The Leadership & Advocacy Conference (LAC) is coming up May 5–8, 2019, in Washington, D.C., and it’s a great opportunity for emergency physicians to advocate for the profession, engage with members of Congress, and connect with other emergency medicine leaders. The first sessions offer leadership training and a deeper dive into policy, and then attendees will take that knowledge to Capitol Hill to meet face-to-face with legislators about key issues affecting emergency medicine. The conference will close with the Solutions Forum, covering emergency medicine–led solutions related to telemedicine and mental health.
Explore This IssueACEP Now: Vol 38 – No 03 – March 2019
New for 2019: ACEP is offering emergency medicine–specific Medication Assisted Treatment Waiver Training and the ED Acute Pain Management Bootcamp at the tail end of LAC. Register.