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Emergency physicians are experts in treating the medical emergencies of any medical problem. ACEP has many emergency physician experts to answer questions on a wide variety of medical and health policy topics.  To reach a spokesperson in any of these areas, contact anyone in the Media Contacts section.

Abdominal Pain Forensic Medicine Poisoning
Advance Directives Frequent Users of the ER Prescription Drug Abuse
Alcohol/Drunk Driving Graduate Medical Education Prudent Layperson
Alternative Medicine Headache Reimbursement Issues
Asthma Head Injury Residents/Training
Board Certification Health Care Reform Rural EM
Burns Health Policy Seat Belt Safety
Child Abuse Heart Sedation/Pain
Clinical/Practice Guidelines Heat-Related Illnesses Seizure
Contracts Hepatitis Snow Skiing Safety
Costs of Emergency Care Home Safety Stroke
CPR – AEDS Hyperbaric Medicine Sports Medicine
Cruise Ship Medicine Hypothermia Suicide
Disaster Medicine Illegal Immigrant Care Synthetic Drugs
Drug-Related Emergencies Injury Prevention Tactical EM
Drug Shortages Infectious Diseases Telemedicine
ED Customer Service International EM Toxic Envenomation (Snakes, Bees, Spiders)
ED Design Lightning Safety Trauma Care
ED Overcrowding Managed Care Travel Safety
ED Technology Mass Casualty Events Medicaid Triage
ED Wait Times Medical Liability Tuberculosis
Elderly Medicare Ultrasound
EMS Military EM Uninsured
EMTALA Motor Vehicle Safety Urgent Care vs. ER Care
Ethics Motorcycle Injury/Helmets Violence
Events Medicine Observation Units Violence Against Health Care Workers
Family Presence Pain Management Water Safety
Fever Patient Safety Workforce Issues
First Aid Pediatric EM Wound Care

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