IFEM Symposia Guidelines

The Board of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM) invites
individuals and organisations to conduct educational and scientific gatherings on its
behalf to further the aims and objectives of the Federation as described in its charter.
There is no set format to these meetings except that they should not be intended or be
perceived to compete with or replace the International Conference on Emergency
Medicine (ICEM).

An Updated Framework on Quality and Safety in Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine has been in existence for over 50 years; its rise and spread across the
globe occurred through an almost simultaneous development in the IFEM founder nations of
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States, and the United Kingdom.
Emergency Medicine is increasingly established in developed and developing nations,
reflected by the increased membership of the International Federation to 64 member
Organisations and over 80 countries in 2018.

Creating Sustainable Working Conditions for the Emergency Physician

The leadership of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine is greatly concerned about the sustainability of professional practice for emergency physicians worldwide. The provision of emergency health care is a critical core component of any national health care system. This consensus document is extremely important in outlining the necessary features and
requirements that all countries should follow in providing for the sustainability of their emergency physician workforce,

Ethical Conduct in Research Checklist November 2014

To better define the principles of research ethics, IFEM has provided the following checklist
as a foundation. It is expected that IFEM members, either individuals or countries, would
subscribe to these principles in the conduct of ethically sound research.
As these principles are broad, they are applicable to a range of research organisations
(single-centre investigator groups through to multi-national collaborations),