Our Fellows and trainees have been assisting in the development of emergency medicine overseas for decades. We established the IEM-Network in 2004 to support our Fellows, trainees and anyone else interested in the development of international emergency medicine. The IEM-Network connects its members, keeps them up-to-date with events and job opportunities, and provides relevant resources and information.

The IEM-Network Goals

The IEM-Network aims to:

  • Provide international emergency medicine news and information
  • Aid with networking to support the development of international emergency medicine projects
  • Develop links with emergency medicine providers globally, especially in developing countries
  • Cultivate international emergency medicine opportunities.

IEM-Network members are currently undertaking development work in various countries, including:

  • Botswana
  • Fiji
  • Kiribati
  • Mongolia
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Solomon Islands
  • Sri Lanka
  • Tonga

How do I become a member of the IEM-Network?

To become a member of the IEM-Network, contact our IEM-Network via email.

What are the IEM-Network membership benefits?

As an IEM-Network member you will receive:

  • Updates on international emergency medicine projects and opportunities
  • The IEM-News - a bi-annual publication on international emergency medicine developments
  • Networking opportunities with members with extensive experience in international emergency medicine development.

Funding

There are a number of funding opportunities for IEM-Network members to assist with training, research and placement, including:

  • International Scholarship – A scholarship for actual or potential leaders in emergency medicine in developing nations, to attend and present at the ACEM Annual Scientific Meeting each year. 
  • International Development Fund – A fund for international emergency medicine research, or programs. 
  • Australian Volunteers International – In 2012 we became a partner company with Australian Volunteers International (AVI). ACEM and AVI now support a number of volunteer funded positions overseas.

For more information about the funding opportunities, email the IEM-Network team.

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