In addition to providing support for innovation and improvement in emergency care, and training future researchers, OECR will give us an opportunity to work collaboratively with our colleagues at the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine on interprofessional research initiatives that address the needs of patients and the clinicians who work as a team in the emergency care setting.
What does AEM stand for?
AEM stands for Academic Emergency Medicine (journal)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Overall, 38% of all patients reported their weight to be unhealthy, but only 28% recalled being told so by their provider, University of Florida emergency physician Matthew Ryan reported at the recent meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine in Chicago.
Weaver is active in the American College of Emergency Physicians both nationally and at the state chapter level, receiving the coveted Horizon Award in 2011, as well as the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
An earlier version of this article was presented, in part, at the Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine meeting, April 2005, Marina Del Rey, California, at the Research Forum at the American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, September 2005, Washington, DC, at the National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, December 2007; and at the 15th Annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infection, February 2008, Boston.
Jeri Rose reported at the annual meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
CHICAGO -- Patients with ischemic strokes have poorer outcomes and higher mortality if they have hyperglycemia, and the prognosis appears to be even worse among those with no history of diabetes mellitus, according to findings from an observational study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
Reviewed journals included Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM), Annals of Emergency Medicine (AnnEM), Annals of Internal Medicine (AIM), Journal of Trauma (JT), and New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).
Roger Lewis, both of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, will publish their findings on their survey next month in the Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine.