ACEP 2015

Boston, MA

The Stanford University Department of Emergency Medicine faculty and residents take pride in participating and leading educational conferences locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Below highlights recent and upcoming participation of our great educators in Emergency Medicine educational programming.

ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS

  • Zalenski R, Goett R, Jubanyik K, Shoenberger J, DeSandre P, Chan G, Rosenberg M, Wang DH, Lamba S. “Palliative Care Domains for Emergency Medicine Resident Training: An Expert Consensus.”

COMMITTEES

  • Dr. Kiersten Carter - EMRA Ultrasound Committee
  • Dr. Molly Estes - EMRA Program Representative Council
  • Dr. Jennifer Newberry - International Research and Grant Committee
  • Dr. Mitesh Rao - Governing Council
  • Dr. Mitesh Rao - QPC Committee
  • Dr. Mitesh Rao - Young Physician's Committee
  • Dr. Matthew Strehlow - International Education Comittee
  • Dr. Rebecca Walker - International EM Fellowship Consortium Board
  • Dr. David Wang - Ethics Committee
  • Dr. David Wang - Palliative Care Section Steering Committee    
  • Dr. Sybil Zachariah - ACEP Council Member

LABS, PANELS AND WORKSHOPS

  • Dr. Henry Curtis - Director, ACEP InnovatED Code Black
  • Dr. Phillip Harter - ACEP InnovatED Code Black
  • Dr. Kajal Khanna - Pediatric Sepsis in the Developing World
  • Dr. Larry Mo - National Simwars Competition
  • Dr. Matthew Strehlow - Pediatric Sepsis in the Developing World

LECTURES

  • Dr. Paul Auerbach - Wilderness Medicine Section Discussion
  • Dr. Nikita Joshi - Twitter Anyone? Using Social Media to Teach, Learn, and Get Promoted  
  • Dr. Nikita Joshi - Viva la FOAM - Free Open Access Medical Education and the Current Status and Future of EM Education
  • Dr. Viveta Lobo - New Speakers Forum: Easy Saves with Bedside Ultrasound
  • Dr. Matthew Strehlow - Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: Time Critical Interventions
  • Dr. Matthew Strehlow - Broken Hearts: The LVAD Patient
  • Dr. Matthew Strehlow - Undifferentiated Shock: Making a Difference
  • Dr. Sybil Zachariach - EMRA 20 in 6 Competition: ECMO in the ED