Resident’s Got Talent Competition
Deborah Rogers, DO
- Adena Health System, Chillicothe, OH
Does continuous capnography save lives?
Natalie Elder, MD
- The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Three things geriatricians know that EM physicians don't
Dr. Elder is a PGY2 at The Ohio State University Emergency Medicine Residency. As her last name suggests, she has a passion for taking care of older adults, especially in the emergency department.
Outside of her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Elder enjoys painting, hiking, and spending time with her geriatric cats, Shoshanna and Marcel (named after characters from the movie Inglorious Bastards).
Follow her on Twitter @dr_neldy
Mark Ramzy, DO, EMT-P
- Maimonides, Brooklyn, NY
Where’s That On The ACLS Algorithm?
Mark Ramzy has been involved in EMS for over 15 years and currently serves as the EMRA Critical Care Committee Chair. Mark also serves as the Multimedia and Communications Editor for ALiEM's Faculty Incubator. Formerly a resident at Drexel University and Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, he is now a third year resident at Maimonides in Brooklyn, NY. Mark continues to be a regular contributor to the #FOAMed community as an author for REBEL EM and is pursuing a critical care fellowship next year.
Follow him on Twitter at @MRamzyDO
Christine Ju, MD
- St. Joseph's University, Paterson, NJ
All about anaphylaxis. What is it, why does it happen, what causes it, how do we treat it?
I am a current fourth year and chief resident at St. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. I was born and raised in Northern California and spent the majority of my early life in the food service industry helping to run a family restaurant. I attended the University of California, Davis for my undergraduate education before moving to the wonderful island of Grenada in the Caribbean to attend St. George's University for medical school. With a family owned restaurant and a chef for a father, I love everything about food, especially eating it. I enjoy traveling, cooking, music, hiking, scuba diving, and any nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough.
Follow her on Twitter at @christinemju
Laura Roper, MD
- Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Chester, PA
The Poor Man's Methadone:
A case study with a tragic outcome
Dr. Roper is a third-year emergency medicine resident physician at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland, PA. She is a graduate of Drexel University College of Medicine. She currently serves as chief resident at her residency program and Chair of the EMRA Toxicology Committee. She is passionate about toxicology, teaching, and academic medicine. Her goal after graduation is to complete a fellowship in medical toxicology.
Follow her on Twitter @LauraBRoper
I'm excited to be learning about podcasts from phenomenal EM Educators around the country
Can't wait to go through Bad Presentation Recovery with Scott Weingart!
With such an amazing line up of rockstars and hot names in the world of EM and medical education, why wouldn't I be excited?! I'll be starstruck just being in the same room. Looking forward to hearing from the best of the best, getting tips and tricks on what to work on to use on future lectures/presentations
Audio consumption is rapidly growing every year, and podcast listeners are projected to almost double to 112 million listeners by 2021. I am excited about applying what I learn at this conference to resident conference days, on-shift teaching, and educating a broader audience through digital content creation.