The ACEP section grant program was established to assist sections with meeting members’ needs, educating the public, and advancing emergency medicine. Section members are invited to submit grant proposals that help meet their section’s objectives. It is a great way to work together with support from the College. The Board of Directors awards up to $50,000 annually to section grant applicants. The following is a list of recently completed projects funded by the section grant program. To learn more, go to www.acep.org/sections.
Explore This IssueACEP Now: Vol 34 – No 03 – March 2015
|Ultrasound credentialing in North American emergency department systems with ultrasound fellowships: a cross-sectional survey white paper. Published in Emergency Medicine Journal.||JAN 2015|
|www.globalsono.org is a collaborative website designed to serve as a resource hub for clinical sonographers, ultrasound educators, and researchers from around the world. The website focuses its efforts on resource-limited settings, which can range from the developing world to any location that does not have an established
infrastructure for clinician-performed ultrasound.
|Chief complaint–based performance measures: a new focus for acute care quality measurement white paper. Published in Annals of Emergency Medicine.||OCT 2014|
|Interunit handoffs of patients and transfers of information: a survey of current practices white paper. Published in Annals of Emergency Medicine.||JUN 2014|
|Telehealth in emergency medicine: a primer gives an overview of the definition of telehealth, its history, current technology, practical uses, cost and reimbursement, quality improvement measures integrated with telehealth, as well as potential risks and opportunities to its use. Available for download on the Emergency Telemedicine Section website.||JUN 2014|
|Virtual mentorship in sports medicine aims to facilitate the development of a mentoring relationship between experienced sports medicine/emergency medicine physicians and those individuals interested in pursuing further training or careers in primary care sports medicine.||MAR 2014|
|ACEP 101: a guide for young physicians, 2nd edition. A resource for any physician or those new to the practice of emergency medicine or new to ACEP, with information on all aspects of ACEP and ACEP opportunities for members at both the state and national level. Available for download on the Young Physicians Section website.||FEB 2014|
|1st international ambassador program convention. Preconference event held at ACEP13 in Seattle.||OCT 2013|
|Evaluation and management of the sexually assaulted or sexually abused patient, 2nd edition. Available for download on the Forensic Medicine Section website.||SEPT 2013|
|Quality and safety implications of emergency department information systems
white paper. Published in Annals of Emergency Medicine.