstrate their clinical skills, teamwork, communication, and problem-solving abilities. SAEM’s Simulation Academy SIMWars is THE premier national simulation competition for emergency medicine residents. SonoGames® is an innovative, game-style approach to emergency medicine ultrasound education in which residency teams representing more than half of all emergency medicine residencies in the country, face off in an energetic competition that demonstrates their hands-on skills, knowledge of point-of-care ultrasound, and clinical decision-making abilities. SAEM Clinical Images Exhibit displays the most original, high-quality clinical images relevant to the practice of emergency medicine selected from more than 120 submissions. SAEM’s Got Talent showcases the best, SAEM member-created, Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed) in a “talent show” type of competitive format.
Just for Fun Dodgeball pits emergency medicine residency teams from all over the country in an epic battle to the finish and the right to call themselves dodgeball champs in this grownup twist to the classic playground game. The RAMS Party is our biggest bash of the year. Held at one of the hottest spots in our annual meeting host city, the RAMS party is a high-energy, over-the-top, red-carpet experience with dancing, open bar, live DJ, fun photo-ops, and more than a few surprises.
Annual Meeting Submission Tips and Tools Submissions for educational presentations are accepted annually from mid-August to early January. Specific submission dates vary by year and submission type. •H ow to Get Attendees to Flock to Your Didactic •H ow to Get Attendees to Flock to Your Workshop •P roperly Formatted Abstract •R ecommended Best Practices for SAEM Didactics Submissions •S ubmission/Presenting FAQ’s •D idactic Submission FAQ •G eneral Submissions FAQ •e Poster Formatting Suggestions
Scholarships Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation Design (ARMED) Scholarship is awarded to two residents or fellows who are interested in pursuing research-oriented careers and are to offset costs associated with attending SAEM20 and the Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED) live workshop at SAEM headquarters. ARMED for MedED Scholarship is coming soon! AACEM Chair Development Program Scholarships (CDP) cover the full tuition of $4200 to attend the CDP, plus a $2,500 travel stipend. Three scholarships are available: o AACEM/ADIEM Scholarship o AACEM/AWAEM Scholarship o C. Christopher King, MD Memorial Scholarship
SAEM Awards FOAMed Excellence in Education Award honors an SAEM member who has made outstanding contributions to the online learning community of emergency medicine through innovative and engaging FOAMed content. Marcus L. Martin Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion Award honors an SAEM member who has made exceptional contributions to emergency medicine through advancing diversity and inclusion in emergency medicine. John Marx Leadership Award honors an SAEM member who has made exceptional contributions to emergency medicine through local, regional, national, or international leadership, with priority given to those with demonstrated leadership within SAEM. Excellence in Research Award honors an SAEM member who has made outstanding contributions to emergency medicine through the creation and sharing of new knowledge.
Medical Student Ambassador Program Each year, dozens of medical students from around the country are selected through a highly competitive process for the SAEM Medical Student Ambassador (MSA) Program. MSAs are vital members of the on-site Program Committee whose goal is to ensure the smooth execution of the annual meeting. Program Committee members are leaders in the specialty and have diverse academic interests. Each MSA is paired with a Program Committee mentor based upon interests, and meets individually with the mentor during the annual meeting, and frequently beyond. For medical students with an interest in emergency medicine, the MSA program is a unique opportunity that enables one-on-one interaction with successful academicians from around the country and facilitates skill development in education and academic leadership. In fact, many SAEM leaders got their start in the MSA program. In addition to having their annual meeting registration fees waived, each MSA receives a personal letter of recommendation for their files. They also have the unique opportunity to participate in daily MSA-only lectures with leaders in academia on curriculum vitae development, selecting away rotations, and other topics especially relevant to medical students with an interest in emergency medicine. Applications for the Medical Student Ambassador Program usually opens annually on December 1 and closes in mid-January.
Young Investigator Award recognizes SAEM members who have demonstrated commitment and achievement in research during the early stages of their academic careers. Hal Jayne Excellence in Education Award honors an SAEM member who has made outstanding contributions to emergency medicine through the teaching of others and the improvement of pedagogy. Advancement of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine Award honors an SAEM member who has made significant contributions to the advancement of women in academic emergency medicine. Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award is given on behalf of The Arnold P. Gold Foundation to a practicing emergency medicine physician who exemplifies compassionate, patient-centered care. Organizational Advancement Award honors an SAEM member who has made significant contributions to programs, services, or leadership within the Society that has advanced the mission and trajectory of SAEM.
