Executive Summary: The 2018 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference: Aligning the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Agenda to Reduce Health Outcome Gaps

Paul Ishimine, Kathleen Adelgais, Isabel Barata, Jean Klig, Maybelle Kou, Prashant Mahajan, Chris Merritt, Michael J. Stoner, Robert Cloutier, Rakesh Mistry, Kurt R. Denninghoff

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Emergency care providers share a compelling interest in developing an effective patient-centered, outcomes-based research agenda that can decrease variability in pediatric outcomes. The 2018 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference “Aligning the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Agenda to Reduce Health Outcome Gaps (AEMCC)” aimed to fulfill this role. This conference convened major thought leaders and stakeholders to introduce a research, scholarship, and innovation agenda for pediatric emergency care specifically to reduce health outcome gaps. Planning committee and conference participants included emergency physicians, pediatric emergency physicians, pediatricians, and researchers with expertise in research dissemination and translation, as well as comparative effectiveness, in collaboration with patients, patient and family advocates from national advocacy organizations, and trainees. Topics that were explored and deliberated through subcommittee breakout sessions led by content experts included 1) pediatric emergency medical services research, 2) pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) research network collaboration, 3) PEM education for emergency medicine providers, 4) workforce development for PEM, and 5) enhancing collaboration across emergency departments (PEM practice in non–children's hospitals). The work product of this conference is a research agenda that aims to identify areas of future research, innovation, and scholarship in PEM.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1317-1326
Number of pages10
JournalAcademic Emergency Medicine
Volume25
Issue number12
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StatePublished - Dec 1 2018

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Executive Summary : The 2018 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference: Aligning the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Agenda to Reduce Health Outcome Gaps. / Ishimine, Paul; Adelgais, Kathleen; Barata, Isabel; Klig, Jean; Kou, Maybelle; Mahajan, Prashant; Merritt, Chris; Stoner, Michael J.; Cloutier, Robert; Mistry, Rakesh; Denninghoff, Kurt R.

In: Academic Emergency Medicine, Vol. 25, No. 12, 01.12.2018, p. 1317-1326.

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Ishimine, P, Adelgais, K, Barata, I, Klig, J, Kou, M, Mahajan, P, Merritt, C, Stoner, MJ, Cloutier, R, Mistry, R & Denninghoff, KR 2018, 'Executive Summary: The 2018 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference: Aligning the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Agenda to Reduce Health Outcome Gaps', Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 25, no. 12, pp. 1317-1326. https://doi.org/10.1111/acem.13667
Ishimine, Paul ; Adelgais, Kathleen ; Barata, Isabel ; Klig, Jean ; Kou, Maybelle ; Mahajan, Prashant ; Merritt, Chris ; Stoner, Michael J. ; Cloutier, Robert ; Mistry, Rakesh ; Denninghoff, Kurt R. / Executive Summary : The 2018 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference: Aligning the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research Agenda to Reduce Health Outcome Gaps. In: Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 ; Vol. 25, No. 12. pp. 1317-1326.
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