Upcoming AAEM-Recommended Conferences and Activities
Submit a Recommended Conference
Click here to submit a Recommended Conference Application. Please note, there is an application fee that is equal to the registration fee for one physician for the conference. All recommended conference applications should be submitted no less than three months in advance of the activity and should adhere to the Recommended Conference and Course Guidelines.
ACMT Chemical and Traumatic Crowd Control Injuries
Date and Location: December 1, 2022 – Virtual | On Demand
In recent years, use of crowd control agents and strategies in response to protest events has drawn significant attention in the media. The American College of Medical Toxicology is pleased to offer this half-day (4-hour) course, which aims to build awareness of commonly used crowd control agents and strategies, and describe the appropriate medical (pre-hospital and emergency department) management of chemical and traumatic crowd control injuries.
Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine 2022 (ESEM22)
Dates and Locations: 7-10 December, 2022 at Conrad Abu Dhabi – Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi – UAE
National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) 2023 Annual Meeting
Dates and Location: January 23-28, 2023 at JW Marriott Tampa Water Street – Tampa, FL
With a cutting-edge program lined up with education and research on resuscitation, substance use disorder, technology and Innovation, and more, National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) 2023 Annual Meeting keeps you up-to-date on the latest EMS education and research. Join NAEMSP January 23-25 for preconference workshops—including Resuscitation Academy (RA): Focused for the Advanced Provider and Airway Cadaver Lab—and January 26-28 for all other conference sessions. Browse the program now.
Take Medicine Back Summit 2023
Dates and Locations: May 19-21, 2023 – Asheville, NC | Virtual
Patients, physicians, and healthcare workers unite to take medicine back from corporate interests.
Recognizing Life-Threatening Emergencies in People with VEDS
In an effort to improve recognition and outcomes in emergency setting and, ultimately, save lives of those impacted with Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (VEDS), The VEDS Movement, a non-profit organization, has developed this free enduring online CME course designed specifically for EM physicians. The course employs case presentations to increase awareness of VEDS, improve diagnostic accuracy, and ensure the competent emergency medical management of individuals with VEDS.
AAEM will not forward requests for recommended conferences if they fall within one month prior to or following AAEM conferences or meetings (excluding Oral Board Review Courses).