As the peak professional organisation for emergency medicine in Australia and New Zealand, we have a duty to the emergency medicine profession and the wider community. Part of this entails training a sustainable emergency medicine workforce that provides high quality patient care and upholds the highest possible professional standards in emergency medicine.

In late 2016 the ACEM Board initiated a project to investigate discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment (DBSH) in emergency medicine. The College’s DBSH Project concluded in early 2018, with the release of the DBSH Action Plan.

The ACEM Board is committed to the long term implementation of this action plan, with the first major action already achieved – the establishment of a Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group, to oversee the work of this action plan over the coming years.

Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group

  • Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group update
  • Steering Group members

Background - Discrimination, Bullying and Sexual Harassment Project

  • Survey of members
  • Watch the President’s message
  • Consultation

How do I get support?

Support for Members

Support for trainees

How do I make a complaint?

Member complaints

Trainee complaints 

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