2016 CAEP Conference – Call for Abstract Submissions

2016 CAEP Conference – Call for Abstract Submissions

CAEP 2016: Gateway to Learning Québec City, June 4-8, 2016 Important Abstract Dates *Electronic submission opens: Friday, November 6, 2015 at 09:00 Eastern *Electronic submission closes: Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 23:59 Eastern (no exceptions) *Abstract Notification Please carefully review the guidelines below regarding submission, review, format, and awards before starting your submission. The link to the electronic submission site is provided at the bottom of this page. Detailed abstracts instructions are provided on the submission site (link provided below) and at Abstract Submission. Abstract Overview CAEP Abstract Awards are awarded annually through a peer-review competition that ranks all abstracts through standardized criteria. The awards are given to the highest ranked abstracts submitted to eligible CAEP Members. There are two categories of acceptable abstracts with separate submission processes: research abstracts and education innovation abstracts. Select the appropriate category, when you open the submission tab on the CAEP Abstract site. The structured abstract should be aligned with the subsections appropriate to the abstract category. Click here for more information. Submit abstracts...
First Annual EM Leadership Conference in Ethiopia

First Annual EM Leadership Conference in Ethiopia

This past November, another seminal moment in the development of African emergency medicine: the continent’s first conference on leadership in the speciality. In the Entoto mountains, high above Addis Ababa, over a dozen Ethiopian emergency physicians discussed how to make careers when no one before you can show you the way. “The Art and Science of Leadership: developing your emergency medicine career” had interactive sessions delivered by delegates from around the world: Canada, Tanzania, South Africa, and Ethiopia. Topics ranged from how to engage one’s University in advancing knowledge, addressing a global problem of overcrowding, improving physician wellness, and financial security. Lively discussions ensued on these topics, including comments from African physicians on shared challenges, collaborations to address them. Ethiopian graduates, some of whom now must take emergency medicine to a hospital far away from Addis’ international community, left the conference with a strategy. Most importantly, however, was the sense of solidarity, that a common, peaceful purpose spanned countries and continents. What may seemed like a small community prior to the meeting was recognized as just a developing tendril of a global one. Prior to this meeting, only a year ago, the lamentations of Ethiopian graduates about a lack of opportunities inspired this gathering. By the end of the weekend, they identified a different problem: how difficult it was to choose from the many avenues in which their career could grow. The enthusiasm was contagious. The upcoming years, though not easy, will be formative for the speciality in Ethiopia and Africa. Is it possible to keep young, skilled doctors engaged in a public system that needs their support in...
SASA Conference

SASA Conference

Upcoming conference in RSA The Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa is holding their inaugural conference which will take place at the University of Limpopo Faculty of Health Sciences South Africa April 25-28th 2013. Information is available on their webpage...