Megan Koenig, DO, MBA, MS New Physicians in Practice Committee Chair We are pleased to welcome guest blogger Megan Koenig, Chair of ACOEP's New Physicians in Practice Committee, as she demystifies the student [...]
ACOEP Members are consistently making news nation-wide. We're very proud of our own J.D. Polk, DO, who was interviewed for a recent story in Conde Nast Traveler. Dr. Polk is a senior medical officer with the [...]
Frank Gabrin, DO, is a regular contributor to The Pulse. Check out a sneak peak of his upcoming article, "When It's Our Turn," detailing his harrowing experience on the other side of the patient-physician [...]
Nevada Congressman, and ACOEP Member Joseph Heck, DO, is pushing for change. Watch as he touts the benefits of H.R. H.R. 4365, the Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medications Act of 2016. “Not sure we [...]
We are thrilled to unveil our newly, redesigned website! After careful planning, suggestions from our members, and new updates we have created a site that it more streamlined, interactive, and easier to navigate. Take a [...]
Active shooter situations have become devastatingly familiar to the American public. While there is no consensus on what can and should be done about it, preparedness is key in minimizing the horrifying effects of an active shooter. The Department of Homeland Security has issued a brief statement and list of resources to aid in preparing for a terrible situation such as this.
Over 1200 leaders in emergency medicine joined ACOEP in Orlando for The Edge: Scientific Assembly. Beginning with a sold out Ultrasound hands-on lab and very exciting committee meetings, the activity didn’t stop for all five days. The 2015 event featured more didactic opportunities than ever before, a larger and more engaging exhibit hall, exciting FOEM Competitions, and so much more.
ACOEP has joined forces with the White House and other associations to combat the devastating impact this can have on families everywhere. The White House has recently issued a press release outlining this task force.
Check out an article in The DO highlighting the role of women in emergency medicine, as well as a profile of Dr. Giesa, and ACOEP member, and Past President of the Resident Chapter Megan Koenig and their work to establish ACOEP's Council for Women in Emergency Medicine