ALL NYC EM Conferences
This biannual conference series is a symposium of New York City and beyond's finest Emergency Medicine educators. Beginning in 2011, ALL NYC EM Conferences feature specialized lectures for the edification of residents and medical students alike and have amassed over 1,000 attendees while building a vast, collaborative network of doctors at the top of their field.
Learn more about our past conferences HERE.
Watch past conferences on YouTube.
The ALL NYC Emergency Medicine SIMWars was created to bring together residents across all 5 boroughs and beyond in the spirit of education, engagement, camaraderie and enjoyment. This bracketed procedure competition is comprised of teams of 4 residents from all PGY years and is judged by faculty and fellows. The SIMWars begin in the spring and the champions are crowned in the fall. Learn more about SIMWars HERE.
ALL NYC EM SIMWars Committee Members
Andrew Restivo, MD: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Colleen Smith, MD: Mount Sinai College of Medicine
Maninder Singh, MD: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Mina Attaalla, DO: SBH Health System
Miriam Kulkarni, MD: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Chief Resident Forum
All New York City area chief residents are invited to participate in the annual Chief Resident Forum as a unique networking opportunity with fellows and faculty. At the core of the event are panel discussions prevalent to a chief resident’s career including leadership, conflict resolution, clinical scheduling, the promotion of wellness and more.
Learn more about our past Chief Resident Forums HERE.
In this great opportunity to collaborate with other Emergency Medicine educators and administrators from institutions across the New York City Area, the group shares best practices in terms of recruitment techniques, addressing new regulations, hospital administration, and more. This initiative was conceived by Director of Cornell Medical Center, Dr. Peter Steel along with Dr. Mike Jones and Dr. Kaushal Shah with the recognition that Emergency Department Operations in and around New York City are challenging and in the hopes of building a strong network of colleagues for the betterment of Emergency Medicine.
Faculty Bootcamp Sessions
This one day intensive session is held to develop the educational skills that junior emergency medicine faculty members need in order to be the most effective contributors to the educational mission of their department. The purpose is to identify pre-existing curricula designed to meet identified needs, to Identify potential faculty with areas of interest or expertise, and design curriculum to be self-reinforcing as to provide both didactics and practical sessions.
Medical Student Symposium
Convening for the goal to go over the residency application process from start to finish, the Medical Student Symposium has representation from all local residencies collaborating to match data from previous years, hold discussions on residency application and how to put together a personal statement. Students are also invited to join a PD Panel with ample time for questions and answers about the application process and more.
View participating residencies HERE.