Aubri Carman won the AGEM abstract award for residents with her project: "Emergency Telemedicine Bundled with Embedded Staff Reduces Hospitalizations from Skilled Nursing Facilities"
A small exerpt from Megan Mcelhinny one of our stand out interns, who attended the conference.
In our nations capital, this May 2018, emergency physicians from around the country came together to advocate on behalf of patients. Idealistic and inspired EPs rallied around several important and timely topics and brought concerns to Capitol Hill. This year advocacy topics included opioid misuse, medication shortages and emergency preparedness. The following are bills and congressional asks that were included as part of the advocacy efforts:
You can find the most up-to-date information of topic specific advocacy supported by ACEP at the website below!
"Are you ready to train in a program tailored to excellence to help you develop as a leader in emergency medicine? Accept nothing but the best–as do we–from yourself and our program."
– Dr. Michael Epter, Program Director