21st Century Thinking (CCS Keynote Address)
Keynote – Past is Prologue – 20 Years after The Rape of Emergency Medicine
2012-09-21-0900 Dealing with Burnout in Emergency Medicine
2012-09-19-1700 Lessons from a Career in Emergency Medicine
2012-08-21 10h00 Emergency Medicine and Global Health Vice President, RAND Corporation Director, RAND Health Member, IOM Committee on the Future of Emergency Health Care in the US Health System
2012-06-30 D4T1 0800-0900 Plenary – Post-Cardiac Arrest Syndrome (entire track) Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.
2012-06-27 D1T1 0830 Opening Ceremony – Remarks by President of Ireland Plan to visit us at ICEM2014 in Hong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.
3-A-1300 An Emergency Medicine Foundation – Joys, Pitfalls, and Lessons Learned – Ed Sloan (Illinois)
2011-08-17-0815 Global Emergency Medicine Networks
21 Nov 0830-0930 Clinical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine – Patrick Croskerry
2010-1-A-0800 25 Years of Emergency Medicine – McNamara
2A 1230 Plenary – Is Triage Dead – Sally McCarthy (Australia)
3A 1300 Plenary – Is Pediatric Critical Care Relevant to the Developing World – Niranjan ‘Tex’ Kissoon (Canada)
3A 1230 Plenary – Organizing a Multi-Site Government Funded Project – Bill Barsan (Michigan)
1A 1300 – Plenary – Influenza Overpreparedness – Gregory Moran (California)