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National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award

Purpose of Award

Given to an outstanding educator who demonstrates superior clinical teaching.

The award is recommended for faculty who are more than seven (7) years post-residency.

 

Eligibility

Current ACEP member at time of nomination who:

  • Holds an academic appointment at a United States allopathic or osteopathic medical school and is at the instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, or professor level
  • Is board certified in EM by ABEM or ABOEM or in pediatric EM under ABP
  • Has not previously won the award

 

Nomination Process

Nomination form completed by the nominating EM chair, program director, or chief.

Letter of support from departmental leadership (chair, chief, vice-chair or educational program director). Other organizational leaders (CEOs, deans, board of directors or similar leaders) may provide this endorsement letter. 

Letter of support from a designated group of learners with which the nominee has been most directly involved. This could be emergency medicine residents, medical students, emergency medicine fellows, or other health professional learners (ie, paramedic students).

Documentation of teaching ratings and awards, educational efforts, ACEP educational programs, and major innovative educational programs.

Nomination Instructions

 

Selection Criteria

Demonstration of teaching experience and commitment to excellence

 

Award

Complimentary registration to ACEP's annual meeting
Award plaque
Recognition in ACEP publications

 

Nomination Deadline

April 15

 

Notification Date

July 15

 

Date of Inception

1999

 

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Past Recipients

 

For questions, please contact academicaffairsawards@acep.org

 

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