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A free simulation and skills-based day of education and conversation for parents returning to work in emergency medicine after a period of parental leave
The Advancing Women in Emergency Section (AWE) is a Section of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships.
The primary purpose of the role is to be aware of emergency care activities in a particular country or region and to act as a point of linkage with ACEM, ACEM members and local providers of emergency care.
The Private Emergency Medicine Section (PrEMS) is a Section of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP).
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The Trauma Emergency Medicine Section (TEMS) is a Section of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP)
The Geriatric Emergency Medicine Section (GEMS) is a Section of the College reporting to the Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP).
The College has established a Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine (PHRM) Section and is pleased to invite members and trainees to join the Section.
We are delighted to invite Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for FACEM and Trainee positions on all Committees that report to the Council for Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships (CAPP) and College Sections.
Chair & Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships
Regional Deputy Censor
Trainee Committee Member
Faculty Coordinator – Andrew Tham (03) 8679 8859 - [email protected] or [email protected].
Want to have your say? Opportunities to be involved in consultations will be advertised here when available.
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