New York ACEP Involvement
Young Physician and Resident Leadership and Advocacy Award
This $1,000 scholarship award was created to promote young physician leadership and to advance political action and advocacy among emergency physicians through attendance at the annual ACEP Leadership and Advocacy Conference held in Washington, DC. Young physician candidates must be within their first three years of practice. Resident candidates must be in good standing in an accredited residency program within New York State. Special consideration will be given to resident candidates planning to practice in New York State.
New York ACEP Emergency Medicine Resident Committee
Providing a unified voice for emergency medicine residents in New York State, the Emergency Medicine Resident Committee encourages and supports emergency medicine education and training.The qualification for committee membership in EMRC shall be candidate membership in New York ACEP. The committee is composed of one New York ACEP candidate member and one alternate from each Emergency Medicine Residency in New York State. Committee members and their alternates are elected by their respective residencies for appointment to the committee by the President of New York ACEP.
New York ACEP Committee Involvement
Participation at the committee level is a great way to introduce yourself into the activities of New York ACEP by serving on one of the following committees: Education, Emergency Medicine Resident, Emergency Medical Services, Government Affairs, Practice Management , Professional Development and Research Committees.
Describe prior involvement with New York ACEP committee(s)
Describe your experience and involvement with New York ACEP
Could you regularly participate in teleconferences?
What skills would you be able to bring to the committee?
Describe any potential conflicts.