About the ACEM Foundation

The mission of the ACEM Foundation is to foster emergency medicine research, encourage and support Indigenous doctors in undertaking emergency medicine training and build the capacity of emergency medicine programs in developing countries.

About the ACEM Foundation

The ACEM Foundation was established by Council in 2012 to consolidate the various philanthropic endeavours of the College. The objective of the Foundation is to broaden the remit of the College’s pursuits and further the objects identified in the Constitution. These interests currently include support for indigenous trainees, international emergency medicine and emergency medicine research.
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ACEM Foundation Committee

The Foundation is a committee of the ACEM Board and comprises the following members:

Associate Professor Joseph Epstein AM FIFEM Patron
Dr Peter Freeman Director of Emergency Medicine, Lakes District Health Board, New Zealand
Dr Andrew Gosbell Director of Policy and Research, Deputy CEO, ACEM ex-officio
Dr Simon Judkins Clinical Director of Emergency Medicine, Austin Health
Dr Elizabeth Mowatt Clinical Lead, Emergency Medicine Education & Training, Cairns Hospital
Dr Gerard O’Reilly Consultant Emergency Physician and International Programs Manager, Emergency and Trauma Centre, the Alfred Hospital
Professor David Taylor Director of Emergency and General Medicine Research, Austin Health Chair
Dr John Vinen Director of Medical Services, Calvary Hospital, Canberra
Dr Peter White CEO, ACEM ex-officio