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Award
Nominations

 

Call for SOEM Service Award Nominations!

Jim Seidel Distinguished Service
 Michael Shannon Humanitarian
EBSCO/PEMSoft Technological Innovations

Deadline: February 25, 2015


Award Winners


2014 National Conference & Exhibition SOEM Award Winners
  • Best Research Poster: Catherine E. Foster, MD
  • EBSCO/PEMSoft Award for Technological Innovations in PEM: Pediatric Septic Shock Collaborative
  • EmergiQuiz Best Case Presentation: Thomas J. Czolgosz, MD
  • EmergiQuiz Best Discussion of an Unknown Case: Sathyaseelan Subramaniam, MD
  • Jim Seidel Distinguished Service Award: M. Douglas Baker, MD
  • Ken Graff Young Investigator Award: Kelly M. Ochoa, MD
  • Overall Best Paper Presentation: Jill Dreyfus, PhD, MPH
  • PEMpix Photo Competition: Nidhya Navanandan, MD
  • PEMpix Audience Response: Lei Chen, MD
  • SOEM PAS Best Abstract: James Chamberlain, MD, Stephen Teach, MD, Katie Hayes, MD,
    Gia Badolto, MD, Monika Goyal, MD
  • Steve Miller Award for Excellence in Education & Mentorship: Steven M. Selbst, MD
  • Willis Wingert Award for Outstanding Resident/Fellow Paper: Rami S. Sunallah, MD

Past SOEM Award Winners


Ken Graff
Young
Investigator
Award

Ken Graff
Award
Application



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Kelly Ochoa MD
Kelly M. Ochoa, MD, FAAP

Award Brochure


Jim Seidel
Distinguished
Service Award

Call for
Nominations





M. Douglas Baker, MD, FAAP

Award Brochure

Steve Miller
Award
for Excellence
in Education
& Mentorship



Steven Selbst MD
Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP

Award Brochure


Michael Shannon
Humanitarian
Award

Call for
Nominations




M D Dowd MD
M. Denise Dowd, MD, MPH, FAAP

Award Brochure


EBSCO/PEMSoft
Award
for
Technological
Innovations
in PEM

Call for
Nominations



  • 2014 Pediatric Septic Shock Collaborative


Pediatric
Academic
Societies


SOEM Best Abstract

  • 2014
    Management of Asthma Exacerbations in Children and Adolescents: Differences Between Pediatric and
    General Emergency Departments

    • James Chamberlain, MD
    • Stephen Teach, MD
    • Katie Hayes, MD
    • Gia Badolto, MD
    • Monika Goyal, MD
  • 2011
    RNA Transcriptional Profiling for Diagnosis of Serious Bacterial Infections (SBIs) in Young Febrile Infants
    • Prashant Mahajan, MD, MPH, MBA
    • Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH
    • Octavio Ramilo, MD
    • Asuncion Mejias, MD
    • Damien Chaussabel, PhD
    • Charles Casper, M.Stat, PhD
    • Blerta Dimo, MD, PhD
    • Nicolas Suarez, PhD
    • Heather Gramse, MD
    • Febrile Infant Working Group of the Pediatric
      Care Applied Research Network (PECARN)
  • 2007
    A Randomized Trial of a Three-part Intervention to Improve Primary Care Follow-up after an Emergency
    Department Visit for Asthma
    • Joseph J Zorc, MD
    • Amber Chew, DO
    • Juliian Allen, MD
    • Kathy N Shaw, MD

Section on
Emergency
Medicine
Awards Summary


  • Advocacy Scholarship (2) - Biennial
    The purpose of this scholarship is to foster advocacy for Pediatric Emergency Medicine and the
    emergency care of children by supporting attendance at the AAP Legislative Conference in Washington,
    DC. ($1,000)

