20 in 6 Presentations 2017

Every year, up to fifteen residents compete in the event with spirited 6-minute talks about anything in emergency medicine that strikes their fancy. A panel of four judges, all well-known lecturers and emergency medicine leaders in their own right, give honest feedback to the competitors and determine the top two winners. The audience gets a chance to vote, too, by rewarding the coveted “People’s Choice” award.

2017 Winners

First Place Winner Allen Chang, MD; Stanford Kaiser

“GOOD: Reexamining Wellness and Resiliency”

Second Place Winner Catie Reynolds, MD; University of Texas in Houston

“Fast, Wide, and Regular: Is My Stable Patient Really in VTach?”

People's Choice Winner Tanya Belle, MD; University of Connecticut

“Is There a Doctor on Board?”

Other Competitors

Mark Andreae, MD Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai

“The Crashing Patient with Critical Aortic Stenosis”

Paul Charlton, MD University of Washington

“De-escalation: A Prelude to a Take-Down”

William Tyler Davis, MD San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium

“ST Elevation in AVR: When Time May Not Mean Muscle”

Allison Ferreira, MD UCLA-Ronald Reagan

“Counterintuitive Pearls and Pitfalls: Lightning and Electrical Injuries"

Kayvon Izadpanah, MD University of Virginia

“Combating Decision Fatigue in the Emergency Room”

Travis Marshall, MD University of Nevada Las Vegas

“Contemporary Caffeinated Complaints”

Danielle Miller, MD Northwestern Memorial Hospital

“How to Poison Your Enemies: Lessons in Toxicology from Shakespeare”

Daniel Resnick-Ault, MD Boston Medial Center

“Breaking Out the Bougie”

Sarah Sanders, MD Northwestern University

“Postpartum Hemorrhage”

Zlata Vlodaver, MD Regions Hospital

"Hey, EM Doc ... Where Did You Come From?”

Yanika Wolfe, MD Albert Einstein Medical Center

“Seeing the Big Picture: Goals of Care Discussion in the Emergency Department”

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