ACEP 50th Anniversary Special Edition Books
Take home memories of ACEP’s 50th Anniversary with our commemorative anniversary book and a new edition of the history of emergency medicine.
Bring ‘em All: Chaos. Care. Stories from Medicine’s Front Line.
Celebrate the depth and diversity of emergency medicine with ACEP's poignant new anniversary book, which reveals how far the specialty has come in its relatively short, vibrant life.
Famed photographer Eugene Richards, influential author of The Knife and Gun Club, captures breathtaking moments in the lives and careers of emergency physicians through a collection of 50 inspiring photo essays in ACEP’s commemorative anniversary book, Bring ‘em All: Chaos. Care. Stories from Medicine’s Front Line.
Purchase a book with your ACEP18 registration and be the first to pick up your copy in San Diego. Have your copy signed and attend special readings throughout the event.
Anyone, Anything, Anytime – History of Emergency Medicine (2nd Edition)
Anyone, Anything, Anytime – History of Emergency Medicine (2nd Edition), updated with full-color photos and new in-depth interviews, the redesigned second edition of Anyone, Anything, Anytime takes an even deeper dive into the evolution of emergency medicine. With first-hand narratives from nearly 50 EM pioneers, prominent historian Brian Zink explores the origins and remarkable transformation of the specialty from its early days following World War II through the sociopolitical changes of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s to the present day.
Purchase a book with your ACEP18 registration and be the first to pick up your copy in San Diego. Have your copy signed at the event.