Urgent Matters Annual Meeting

Urgent Matters Annual Conference 2019

2019 Urgent Matters Annual Meeting: Disruptive Innovations in Injury Prevention

Urgent Matters hosts an annual meeting at ACEP to bring together leaders and innovators in emergency medicine. We are proud to announce the 2019 Urgent Matters Annual Meeting: Disruptive Innovations in Injury Prevention.

This session will highlight new innovations in acute and emergency care with a focus on innovations in the field of Injury Prevention. Our main objective is to highlight practice innovations from hospitals, communities, government, doctors, and payers that help prevent injuries or incentivize promotion of best practices in injury prevention.  

The Urgent Matters Annual Meeting will be on October 26, 2019 from 12:30pm-5:30pm
and will be hosted by the American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly in Denver, Colorado at the Colorado Convention Center

Click here for pre-conference registration information!

Submit for Innovation of the Year!

Fantastic speakers! 5 hours CME! Innovation of the Year Awards, High-Yield Networking, and more!

Speaker Lineup:

Mary Pat McKay, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer, National Transportation Safety Board
"The Rules of the Road: How the Feds can work with ED Physicians to Promote Transportation Safety"

Emmy Betz, MD, MPH
University of Colorado School of Medicine
"How To Talk About Guns And Suicide With Your Patients"

Rebecca Cunningham, MD
EMed Director, Injury Prevention Center, University of Michigan School of Medicine
"Why Injury Prevention Is Core Component of Emergency Medicine"

Jesse Pines, MD, MBA, MSCE
Director of Clinical Innovation, US Acute Care Solutions
"Emergency Medicine’s Role in Promoting Population Health and Injury Prevention"

Brendan Carr, MD, MA, MS
Director, Emergency Care Coordination Center
"The Nexus of Prevention and Preparedness in the United States Healthcare System"

Dwayne Smith, M.Ed., MCHES
Senior Strategist, Child Health Advocacy Center, Children's Hospital Colorado
"The Institutional Costs of Pediatric Roadway Injuries"

Paul White
Director of Safety Policy and Advocacy, Bird
"The New Transportation: How Mobility, Equity, and Technology Affect Policy"

Douglas Younger III, MBA
Executive Director, AFFIRM
"The Future of Research To Reduce Gun Violence"

Anjoulie Pujji, MD
Geriatrician, Geriatrics Emergency Department, UC San Diego Health
"The Screens That EDs Always Should Do Before Discharging An Elderly Patient"


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