Residency Visit Request

To help you and your faculty prepare residents for the future, ACEP has a program of fully funded visits
by its leaders to residency programs. These visits are designed to bring College leaders face-to-face
with faculty and residents to engage them in discussion of such topics as:
 

· the future of emergency medicine 
· what ACEP is doing currently in the federal arena to advocate for emergency physicians and their
patients and to influence the legislative and regulatory decisions that will affect the environment in which
they will train and
practice, and 
 · ACEP’s historical and continuing role in the development of emergency medicine as a specialty.  

To round out the visits, leaders are also prepared to give clinical and practice management presentations.
ACEP will cover the cost of this visit.

 Dr. Klauer at UVA             
Dr. Kevin Klauer talking to residents during rounds at his visit to University of Virginia
Health System in June, 2014. 

       Dr. House at Ohio State 
Dr. Hans House giving an ACEP update at his visit to Ohio State University in June, 2014. 

                      


Please enter your request in the form below. To move between entry boxes, use the tab key or your mouse. Pressing the enter key will submit the request.

 
Residency  
* Name of Program:
City:
* State:
Contact Information  
Name of Academic Chair:
Name of Residency Director:
Name of Residency Coordinator:
E-mail of Residency Coordinator:
Name of Research Director:
Name of ED Medical Director:
* Name of Contact Person for Visit:
* E-mail of Contact Person for Visit:
Telephone:
Fax:
Pager:
Number of Residents:
Number of Faculty (FTEs):

Preferred dates for visit (please list three dates and inclusive times, or day of the week of your typical conference and which months you have dates available)
 

Leaders: Please indicate the 5 leaders you most prefer. Assignments will be made based on leader availability for your dates with consideration of your request.

Current Board of Directors & Council Officers


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 Hans House, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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John Rogers, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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Mark Mackey, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, MD, MBA, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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Vidor E. Friedman, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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Past Board of Directors and Council Officers
, MD, FACEP
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, MD, CP, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, MD, MPH, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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Academic Leaders
, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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, DO, MHA, FACEP
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, MD, FACEP
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Are there specific non-clinical issues you would like the ACEP leader to address?
 

The speaker will also be pleased to give a clinical or practice management presentation. Note that the topic will vary depending on which leader visits your program. Please refer to the Leader Topics List to indicate your preference.

Thank you. We look forward to hearing from you.

 
      

Topics

Current Board of Directors and Council Officers

ALEXANDER M. ROSENAU, DO, CPE, FACEP
PRESIDENT


  • Legal Considerations
  • Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence
  • Leadership and Negotiation
  • Managing Conflict for a Better Result
  • Resident to Attending: Transitions
  • Preparing for Radiation Emergencies
MICHAEL J. GERARDI, MD, FAAP, FACEP
PRESIDENT-ELECT



 

  • Admit or Discharge this Child: That is the Decision 
  • Management of Pediatric Fever 
  • Update in Acute Pediatric Airway Management  
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Literature Update 
  • Pediatric Cardiac Emergencies in the ED  
  • Avoiding Pitfalls in Pediatric Orthopedics in the ED  
  • Case Presentations in High Risk Pediatric EM Encounters 
  • 2010 AHA Adult and Pediatric Resuscitation Guidelines Update  
  • Pediatric Catastrophic Illnesses presenting with Common Complaints
  • Using Pediatric Guidelines as Risk MgmtTools
  • Pediatric Abdominal Pain
  • The NICU Graduate in the ED
  • Apparent Life Threatening Events (ALTE)
  • Caring for the Critically Ill Child in the ED Without Backup 
  • Septic Shock in Children 
  • Pediatric Sedation and Analgesia  
  • Pediatric Trauma 
  • Pediatric Non-traumatic Abdominal Emergencies

 


GeneralEM Lectures

 

  • Health Care Reform Update 2012: From A to the “Supremes” 
  • Career Options in Emergency Medicine: Too Numerous to Fathom 
  • Medical Legal Issues in EM 
  • Risk Management in the ED 
  • Risk Management issues in the Pediatric ED 
  • Professional Liability Options for Emergency Medicine Physicians 
  • Management of Acute Headache in Adults and Children in the ED 
  • Data That Delivers – Using Data to Enhance ED Performance 
  • Abdominal Pain in ED: Risky Business
  • Patient Satisfaction as a Risk Management Tool

