At ACEP our Development Team works daily with healthcare organizations who have emergency medicine related strategic goals and objectives. Outside of our world-class conferences, here are a few of the ways we work with company support to achieve shared goals throughout the year.

Micro Learning
Late Summer 2020, ACEP is launching a ‘how to’ section of acep.org. Work with us to define a knowledge gap and support the creation of two-minute non-CME instructional videos.

Conversations with Industry
We’ve created a space where companies can create and curate educational content for emergency physicians on our ‘Conversations with Industry’ page on acep.org. The page features micro content to engage members in a conversation around an area of mutual interest.

Expert Consensus Papers
ACEP convenes relevant subject matter experts to author a best practices publication. The paper is submitted for journal publication consideration, and ACEP promotes through its various member communication channels.

We are taking our award-winning innovation hub from our annual meeting exhibit hall and creating an online, yearlong space to feature innovative education, products, and treatment pathways. Opportunities this year include podcasts, TikTok style education videos and more.

Access insights from ACEP’s Emergency Medicine Practice Research Network. Survey responses serve to improve patient care by developing new clinical science and systems strategies as well as advocating for patients and emergency medicine practice.

National State Chapter Program
Allow ACEP to be your concierge to set up and host product theaters and exhibits at ACEP state chapter meetings. Limited availability.

Independent Medical Education Support
ACEP actively pursues all opportunities for working with independent grant support to develop and deliver live and online CME sessions.

Align with and support ACEP-hosted webinars covering timely and relevant topics. Let’s talk about upcoming topics that we can explore together.


This is just a taste of what can be done. Let’s start the dialogue.