With so many benefits coming with an EMRA membership, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few tips to help you navigate the waters.
Newest Benefit! Free ACEP YPS Section Membership
Did you know that ACEP offers 33 different sections of membership that allow you to connect with physician leaders who share your interest in any one of emergency medicine’s many niches?
Building on that commitment to networking, EMRA and ACEP launched the newest member benefit this spring: a complementary section membership in the ACEP Young Physicians Section.
In addition to receiving one complimentary section membership of your choice, ACEP Candidate Members (resident, fellows, and medical students) are now automatically enrolled in the ACEP Young Physicians Section at no charge. Additional section memberships are available for $20 each (a 50 percent discount).
Joining a section is easy. Simply log in to acep.org/myacep and choose the sections that best align with your interests.
Table 1. 15 Most Popular ACEP Sections Among (Non-Alumni) EMRA Members
|International Emergency Medicine||735|
|Critical Care Medicine||534|
|Careers in Emergency Medicine||518|
|American Association of Women Emergency Physicians||335|
|Emergency Medical Services – Prehospital Care||252|
|Pediatric Emergency Medicine||232|
|Emergency Medicine Research||152|
|Tactical Emergency Medicine||133|
|Emergency Medicine Practice Management and Health Policy||125|
|Air Medical Transport||113|
Learn more at acep.org/sections.
Join an EMRA Committee or Division
In addition to taking advantage of your free ACEP section membership, there are a multitude of opportunities to get more involved with EMRA by joining one of our 15 committees and divisions.
What’s the difference between committees and divisions, you ask? Conceptually, committees are tasked to assist the EMRA Board in carrying out its work, while divisions have more freedom to come up with their own projects – but at the end of the day, both will give you the opportunity to be a leader and connect with others who share your interests.
Many of EMRA’s flagship products were generated by members of our hardworking, innovative committees and divisions – what will your big idea be?
Table 2. Number of EMRA Members per Committee/Division (as of July 2015)
|Health Policy Committee||38|
|Critical Care Division||69|
|International EM Division||53|
|Pediatric EM Division||55|
|Wilderness Medicine Division||58|
Learn more at emra.org/committees-divisions.
Browse Your Benefits
We’ve recently overhauled the member benefits page on emra.org to make it easier for our members to quickly get access to the resources that they want. Log in and find your new favorite benefit. Learn more at emra.org/benefits.
Get Published in EM Resident
Do you have an issue or topic that you’re passionate about? How about an interesting clinical case to share? Or maybe an interpretation of the latest EM literature?
Reflections, editorials, clinical content, career advice, health policy, and more – get published in EM Resident.
With the launch of EMResident.org we are now able to enhance articles with author submitted audio, video, or other supplemental content. Learn more here.