The Critical Care Medicine Section (CCMS-AAEM) serves as a forum for those interested in critical care to exchange information, develop critical care educational opportunities, and be a centralized point of communication for medical students, residents, and attendings. The section will work closely with AAEM/RSA to provide mentorship to medical students and residents who are interested in critical care fellowships.
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The primary purpose of the Critical Care Medicine Section (CCMS-AAEM) is to serve as a forum for those interested in critical care to exchange information among the group, as well as with fellow AAEM members. The section will help develop critical care educational opportunities at Scientific Assembly and through webinars, and be a centralized point of communication for medical students, residents, and attendings. The section will work closely with AAEM/RSA to provide mentorship to medical students and residents who are interested in critical care fellowships.Bylaws
Elias E. Wan, MD FAAEM
David Hirsch Gordon, MD
Allyson M. Hynes, MD FAAEM
Immediate Past Chair
A. June Gordon, MD FAAEM
Neil Dasgupta, MD
Frederick Gmora, DO
Jason Xu, MD
Alex Yang, MD
Ava Omidvar, MPH FP-C
Al O. Giwa, LLB MD MBA MBE FAAEM
You must be a current AAEM or AAEM/RSA member to join a section.
- Fellow or Full Voting ($50)
- Associate ($50)
- Fellows-in-Training (Free)
- International ($25)
- Resident (Free)
- Medical Student (Free)
Section memberships run on a calendar year and must be renewed annually.
There are no upcoming events.
Watch recordings from past CCMS-AAEM events:
Read articles from AAEM’s member magazine, Common Sense, authored by CCMS-AAEM members.
- The Future of Fluid Resuscitation in Criticallly Ill Patients is Here. Or is It? by Shadman Kabir, OMS-III, Elias Wan, MD, David H. Gordon, MD, May/June 2023
- Overcoming Obstacles to Bystander CPR by Cara Gardner, MS and David Gordon, MD, March/April 2023
- Post Intubate Awareness While Paralyzed and How to Avoid It by Kirstin Acus, MD, Cara Gardner, MS, and David Gordon, MD, January/February 2023
- Critical Care Education: How Early is Too Early? Part Two: A Follow-Up on the Novel “AAEM/RSA Introduction to Critical Care in Emergency Medicine” Curriculum by Matthew Carvey, MD FP-C, Ava Omidvar, MSIII MPS FP-C, Elias Wan, MD FAAEM, and Skyler Lentz, MD FAAEM, November/December 2022
- In Praise of the Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Catheter by David Gordon, MD FAAEM, Alexander Bracey, MD FACEP, and Neil Dasgupta, MD FAAEM, September/October 2022
- Utilization of Arterial Lines in the Emergency Department by Alex Yang, MD and Elias Wan, MD FAAEM, July/August 2022
- Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest by Matthew Stampfl, MD and Benjamin Rezny, DO FAAEM, May/June 2022
- Critical Care Education: How Early Is Too Early? by Ava Omidvar, MSIII MPH FP-C and Matthew Carvey, MD EMT-P FP-C, March/April 2022
- Captivating Capnography – The Basics of End-Tidal CO2 by Benjamin Rezny, DO FAAEM and Andrew Winkleman, OMS-II, January/February 2022
- Bougie Conundrum: Airway Adjunct or Secret to 1st Pass Success? Should We Incorporate into Routine Practice and How? by Frederick Gmora, DO, Skyler Lentz, MD FAAEM, Elias Wan, MD FAAEM, November/December 2021
- 2020-2021: A One Year Summary of the Critical Care Medicine Section (PDF) by Skyler Lentz, MD FAAEM, 2021-22 Chair and Andrew W. Phillips, MD MEd FAAEM, 2021-22 Immediate Past Chair, July/August 2021
- Vents, Cardiac Events, and Aerosolized Contaminants: Performing CPR on Vented COVID-19 Patients (PDF) by Kerolos Abadeer, DO and Christopher Perry, MD Editor: Alex Flaxman, MD MSE – RowanSOM/Jefferson Health/Virtua-Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Critical Care Fellowship Program, May/June 2021
- We are Nebulizing What Now? Nebulizing Nitro: Therapies for PE iNO More Excuses for PE Therapy (PDF) by Mark Ramzy, DO EMT-P, March/April 2021
- Intubating Asthma (PDF) by Charles J. Blevins, MD, January/February 2021