AACEM is committed to the goal of recognizing members who have contributed in a significant way through their talents and commitment to the organization. The Association of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine is excited to announce it is now accepting nominations for AACEM’s Awards! Nominations are now closed.
Distinguished Service Award
The AACEM Distinguished Service Award is the highest recognition given to a Chair who has brought honor and distinction to AACEM by displaying outstanding leadership in the building of a strong society through their significant contributions to the advancement of academic emergency medicine through leadership, education, research, clinical care, administration, public and professional service, and/or civic duties on behalf of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine.
Lifetime Service Award
The Lifetime Service Award is given to an AACEM member who has contributed to the advancement for academic Chairs and made outstanding, nationally recognized contributions to the Academy of Academic Chairs in Academic Emergency Medicine, over the course of his or her career.
You must be an AACEM member in good standing, i.e., up to date membership dues.
- The AACEM Executive Committee will review award nominations to determine eligibility.
- The AACEM Executive Committee reserves the right not to bestow an award in any given year if the nominees don’t fulfill the requirements.
- The AACEM Executive Committee may contact a nominator/nominee as needed to seek additional information or clarification.
AACEM Award Info:
Distinguished Service Award (This used to be called the Lifetime Achievement Award. The name was changed in 2016)
|2021||Donald M. Yealy, MD|
|2020||Jill M. Baren, MD, MS, MBA|
|2019||Gregory A. Volturo, MD|
|2018||Gabor D. Kelen, MD|
|2017||Andy Jagoda, MD|
|2016||Brian J. Zink, MD|
|2015||William Barsan, MD |
(Lifetime Achievement Award)
Lifetime Service Award (This award was created in 2016 by Greg Volturo and it has only been given once)
|2016||Harvey W. Meislin, MD|