Humanitarian Award

Criteria

The purpose of the IFEM Humanitarian Award is to recognize an individual or organization that has conducted work related to international emergency medicine which has led to major humanitarian or public health benefits or positive effects. As the development of the specialty of emergency medicine and of emergency care systems within a country or region is a collaborative effort, a nominator should consider the contributions of both local and international leaders and teams, when considering a candidate for this award. It is essential that feedback about any individual being considered for this prestigious award be obtained from local people who have been involved in the work that has led to this nomination.

 

Procedures

  1. IFEM Founding, Full, Affiliate and Ex-officio Members are eligible to nominate a candidate for the Humanitarian Award.
  2. The candidate may be an individual or an organization or a government body who has contributed significantly to the field of emergency medicine.
  3. Nominations should be made by a covering letter. This letter should clearly present the rationale for recognizing the contributions of the individual or organization and must be accompanied by a one page citation.
  4. The IFEM Board will review, approve and ratify any recommendations for this Award
  5. Nominations with the supporting documentation and administration fee (per nomination), should be sent to the IFEM Secretariat at least 90 days prior to the regular Board meeting at which voting on the nominations will occur.
  6. A maximum of two Humanitarian Awards may be approved for presentation at each

 

Presentation of the Humanitarian Award

Recipients will be recognized at the Awards ceremony at the next ICEM Awards Ceremony.

 

Award Nomination Fee  

High and Upper Middle income countries $734AUD

Lower Middle income countries $220AUD

Low income countries $73AUD

 

Download Award Criteria

 

Humanitarian Award Recipients 

2023
Dr Georgina Phillips (ACEM)

2022
Professor Gerard O'Reilly (ACEM)

2021 
Skalicky, Rosanne (ACEM) 

2020 
Cattamanchi, Srihari (SEMI) 
Klaassen, Barry (RCEM) 

2019 
Molyneux, Elizabeth (RCEM) 

2018 
Arellano Hernandez, Noe (SMME) 
Curry, Chris (ACEM) 
García Guerrero, Armando Carlos (SMME 

2014
Hall, Haywood (PACEMD, ACEP) 
Wong Tai Wai (HKCEM) 

2012 
Tong, Hon-kuan (HKCEM) 

2010 
Holliman, C. James (ACEP) 
Redmond, Anthony D. (CEM-UK)  

2008
Bradt, David (ACEM) 
Bullard, Michael (CAEP) 

2006 
Rick Brennan (ACEM) 
Michael VanRooyen (ACEP) 
Yehezkel Waisman (Israeli AEM) 

2004 
Frederick Burkle (ACEP) 

 

NOMINATION FORM

Please note that nominations for 2024 have now closed.