EUSEM 2018 YEMD OPEN CALL FOR SPEAKERS
DEADLINE: 8 January 2018
Dear Young Emergency Medicine Doctor,
Would you like to...
- speak at the biggest international emergency medicine conference in Europe?
- experience fantastic speakers and emergency specialists from all over the world?
- get exposure and be known in the vibrant european emergency medicine scene?
- be supported with travel- and hotel costs as well as free conference entrance?
So use this unique chance and be part of EUSEM 2018 in the fantastic city of Glasgow!
For that you just have to...
• either be a young doctor, paramedic or nurse and/or talk about a topic relevant to young doctors in emergency medicine.
• be an energetic speaker.
• have a modern, visually appealing presentation.
• be ready to take over one or two talks and one moderation obligation.
• be OK with us streaming and/or recording and publishing the lecture world wide (in special cases e.g. unpublished results parts of lectures can be not streamed / recorded)
YOU DON‘T HAVE TO BE A PRESENTATION SUPERSTAR!
We really encourage young and motivated speakers who are not perfect, but enthusiastic about their topic to apply.
If you are unsure if you should apply - just do it!
The topics for the YEMD track include the following topics - your talk needs to fit in this topics:
- Doing the basics rights (sometimes the basics are most important - tell us how and where we could improve)
- Once in a lifetime (critical situations that might happen rarely but could be life threatening, invasive emergency procedures)
- Terrorism and war (experiences in war / terror scenarios, prevention and planning, toxicology in special circumstances)
- Women in Emergency Medicine (talk to us about working in EM as a women, promoting equality etc.)
- How to read, write and present (talking about presentation skills, novel teaching concepts / ideas, reading and writing scientific literature)
- Young Leadership (being a young doctor in a leadership role is challenging, talking about recipes to dealing with crisis situations)
- Surviving in... (Experiences in remote, nautical, aviation medicine etc.)
- Future in (emergency) medicine (what is in our future? Nanotechnology, cyborgs, AI and so much more...)
If you have a very interesting topic that does not fit any of the above, please explain your idea and its relevance in a few short sentences.
Please send us ALL of the following:
- A short CV
- Picture of you (could be included in the CV)
- Content / title for your suggested talks (please suggest at least 2 talks!), explain your talk in a few concise sentences
- Topic (see list above) where you talks would fit in
- Either a video of one of your previous talks or a PDF of slides from one of your previous talks.
We would love for you to apply - simply send us a quick email with the above information to: email@example.com (Deadline: 8 January 2018)
If you have any questions, email us too - anytime.
If you are unsure about the presentation style - we want both quality of content and a good visual presentation. Some inspirations could be „TED-Talks“ or a medically oriented talk by the fabulous Cliff Reid: Getting Things Done (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXAMlCwQAyY).
The foremost criteria for selection are quality and content of the talk, therefore we urge you to send us some sort of example of one of your previous talks (see above).
To promote equality we especially encourage women and speakers from less wealthy countries to apply.