Life After Fellowship, Part II: Finding a Job
This article is the second in a three-part series on finding the perfect EM/CCM job. We continue to be interested in the many models of jobs and training programs, so please feel free to send us articles and submissions on your job structure or your program.Read More »
Our previous article in this series explored the types of jobs that exist for dual trained emergency medicine (EM)/critical care medicine (CCM) physicians. In this installment of the series we will summarize the variety of venues that are used in finding jobs for EM/CCM physicians.
University of Iowa Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
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Specialty certification pathway: Anesthesia
Length of fellowship: 2 years
Number of fellows: 1-2 per year.
Curriculum (4-week blocks)
Board Certification Dates
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Make a Difference: Write that Council Resolution!
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Many College members introduce new ideas and current issues to ACEP through Council resolutions. This may sound daunting to our newer members, but the good news is that only takes two ACEP members to submit a resolution for Council consideration. In just a few months the ACEP Council will meet and consider numerous resolutions.
ACEP’s Council, the major governing body for the College, considers resolutions annually in conjunction with Scientific Assembly. During this annual meeting, the Council considers many resolutions, ranging from College regulations to major policy initiatives thus directing fund allocation. This year there are 365 councillors representing chapters, sections, AACEM, CORD, EMRA, and SAEM.
The Council meeting is your opportunity to make an impact and influence the agenda for the coming years. If you have a hot topic that you believe the College should address, now is the time to start writing that resolution.