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Advancing Women in Emergency Network

The Advancing Women in Emergency Network (AWE) is a Network of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships.

Private Emergency Medicine Network

The Private Emergency Medicine Netwok (PrEMN) is a Network of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP).

Trauma Emergency Medicine Network

The Trauma Emergency Medicine Network (TEMN) is a Network of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP)

Geriatric Emergency Medicine Network

The Geriatric Emergency Medicine Network (GEMN) is a Network of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP).

Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine Network

The College has established a Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine (PHRM) Network and is pleased to invite members and trainees to join.

Paediatric Emergency Medicine Network

PEMN is established under the ACEM Policy on Networks. It is a community of practice, led by a small Executive, that can be joined by ACEM members or other clinicians providing emergency care for children in EDs or undertaking research related to the emergency care of this population.

ACEM Clinical Trials Network

Promoting investigator-initiated, collaborative, multicentre clinical research in emergency medicine throughout Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

ACEM ED Epidemiology Network (EDEN)

Using large scale, routinely collected, data to equitably improve ED care and save lives across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

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