 

 ROBERT E. O'CONNOR, MD, MPH, FACEP
VICE PRESIDENT


  • System approach to the management of patients with STEMI
  • The science of resuscitation 2010
  • CPR Devices
  • Death by Oxygen in stroke, MI and cardiac arrest
  • The case for early fibrinolysis in the management of patients with STEMI
  • The management of named fractures (fractures named after important people)
  • Effective CPR
  • New articles that should guide your practice
  • Altitude
  • Emergencies involving water
  • MONA-B in Acute MI (morphine, oxygen, nitrates, aspirin and beta-blockers)
  • The evidence evaluation of Pediatric Resuscitation Techniques 
  • The evidence evaluation of Acute Coronary Syndrome Diagnosis and Treatment

 

PAUL D. KIVELA, MD, MBA, FACEP
SECRETARY-TREASURER


  • What I didn’t learn in residency
  • Emergency Medicine Fitness; How to stay mentally and physically fit
  • Hematology and Oncology Emergencies
  • Risk Management How to not get sued
  • Abdominal Pain Risk Management and how to evaluate a patient who presents with abdominal pain
  • So You Want To Get Paid: How emergency physicians get paid and a current update of the laws and regulations and strategies to ensure fair payment
  • What We Know and Don’t Know About Healthcare Reform?
  • Single Hospital Group vs Large Hospital Group: What’s the difference and What Should I Know?

 

  JAMES J. AUGUSTINE, MD, FACEP

 
  • Emergency Department Design of the Future
  • Numbers Shouldn’t Make you Numb:  Data to Manage the ED
  • Medications in the ED.  What does the Data Show?  How are Drug Shortages being Managed Safely
  • The ED is the Front Door to the Hospital
  • Performance Measures for the ED:  Cohorts and Best Practices
  • Prehospital and ED Management of Burn and Blast Injuries
  • Carbon Monoxide Patient and Incident Management
  • Cyanide Toxicity and the Risks to Emergency Responders
  • Major Incident Management for Hospitals and Communities:  The Changing Nature
  • Priorities for Managing Multiple Casualty Incidents
  • Managing Incidents Involving an Active Shooter
  • The Changing Role of Spinal Immobilization in Trauma
 VIDOR FRIEDMAN, MD, FACEP

 
  • Balance, what does that mean for you? 
  • Advocacy, what is it all about? 
  • How to Turbo-Charge your Political Action Campaign
HANS R. HOUSE, MD, FACEP

  • Approach to the Patient with Alerted Mental Status 
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases 
  • Infections in the Returning Traveler 
  • Anaphylaxis 
  • Heat- Related Illness 
  • Mass Gathering Events 
  • Heavy Metal Toxins 
  • The Plague of Athens: A Historical Mystery
  • Hypertensive Emergencies
  • The 5 Books Every Medical Student/Resident Should Read

 

 WILLIAM P. JAQUIS, MD, FACEP

 
  • Care Transitions-Best Practices
  • EM in a Value-based World
  • EDs-The Prodigal Sons of the Medical Home
  • Conscious Leadership
  • The Efficient Split-Flow ED
 JAY A. KAPLAN, MD, FACEP

  • Promoting Wellness- Avoiding Burnout and Promoting Resilience
  • Service and Quality, People and Process-How to Create a Great E.D.
  • Reducing Bottlenecks in the ED and on the Inpatient Service
  • Up-Front and Back-End Tactics to Reduce Patient Crowding in the ED
  • Leadership and Accountability – How to Inspire Change and Avoid Madness
  • Is Patient Satisfaction Irrelevant?
  • Health Care Reform – Understanding Government Measures of Quality
  • Speaking Like a Pro – Tactics to Give Great Presentations
  • Risk Management – Avoid Getting Sued
  • This is the Age of Brand You – How to Get the Job You Want Where You Want It
  • Optimizing Flow in the ED
  • Driving Hospital Quality – Six Sigma, LEAN, QA and PI
  • Nurses Are from Saturn, Physicians from Jupiter, Administrators from Mars-How Can We Speak the Same Language?
  • Building the Team and Winning the Game – How to Feel Good at the End of Your Day
  • Containing Cost While Providing Prudent Care
  • Obstetric Emergencies and Emergency Delivery
  • Alternative Medicine – Voodoo or Unrecognized Science
  • Time Management-Lessons From the Business World
  • Alternative Practice Options – Do More Than Just See Patients in the ED

