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Mission

The mission of AACEM is to enhance and support academic departments of Emergency Medicine as they improve health care through high-quality education and research.

Objectives

  • Providing guidance for the administration and operation of existing and new academic departments of emergency medicine.
  • Discovering and disseminating resources for the growth and development of academic emergency medicine departments and chairs.
  • Facilitating leadership development in academic emergency medicine.
  • Developing partnerships and cooperative relationships with other organizations and societies to advance and advocate for academic emergency medicine. 

2015-2016 AACEM Executive Committee

President
Gregory A. Volturo, MD
University of Massachusetts Medical School
volturog@ummhc.org

Pres​ident-elect
Richard D. Zane, MD
University of Colorado-Denver
richard.zane@ucdenver.edu

Secretary/Treasurer

Theodore R. Delbridge, MD, MPH
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
delbridget@ecu.edu

Immediate Past President
Andy S. Jagoda, MD
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
andy.jagoda@mountsinai.org





Members at Large
Michael D. Brown, MD, MSc
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
brownm@msu.edu

Andrew S. Nugent, MD
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
andrew-nugent@uiowa.edu

SAEM BOD Liaison
Debora B. Diercks, MD, MSc
Deborah.Diercks@UTSouthwestern.edu

SAEM Staff Liaisons
Megan Schagrin, CEO
mschagrin@saem.org

Kat Nagaswa
knagasawa@saem.org

Elizabeth Oshinson
eoshinson@saem.org


 

AACEM Membership

Established in 1989, the AACEM mission is to enhance and support academic departments of emergency medicine as they improve healthcare through high-quality education and research. To be considered for full-active membership, you must be a member of SAEM along with serving as a full, acting, or interim chair of a department of emergency medicine in an LCME accredited medical school in the United States or Canada.The benefits of AACEM membership includes participation in:

  • Current issues and discussions the listserve
  • Cutting-edge and topical presentations, didactics, discussion groups, and mentorship opportunities relevant to the challenges of serving as chair of an academic department of Emergency Medicine through a three-day retreatNetworking at the AACEM Reception and Dinner, held in conjunction with the SAEM Annual Meeting.
  • Networking at the AACEM Reception and Dinner, held in conjunction with the SAEM Annual Meeting.

These unique opportunities are available only to AACEM members. The annual dues are $1,000.

To request membership, please forward the following information to aacem@saem.org

  • Title at current university
  • Name of emergency medicine residency program
  • Listing of degrees

Resources

Current AACEM Bylaws
AACEM Community Page