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Bring Your Case to Case-Con at ACEP19
You know that puzzling case that has intrigued you since you started medical school? How about tackling a little research and presenting it at Case-Con! Students and residents come together to present interesting emergency medicine cases.
Do you want to present an interesting Emergency Medicine case at one of the largest EM national conferences in the country? Are you looking for a way to strengthen your EM residency application or your CV? Are you interested in a chance to win a cash prize?
Where: ACEP19 Scientific Assembly - Denver, CO
When: Sunday, October 27, 2019: 12:30p - 5:30p
Case-Con 2018 - Winners
A huge success! Thank you to the 20 medical students that came out to present this year at our inaugural case study presentation contest. Congratulations to our 2018 winners, who we hope to feature in an upcoming edition of EM Resident:
- First Place: Parth S Gandhi (Broward Health Medical Center) presenting “Lost in The Forest” – A Rare Case of Forestier’s Disease (Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis)
- Second Place: Alex Gregory (St. Louis University) presenting "Eggs Marks the Spot”: The Diagnostic Dilemma of In Vitro Fertilization-Associated Emergencies
- Third Place: Brendan Innes (University of Massachusetts) "Alcoholic Ketoacidosis: Mind the Gap and Give Patients What They Need"
- The Research Committee Chair serves as a representative to the Emergency Medicine Practice Research Network.
- Develop comprehensive resource for students and residents interested or currently involved in emergency medicine research.
- Review survey requests received by the EMRA Board of Directors (for distribution to the general membership).
- Act as EMRA’s internal organizational research resource for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting membership data.
- Promote Research grants and assist with follow-up and publication in EM Resident magazine
- Improve communication with the membership by active communication of opportunities, updating of projects, via resources such as the EMRA blog, Monthly What's Up E-Publication, resident monthly and email list.
- Create education resources for EMRA members wanting to participate in research (i.e. grant writing work shops).
- Generate research on available EM education and educational tools.
Research Funding Opportunities
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ACEP EM Research Section
As a resident, you get joint memberships in both EMRA and ACEP - so make sure you're aware and informed of what the ACEP Emergency Medicine Research Section is doing!
When you set up your EMRA/ACEP membership, you get (2) section memberships for free - one to the ACEP Young Physician Section, and one of your choice. Why not make that choice Research?
Additional ACEP section fees are half off - only $20Learn More
Must-Read EM Journal Articles
EMRA Fellowship Guide
Chapter 21 Research Fellowship
Emergency medicine research fellowships are a non-ACGME-accredited post-graduate training opportunity for emergency medicine (EM) residency graduates interested in pursuing a career in basic and clinical research. The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) has approved a subset of eligible research fellowships that have met a number of milestones based on predetermined guidelines. Fellows who complete a research fellowship at a SAEM-approved site receive a certificate of approval upon completion. Emergency medicine is a dynamic specialty that relies heavily on evidence-based medicine to guide everyday practice. EM is an ideal specialty for studying acute emergencies with a broad mix of patients and conditions. The proportion of academic faculty involved in research and the proportion of studies published in emergency medicine journals that have research funding has been climbing (Karras, 2006 and Birkhahn 2006). Emergency medicine research is growing quickly, and fellowship training has been one successful pathway to increase EM research success.
This handbook is the result of over two years of discussion within the EMRA Research Committee about how to assist emergency medicine residents and medical students who are just getting started in research. The scholarly project that all emergency medicine residents are obligated to complete during residency is an opportunity to get your feet wet in research, discover answers to clinical questions you may encounter in your practice, and maybe even find meaningful mentorship that will outlast residency
EMRA Member Price $17 // ACEP Member Price $25 // List Price $27