Emergency Medicine Workforce Committee

 

The AAEM EM Workforce Committee is one of the most active committees of AAEM. We are actively engaged in advocacy issues that speak to the mission of AAEM and affect EM physicians on a daily basis. The work of this committee will impact the environment of emergency medicine for our residents as they graduate. If you have concerns, questions or information, please forward them to us at info@aaem.org. We will keep you up-to-date as to the work of the committee. 

 

Who We Are

Objectives

  1. Evaluate the impact of non-physician practitioners (NPPs) in emergency medicine, which includes the following:
    • Work with AAEM/RSA and AAEM state and regional chapter divisions to track how many of our members are affected by the NPP independent practice movement.
    • Be a resource for members on scope of practice creep.
    • Work with individual state legislators and AAEM advocacy to encourage members to engage with state medical societies on scope of practice issues and encourage individuals to act on state legislation bills.
  2. Continue to evaluate the impact of the growth of EM residency programs and NPP programs on the emergency medicine workforce.
  3. Advocate for our members who are being replaced by NPPs.
  4. Work alongside all stakeholders to promote physician-led, team-based emergency medical care and promote legislation and rulings that allow for transparency and accuracy of terminology so every patient knows who is providing his/her care.

 

Leadership

Committee Chair: Evie Marcolini, MD FAAEM FACEP FCCM

Vice Chair: Julie Vieth, MBChB FAAEM

Board Liaison: Terrence Mulligan, DO MPH FAAEM

Read a letter from the chairs.

 

Our Projects

APP or the EM Workforce Concern Form

If you are an AAEM member and wish to submit a question or concern for the AAEM EM Workforce Committee to review, please use this form. Concerns regarding the unsupervised practice of non-physician practitioner (NPP) programs (NPPs) or the replacement of physicians by NPPs may be submitted for review.

 

Position Statements

 

Articles in Common Sense

 

Resources

Infographic: Who is Treating Your Emergency? (PDF)

 

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