Director of Technology

Nicholas Salerno, MD

LSU Health at New Orleans

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Read Nick's Q&A EM Resident article

Hello EMRA family!

I am re-running for my current position of Director of Technology because I believe in EMRA’s mission and endless pursuit to enhance emergency medicine training. Over the past two years I worked tirelessly to help us all be the best clinicians we can be through “EMRA’s Mobile App Initiative,” my previous campaign platform.

During my term we developed a state-of-the-art content management system allowing EMRA to create what will become some of the best clinical apps on iTunes and Google Play (both). We released the new ABX App at ACEP ’18, and at ACEP ’19 we will unveil MobilEM, a powerful platform bringing all our resources into the app space over time, with continuous, free, automatic updates. As exciting as this is, our work is not done!

If re-elected, I will expand EMRA’s apps; we have many member-initiated proposals in the pipeline. Our success in this area helps us grow in many other ways as well, helping to fund new resources and opportunities for all of us. I will use my years of board experience to excel as Director of Technology so I can serve the interests of our members and our patients in every circumstance.

Director of Technology

Proficiency with website design and basic coding are not a requirement for this position, but familiarity with website development and content management is highly suggested.

Election Odd-numbered years
Term 2 years
Duties
  • Advise the Board on matters of technology, ensuring member needs are understood and being adequately addressed
  • Work with EMRA staff in maintaining, organizing, and approving content for EMRA’s website – www.emra.org
  • Contribute to development and maintenance of all EMRA technologies and digital products, including EMRA Match, web or phone apps, and EM Resident online
  • General board responsibilities (misc projects, monthly board meetings, write for EM Resident magazine, and serve as liaison to a number of EMRA Committees)
Travel
  • Monthly EMRA Board of Directors meeting (virtual attendance)
  • ACEP Scientific Assembly (Oct)
  • EMRA Board of Directors’ Retreat (Jan)
  • CORD Academic Assembly (March/April)
  • Leadership & Advocacy Conference (May)
Notes

Proficiency with website design and basic coding are not a requirement for this position, but familiarity with website development and content management is highly suggested.