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President's Message

A few reminders before the real message of this month:
  1. Although we’re only a few weeks away, it’s not too late to register for National ACEP’s Leadership and Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C. on March 12-15.
  2. For those of you who work with medical students, please tell them about our Midwest Medical Student Symposium, April 1st in Toledo, OH. It’s an invaluable day for rising fourth year medical students considering entering EM as there will be a residency fair, Q&A panel discussion with program directors, and lectures on rocking your EM rotation and interviews.
  3. Finally, don’t forget to register for the Ohio ACEP Emergency Medicine Forum and Annual Meeting May 2 and 3 in Columbus, OH. We’re very excited about the program that’s coming together. Stay tuned for more in next month’s eNews.
And now to my real message… Last week the ACGME’s decision to remove the accreditation for the Summa EM program effective July 1 sent shockwaves through emergency medicine, both in Ohio and around the country. [Read more]

Member Kudos

Jon Schrock, MD, FACEP, whose research, “The Advanced Reperfusion Era: Implications for Emergency Systems of Ischemic Stroke Care,” was published in the February edition of the Annals of Emergency Medicine

Do you know of a member that deserves to be congratulated? Let us know!

Calling all Med Students: Considering Emergency Medicine?

Midwest Med Student Symposium - April 1, 2017, Toledo, OH

This is the Med Student Event You Can’t Afford to Miss!

On April 1, Ohio ACEP and the Michigan College of Emergency Physicians will team up to offer medical students the chance to explore the fastest-paced, most exciting specialty in the house of medicine! Join program directors from some of the region’s top EM residencies at the Midwest Medical Student Symposium and learn about finding the right residency, rocking your residency interview, and how to shine during rotations. Plus, Skills Labs and Residency Career Fair!

$25 registration fee includes all Workshops, Residency Fair, and Skills Labs!
Sponsored by:
EMRA

Members in the News

Tanner Gronowski, DO, who co-wrote the book review for A Thousand Naked Strangers, which was published in the February edition of the Annals of Emergency Medicine

Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, who wrote the ACEP Now article, “Superficial Venous Thromboses, Intracranial Aneurysms, and Treating High Glucose Levels: More Myths in Emergency Medicine

Erika Kube, MD, FACEP, who wrote the Columbus Dispatch column, “Emergency Medicine: Quick response vital in treating heart attacks

Hamilton Lempert, MD, FACEP, who wrote the ACEP Now articles, “Documentation Tips for Physicians Using Medical Scribes” and “Tips for Physicians on Billing for ECGs and X-Rays

Do you know of a member featured or interviewed in a news story? Let us know!

From National ACEP 


Nominations Sought for ACEP Board of Director, Council Officer Candidates
Interested in being part of ACEP's leadership? The ACEP Nominating Committee is accepting individual, chapter, and section recommendations for ACEP's Board of Directors, Council Speaker, and Council Vice Speaker candidates. Nominations must be submitted by March 1.

Join New Medical Directors Section
Are you a medical director or involved in leadership of your emergency department? Then you need to join ACEP's newly chartered Medical Directors Section. Network, engage, and discuss many of the challenges associated with daily ED management, such as emergency department flow, left without being seen, patient satisfaction surveys, management of patient and physician complaints, hospital administration relationships, remodeling, and more. Join today!

Save the Date! 2017 Leadership & Advocacy Conference Moves to March!
ACEP’s 2017 Leadership & Advocacy Conference (LAC) is being held in March instead of its usual May timeframe. LAC is taking place Sunday, March 12-Wednesday, March 15. This is the perfect advocacy conference for both political novices and veterans alike! Registration is now open!

Recent News & Opinion

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January 10, 2017

Stigma Surrounding Physician Suicides Means Many Go Unreported
ACEP Now
January 13, 2017

Physician Aid in Dying Gains Acceptance in the U.S.
The New York Times
January 16, 2017

Clark County drug overdoses double in 24-hour spike
Springfield [Ohio] News-Sun
January 18, 2017

A resident’s advice on Match ranking: You are in control
AMA Wire
January 20, 2017

Learning to say no: Hospitals train emergency doctors to resist prescribing opioids
STAT
January 23, 2017

Survey Measures Burnout Among Emergency Medicine Residents
ACEP Now
January 24, 2017

How physician burnout compares to general working population
AMA Wire
January 27, 2017

The MetroHealth System Announces Office of Opioid Safety
MetroHealth System news release
February 1, 2017
Break the Cycle and Prioritize Bedside Teaching
By EM physicians Drs. Jordana Haber and Alberto Hazan for Emergency Medicine News
February 1, 2017

Solving the Perennial Shift Problem
By EM physician Dr. Graham Walker for Emergency Medicine News
February 1, 2017

On National Women Physicians Day, A Reminder That Women Save More Lives For Less Pay
Forbes
February 3, 2017

Overdose reports on the rise in Miami County
Piqua Daily Call
February 4, 2017

Genesis plans new Perry County medical center
Zanesville Times Recorder
February 10, 2017

We need to start talking about what comes after physician burnout
KevinMD.com
February 12, 2017

ACEP Promotes Diversity in Emergency Medicine Through Initiatives, Task Force
ACEP Now
February 13, 2017

Medical Specialty Leaders Hold Meeting at ACEP Headquarters
ACEP Now
February 13, 2017

How Long You Stay On Opioids May Depend On Doc You See In the E.R.
Kaiser Health News
February 15, 2017
Dr. Michael McCrea

Michael J. McCrea, MD, FACEP

President, Ohio ACEP
In this issue:

Ohio ACEP Winter/Spring Product & Course Brochure

Winter/Spring Product & Course Brochure

Ohio ACEP Written Board Review Courses

Three date options available!
Ohio ACEP Emergency Medicine Board Review
(5-day course)
  • August 19 - 23, 2017
  • October 9 - 13, 2017
Fast Facts EM Board Review (3-day course)
  • August 24 - 26, 2017

Can't make it to a live Board Review Course? Not to worry!

EM Board Review Sessions On Demand

Space is Limited! Register Today

EM Oral Board Review Course - April 4, April 5, Sept 13, Sept 14

Registration Now Open:

Ohio ACEP EM Forum - May 2&3, 2017, Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square
Dr. Carol Rivers' Written Board Review--New 8th Edition Now Available!
Dr. Carol Rivers' Oral Board Review

EM Ultrasound Courses

Basic EM Ultrasound Course - April 12&13, May 10&11
Advanced EM Ultrasound Course - May 12
LLSA Review Course - March 15

Ohio EMS Now Accepting Star of Life Nominations

Help recognize Ohio's outstanding first responders, reunite EMS personnel with the patients they saved, and honor Ohio's dedicated EMS community. Nominate an EMS hero today! Nominate by February 24!
Ohio EM Residents' Assembly - August 10

Welcome, New Members!


Isaac K Agboola
Matthew Dettmer
Jaspreet K Dhillon
Jaron Goldberg, MD
Alban Holyoke
Michael Howell
Adam Leid
Ahmad Maarouf
Joshua Niforatos
Krista Olson, MD
Jennifer Pallansch
Nihanth Peta
Joan E Rothenberg, MD
Mark R Serpico
Ayana M Wilson, MD
Amanda L Wojahn
Ohio ACEP Career Center

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