Tag Archives: Academic EM

Vu Kiet Tran (Canada): Things We Do That Have No Evidence

2012-06-30 D4T5 1130 Things We Do That Have No Evidence   Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.

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Greg Larkin (New Zealand): Biostatistics for Dummies

2012-06-27 D1T8 1720 Biostatistics for Dummies   Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.

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Colin Graham (Hong Kong): Tips on Getting Published in the EM Literature

2012-06-27 D1T8 1645 Tips on Getting Published in the EM Literature Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.

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Latha Stead (USA): Get Published, Get Promoted

2012-06-27 D1T8 1600 Get Published, Get Promoted   Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.

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Entire Track: Getting Published in Emergency Medicine (~2 hours)

2012-06-27 D1T8 1600-1800 Getting Published in Emergency Medicine Research (entire track)   Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.

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Jenice Baker-Ford: Transitioning from Academia to the Community

2012-01-12-1100 Transitioning from Academia to the Community – Jenice Baker-Ford

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Latha Stead: How to Get Published

2011-08-17-1530 How to Get Published

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Mike Chansky: Optimizing Your Desirability (off mike)

2011-02-02-1000 Optimizing Your Desirability – Mike Chansky

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Joe Lex: 2010 LLSA Review

2010-11-18-1300 LLSA 2010 Review – Joe Lex

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David Cone: How to Get Published

2010-11-18 1100 How to Get Published – David Cone

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Bill Barsan (Michigan): Organizing a Multi-Site Government Funded Project

3A 1230 Plenary – Organizing a Multi-Site Government Funded Project – Bill Barsan (Michigan)

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Steve Hayden: Taking Evidence to the Bedside

Taking Evidence to the Bedside – Steve Hayden

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David A. Talan: STOP MRSA

STOP MRSA – Dave Talan

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Jacob Ufberg: Statistics and Bayesian Thinking

Statistics and Bayesian Thinking – Jacob Ufberg

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Amal Mattu: Becoming the Leader That Others Follow

2009-11-12 0900 Becoming the Leader That Others Follow – Amal Mattu

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