The practice of emergency medicine is extensive, encompassing a unique body of knowledge not defined by a specific location or even the four walls of the ED. As such, it is essential that ACEP, and researchers, understand how emergency medicine is practiced in all areas.
EMPRN, the Emergency Medicine Practice Research Network, comprises a group of dedicated emergency physicians representing the broad spectrum of our practice. EMPRN members are asked to complete up to 4 short surveys a year, 30 questions or less. These surveys cover an extensive range of subjects, from how patients are treated, to opinions about current controversies in medicine, to how groups are surviving. Surveys also come from a wide array of researchers, including ACEP members, medical students, and industry partners.
Emergency medicine needs your voice.
Simply complete the EMPRN Participation Form after logging into your ACEP account and take the first survey. In joining ACEP’s EMPRN, you agree that the data you submit may be used in a de-identified way for research and may be published. All surveys issued in each EMPRN survey are thoroughly vetted by a panel of dedicated ACEP committee members with extensive research experience.
Interested in submitting a survey for research?