High-Threat Event Casualty Care

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) considers provision of tactical casualty care an important component in the planning and response at high-threat events, such as mass gatherings of ...

ACEP Statement on EMS Professionals’ Priority Access to the COVID-19 Vaccine

Ketamine Use in Prehospital and Hospital Treatment of the Acute Trauma Patient

COVID-19: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) During the Pandemic

Pediatric Readiness in Emergency Medical Services Systems

Violence Prevention and Intervention in Emergency Medical Services Systems

Salary and Benefits Considerations for Emergency Medical Services Professionals

Spinal Motion Restriction in the Trauma Patient

Military Considerations in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Due Process for Physician Medical Directors of Emergency Medical Services

Patient Autonomy and Destination Factors in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and EMS-Affiliated Mobile Integrated Healthcare Community Paramedicine Programs

Relationship between Clinical Capabilities and Medical Equipment in the Practice of Emergency Medical Services Medicine

The Role of Emergency Physicians in Emergency Medical Services for Children

Tactical Emergency Medical Support

Special Roles for Emergency Medical Services Professionals

Emergency Medical Services Interfaces with Health Care Systems

The Role of the Physician Medical Director in Emergency Medical Services Leadership

The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medical Services Medicine

Medical Transport Advertising, Marketing, and Brokering

Physician Medical Direction of Emergency Medical Services Education Programs

Emergency Physician Overhead

Role of the State EMS Medical Director

Transfer of Patient Care Between EMS Providers and Receiving Facilities

Human Resources Concepts Governing Physician Medical Directors of EMS

A Culture of Safety in EMS Systems

Out-of-Hospital Medical Direction and the Intervener Physician

Support for National Disaster Medical System and Other Response Teams

Handling of Hazardous Materials