Program update

It's an honor to be included among the high-quality EM blogs and podcasts in Brent Thoma's article, in this month's Annals (second line in the figure). But it's also a reminder that content has become sparse. More of my on-the-spot EM (and informatics) opinions are posted at, specifically the Crash Cart series.

#SAEM15 panels

I'm very happy to be in San Diego for SAEM's Annual Meeting - and fortunate to be participating in a few didactic sessions this week. Here are links to the program, slides and references.

Tuesday  1-5:30pm - Nautilus 3: Social Media Bootcamp - led by Brett Rosen - slides

Wednesday 1:30pm - DS-18 Point Loma Ballroom A: I'll speak on clinical decision support projects for residents, as part of Jeff Nielson's panel called "Emergency Informatics Research: Interesting, Approachable Projects for the Resident or Career Scientist" along with Jason Shapiro and Adam Landman - slides - references

Wednesday 2:30 pm - DS-19 Point Loma Ballroom A: I'll speak on research opportunities in Informatics Education, as part of Ryan Radecki's pane "From Clicks and Complaints to an Informatics Curriculum" along with Jim McClay - slides

Friday 4pm - DS-95 -Harbor Island Ballroom 1: I'll speak about conducting EM research using social media tools, in a panel with Megan Ranney & Austin Kilaru - slides

Pulse check

Now that Medium's gotten more bloggy I expect to use it more - for topics too long for a tweet, but too short for an EPMonthly article.

So head over to Medium to read a few brief takes - like my thoughts on Snellen eye chart apps. Or view my Prezi on medical apps for the #AllNYCEM8 conference.

At EPMonthly, my recent article on healthcare workplace violence is available.

And check back here around May, for links to #SAEM15 resources.