 

MARK L. MACKEY, MD, MBA, FACEP

 

  • Opportunities for EM physicians in Healthcare Reform
  • Care Management in the Emergency Department
  • Health Information Exchanges: Their Application in Emergency Medicine
  • Frequent Visitors To The Emergency Department
  • The Value Of Emergency Medicine In Healthcare Reform
  • Financial Planning for the Emergency Physician
  • Careers In and Out of Emergency Medicine
  • Intro to Reimbursement
REBECCA B. PARKER, MD, FACEP

  • Introduction to Coding and Billing: What They Didn't Teach You in Residency (1 ½ hours if Reimbursement Documentation Workshop for Residents included)
  • Surviving Health Care Reform: Align Your Practice With Your Hospital 
  • Top 10 Things All New Graduates Need to Know 
  • The Alphabet Soup of American Medicine; Understanding the Acronyms that Affect Our Practices 
  • Quality Measures: What They Mean for the Practicing Physician
  • The Patient Experience: Making the Measure Improve Your Practice, Not Run It 
  • Legislative Advocacy: the Emergency Medicine Football in an Election Year 
  • Emergency Medicine Risk Avoidance and Management 
  • Difficult Patient and Situation Dispositions in the Emergency Department 
  • EMTALA: A Realistic Approach for Practicing Emergency Medicine 
  • Hitting the Ground Running: Getting the Most out of the Start of Your ED Career 

 

DEBRA G. PERINA, MD, FACEP

  • Aeromedical physiology
  • Advancements in EMS subspecialty recognition
  • Cases in Ethics and professionalism
  • Disaster Response
  • Head and Neck trauma
  • Geriatric Trauma
  • Thyroid and Adrenal Disorders
  • Starting an Academic Career
  • Suicidal Risk Patients
  • Wellness in Emergency Medicine
  • Teamwork: Errors in Emergency Medicine-Application of Lessons Learned from Aviation Accident Prevention
 JOHN J. ROGERS, MD, FACEP

  • Rural Trauma 
  • Rural EM Workforce 
    · Intraosseous VascularAccess – Overview 
    Safety of IntraosseousVascular Access in the 21st Century 
     
    Enrich Your Practicewith Medical Eponyms 
    · Leadership forEmergency Physicians 
    Art and Medicine 
    ·Lessons for the EdwinSmith Surgical Papyrus 
    ·Orthopedic Perils andPearls

 

  ANDREW SAMA, MD, FACEP
IMMEDIATE-PAST PRESIDENT   
 


 
  • Health Policy Reform  
  • Future of Emergency Medicine 
  • Quality  
  • Value-Based Care 
  • EMTALA 
  • Medical Liability  
  • Sepsis 
  • Pneumonia 
  • Transfusions  
  • DVT, PE, and Low Molecular Weight Heparin 
  • Hypertensive Crises  
  • Head Trauma 
  • Imaging  
  • Sedation
    HIPAA and Social Media    
KEVIN KLAUER, DO, EJD,FACEP
COUNCIL SPEAKER 

  
 
  • High Risk Patient Encounters
  • Myth Busting:  Literature updates 1
  • Myth Busting:  Literature updates 2
  • Myth Busting:  Literature updates 3
  • Career Ending Mistakes
  • Cardiovascular Catastrophes
  • Inappropriate Tx of Hypertension
  • Cases That Defy Logic
  • Advanced Practice Providers:  How? Where? When?
  • The Perils of Leadership
  • Patient Satisfaction
  • Sepsis:  Controversies
  • Syncope:  Controversies
  • Diabetes:  Controversies
  • Endocrine Review
  • Patient Safety and Medical Errors in the ED
  • Critical Care Documentation
  • (Any risk management topic)
JAMES M. CUSICK, MD, FACEP
COUNCIL VICE SPEAKER

To be provided
Past Board of Directors and Council Officers
 ANDREW I. BERN, MD, FACEP

  • Disaster-NIHMs
  • Disaster Triage
  • The Use of Disaster Activation to Combat Crowding
  • Disaster Drill
  • Disaster Finance
  • Time Management
  • Practice Administrative Issues

 

