Department has strong showing at SAEM23 Annual Meeting

Faculty, fellows, residents, and staff from the BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine presented and contributed to 18 presentations and workshops, and 5 posters at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting, held May 16–19, 2023, in Austin, Texas.

The SAEM Annual Meeting is the premier forum for the presentation of original education and research in academic emergency medicine. Department of Emergency Medicine authors are listed; presenters are in bold.

Tuesday, May 16

  • Nicholson A. Clerkship Directors Boot Camp. (Advanced workshop)
  • Patterson B. SAEM23 Consensus Working Group: Data Science (Advanced workshop)
  • Schnapp BH. Be the Best Teacher: Medical Education Bootcamp. (Advanced workshop)
  • Hughes MD. Developing Effective Education for the Next Generation (Advanced workshop)

Wednesday, May 17

  • Duan XJ, Neasi EM, Resop DM, Darsie ME, Damewood S, Kuttab HI. Ocular Ultrasound Findings and Correlation with Intracranial Pressure Measured by Lumber Puncture (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Schnapp BH. Tensions and Controversies in Competency-Based Education: Debates Among the Experts (Didactic educational presentation)
  • Kraut A. The Emergency Medicine Job Market: Putting the 2020 Workforce Report Into Perspective (Didactic educational presentation)

Thursday, May 18

  • Schnapp BH. Reimagining Residency Selection in a Competency-Based System: Innovations and Ways Forward (Didactic educational presentation)
  • Bai G, Jewell C, Schnapp B, Hekman D, Nicholson A. Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger? Residents Seeing More Patients Per Hour Do Not Sacrifice Quality (ePoster)
  • Wienke A, Shank C, Shah M. Modeling Emergency Department Patient Volume Changes During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Oral presentation)
  • Schnapp BH. Thinking about a Fellowship? What Residents Need to Know (Didactic educational presentation)
  • Tsuchida RE, Mbele N, Hekman D. Identifying the Prevalence and Characteristics of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders in Emergency Medicine. (Oral presentation)
  • Pulia MS, Griffin M, Hekman D, Schwei BInpatient Antibiotic Prescribing Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Large United States Sample (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Fareri M, VandeHei M, Resop D, Damewood S, Schnapp B, Jewell C, Kuttab HIEvaluating Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound Through Residency Training (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Hekman DJ, Barclay-Buchanan C, Gauger JJL, Rutz DR, Glazer J, Michels C, Brink J, Hurst IA, Tsuchida R. Reduced Left-Without-Being-Seen Rates and Impact on Disparities After Guest Services Ambassadors Implementation (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Larsen S, Hekman D, Patterson B, Sharp B, Gauger J. Effect of an Alert Prompt on Missed Electrocardiogram Orders in an Academic Emergency Department (Lightning oral presentation)

Friday, May 19

  • Barton HJ, Maru A, Hekman D, Shah MN, Patterson BW. Academic Detailing to Inform Post-Implementation Design of a Clinical Decision Support Tool to Prevent Falls (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Tsuchida RE, Rutz DR, Michels C, Barclay-Buchanan C, Gauger JJ, Glazer J, Hurst I. Operationalizing Child Sex Trafficking Screening in an Academic Emergency Department (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Willoughby L. Integrating Geriatrics and Palliative Care into the Emergency Medicine Model of Care and Residency Curriculums (Lightning oral presentation)
  • Tsuchida R. Barriers Faced When Addressing Implicit Bias: A Qualitative Analysis of Reflections From Leaders in Emergency Medicine (ePoster)
  • Schwei R, Shah MN, Pulia MS. Patient-Centered Care Outcomes for Patients in the Emergency Department With Non-English Language Preferences: A Scoping Review (ePoster)
  • Mirrielees J, Rubel N, Gauger J. Pain Control and Patient Experience During Bedside Orthopedic Procedures in the Emergency Department (ePoster)
  • Reffat N, Schwei R, Griffin M, Pulia MA Scoping Review of Trends in Antimicrobial Resistance Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic (Poster)