To nominate an individual for an Honorary Fellowship, a letter of nomination should be written to the ACEM Chief Executive Officer. The letter of nomination must include:
- Signatures from at least three (3) individual Fellows of the College nominating the individual or, where the nomination comes from a College entity, the signature of the chair of the relevant entity.
- If the nominator is a College entity, a letter of support from the applicable College council (CAPP or COE), as appropriate.
- Demonstrable reason(s) substantiating the nomination.
- A detailed curriculum vitae of the nominee containing biographical details, information on appointments, membership of learned societies (and office held), and a list of publications and other relevant details.
Nominations will be considered by the ACEM Board As part of its deliberations, the Board will give consideration to the significance and extent of contributions to the College, with such contributions to be considered outstanding relative to other individuals involved in College activities.