AMA President-Elect, Dr. Steve Stack (left-center) with Dr. Stephen Epstein (left), Dr. John Proctor (right-center) and Dr. Paul Kivela (right) at ACEP's 2014 Leadership & Advocacy Conference

Dr. Jose Torradas during a live Spanish-speaking interview to discuss ACEP's 2014 Report Card

Dr. Leigh Vinocur speaking with Neil Cavuto of Fox News about ACEP's 2014 Report Card

Dr. Jon Mark Hirshon testifies in Congressional Hearing: “Where Have All the Patients Gone? Examining the Psychiatric Bed Shortage”.

Univision interviews Dr. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) during ACEP's 2013 Leadership & Advocacy Conference

(L-R) ACEP Members Recardo Martinez, Maria Raven, William Jaquis, Jay Schuur & Jesse Pines at Health Affairs Seminar, "The Future of Emergency Medicine"

ACEP Member, Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN

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Awards will be presented to print and broadcast news stories that provide:

  • Outstanding coverage of an emergency medicine issue.
  • In-depth analysis or investigation that brings clarity to a key emergency medicine issue and educates the public.
  • Significant impact that motivates positive change or breaks a new story that generates widespread coverage.
  • Awards

One award will be given in each category, unless there are no qualified submissions. Winners will receive an award and recognition during ACEP’s annual Leadership & Advocacy Conference in Washington, DC, May 18-21, 2014. Winners will be publicized through a press release, and special letters of congratulation will be mailed to each recipient’s organization.

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This is a weekly round-up of national and local newspaper, magazine, and television reports that mention the American College of Emergency Physicians, our issues, or our spokespeople.


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ER 101 is a radio health program sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians. It’s hosted by Dr. Leigh Vinocur. The program airs live every on at 11am EST every other Friday. You can hear interviews from our most recent program here.

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