This competition is designed to recognize outstanding research achievements by young physicians in emergency medicine. Members of AAEM YPS and AAEM members who meet the YPS membership criteria are eligible to submit their research abstract.
The top 4 abstracts will be selected for oral presentation at AAEM21. All other abstract submissions are invited to display their research as a poster. The presenter of the oral abstract judged to represent the most outstanding research achievement will receive a $1,000 honorarium, while second and third place will receive $500 and $250 honoraria, respectively.
Please read the abstract submission instructions carefully. The deadline and space requirements are strictly enforced in order to give all authors an equal opportunity to submit their data in the same amount of space and under the same time constraints.
You will need to submit the author’s name, address, telephone, and fax numbers, as well as an email address. Only the first author and principal investigator listed on the submission form will be notified of abstract acceptance. The first author and principal investigator must be an AAEM YPS member or an AAEM member that is eligible for YPS. Only one individual may submit an abstract through the online submission portal. If your submission is accepted for display at Scientific Assembly, you may include the names of co-authors and co-submitters on the display.
Indicate what monies have funded the research, if any.
In accordance with the essentials and standards set forth by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, as well as guidelines proposed by the Food and Drug Administration and endorsed by the American Medical Association, an author with a conflict of interest with the content of their abstract must disclose that conflict prior to presentation. A conflict of interest includes, but is not limited to, any relevant financial relationship in a company, product or procedure mentioned in the abstract or in the presentation to be given at the conference. The authors must complete the disclosure form included in the electronic submission. A conflict in and of itself will not eliminate an abstract from consideration.
No abstract published as an article on or before February 9, 2021, may be submitted for this competition. Abstracts that have been presented at the national meetings of other organizations should not be submitted for consideration.
Any studies involving human subjects must conform to the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki of the World Medical Association (Clinical Research 1966; 14:103) and must meet all the requirements governing informed consent of the country in which the research was performed.
Ownership of abstracts not accepted reverts to the authors.
Submitters will be asked for permission for AAEM to use accepted abstracts for online continuing medical education purposes. All authors and contributors will be appropriately credited.
The presenting author of all abstracts submitted by February 9, 2021, will receive notification of acceptance or rejection in April 2021.
Withdrawals and revisions must be received in writing to email@example.com by February 15, 2021. No changes can be submitted after that date.
Objectives: A precise statement of the purpose of the study or the pre-study hypothesis. This may be preceded by a brief introduction summarizing past work or relevant controversies that place the study in perspective.
Methods: A brief statement of the methods used, including pertinent information about the study design, setting, participants, subjects, interventions, and observations.
Results: A summary of the results presented in sufficient detail to support the conclusions.
Conclusions: Conclusions should be succinctly stated and firmly supported by the data presented. Note important limitations.
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Financial Implications of Inefficient Decision Making - Kraftin E. Schreyer, MD CMQ FAAEM