After receiving numerous high-quality submissions, we are proud to announce the winners of the 2019 Essentials of Emergency Medicine (EEM) Education Fellowship contest! Dr. Tim Montrief from the Jackson Memorial/University of Miami Emergency Medicine residency program has won the blog post competition. A blinded EEM voting panel with input from ALiEM selected his winning post: Trick of the Trade: Bubble Study for Confirmation of Central Line Placement. We are thrilled to feature it today on the blog and look forward to meeting him in Las Vegas in May at the 3-day event. This weekend, we will also feature 2 other excellent submissions from runners-up Dr. Sarah Sanders (Northwestern University) and Dr. Jennifer Rabjohns (George Washington University). Thank you to everyone who submitted their work!

Dr. Tim Montrief
Emergency Medicine Resident
Jackson Memorial/University of Miami

Derek Monette, MD

Derek Monette, MD

ALiEM Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Medical Education Research Fellow
Department of Emergency Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
Derek Monette, MD

@DerekMonetteMD

@MassGeneralEM Doc & #MedEd Fellow, Interim Assoc Dir PA Ed | @ALiEMteam | using #Sim & #IPE to improve healthcare delivery & teams 🤝