September 30, 2020

Support These YPS Faculty At ACEP20

Spotlighting Our YPS Faculty at ACEP20

A quick scan of the esteemed faculty lineup at the upcoming ACEP 2020 Scientific Assembly reveals that several members of our Young Physicians Section will be in the spotlight. Our members will be speaking on a huge range of topics: racial justice, burn management, sepsis, trauma, opioids, Medicare and more. 

Let's support our fellow YPS community by marking these sessions as "must-see" as we plan our educational itineraries. Keep scrolling to see the full YPS course list with links to learn more.

PS. Don't forget about our YPS session! James Dahle, MD, FACEP, is our YPS keynote speaker for ACEP20! He’ll be speaking during our YPS Leadership Summit, noon-2 p.m. on Oct. 26. Dr. Dahle will discuss the financial impact of COVID-19 on our finances, followed by a crowdsourced Q&A. Have some financial questions you’d like him to tackle during the session? Submit your questions through this online form.

View all our ACEP20 Speakers.

Hany Atallah, MD, FACEP

  • Basics in Burn Management

Kimberly M. Brown, MD, MPH

  • Inclusion, Racial Justice and Physician Well-Being: Panel Discussion with Physicians of Color

Anita Chary, MD

  • Communication: Responding to Microaggressions in the Workplace

Jeremy Samuel Faust, MD, MS, FACEP

  • Sepsis Metrics - Quality Care or Unproven Mandate?: ACEP Connect
  • Critical Appraisal and FOAMed: Is FOAMed the Problem or the Solution?
  • Imaging Over Testing and Overuse: Just How Dangerous Is It?

Angela F. Gardner, MD, FACEP

  • Ask the Experts: Ethical Dilemmas & Tough Decisions in the ED

Geoffrey Hays, MD

  • Thinking Twice: Resuscitating Special Populations

Christopher Hogrefe, MD, FACEP

  • Debunking Trauma Myths: It's Not Just Politics: ACEP Connect
  • Advanced Wound Closure in the ED: Putting the Pieces Back Together
  • Trauma STAT! Don't Miss This Visual Cue!

Mary McClean, MD

  • Kidney Krunch: Renal Issues That Matter

Daniel Jay McCollum, MD, FACEP

  • Emergency Care Research Scientist and Skeptic Debate: State of the Art of Emergency Care Research I

Danielle T. Miller, MD

  • Forgotten Infections in IV Drug Users

Melanie Molina, MD

  • Communication: Responding to Microaggressions in the Workplace

Joan Noelker, MD

  • Split Flow Success-Avoiding Pitfalls & Getting Up to Speed!: ACEP Connect
  • Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • Infections in Small Places: Managing Mastoiditis, Orbital Cellulitis, & Neck Abscesses

Rebecca B. Parker, MD, FACEP

  • #ACEP 4U: Advocate for Change!
  • Great Debate: Is Medicare for All Ready for Prime Time?

Elizabeth P D Pontius, MD, FACEP

  • Nightmare ENT Emergencies: Sore Throats That Can Kill
  • Quick Tips: ENT Procedures in the ED

Christian D. Pulcini, MD, MEd, MPH

  • Keeping It Simple: Pearls and Pitfalls in the Emergency Care of Medically Complex Children
  • Kids Dropping Out: Pediatric ECG From Normal to Disaster

Pryanka Relan, MD, MPH

  • Who is the WHO? The World Health Organization and Its Role in Emergency Care

Robert T. Stenberg, MD, RDCS, RDMS

  • High Yield OB Ultrasound Pearls: Scanning the Bun in the Oven
  • Bent, Broken, & Backed Up-Male GU Emergencies: FAST FACTS

George C. Willis, MD, FACEP

  • Cruising the Cardiology Literature: 2020
  • Aortic Dissection: Are You Missing the Diagnosis?
  • New Cardiac Drugs: How, What, and When to Use Them in the ED

Matthew D. Zuckerman, MD, FACEP

  • Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective EM Responses to the Opioid Crisis: FAST FACTS
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