Delivering the News with Compassion The GRIEV_ING Death Notification Protocol
The Emergency Practitioner and the Unhealthy Drinker: Motivating Patients for Change
These educational materials were developed to assist in training emergency physicians to detect, intervene and refer patients whose unhealthy alcohol use puts them at risk for negative consequences. This toolbox contains didactic information and core content with suggested educational formats, slide presentations and multiple other teaching aids.
Faculty Development Courses
Ultrasound Guide for Emergency Physicians
Articles, videos, and images are now available from the ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Section for all emergency physicians needing training or review about using ultrasound for patient diagnosis, management, monitor, and treatment.
Junior Faculty Resources
A new online, members-only resource designed to meet the needs of academic emergency physicians in the early years of their career.
Medical Student Resources
National Emergency Medicine Clinical Pathological Case (CPC) Conference
National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Awards
Honors outstanding educators in emergency medicine. Deadline April 9, 2010.
Residency Visit Request
To help you and your faculty prepare residents for the future, ACEP has a program of fully funded visits by its leaders to emergency medicine residency programs. These visits are designed to bring College leaders face-to-face with faculty and residents to talk about issues important to faculty and residents, the future of emergency medicine, and ACEP's advocacy efforts. Leaders also present clinical and practice management topics requested by individual programs. Residency programs are visited on a rotational basis approximately every two years. You may complete the residency visit request form on-line, or by requesting a form by calling 800-798-1822, ext. 3291.
Residency Program Resources
Helpful information about ACEP resources for program directors and residents
Risk Management Outline and Resources for Educators
This document was developed by the ACEP’s Academic Affairs Committee as a resource document for residency programs and other groups to utilize in risk management education. This document is not intended to be a comprehensive review of risk management, but rather a resource document for educators.
Securing Medicare GME Funding for Outside Rotations
This paper was developed by the Academic Affairs Committee to address the issue of a training program’s parent institution's ability to receive GME payment for residents engaged in outside rotations in those circumstances where the "outside rotation" institution does not receive GME funding for the residents’ time in that setting.
Effects of External Forces on Emergency Medicine Residency Training in the US
SAEM Fellowship List
Web-Based Resources for Perceived Educational Gaps of the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine
Resources developed by the Academic Affairs Committee to address perceived gaps identified by graduating residents. Gaps identified include research, management/administration, contracts, hazardous material, NBC agents, and coding and reimbursement.