BEEM is very excited to be an invited guest of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) annual conference. We are scheduled to deliver a rapid fire mini-BEEM session on Monday, May 27 from 10:45 – 12:45.
Dr. Worster is a staff emergency physician and professor of emergency medicine and Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact at McMaster University. He is the current Director and Editor-in-Chief of the not-for-profit, international knowledge translation project, Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine (BEEM). He is an investigator for multiple clinical studies funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Dr. Hurley is the Interim Chief of the IWK Emergency Department in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She has a Master’s degree in Health Informatics and is a self-professed “data geek” with more ideas than time. She enjoys supervising learners and mentoring junior faculty in their research. In her spare time, she embarks on outdoor adventures with her family.
Dr. Meyer, MD FRCPC is an Emergency Physician in Saint John. She has an interest in marginalized populations and addiction medicine with a mixed practice of Emergency Medicine and a clinic for Opioid Use Disorder. She works with the psychiatry department for improved collaboration with the Emergency Department and is an advocate for harm reduction in New Brunswick.
Dr. Milne is the Chief of Staff at South Huron Hospital Association in Exeter, Ontario, Canada. He has been doing research for over 30 years publishing on a variety of topics. He is passionate about skepticism and critical thinking. He is the creator of the knowledge translation project, The Skeptics’ Guide to Emergency Medicine. When not working clinically or doing research he is trying hard to be an endurance athlete. Dr. Milne is married and has three amazing children.
Dr. Gauri Ghate MD, FRCP is an Emergency Physician in London, ON. She has an interest in the Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Program. She enjoys public speaking and coordinates Grand Rounds for the Division of Emergency Medicine at the University of Western Ontario. Having grown up in Northern New Brunswick, she’ll always be an East Coaster at heart
Dr. Yan, MD, MSc, FRCPC, is an emergency physician, assistant professor, and clinician researcher at Western University in London, Ontario. His research interests include diabetic emergencies, procedural sedation, and cardiac care. Outside of work, Justin enjoys traveling, international cuisine, physical fitness, and playing with his two dogs, Robbie and Marlee.