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National Association of EMS Physicians
Professional organization for physicians, paramedics, nurses, administrators, educators, researchers and key EMS personnel.
National Association of EMTs
Professional organization for emergency medical technicians (EMT) providing educational programs, liaison activities, development of national standards and the development of programs to benefit pre-hospital care personnel.
Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP)
National organization for professionals in emergency medicine. Provides advocacy for emergency physicians and the emergency health care needs of the Canadian public. In cooperation with other specialties and committees, CAEP has assisted in the.
World Health Organization Division of Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA)
Responsible for coordinating the international response to emergencies and natural disasters in the health field, in partnership with other member agencies of the United Nations Inter-Agency Standing Committee.
Association of Emergency Physicians
Professional membership society that represents emergency physicians, defined as those who largely practice clinical emergency medicine.
National Association of EMS Educators
Provides a forum for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) educators to share insight and information concerning all aspects of EMS education at all levels.
British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine
Web sit provides information about the organization, academic resources including publications and offers a dynamic resource for disseminating and collecting new information relevant to accident and emergency medicine.
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine
Incorporated educational institution whose objective is the training and examination of specialist emergency physicians for Australia and New Zealand.
Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD)
Establishes and maintains standards in emergency medicine training programs and promotes communications between faculty in emergency medicine.
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