Academic Emergency Medicine
© The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
Edited By: David C. Cone, MD
Impact Factor: 1.861
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 7/24 (Emergency Medicine)
Online ISSN: 1553-2712
Recently Published Issues
AEM Consensus Conference
The annual AEM Consensus Conference will be held on May 15, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dynamic Emergency Medicine Videos Available
Enjoy limited-time free access to a featured article from our exciting Dynamic Emergency Medicine section.
All articles in AEM's Dynamic Emergency Medicine section include video clips to enhance your understanding of the material. Download this article and supporting video material now while it's freely available and then read – and watch – at your leisure.
|Field Extremity Amputation: A Brief Curriculum and Protocol|
Steven W. Zils, Panna A. Codner and Ronald G. Pirrallo
|Play Video Clip: Field EMS Physician Limb Amputation Training and Guidelines|
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Academic Emergency Medicine Presents Free Peer-reviewed Lectures (PeRLs)
The fourth Academic Emergency Medicine video lecture has published. The videos in our Peer-reviewed Lecture Series (PeRLs) are intended to represent the state-of-the-art in emergency medicine education. Residents, practicing physicians, and medical students may use them for didactic education.
High Fidelity Case-based Simulation Debriefing: Everything You Need to Know
In this 30-minute talk, the authors take an in-depth look at how to debrief high-fidelity case-based simulation sessions, including discussion on debriefing theory, goals, approaches, and structure, as well as ways to create a supportive and safe learning environment, resulting in successful small group learning and self-reflection. Emphasis is placed on the “debriefing with good judgment” approach. Video clips of sample debriefing attempts, highlighting the “dos and don’ts” of simulation debriefing, are included. The goal of this talk is to provide you with the necessary tools and information to develop a successful and effective debriefing approach. There is a bibliography and a quick reference guide in Data Supplements S1 and S2 (available as supporting information in the online version of this paper).
This lecture can be viewed in its entirety online when you click the video above or click here.
SAEM News and Announcements
Emergency Medicine Organizations Herald New Office of Emergency Care Research at NIH as An Investment in the Future
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) have lauded the announcement by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) about the creation of a new Office of Emergency Care Research (OECR) as a gift to emergency patients everywhere.
2013 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting - Save the Date
May 15-19, 2013
In this video Jim Miner, Jason Nomura, Nick Genes and Robert Cooney have a discussion on the use of social media in medicine.
This video can be viewed in its entirety online when you click the video above or click here.