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Upcoming Events for Fall 2014

Introduction to Emergency Medicine Lunch Lecture  

  • Friday, September 19th, from 12 to 1 pm in Education 1, Room 1500 
  • Dr. Kennon Heard, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, will deliver an informative casual lecture to answer basic questions about EM, such as: What is Emergency Medicine?  Where do EM docs practice and what do they do?  Dr. Heard will also reserve a portion of the hour for a Q&A session.   

Casting / Splinting Skills Night (co-hosted by OSIG, FMIG, and EMIG) 

  • Tuesday, October 7th, from 6 to 8 pm in RC-1 North, Rm. 1405-1409 
  • Students will learn the indications for different casts and splints, and then practice placing them on their peers.  The event will be taught by residents & faculty in orthopedics, emergency medicine and family medicine 

Documentary Screening: "24/7/365 - The Evolution of Emergency Medicine  

  • Thursday, October 23rd, from 5:30 to 7 pm in TBD 
  • This must-see documentary tells the story of the beginning of emergency medicine and how the founders of the specialty changed the American medical landscape.  

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Lunch Lecture 

  • Thursday, November 6th, from 12 to 1 pm in TBD 
  • Dr. Erika Sidney, Assistant Professor in Pediatrics-Emergency / Urgent Care / NOC, will deliver an informative on the various facets of Pediatric Emergency Medicine