RAMS Awards Resident Researcher Award is awarded annually to a senior emergency medicine resident who has demonstrated exceptional promise and early accomplishment in the creation of new knowledge. Resident Educator Award is given annually to a senior emergency medicine resident who has demonstrated exceptional aptitude and passion for teaching during residency. Medical Student Excellence in Emergency Medicine Award is given annually to a medical student who displays excellence in academics and interest in pursuing a career in emergency medicine. The recipient receives a full SAEM membership with all benefits. RAMS Leadership in Emergency Medicine Award honors a medical student or practicing emergency medicine resident who is taking a leading role in his or her student interest group or residency program and making an impact on the local, regional, national, or international level through his or her efforts. RAMS Excellence in Research Award is awarded annually to an emergency medicine resident and/or a medical student who has had a role in the development of evidence-based medicine in the specialty. RAMS Innovative Educator Award is given to an emergency medicine educator who has demonstrated creativity, courage, and innovation in emergency medicine education.
SAEM Foundation Grants The SAEM Foundation, in partnership with SAEM, provides grants to national and international universities and medical schools to help fund innovative research and education initiatives in the field of emergency medicine. In order for a project to be eligible for funding, it must fit into the scope of one of the grant categories listed below, and must support the mission of SAEM and the SAEM Foundation. Visit How to Apply for application information.
Medical Toxicology Foundation (MTF) Research Grant ($10,000) provides support for research proposals that advance the science of medical toxicology in emergency medicine. Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) Innovations in Undergraduate Emergency Medicine Education Grant ($5,000) is awarded to a member of CDEM who demonstrates a commitment to emergency medicine and is actively guiding medical students in the field of academic emergency medicine. Research Training Grant (RTG) ($300,000) provides funding to support the development of a scientist in emergency medicine.
Research Large Project Grant (LPG) ($150,000) supports an emergency medicine faculty member to conduct a large-scale research project to advance his/her career and subsequently obtain federal funding by developing pilot data. Education Research Grant (ERG) ($100,000) provides support for a dedicated two-year training period for the selected fellow, including pursuit and completion of an advanced degree in education. Education Project Grant (EPG) ($20,000) provides support for a medical education research project. SAEMF NIDA Mentor-Facilitated Training Award in Substance Use Disorders Science Dissemination ($12,000) supports the development of expertise in Substance Use Disorder (SUD), especially Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), through completion of a mentor-supervised project focused on adoption and/or dissemination of SUD treatment research and the publication of the results. Given in partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Academy of Emergency Ultrasound (AEUS) Research Grant ($10,000) provides support for research proposals that evaluate the impact of point-of-care ultrasound on clinical practice or characterize point-of-care ultrasound learning curves.
Global Emergency Medicine Academy (GEMA) Research Pilot Grant ($10,000) provides support for a junior researcher in the field of international emergency medicine to enter a mentored project. Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM) Research Grant ($5,000) supports one early-career investigator (fellow, instructor, or assistant professor during the award period) who wishes to address a research question in line with the core ideology of AWAEM. Simulation Academy Novice Research Grant ($5,000) provides seed funding to support novice investigators in emergency medicine with fewer than five years of simulation-based research experience who have shown promise in pushing the research boundaries of simulation-based endeavors in emergency medicine through feasible pilot studies. Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (ADIEM) Research Grant ($3,000) provides support for research that evaluates the state of diversity and inclusion in the field of emergency medicine, evaluates interventions to improve diversity and inclusion in emergency medicine, or addresses disparities in healthcare outcomes in the practice of emergency medicine among underrepresented or marginalized groups. Resident and Medical Students (RAMS) Research Grant ($2,500 â€“ $5000) to foster interest in research among emergency medicine trainees (medical students and residents). The focus is on self-limited research projects, including educational projects, that are impactful in the current or future practice of emergency medicine and can be completed in a one-year time frame. Emergency Medicine Interest Group Grant (EMIG) ($500) provides seed money and/ or funding for supplies, consultation, etc. to established or developing EMIGs to promote growth of emergency medicine education at the medical student level and identify new educational methodologies that advance undergraduate education in emergency medicine. Grants for Early Medical/Surgical Subspecialistsâ€™ Transition to Aging Research (GEMSSTAR) for Emergency Medicine Supplemental Funding Program uses a National Institute of Aging (NIA)-funded small research project (R03) mechanism to support emergency medicine GEMSSTAR applicants in their professional development plans. Emergency Medical Foundation (EMF)-SAEMF Medical Student Research Grant awards stipends to encourage medical students to engage in and be exposed to emergency medicine research. Jointly sponsored by the EMF.
Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) is the official flagship journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). Each month AEM features the best in peerreviewed, cutting-edge original research relevant to the practice and investigation of emergency care and with the potential to elevate the human condition during times of emergency. Subject matter is diverse, including clinical trials, observational cohort studies, other human subject studies, innovative diagnostics and therapeutics, concept papers, clinical controversies, economic or policy research, health services research, laboratory science, basic science studies, and more. Overview, Aims, and Scope
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SAEM Pulse Published digitally, six times a year, SAEM Pulse is the official membership publication and “voice” of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. SAEM Pulse connects readers with the academic emergency medicine community and keeps SAEM members up to date on society news and information and on the trends, issues, and best practices that affect academic emergency medicine. Read the Latest Issue
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Services & Resources
Research Tools Advanced Research Methodology Evaluation and Design (ARMED) SOAR: Research
Classic Research Lectures
Research Learning Series
NIH and Other Funding
SAEM Grants Guide Why Do I Want a Grant?
What Grants are Appropriate?
SAEM & SAEMF Grants
How Do I Write a Grant?
Job and Career Help SAEM offers a variety of resources to help you with your career development in academic emergency medicine. EM Job Link Medical Education Portfolio Job Search Tips
5 Steps for Getting Your Finances Together After Residency SAEM 2019 Academic Career Guide
SAEM Industry Advisory Council Podcast
Directories SAEMâ€™s fully-searchable directories are the most powerful and comprehensive listing of emergency medicine clerkships, residencies, and fellowships. Clerkship Directory Fellowship Directory Residency Directory
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Other Services and Resources Residency Vacancy Services connects emergency medicine residency directors with prospective residents to fill vacancies in training programs. Programs are invited to notify SAEM of any unexpected vacancies or positions created due to program expansion, etc., and SAEM will post your listing on its website. Prospective EM residents may review these listings and contact the residency programs directly. Consultation Services, in consultation with AACEM, assists individuals, departments, and institutions with developing, evaluating, and/or improving various services, including new residency and fellowship programs; developing departmental status for emergency medicine divisions; subspecialty expertise (research, ultrasound, etc.); and billing, patient safety, etc. â€”F aculty Development Consultations coordinates consultations in areas related to faculty development, provided by individuals with experience and expertise in those areas. â€”E thics Consultation Services facilitates education, research, and clinical ethics in the emergency setting and is a place for members to bring ethical dilemmas and receive guidance on how an issue may be approached from an ethics perspective.
Fellowship Approval Program is available for eligible programs to earn SAEM endorsement as an approved fellowship in administration, disaster medicine, education scholarship, geriatrics, global emergency medicine, research, and wilderness. —V iew a list of approved fellowships. —S ubmit an annual fellowship evaluation. —D ownload the fellowship program approval guidelines. —C omplete the fellowship program renewal application. SAEMTests is the Society’s free online examination service for clerkship directors and medical students. Log in to SAEMTests AACEM Chair Development Program is a leadership training initiative designed to enhance the capabilities and effectiveness of new and aspiring academic emergency medicine department chairs through skill development, advising, and mentorship. Certificate in Academic Emergency Medicine Administration (CAEMA) is a certification training program that encompasses the body of knowledge required of administrators in academic emergency medicine Wellness and Resilience repository is a growing collection of SAEM wellness initiatives, partnerships, articles, and other resources supporting endeavors related to physical health and wellness and the fight against burnout. Benchmark Survey
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