This year there’s a new addition to the program, something we’ve not done before, a Research Workshop explaining where and how to start with critical care research projects.
Led by David Wallace from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, this afternoon workshop on March 8, 2020, will feature presentations and interactive sessions on a range of research topics.
There will be an emphasis on practical aspects of conducting and disseminating high quality research, including topics such as successful collaboration, publication, social media use, and obtaining funding.
Participating faculty include emergency medicine and critical care researchers with clinical, epidemiology, big data and health services research backgrounds.
The faculty are principal investigators with research funded by the National Institutes of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Heart Association, and Laerdal Foundation, and have experience conducting multisite international projects.
Participating faculty members have published in high impact journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, British Medical Journal, Shock, Resuscitation, and Critical Care Medicine.
So if you want to fine tune your departments’ research profile sign up for this workshop at #DevEM2020 now.