Resident Career Day
August 29, 2019
Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago
Looking ahead to the next phase of your career? Get ready for everything that comes next — from leadership skills to quality improvement programs to the cases that can make or break your career — with ICEP’s program designed to provide resources and advice to residents, medical students and young physicians as they
embark on their emergency medicine careers.
Let’s face it: Life after residency brings a new set of challenges. ICEP’s Resident Career Day focuses on giving you the tools you need to meet these challenges head on and turn them into opportunities.
- Conscious Leadership with William Jaquis, MD, MSHQS, FACEP, ACEP President-Elect
- How to Build a Culture of Innovation in Your Department with Paul Casey, MD, FACEP, ICEP Board Member-at-Large
- WTF – Cases That Make or Break Your Career with Ernest Wang, MD, FACEP, ICEP President
- Speed Dating Career Fair to make key networking connections
- Open Forum with ACEP & ICEP Leadership for Medical Students and 1st Year Residents
- Product Showcase presented by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Alliance
2018 Resident Career Day Meeting Materials
No handout provided for Personal Finance for Resident EM Physicians – Dr. Christopher Kang
Missed Resident Career Day?
2017 Resident Career Day App – including presentation handouts and Exhibitor/Sponsor Listings
2016 Resident Career Day App – including presentation handouts and Exhibitor/Sponsor Listings
Video Lectures from 2014
Videos from 2014 Resident Career Day are available now at ICEPblog.org on the following topics:
- “The House I Will Never Live In”: Managing Student Debt – panel discussion
- Global Health Opportunities – panel discussion
- Building Your Brand Using Social Media – Dr. Ernest Wang
- What I Didn’t Learn in Residency – Dr. Paul Kivela
Podcast Lectures from 2013
Audio podcasts from the program are now available! Listen to all of the general sessions from Resident Career Day to pick up more strategies and advice you might have missed. Visit ICEPblog.org to listen to these helpful presentations. Handouts are included in the blog posts for quick reference.