10 ACEP lectures you shouldn’t miss

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From hypothermia to dermatology, a preview of some of ACEP’s finest offerings during the ‘07 Scientific Assembly.

Greg Henry, MD is the founder and CEO of Medical Practice Risk Assessment, Inc. and has directed a hospital emergency department for 21 years. He is past president of ACEP and has been the recipient of ACEP’s highest recognition awards for his contributions to ACEP and the field of EM.
Dr. Davis is the associate program director and an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Georgetown University Hospital & Washington Hospital Center. Dr. Davis will be giving multiple lectures at ACEP, ranging from certification to platelets.
Dr. Sankoff is an assistant professor in the division of emergency medicine and the department of surgery at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Lang is an EP at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal where he holds an academic appointment. He serves on the editorial board of both Academic Emergency Medicine and the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Mattu is the EM residency program director and an associate professor of emergency medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
6. If it’s dry, wet it; if it’s wet, dry it—Catherine Marco, MD
Catherine A. Marco, MD, is a professor in the department of surgery, division of emergency medicine, and the director of medical ethics curriculum and the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
Dr. Benko is an Assistant Clinical Professor of EM at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. At the 2007 ACEP convention, Dr. Benko is lecturing on facial anesthesia in emergency medicine, dental emergencies in emergency medicine and three dental skills labs sessions.
Eric D. Katz, MD, is the program director of the emergency medicine residency at the Maricopa Medical Center.
Michael Jay Bresler, MD, is a clinical professor, division of emergency medicine, at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Corey Slovis, MD, is a professor of EM and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee and is the Medical Director for Metro Nashville’s Fire Department and International Airport.
Look for follow-up features from these and other ACEP lecturers in coming issues.
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