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New York ACEP offers quality CME & Conferences throughout the year.

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Professional Development Committee

New York ACEP will promote the value of ACEP membership, enhance communication and increase participation of its varied membership.

  • Make New York ACEP membership essential to emergency physicians and physicians in training
  • Focus on increasing young physician membership
  • Focus membership recruitment on state residency programs, to increase residency program director involvement and focus on faculty recruitment in programs with minimal representation
  • Create and offer a residency visit program
  • Assist members with career development through forums, educational programs, networking and mentoring to help physicians make transitions throughout their careers
  • Provide avenues to address physician well-being
Nicole Berwald, MD, Staten Island University Hospital, Chair
Robert M. Bramante, MD FACEP, North Shore University Hospital
Katherine M. Nacca, MD, SUNY Upstate Medical University
Jennifer L. Pugh, MD, SUNY at Buffalo
Manish Sharma, DO MBA FACEP, New York Hospital Medical Center at Queens
Moshe Weizberg, MD FACEP, Staten Island University Hospital
icon-phone 2The Professional Development Committee meets by conference call every 2nd Wednesday @ 3:30 pm.
Click on the Calendar to view all New York ACEP events including conference calls.



Have you ever wondered . . .

How can I get training to become an administrator?
How do I balance my personal life and my professional life?
How can I manage my time better?

New York ACEP leadership, along with the Professional Development Committee, are here to help you by matching you with a mentor. We'll connect you with an experienced emergency medicine physician in your area of interest to help you answer these tough questions.

To read more and to get in touch, click here.


  “Physician, Heal Thyself”: The Importance of Creating Resiliency

Emergency medicine can be highly rewarding, but it can also be extremely draining. Longevity in the specialty is tied to your ability to be both emotionally and physically resilient. These traits are partially inborn but can be learned and developed.

"Physician Heal Thyself: The Importance of Creating Resilience" presented during ACEP14 by ACEP's President-Elect, Jay Kaplan, MD, FACEP, defines "resiliency" with respect to emergency medicine, reviews the research behind the benefits of developing resiliency, and provides ways to foster and maintain a resilient mindset that can improve your life and the care you give to your patients. This lecture is free for ACEP members.

Earn up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

After completing this activity, you should be able to:

• Discuss the literature on the benefits of developing resiliency in professional and personal spheres.

• Identify key characteristics of a resilient emergency physician.

• Discuss concepts of self-nurturing, locus of internal control, mindfulness, optimism, and social connection.

• Recall five techniques or habits you can practice to improve your own resiliency.

To watch the course:

  1. Go to www.acep.org/acepecme
  2. Log in with your ACEP username and password
  3. Click the “Course Catalog” tab
  4. Find the “Sort By” function on the right side of the screen, and sort by “Recently Added” in the drop-down box
  5. Click “Launch” under the course title

Contact Us

  • 1130 Crosspointe Lane, Suite 10B
    Webster, NY 14580-2986
  • (585) 872-2417
  • (585) 872-2419


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