MARCO COPPOLA, DO, FACEP
PAST COUNCIL SPEAKER


 
  • Not Just a Pain in the Butt: Anorectal Emergencies
  • Below the Belt: Genitourinary Emergencies
  • OB-GYN Emergencies
  • Emergency Medicine and Mass Casualty
  • Get'em in, Get'em out: Improving Patient Flow
  • Code Brown: Food Poisoning and Diarrhea
  • Leadership: Thoughts of an Army Officer and a Mafioso Wanna-Be
KATHLEEN M. COWLING, DO, MS, FACEP

  • Zoonotic Diseases: Problems our Pets Share with Us
  • Pediatric EKG’s
  • Diabetic Emergencies
  • Child Abuse: Diagnosis and Reporting
  • Visual Odyssey: In-Service Stimuli Review
  • Neck Masses: Know When to Admit, Refer, or Send Home
  • Difficult Personalities: They’re Every Where!
  • Rashes: From Bad to Benign
  • Sports Medicine: How to Care for the Weekend Warrior to the Triathlete in the ED
  • Forensics: How to fill out a Death Certificate?
ANGELA F. GARDNER, MD, FACEP

 
  • Mal practice Environment:  Does Tort Reform Work?
  • Marine Envenomations
  • Wound Preparation/Cleansing/Care
  • Cardiac Arrest:  More than a Megacode (Student/resident level)
  • Informed Consent:  Should I Stay or Should I Go?
  • Power Sleep
  • Climbing the Ivory Tower
  • Toxic or Not, Common Household Poisonings
  • Acute Altitude Illness
  • Malpractice Insurance 101
  • Business Negotiations 
DAVID C. SEABERG, MD, CPE, FACEP

 
  • Clinical Decision Rules and Practice Guidelines:  Pathways to the Future or Cookbook Medicine
  • Toxicology:  Myths and Controversies
  • Introduction to General Toxicology
  • Cutting Edge Wound Care
  • Submersion Injuries
  • Current Treatment of Otitis Media
  • Current Therapy for Pharyngitis
  • Early Diagnosis of Acute MI
  • Neurological Emergencies
  • Blunt Cardiac Trauma
  • Pediatric Trauma
  • Pain Management in the ED
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Customer Service in the ED
  • Introduction to Emergency Medicine
  • WMD: Hospital Preparedness
  • Deferring Non-Emergent Patients from the ED
  • Emergency Medicine in the Era of Healthcare Reform
Research
  • How to Begin a Research Project
  • Research Design
  • Basic Research Statistics
  • Outcomes Research
  • Health-Related Quality Research
  • Presentaiton and Writing Skills
  • Mentoring Research
Ultrasound
  • Introduction to EM Ultrasound
  • RUQ
  • Renal
  • Vascular
  • FAST
  • Cardiac
  • Pelvic
Leadership Lecture Series
  • 7 Habits of Highly Effective Physicians

 SANDRA M. SCHNEIDER, MD, FACEP  

  

 
  • Altered Mental Status in the Elderly 
  • Community Acquired Pneumonia  
  • Mushroom Poisoning  
  • Alcohol Withdrawal  
  • Emergency Department Design  
  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome 
  • ED Crowding 
  • Observation Medicine and Beyond 
  • Non-Cardiac Chest Pain 
  • Career Planning 
  • Bird Flue 
  • Crowding- Causes and Possible Solutions 
DAVID P. SKLAR, MD, FACEP  
   
 
  • Ethics Issues in Emergency Medicine: A Case Based Approach
  • Approach to Legal Issues: A Case Based Approach
  • Humanities and Emergency Medicine: An Innovative Approach to Addressing the Core Competencies of Communications and Professionalism
  • Malpractice: The Anatomy of a Law Suit Defense
  • Medical Error Prevention and Patient Safety
  • Hypothermia
  • Headache
  • Injury Prevention
  • Understanding Violence and Violence Prevention
  • Emergency Medicine Past, Present, and Future
  • Sepsis – Septic Shock
  • Professionalism and Health Care Associated Pneumonia

Academic Leaders  
JAMES G. ADAMS, MD, FACEP

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Ethics
  • Professionalism           
  • Negotiation     
  • The Physician as Leader                                             
  • Advances in Hemostasis
FRANCIS L. COUNSELMAN, MD, CPE, FACEP

