Committees

ACEP Committees provide important leadership to ACEP members, its Board and Council.

Each Committee is appointed by the President to assist with activities for the year. Committee members serve for a specific period of time and are accountable to the President for achievement of assigned objectives. Task forces operate much like committees, but once their work is complete they are deactivated. 

ACEP has more than 30 committees and task forces working on issues such as ethics, emergency medicine practice, pediatric emergency care, disaster medicine and more. 

Volunteer for a Committee

ACEP and emergency medicine need your expertise. Interest forms Due by May 29.

"ACEP has been valuable, not just in my educational development but my professional development.”

Kaedrea Jackson-Brown, MD, MPH, FACEP

General Committee Information

Committee Manual

Committee - FAQs

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