Spring Symposium

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

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Spotlight on: Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health


Highlights include:

  • Panel discussion on what it means to incorporate social EM into your daily practice, moderated by past ICEP president John Lumpkin, MD, MPH, FACEP and featuring panelists Christopher Barsotti, MD, FACEP, founder of AFFIRM, and ACEP Board member Aisha T. Liferidge, MD, MPH, FACEP. Dr. Lumpkin will start with the “why”of incoporating social EM in your practice and strategies for building trust with your patients. The panelists will focus on the “how”: their struggles and successes in the real world, with takeaways to improve your job satisfaction and help your patients simultaneously.
  • Health equity and its impact on EM presented by Dr. Liferidge to frame diversity and inclusion goals through the lens of health disparities to recommend a policy-based action plan for closing gaps and improving health
  • Lunch-and-learn seminar on risk reduction for patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation, presented with support of Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Alliance
  • Plus: Favorites including the Resident Speaker Forum, Statewide Research Showcase, Podcast Competition and Annual Business Meeting

Thank you to all who joined us for the 2018 Spring Symposium!

2017-2018 ICEP Year in Review

2018 Spring Symposium Photo Gallery

2018 Spring Symposium Educational Materials

Spring Symposium Meeting Program Booklet – includes Exhibitor Listing & Agenda

EM Lightning Rounds Presentation Handouts
Alisa A. McQueen, MD, FAAP, FACEP – “Thicker Than Water”: The Latest on the Bleeding Pediatric Patient

Steven E. Aks, DO, FACMT, FACEP – What You Can Do About the Opioid Epidemic in Your ED Today

Adam Rodos, MD – From (A)ndexanet Alfa to (V)itamin K: Anti-Coagulation Reversal in the ED

Yanina Purim-Shem-Tov, MD, MS, FACEP – ICEP & ACEP Value of Advocacy

David Chestek, DO – How to Not Hate Your EMR: Tips and Tricks

Frederic Starr, MD, FACS – Trauma Pearls: Blunt Cardiac Injury: Who, How & What?

Joseph Palter, MD – Thromboelastography (TEG) and Its “Off Label Uses”

Getting Things Done – Working in a Distracted World Handouts
Salim R. Rezaie, MD, FACEP
PowerPoint Slides (NOTE: Large file size [136 MB]; may take several minutes to download depending on connection speed)
REBEL EM Blog (Dr. Rezaie will have a blog post on REBEL EM on May 3 to accompany this presentation.)

Other Meeting Materials
Statewide Research Showcase eBook

Faculty & Planner Disclosure

2016-2017 ICEP Year in Review

2017 Photo Gallery

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2016 Spring Symposium Photo Highlights

Annual Business Meeting Photo Highlights

More photos on ICEP’s Facebook page!

2016 Spring Symposium Educational Materials

2016 Spring Symposium Meeting Program, Exhibitor Listing & Agenda

Panel Discussion – Current Critical Care Considerations and Implications for Practicing Emergency Physicians – Drs. Nicholas Mohr, Matthew Siedsma, and David Barounis
PowerPoint Handout

Dr. Heather Prendergast – The Heart Failure Management Paradigm: From the Emergency Department to Hospital Admission and Discharge
PowerPoint Handout

Statewide Research Showcase eBook

Participant Roster

Faculty & Planner Disclosure

2015 Spring Symposium Program Highlights

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More photos posted to ICEP’s Facebook page!


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