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The leadership of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine is greatly concerned about the sustainability of professional practice for emergency physicians worldwide. Accordingly in 2013, the IFEM Executive recommended that a Taskforce be developed to review the best working practices of Emergency Physicians worldwide and agree on a set of core principles that would provide guidance and support a sustainable,
You can access the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, an open access journal with the aim to improve population health through the integration of emergency care at WestJEM.com.
A task force of the Specialty Implementation Committee have developed guidelines for developing a National Emergency Medicine (EM) specialty organization. The document details structural and procedural considerations for creating or developing an EM specialty organization in a country or region that currently does not have one. It was written in response to requests for aid in developing a country’s specialty of EM.
IFEM’s Emergency Ultrasound Special Interest Group has developed a document on point-of-care ultrasound training programs and practice governance, which will assist in providing structure and guidelines for best practice. It is a consensus document drawing on regional and national guidelines already in practice around the world.
The document highlights the important features of a sound training and practice program,