20 in 6 Resident Lecture Competition
Monday, Oct. 3 | 9 am Pacific | Marriott Marquis SoMa, 2nd Floor
Come hear our stellar 2022 competitors!
|Maya Alexandri, MD||MCG Augusta||Pulse Oximetry Racial Bias|
|Lena Carleton, MD||University of Illinois-Chicago||Organizing Is the Best Medicine: The Past, Present, and Future of Resident Unions|
|Wil Gibb, MD||Stanford Emergency Medicine||Watching the Tape: Becoming an Airway Master through Video Review|
|Lauren Klingman, MD||Stanford Emergency Medicine||Care of the Uterus-Having Patient in a Post-Roe World|
|Sarah Lee, MD||Staten Island University Hospital||Can You Hear What I Hear?: Management of Auricular Hematomas|
|Lance Shaull, MD||Boston Medical Center||High ED Utilizers: Considering Impact on Resident Education|
|Michelle Suh, MD||Baylor College of Medicine||Care of the Incarcerated Patient in the Emergency Department|
The EMRA 20 in 6 Resident Lecture Competition occurs at ACEP’s Scientific Assembly every year and is hosted by residents, for residents. We seek out the best resident speakers in the country and each year, they compete for the title “Best Resident Lecturer.” Residents are given up to six minutes and exactly 20 slides to lecture on any topic that is relevant to emergency medicine. It’s designed to be a fast-paced, intellectually-stimulating event in a fun, EMRA-style atmosphere.
- Winner: Maxwell Spadafore, MD - University of Michigan, “The Aorta is a Tree: The Biomechanics of Aortic Dissection”
- Runner-Up: : Elmira Andreeva, MD - Boston Medical Center
, “A Nation of Immigrants: Caring for Undocumented Americans in the Emergency Department”
- Fan Favorite: Marissa Wolfe, MD - LAC + USC, “How to Care for Sexually Assaulted Patients in the ED”
2021 20 in 6 Resident Lecturers
- Sarayna McGuire, MD, Mayo Clinic: "The Team is Not Okay: Workplace Violence in the ED"
- Brendan Innes, MD, Brown Emergency Medicine Residency: "Point of Care, Goals of Care: Rapid Goals of Care Conversations in the Emergency Department"
- Maxwell Spadafore, MD, University of Michigan / St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency: "The Aorta is a Tree: The Biomechanics of Aortic Dissection"
- Emily Grass, MD, Washington University in St. Louis: "The Bullet Wounds We Cannot See"
- Elmira Andreeva, MD, Boston Medical Center: "A Nation of Immigrants: Caring for Undocumented Americans in the Emergency Department"
- Matthew Stampfl, MD, University of Wisconsin: "Prescribing Buprenorphine in the ED: Can We Afford Not To?"
- Ivan Zvonar, MD, Boston Medical Center: "Errare Humanum Est: When First Do No Harm Creates a Second Victim"
- Marissa Wolfe, MD, LAC + USC EM: "How to Care for Sexually Assaulted Patients in the ED"
- Courtney Sakas, MD, Boston Medical Center: "Collateral Damage: The Invisible Wounded in the ED"