ACEP Holds 2015 Scientific Assembly in Boston

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A double board-certified physician with more than 15 years of experience, Sassan Naderi, MD, serves as the associate director of the emergency department at New York Hospital Queens in Flushing, New York. Over the course of his career, Dr. Sassan Naderi has worked to enhance his knowledge and skills through memberships in several professional organizations, including the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).

ACEP recently wrapped up its 2015 Scientific Assembly, which took place October 26-29 at the Boston Convention & Exhibit Center. Thousands of emergency medical professionals and students from around the world attended the event and took part in an educational program that included courses, skills labs, and workshops on a variety of topics, including emergency imaging, trauma care, abdominal disorders, and infectious diseases.

The four-day event also featured committee meetings, satellite symposia, and an exhibit hall showcasing the latest medical products, technologies, and services. In addition to attending educational activities and exploring the exhibit hall, ACEP15 attendees had the opportunity to network with their peers and leading medical experts at casual events, including Dine Around Boston, which offered a night on the town at some of Boston’s top restaurants.

About the AAEM’s Annual Scientific Assembly

An attending physician at New York Hospital Queens, Sassan Naderi, MD, handles cases related to emergency medicine. Dr. Sassan Naderi also stays actively involved with the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM).

At the beginning of each year, the AAEM hosts its Scientific Assembly. In 2015, the event took place in Austin, Texas, at the Hilton Austin. Attendees listened to expert speakers present on topics, such as why emergency doctors need to be palliative care specialists, how to run a code using ultrasound, and what to look for in orthopedic injuries to reduce risk. Simon Carley, an emergency medicine consultant with expertise in emergency diagnostics and incident planning, served as the keynote speaker.

AAEM aims to host the same caliber of education at the 22nd Annual Scientific Assembly. Commencing on February 17, 2016, the forum heads to Las Vegas, Nevada, where attendees will enjoy five days of learning and networking at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.