On behalf of the Scientific Assembly Planning Work Group of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Education Committee, we are looking forward to welcoming you to AAEM23 Scientific Assembly and to New Orleans, Louisiana. This event is one of the most anticipated academic conferences of the year, with a focus on cutting edge clinical medicine as well as practical application to patient care. Networking opportunities are plentiful as well as open invitations to attend any committee, section, or interest group meetings.
AAEM’s Scientific Assembly will take an innovative and practical look at various topics within emergency medicine that shape our field of practice. We are excited to expand the conversation on the topics of toxicology, cardiology, critical care, infectious disease, and many more. By combining discussion from leading scholars with innovative medical nuances, we hope to provide a resource to enhance the understanding of our beloved specialty.
AAEM continues to feature several learning styles: 20-minute track talks; 7-minute, “short and sweet” Breve Dulce lectures; 45-minute plenaries; hands-on Small Group Clinics; and pre-conference courses. The Meeting of the Minds literature review panels are back by popular demand. The competitions at Scientific Assembly continue to grow: listen to oral abstract presentations, watch up-and-coming speakers at Open Mic, and browse the poster gallery for research posters and baffling case encounters in the Photo Competition. Many AAEM groups are planning social events to supplement your educational time with opportunities to meet new colleagues as well as socialize with cherished friends.
The planning work group has invested significant time and thought to ensure that every participant has an educational, enjoyable, and safe experience in New Orleans. We look forward to sharing these amazing topics and engaging presenters with you.
We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
Christopher Colbert, DO FAAEM
Molly K. Estes, MD FAAEM FACEP
Jason Hine, MD FAAEM
Julie Vieth, MD FAAEM