View the PEM speaker database


Welcome to the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Speaker Database Initiative (PEM+SDI), a joint project between the ACEP Pediatric EM Section and Committee. This database serves as a resource for education, clinical policy review, advocacy and research expertise. Our goal is to connect the emergency medicine community, PEM residency directors, and fellowship coordinators with PEM experts who are able to provide lectures on PEM-specific topics.

Does your residency, program, or fellowship have a knowledge gap in pediatric emergency medicine?  Go to the database, search among the available lecture topics and speakers, and find out if one of the featured speakers can help you!

Please email us at if you would like to contact a speaker about a potential speaking engagement.

If you or your colleagues would like to be included in this database, we invite you to send your contact information, CV, biosketch, lecture topics, teaching portfolio, and letters of recommendation to us ( The Pediatric EM Section and Committee leaders will review your information and get back to you shortly.

Please let us know your comments about this database; we welcome your feedback on it and on your experiences as both program directors and speakers who use it. Send your comments and questions here:

Note that the database will be updated quarterly. This database is intended to be living and dynamic, not a “zombie” database!

Thank you for your time and collaboration!


Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine MSIV Selective
LA County + USC Medical Center
Los Angeles, California

Ann Dietrich, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Associate Professor
Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine

Jason Lowe, DO
Chair, Pediatric EM Section


Speakers on this list were self-referred or referred by peers as experts in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Individual physician credentials have not been verified. Information is provided as supplied by the speakers and ACEP makes no representations as to the medical accuracy of the content included in each lecture.  ACEP specifically disclaims all liability for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages related to the user’s decision to use the information contained herein.

End users interested in a speaker should contact that speaker directly to find out more details about their presentations, expertise, travel availability and schedule, and any speaker fees/costs.

All speaking logistics, including scheduling, travel arrangements, reimbursements, etc. are the sole responsibility of the end users and speakers.  ACEP, the Pediatric EM Section and Committee, and ACEP staff are not responsible for these logistics.

One thought on “View the PEM speaker database”

  1. I would like to have a speaking opportunity to present the data collected regarding lack of ultrasound education amongst the pediatric residents who take cate of pediatric patients in the emergency department .
    This is in part bringing awareness ,to this educational gap and advocating for teaching tools to implement this skill as a part of the pediatric resident s ED rotation ..

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