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911 Legislative Network
The more than 1350 ACEP and EMRA members participating in the 911 Legislative Network act as resources and health care issue experts for federal legislators to maximize the voice of emergency medicine in the federal legislative process. ACEP established the Network in 1998 to encourage our members to cultivate long-term relationships with federal legislators, convey ACEP's legislative and regulatory priorities-in an effective manner, and affect the final outcome of federal legislation important to the specialty of emergency medicine.

Contribute to NEMPAC
Established in 1980, NEMPAC is a voluntary, nonprofit, unincorporated association operating as a segregated fund of ACEP. NEMPAC is empowered to solicit, directly or indirectly, accept voluntary personal contributions from ACEP members, and make expenditures in connection with the election of candidates for federal office. NEMPAC is a critical advocacy tool to amplify the voice of emergency physicians and our patients in the federal election process.

Donate to the Emergency Medicine Foundation
The Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) is the oldest organization with the sole purpose of supporting research and education in the speciality, founded in 1972. Established as a 501 (c ) 3 charitable foundation, EMF was created as the education and research arm of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). The purpose of the foundation is to serve as a catalyst to advance education and research in emergency medicine. To date, EMF has awarded more than $9 million in research awards to advance emergency medicine science and to develop emergency medicine research.

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