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Emergency medicine is a highly-rewarding yet challenging career. The constant exposure to patient ill-health and injury and heavy physical and emotional demands can affect your wellbeing. ACEM can help to support you to look after yourself whilst caring for others.
Reflect, Restore, Recover. Wellness Week 2022 runs from 8–14 May.
If you're not sure what a wellbeing program or initiative might look like, check out our Vimeo showcase to see what some of our members and EDs are doing to support wellbeing.
ACEM Assist is a free and confidential service available to members and trainees, which provides counselling and coaching across a spectrum of personal and work-based issues.
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A sustainable workforce is one in which emergency doctors are able to maximise their health, professional satisfaction and career longevity thereby optimising their ability to meet the emergency medicine care needs of populations in Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia.
This is a collection of stories and articles written by and about ACEM members who have shared their experiences, and the importance of personal and workplace wellbeing.
The Regional Wellbeing Champion role was introduced in 2021 and is aimed at developing and supporting activities that contribute to the wellbeing of doctors and other health professionals delivering emergency medical care.
As a FACEM Trainee, who may be experiencing circumstances that are affecting your training progression, the Trainee Support Unit is available to provide you with support and guidance about your available options.
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