Introducing CAEP Capsule 23: CanadiEM’s Newest Podcast Series

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Hi folks!

As the highly anticipated annual CAEP conference approaches, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with CanadiEM to bring you “The CAEP Capsule,” a dynamic podcast series that will give you a brief overview of each conference day. Get ready for insightful interviews, succinct summaries, and thought-provoking discussions, all designed to capture the essence of this renowned conference.

The Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) conference is a premier event in the field of emergency medicine, attracting healthcare professionals, experts, and enthusiasts from around the globe. This year, the conference takes place in Toronto from May 28th to 31st and promises to be a remarkable gathering of minds.

Our podcast episodes will delve into the diverse array of topics covered in the conference’s six tracks, offering insights into cutting-edge research, advancements in emergency medicine technology, clinical practices, and more. You can also expect interviews with renowned experts and speakers who will share their experiences, knowledge, and visions for the future of emergency medicine. In addition to the informative content, “The CAEP Capsule” will keep you updated on various courses, workshops, and exciting events like the Sono-lympiad happening during the conference.

Whether you are a seasoned emergency medicine professional, a resident, a medical student, or simply fascinated by the field, “The CAEP Capsule” is your go-to resource for staying connected to the pulse of the conference. We understand the value of concise information, so our episodes will provide succint summaries and highlights, ensuring you receive valuable insights in a digestible format.

Stay tuned to get your daily dose of CAEP news with this brand new feature!

Revathi Nair

Rey is the Director of Multimedia at CanadiEM and a third year medical student at University of Saskatchewan. Her current academic interests include Medical Education and Ultrasound. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with family and friends and pretend she is a contestant on the MasterChef (with little success).

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Sam Savard

Sam is medical student at the University of Saskatchewan who got involved with CanadiEM through the junior editor program in the podcasts team. His academic interests include critical care and simulation. Outside of medicine he enjoys playing hockey, skiing and running.