    See Awardees.
  • Best Abstract Award (1) - Annual
    Presented to a Section on Emergency Medicine scientific abstract presenter for Overall Best Paper
    Presentation in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition. ($500)
  • Best Quality Improvement Abstract Award (1) - Annual
    Presented to a Section on Emergency Medicine scientific abstract presenter for Best Quality Improvement
    in Pediatric Emergency Medicine paper at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition. The project should
    be prospective and address a gap in quality. ($500)
  • Best Research Poster Award - Annual
    Presented at the annual Section on Emergency Medicine meeting to the best research poster
    presentation in pediatric emergency medicine. ($250)
  • EBSCO/PEMSoft Award for Technological Innovations in PEM - Annual
    This award recognizes technological innovation in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. The inaugural
    award was given to the Pediatric Shock Collaborative in 2014. The award ($1000) is sponsored by
    ($1000) is sponsored by SOEM reception during the AAP National Conference.

  • EmeriQuiz Awards (2) - Annual
    These awards are presented in recognition of the Best Case Presentation and the Best Discussion
    of an Unknown Case in emergency medicine. Four cases selected for presentation will be
    published in Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine. ($250 each)
  • Ken Graff Young Investigator Award - Annual
    This award is for a research project that addresses issues pertinent to the acutely ill or injured child.
    The first award was sponsored by Roche Laboratories in 1999. ($12,500)
  • Jim Seidel Distinguished Service Award - Annual
    The award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the field of pediatric
    emergency medicine. ($1,000)
  • Michael Shannon Humanitarian Award - Biennial
    The purpose of this award is to recognize a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician who has best
    demonstrated excellence in clinical care, mentoring of peers and trainees, didactic and bedside
    teaching, and performance of scholarly activities and the potential for emulating the career
    accomplishments and personal excellence of the late Michael Shannon, MD, MPH, FAAP. Most
    Most importantly, the recipient of this award should have demonstrated excellence in his/her
    involvement and dedication to the community through voluntary service.
    ($500)
  • Out of Hospital Care Award - Annual
    This award is to recognize outstanding research in Emergency Medical Services in the pediatric
    pre hospital care setting. The first award was presented in 2002 and funded by Baylor College of
    Medicine. Future awards will be supported by the Section on Emergency Medicine, pending
    submission of a minimum of 3 pre hospital care abstracts. ($500)
  • Pediatric Academic Societies SOEM Best Abstract Award (1) - Annual
    Presented to a Section on Emergency Medicine scientific abstract presenter for Overall Best Paper
    Presentation in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting.
    ($500)
  • PEMpix Photo Competition Award - Annual
    This competition is designed to foster visual diagnosis of interesting cases in Pediatric Emergency
    Medicine. Entries are viewed during the SOEM program and posted to the PEMpix online image
    gallery afterward. The winning photo receives an award check and certificate and is published in
    Pediatric Emergency Care. The audience participant who makes the most correct diagnoses of
    photos posted wins a cash prize. ($250 winning photo; $150 audience participant)
  • Steve Miller Award for Excellence in Education & Mentorship - Biennial
    This award recognizes an individual who has made substantial educational contributions in
    Pediatric Emergency Medicine. These contributions have impacted education of pediatric emergency
    providers at a regional, state, national, or international level. These contributions may include
    include preparation of teaching- and curriculum-related materials, participation in the scholarship
    of teaching and learning, development and communication of innovative teaching techniques,
    leadership in teaching-related workshops and symposia, involvement in innovative program
    development, and contributions to the enhancement of teaching and / or PEM subspecialty
    development at a national or international level. This award will also recognize someone who has
    excelled as an education mentor to others in this field. The award typically is given for a series of
    contributions spanning several years or an entire career, although it may recognize a single project
    of exceptional impact.
    ($500)
  • Willis Wingert Award for Outstanding Resident/Fellow Paper - Annual
    The Willis Wingert Award is presented at the annual meeting to a physician in training for outstanding
    research in the field of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. ($500)

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