The officer corps has met with the Houston Fire Department to streamline the existing ambulance ride-along program and streamline a few of the redundant steps in the system. We plan on having the new system up and running by the beginning of 2017.
The next bluebook lecture will be TOMORROW Monday, November 23 at noon in MSB 1.006.
We will be hearing from Dr. Pratik Doshi, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Physical Diagnosis Course Director. The talk will be about subspecialty opportunities in EM.
The next bluebook lecture will be this Friday, October 24 at noon in MSB 1.006.
We will be hearing from Dr. Sara Miller, Chief of the Division of Ultrasound, Fellowship Director, and Assistant Professor. Free food for members!
The next Bluebook lecture will be next Friday, October 3 at noon in MSB 3.001.
We will be hearing from Dr. Kevin Schulz, HFD Assistant Medical Director and Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine. Come hear about EMS and pre-hospital care. Free food!
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The year is off to a great start! After our first general meeting and first skills workshop of the year (suturing), SSEM has many more excited activities planned for our members.
The next Bluebook lecture will be on Friday, October 3 at noon in MSB 3.001
Come hear from Assistant Medical Director for HFD, Dr. Kevin Schulz, about pre-hospital care and learn about opportunities to ride out with him and/or HFD paramedics! Free food as always.
This Wednesday, August 13th, SSEM will be tabling at the Student Organization Fair for all of UT-Houston's incoming MS1s. Make sure to stop by and have all of your questions answered about how to get involved!
Our First General Meeting will be on August 29th in MSB 1.006 and our guest speaker will be our faculty sponsor, Dr. Van Meter! Free Food!!
SSEM now offers mentoring appointments with EM faculty. 1st and 2nd year SSEM members: please see the Mentoring link on this website to sign up!
Thanks to everybody that came out to the SSEM Intubation Workshop on Feb 7. It was a great time and very informative. Special thanks to Dr. Reichman and Dr. Van Meter as well as all the residents that taught the workshop!
Join us tonight (9/30) at Kelvin Arms from 6-8pm for a joint social with BCM's Emergency Medicine Interest Group!
Our second meeting is tomorrow (10/1) at 12 in MSB 3.001. The speaker will be HFD Assistant Medical Director Dr. Gates, and you will be able to sign up for HFD ride-alongs.
And, last but not least, our suture clinic is Wednesday (10/2) at 2pm. Come learn suturing from our awesome Emergency Medicine residents!
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