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Title: SAEM and Mentorship in Academic Emergency Medicine


1
SAEM and Mentorship in Academic Emergency Medicine
  • Andra L. Blomkalns, M.D.
  • Vice Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine
  • University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
  • Secretary/Treasurer of the SAEM Board of
    Directors

2
SAEM Mission
  • To lead the advancement of emergency care
  • through education and research, advocacy, and
  • professional development in academic Emergency
  • Medicine

3
Residents Medical Students
  • 1. Academic Emergency Medicine Journal and SAEM
    Resident Newsletter
  • 2. Annual Meetings
  • - Regional and National
  • 3. Web-based resources
  • - Directories of clerkships, residencies and
    fellowships
  • - Primers on CV development, scholarly
    projects, liability, etc.
  • 4. Grants
  • - MS Research, EM Interest Group, Education
    Fellowship and
  • Medical Toxicology Scholarship
  • 5. Networking, leadership development and
    mentorship
  • - Membership on interest groups, task forces,
    committees, academies and
  • BOD

4
SAEM Interest Groups
  • Academic Informatics
  • Airway
  • Clinical Directors
  • CPR/Ischemia/Reperfusion
  • Disaster Medicine
  • ED Crowding
  • Educational Research
  • EMS
  • Evidence-Based Medicine
  • Health Services and Outcomes
  • Neurologic EM
  • Observation Medicine
  • Palliative Medicine
  • Patient Safety
  • Pediatric EM
  • Public Health
  • Medical Quality Management
  • Research Directors
  • Sports Medicine
  • Toxicology
  • Trauma
  • Uniformed Services
  • Wilderness Medicine

5
SAEM Academies
  • Administrators in Academic EM
  • Clerkship Directors
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Emergency Ultrasound
  • Geriatric EM
  • Global EM
  • Simulation
  • Women in Academic EM

6
Faculty Researchers and Educators
  • 1. Academic Emergency Medicine Journal and SAEM
    Newsletter
  • 2. Annual Meetings
  • - Regional and National
  • 3. Special Courses
  • - Grant Writing Workshop, Consensus
    Conference, Leadership Forum,
  • NIH Roundtables, etc.
  • 4. Web-based resources
  • - Consultation Services
  • - Faculty Development
  • 5. Grants
  • - Education and Research
  • 6. Networking, leadership development and
    mentorship
  • - Membership on interest groups, task forces,
    committees, academies and
  • BOD

7
Faculty Researchers and Educators
  • 1. Academic Emergency Medicine Journal and SAEM
    Newsletter
  • 2. Annual Meetings
  • - Regional and National
  • 3. Special Courses
  • - Grant Writing Workshop, Consensus
    Conference, Leadership Forum,
  • NIH Roundtables, etc.
  • 4. Web-based resources
  • - Consultation Services
  • - Faculty Development
  • 5. Grants
  • - Education and Research
  • 6. Networking, leadership development and
    mentorship
  • - Membership on interest groups, task forces,
    committees, academies and
  • BOD

8
Mentorship
9
Mentorship
  • Mentorship is a dynamic reciprocal relationship
    between
  • an advanced person (the mentor) and a junior
    person
  • (the protégé) aimed at fostering the development
    of the
  • latter.

10
Mentorship
  • Mentorship is a dynamic reciprocal relationship
    between
  • an advanced person (the mentor) and a junior
    person
  • (the protégé) aimed at fostering the development
    of the
  • both individuals.

11
Mentorship 101
  • 1. I master the skill
  • 2. I do it while you watch
  • 3. We do it together
  • 4. You do it while I watch
  • 5. You master the skill

12
Why have a Mentor?
  • A Mentor is a
  • 1. Role Model
  • 2. Teacher
  • 3. Counselor
  • 4. Advocate
  • 5. Facilitator

13
Why have a Mentor?
  • Mentorship Improves
  • 1. Self-confidence
  • 2. Coping skills
  • 3. Goal setting
  • 4. Goal attainment
  • 5. Career success
  • 6. Career satisfaction

14

Why be a Mentor?
  • True success comes from knowing your
  • purpose in life, growing to reach your
  • potential and sowing seeds that benefit
  • others.
  • - John Maxwell

15

Why be a Mentor?
  • 100 people over 95 years of age were once asked
  • If you could live your life over, what would you
  • do differently?
  • Their most common answers were
  • 1. Reflect more
  • 2. Risk more
  • 3. Do more things that would live on after
    them

16
SAEM Mission
  • To lead the advancement of emergency care
  • through education and research, advocacy, and
  • professional development in academic Emergency
  • Medicine
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