Member engagement is pivotal to ACEM’s role as a voice for emergency medicine in Australasia. In both education and policy, ACEM aims to represent the views and values of Fellows and trainees. ACEM supports committees focusing on advocacy, practice and partnerships, education and professional development.  More information about each committee is below. 

ACEM Board Committees

ACEM Board Committees support the work done by the ACEM Board.
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Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships Committees

ACEM supports more than 10 committees and working groups to represent the interests of emergency doctors in the Australian and New Zealand health sectors. View a full list of the committees and the areas of focus.
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Council of Education Committees

The Council of Education committees and subcommittees govern and promote improvements in education delivery. Committees and subcommittees have responsibility for a full range of education, training and professional development programs offered by the College.
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