Research, Scholarly Activity and Innovation Section

ACEP Research Forum

The RSI Section meeting will take place at ACEP 19 on Sunday, Oct. 27.  Join the group for rich discussion, updates on activities and more.  Feel free to invite your colleagues as well!  Be sure to check the on-site program and app when you arrive in Denver as rooms are sometimes subject to change.


ACEP – Research, Scholarly Activity and Innovation (RSI) Section Meeting

Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019  

9:30 – 10:30 am MT

Room: 606

Colorado Convention Center

Denver, CO


Don’t miss the highlights of the ACEP19 Research Forum


  • *New* Brooks F. Bock Lecture – Monday, Oct 28 from 9:00 – 10:00 am MT

Colorado Convention Center – Room 605

Acute Care Delivery in the US: Don't Hate the Player, Change the Game

Dr. Brendan Carr is the rare academic emergency physician who maintains a federally funded research portfolio and a clinical practice while having an insider’s front row seat to the policy changes impacting emergency care within the US government. He has led efforts within the US Department of Health & Human Services during both the Obama and Trump administrations to improve the emergency care system. In this session, he will discuss new approaches to attribution of emergency care, why the future is “coopetition”, and how the public’s priorities can be leveraged to improve emergency care. Following his discussion, he will participate in the very best of this year's Research Forum Abstracts, particularly pertaining to health care policy.  This inaugural Research Forum keynote session will highlight how research done in emergency care is changing how we treat patients today and for years to come.


  • Research Networks: State of the Art in Emergency Care Research Networks.  

Tuesday, Oct 29 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm MT

Colorado Convention Center – Room 102

Meaningful questions and quality science are the foundation of evidence-based practice.  Research networks seek to enhance care and quality through collaboration across disciplines in diverse practice environments.  Dr. Bill Barsan, working with the Strategies to Innovate Emergency Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN), and Drs. Donald Yealy and Adit Ginde, working with the Clinical Trials Network for the Prevention and Early Treatment of Acute Lung Injury (PETAL), offer us the opportunity to interact with research network experts.   In this session, we'll learn how research networks operate, why they are essential, what makes PETAL and SIREN unique, what makes an effective study site, and how you can get involved.


  • Annals of Emergency Medicine – Author Workshop

Tuesday, Oct 29 from 9:00 – 11:00 am MT

Colorado Convention Center – 102

Come learn tips and hear from the editors at Annals!


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