ICEP is seeking submissions for the Podcast Competition that will be introduced at the 2017 Spring Symposium on May 4, 2017. The ICEP Podcast Competition is open to emergency medicine residents in Illinois to address a variety of topics in emergency medicine. The entries may vary from literature review, to procedural techniques, to current topics of interest. The most creative entry will be recognized and showcased at the Symposium.
The deadline to submit abstracts is Monday, April 3, 2017. The Podcast Workgroup of the Education Committee will make selections and notify applicants by April 17, 2017.
Goal of ICEP Podcast
The goal of ICEP podcasts are to provide an online resource of up-to-date and relevant information as it pertains to the practice of emergency medicine. By way of podcast medium, ICEP will expand the conversation on various emergency medicine topics while offering a resource of insightful feedback and dialogue from the ICEP community.
Content, Format and Deadlines
The content of each submission must reflect at least two of the criteria below:
- Evidence based medicine
- Direct reference of literature review / resource
- Cutting-edge emergency management
The podcast length requirement for each submission is a minimum of 6 minutes to a maximum of 10 minutes. Submissions shorter than 6 minutes or longer than 10 minutes will not be eligible.
All podcast must be submitted in MP3 format.
Each submission must include the podcast file (MP3 format), a completed Podcast Submission Form, and documented references and copyright permissions for review by the Podcast Workgroup. Submit all materials electronically to ICEP.org/podcast. Submissions must conform to the guidelines listed in the form in order to be considered.
The deadline for submission is Monday, April 3, 2017 at 4:30 pm Central Time. This deadline will be strictly enforced.
Podcast Submission Scoring Guidelines
Entries will be judged based on topic, content, and delivery. The competition winner will be featured on the ICEP Podcast to be launched this year. Monetary prizes will be awarded. In addition, the top three submissions will be used as future ICEP podcasts.
Each podcast submission will be judged based on three categories:
- Delivery of content
- Medical relevance to the practice of Emergency Medicine
All submissions will receive written feedback from the Podcast Workgroup.