AAEM19 Competitions - Deadline Extended!
Opportunities for AAEM Members
Photographs of patients, pathology specimens, Gram stains, EKGs, and radiographic studies or other visual data may be submitted. Your submission should depict clear examples of findings that are relevant to the practice of emergency medicine or findings of unusual interest that have educational value. If your submission is accepted, you must mount it for viewing.
No more than three different photos may be submitted for any one case. Deadline to submit: November 1, 2018 at 11:59pm CT.
17th Annual Open Mic Competition
Open Mic is a proud tradition within AAEM, where attendees have the unique opportunity they have always wanted to speak at a national meeting. This open-floor format allows 16 "new voices" to be heard and evaluated by education committee members and conference attendees.
Registered Open Mic participants will have an opportunity to present a 25-minute lecture (20 minutes for presentation, 5 minutes for questions) on any topic of their choosing. The top two speakers will be invited to give a formal presentation at the 2020 Scientific Assembly in Phoenix, AZ.
10 slots are filled in advance - 6 slots available onsite. Visit the website to learn more.
Opportunities to Share with Colleagues
Young Physicians Section Poster Competition
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 (up to seven years post-residency) are eligible to submit their research for a poster competition. All posters will be displayed at the Scientific Assembly in Las Vegas. The top three posters will be awarded an honorarium (1st Place $1,000, 2nd Place $500, 3rd Place $250), a plaque and will be highlighted on AAEM’s social media pages.
21st Annual AAEM & Journal of Emergency Medicine Resident and Student Research Competition
This competition is designed to recognize outstanding research achievements by residents and students in emergency medicine.
The top 8 abstracts will be selected for oral presentation at AAEM19. 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 $3,000 honorarium, while second and third place will receive $1,500 and $500 honoraria, respectively.
AAEM/RSA & Western Journal of Emergency Medicine Population Health Research Competition
This is designed to showcase medical student and resident research specifically in areas that affect the health of populations of patients in and around the ED.
The top six abstracts submitted by students and residents will be selected for oral presentation at AAEM19. The top three winners will be highlighted on AAEM's social media pages and honored with plaques.