 
  • MarineEnvenomation and Poisoning
  • Traumain Pregnancy
  • InterpersonalCommunication Skills in the ED
  • OncologicEmergencies
  • Appendicitis
        ·         (Physicians)
KATHERINE HEILPERN, MD, FACEP

  • Emerging Infections in the New Millennium
  • Community Acquired Pneumonia: Risk Stratification and Therapeutic Options in the Era of Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Tick Talk: Common and Emerging Tick-Borne Diseases
  • ED Management of Post-exposure Prophylaxis for Blood-Borne Pathogens
  • Time-Critical Infectious Diseases: A Case-Based Look at the Rash That Can Crash
  • Skin and Soft Tissue Infections -- A Case-based Approach to Diagnosis and Management
SUSAN B. PROMES, MD, FACEP

  • Resuscitation in Pregnancy
  • Trauma in Pregnancy
  • Emergencies in ESRD Patients
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Bedside Ultrasound (topics as requested)
  • Time Management
  • The Juggling Act
  • How to Give Feedback that Produces Results
  • Bedside Teaching
  • Small Group Teaching
  • LLSA Articles - Taking the Test
ROBERT W. SCHAFERMEYER, MD, FACEP
  • Care of the Septic Appearing Infant: Case Studies
  • Visual Diagnoses of Pediatric Diseases in the ED
  • Management of Pediatric Meningitis
  • Status Epilepticus in Children
  • Pediatric Trauma Cases
  • The Political Process—Why You and Why Now
  • Advocacy and the Media
  • Managed Care and the Emergency Physician
  • Balance in the EM Life
ROBERT E. SUTER, DO, MHA, FACEP
Clinical
  • Use of Cardiac Markers in Evaluating NSTEMI in the ED
  • ED Approach to Chest Pain
  • All Chest Pain Isn't MI: Pulmonary Emboli, Aortic Dissection, Pericarditis
  • Altered Mental Status
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Controversies in Pain Management
  • Endocrine Emergencies
  • Pediatric Fever Update
  • Pediatric Trauma
  • Neonatal Emergencies
  • Acute CHF: Evidence Based Management
  • Risk Management Approach to Wounds and Fractures
  • Mass Casualty Management
  • ED Preparedness for Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Terrorism
International, History,  and Health Policy
  • Emergency Medicine Around the World
  • Global Access and Availability of Emergency Medicine
  • Future of Emergency Medicine in the New Millennium
  • Prehospital Care in the New Millennium
  • History of Emergency Medicine
  • Health Policy and You: Making a Difference
  • Health Policy in the United States
  • Forming and Joining a Democratic Group
Management and Education (post-residency audiences)
  • ED Design
  • Effective Orientation of Emergency Physicians
  • Managing the Problem Provider
  • Marketing Your ED to EMS
  • Marketing Your ED to Administration
  • EMS Education: Future Directions
  • EMS Medical Direction in the United States
MARY JO WAGNER, MD, FACEP

 Clinical
  • Which Medications is Safe in Pregnancy?
  • Pediatric Sexual Abuse
  • What do we really do in the ED? (Ethics and Professionalism)
  • Wellness for Emergency Physicians
  • Delivering Bad News
  • Resuscitation Review (ATLS, ACLS)
  • Acute Electrolyte Abnormalities
  • Acute Abdominal Pain in Pediatrics
  • Update on Laceration and Wound Care
  • Challenging Pediatric Extremity Injuries
Resident Level - Teaching/Learning
  • The Resident as a Teacher
  • Getting Involved in Regional and National Affairs
  • How to Write a Curriculum Vitae
  • Teaching at the bedside
  • Teaching Procedures at the Bedside
  • Giving Feedback
  • Managing difficult resident problems (Chief Resident level)
  • ACGME Duty Hour Regulations made easy
  • How to find your first EM job
  • Effective Power point presentations
  • Medicine and Politics
 Faculty Development
  • Electronic Educational Resources
  • Developing Cost-effective procedural models
  • Analyzing Residents’ Performance (Resident Remediation)
  • Utilizing On-Line Educational Resources for Efficiently Developing Scholarly Projects
  • Writing Board Questions
  • Tips for Quick Lecture Development
  • Small Group Facilitation
  • Completing the Notorious PIF
  • Effective Resident Selection Strategies
  • The balancing act – juggling an academic career and life
  • Developing an orientation month for your interns
  • Preparing to be a Program Director
  • GME & Residency Financing

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