May 10, 2019 5:00 PM Eastern
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Presenting at the annual Academic Assembly conference provides an opportunity to build your professional network and experience. Presenting a content rich session individually or as part of a team is a wonderful way to share knowledge, experiences, and ideas.
The conference's program will include sessions that teach best practices, stories of success, lessons learned, solutions to community and program issues, future directions and more. The conference program is split into several tracks, each focusing on a specific type of learner.
Best Practices Track (BP)
Integrating the best resources and ideas for residency programs in EM. Old favorites return, including “PD Survival Stories,” “Educational Soundbites” and new ideas coupled with innovative Ted style talks in the CORD 560 series. A must for any residency leader in EM!
Navigating the Academic Waters Track (NAW)
This track highlights fundamental junior faculty development topics, provides teaching and evaluation tools, as well as strategies for mentorship, time management, and leadership/academic advancement. Attending these sessions will facilitate both personal and professional growth of faculty, as well as graduating residents just beginning their academic careers.
Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine Track (CDEM)
CDEM is an invaluable resource for Clerkship Directors and continues to expand its scope, with sessions on advising students, curricular innovations, journal club, and the SLOE. CDEM is a wonderful forum to interact with other leaders in emergency medicine medical student education.
Emergency Medicine Association of Residency Coordiantors Track (EMARC)
This track is devoted to the development of residency coordinators. Sessions will cover important updates in recruitment, interviewing, residency budget, social media, and developing productive and satisfying working relationships with program directors.
New Programs & Leaders Track (NPL)
This track uses an interactive, small-group format targeted to newer program leadership, both PDs and APDs. Sessions will cover both the pragmatic and the personal aspects of starting and running a residency program. Participants will leave with a network of new contacts and with skills and tools to help successfully lead their program.
This track helps residents foster the skills that will be critical to their development and transition to their first academic position. Sessions will be interactive including CV preparation, landing your dream job, transitioning to junior faculty, presentation skills and design, and leadership. Don't miss this year's Chief Resident Symposium!
Medical Technology and Education Design Track (Med - TED)
Formerly known as iMED track, the Med-TED (Medical Technology and Education Design) Track will focus on how we can utlize technoligy and innovation to enhance the delivery of content and improve learner engagement in medical education. We invite submissions that focus on: Design and delivery of content and learner interactions with technology.