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Your needs are evolving and New York ACEP is right there with you. For a year that began like any other, 2020 has been anything but usual. Even in uncertain times, New York ACEP is finding ways to keep moving forward.

We are pleased to share with our members New York ACEP's 2020 Research Forum top oral and poster submissions in an e-book format as a benefit of membership.                                               2020 Research Forum E-Book


New York ACEP
Storytelling: COVID-19
Under normal circumstances we would be gathering by the fire tonight at New York ACEP's Scientific Assembly for stories to be told and shared that relate to the stresses, triumphs and connections encountered over the last several months related to COVID-19. 
In June, New York ACEP hosted a live storytelling (Airway) event. This storytelling initiative for emergency physicians marks the profound moments that make emergency physicians' jobs powerful.  
We are providing links to the pre-recorded stories below in the event you were unable to attend the virtual event. Remember...we all have stories to tell.






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Emergency Physicians Warn Against Deadly “Benadryl Challenge” Popular Amongst Teens

Emergency physicians are warning parents and teenagers against participating in the “Benadryl Challenge,” a viral social media trend in which individuals voluntarily overdose on allergy medicine, which has resulted in an influx of young people ending up in the emergency department and, in some cases, dying. Read more ...

Free MAT Waiver Training on Zoom - Next available session - October 6

ACEP, in partnership with Providers Clinical Support System, is hosting Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) X-Waiver (DEA DATA 2000) trainings this fall and in early 2021. Read more ...

New Executive Order Reporting Mandates

The new EO mandates that all healthcare providers who order or administer COVID-19 tests collect and report whether a patient attends or works in a school and if so, the name and
location of the school.

In addition, all clinical labs and POLs or healthcare providers conducting POC influenza testing must report influenza test results immediately (within 3 hours of receiving results) through ECLRS. Read more...

National Physician Suicide Awareness Day