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EM Leadership Forum recap: photos, awards & board elections | Ohio ACEP member successfully promotes naloxone bill
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John L. Lyman, MD, FACEP
President, Ohio ACEP
In this issue:
Save the Date!
August 14, 2014
Ohio ACEP Residents’ Assembly
The Conference Center at OCLC

Dublin, Ohio

Winter/Spring 2014 Product & Course Catalog

Interested in serving on a National ACEP Committee?

ACEP is now accepting CVs from members who want to lend their experience and expertise to move emergency medicine forward. [Read more]
 
Interest forms due May 18, 2014!
Members in the News

James J. Augustine, MD, FACEP, whose article, â€œWhat ED Performance Measures Should Mean to You,” was published in the March edition of ACEP Now

Gillian Beauchamp, MD, who was featured in the Medical Xpress article, “Study finds seasonal trends in suicide attempts”

Bradley Clarke, DO, FACEP, who was featured in the EMS World article, “Simulation-Based Bariatric Training Prepares Ohio EMS Agencies”

Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, whose articles, “Ten Ways Obamacare Could Impact Patients, Emergency Departments, and the Physician Workforce,” and “Myths in Emergency Medicine,” were published in the March edition of ACEP Now

Joan Papp, MD, FACEP, who was featured in the Cleveland Plain Dealer article, “First responders in Ohio can now carry life-saving heroin overdose antidote”

Recent News & Opinion

When A Prescription For Pain Pills Becomes A Gateway To Addiction
by EM physician, Dr. Leana Wen, for NPR’s Shots blog,
February 15

Why I will be an Emergency Medicine Physician
by Joey Leary, for The Central Line blog,
February 17

Geriatric EDs: The Next Trend in Emergency Medicine?
AMN Healthcare,
February 18

A Push for Less Testing in Emergency Rooms
The Wall Street Journal,
February 23

‘Psych Holding Is Crippling Our ED’
by Dr. John Bednar, for Emergency Physicians Monthly,
February 25

Medical groups issue new geriatric ER guidelines
Fierce Healthcare,
February 26

The Sustainable Growth Rate Formula, Then and Now
by L. Anthony Cirillo, MD, FACEP,
ACEP Now, March edition

When Facts Are Scarce, ER Doctor Turns Detective To Decide On Care
by EM physician, Dr. Leana Wen, for NPR’s Shots blog,
March 8

Majority of transgender patients report negative experiences in emergency departments
Science Codex,
March 12

Emergency Rooms Are No Place for the Elderly
by Pauline W. Chen, MD, The New York Times’ Well blog,
March 13

Welcome New Members!

Nicholas T Barnes
Kimberly L Eustache
Marissa Koning
Zachary Olson
Joshua B Sayers
Lindsey Barrick, DO
Michael Harakas
Kathleen S Hateley
Brian Ichwan
Michael Merjanian
Jodi Mrosko
Chloe M Sidley
Stephen Werner
Richard J Bower, MD
Stephen M Gardner
Ross E McDermott
Justin L McGee
President's Message

Leadership and Advocacy. They go together like ham and eggs, Penn and Teller, Page and Plant. So how appropriate that the most recent Ohio ACEP event was our two-day Emergency Medicine Leadership Forum, the perfect intersection of Leadership and Advocacy.

The event began with an exclusive screening of the fantastic EMRA documentary delving into the history of Emergency Medicine. The appropriately-titled “24|7|365” was very well-received by the many people in attendance. The highlight for many of us was the presence of two of the “stars” of the documentary, Dr. Bruce Janiak (the 1st Emergency Medicine resident in the country) and Dr. Pam Bensen (the first woman elected to the Board of Directors of ACEP). [Read more]
Leadership Development Academy Member Spotlight - Dr. Julian Jakubowski

Dr. Jakubowski was born and raised in New York City. During his senior year at the acclaimed Bronx High School of Science, Dr. Jakubowski got involved with EMS. Becoming an emergency medical technician before the age of 18, he became hooked on emergency medicine and worked as an EMT in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties. [Read more]
Emergency Medicine Leadership Forum

On March 4 & 5, in Columbus, Ohio ACEP held its Emergency Medicine Leadership Forum. Nearly 100 attending physicians, EM residents and Ohio legislators gathered for this celebration of emergency medicine’s Past, Present and Future. 

The Forum started on the evening of March 4 with a Red Carpet Legacy Reception and exclusive screening of EMRA’s remarkable documentary, 24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine. [Read more]

Board of Directors and Councillor Elections
On March 5, in conjunction with the Emergency Medicine Leadership Forum, Ohio ACEP held its annual elections for Board of Directors and ACEP Councillors. [See results]

Bill Hall Award, Emergency Physician Medical Education Award, Presented at Leadership Forum

Dr. John Lyman presents Dr. Robert Jones with the 2014 Emergency Physician Medical Education Award [Read more]

Dr. John Lyman presents Dr. Kevin Klauer with the Bill Hall Award for Service, Ohio ACEP's highest honor [Read more]

Acknowledgements
Thanks to EMRA for allowing us to share their outstanding film, 24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine, with our Forum attendees. Ohio ACEP would also like to extend a special thanks to our Legacy Sponsor, PhysAssist, and all the exhibitors who helped make the EM Leadership Forum possible!
 
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Member Kudos

Jeffrey Caterino, MD, FACEP, and Scott Wilber, MD, FACEP, who were part of the task force for the recently published “Geriatric Emergency Department Guidelines” 

Brad Gable, MD; Daniel Celik, MD; Mary Colleen Bhalla, MD, FACEP; and Rami Ahmed, DO, FACEP, for authoring the research study, “Improving Bariatric Patient Transport and Care with Simulation” in the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

Thomas Terndrup, MD, FACEP, and Scott Wilber, MD, FACEP, who collaborated for the “Protocolized Care for Early Septic Shock (ProCESS) statistical analysis plan” published in Critical Care Resuscitation

Dr. Scott Wilber, MD, FACEP, who co-authored “Validation of Cell-Cycle Arrest Biomarkers for Acute Kidney Injury Using Clinical Adjudication” published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

If you know of a member that deserves to be congratulated, let us know!
Ohio ACEP Member Successfully Promotes Naloxone Bill
Dr. Joan Papp was present at the signing of House Bill 170
Columbus, OH—On Tuesday, March 11, Ohio ACEP member Dr. Joan Papp was on hand as Gov. John Kasich signed into law House Bill 170, which expands the list of licensed health professionals, emergency responders or peace officers who may prescribe or administer the drug naloxone. [Read more]
Ohio ACEP EM Board Review Course in Orlando

On February 6-10, Ohio ACEP held its nationally-known Emergency Medicine Board Review Course at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida! This was the first time the course was held outside of Ohio, and we’re happy to report that it was a great success!

Emergency physicians attended from 26 states and five different countries; one attendee came from as far away as Sweden!

Did you miss the February course? Not to worry! We’re offering the nation’s most-respected EM Board Review in Columbus in August and October!
 
The Ohio ACEP Emergency Medicine Board Review Course (5 day course)
August 18 - 22, 2014
October 6 - 10, 2014
Fast Facts Emergency Medicine Board Review (3 day course)

August 23 - 25, 2014

                          
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