Engaging Emergency Medicine Influencers in Sex- and Gender-based Medicine: Lessons Learned from the Sex and Gender Interest Group in Emergency Medicine and the SAEM Jeopardy Game

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Abstract

The Sex and Gender in Emergency Medicine (SGEM) interest group of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) was established to increase research and to disseminate knowledge about the influence of sex and/or gender in acute care medicine and on patient outcomes. To help facilitate these goals, over the past 4 years, SGEM has created, delivered, and honed a Jeopardy-like scientific quiz game for the annual SAEM national meeting. Here we describe the SAEM Jeopardy Game’s development, implementation, evolution, and outcomes as well as our targeted approach to access and engage emergency medicine stakeholders in its participation.

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Wolfe, J., Safdar, B., Sethuraman, K. N., Greenberg, M. R., Madsen, T. E., Jarman, A. F., & McGregor, A. J. (2020). Engaging Emergency Medicine Influencers in Sex- and Gender-based Medicine: Lessons Learned from the Sex and Gender Interest Group in Emergency Medicine and the SAEM Jeopardy Game. AEM Education and Training, 4(2), 161–165. https://doi.org/10.1002/aet2.10409

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