AAEM Young Physicians Section (YPS-AAEM) membership is open to all emergency medicine residency-trained Fellow-in-Training, Associate or Full Voting members of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine who are within the first five years of professional practice after residency or fellowship training.
About the Young Physicians Section
YPS Leadership, Election Information, Bylaws
Become a part of the Young Physicians Section for FREE!
Get involved with a YPS Committee
YPS Council Call for Nominations
Nominations are now being accepted for the Critical Care Medicine Section Council. Self-nominations are allowed and encouraged. Learn more and submit a nomination.
CV and Cover Letter Review
Extra Eyes on Your CV and Cover Letter
Available to YPS members and graduating residents. All requests will be reviewed by a YPS board member within two weeks of submission.
EM Flash Facts
Review EM Board Pearls with the EM Flash Facts App
Whether preparing for your EM boards, your EM rotation as a medical student or wanting to have a fast, easy way to teach on a shift as faculty, then the AAEM has the app for you - AAEM’s EM Flash Facts!
YPS Mentoring Program
Advice and Career Guidance
We invite you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity to interact with your peers and become invested in your future. Mentors are members from different regions of the U.S. and include those actively involved in community practice as well as academic emergency medicine.
YPS Articles in Common Sense
Submit an Article for the Official AAEM Magazine
YPS is actively seeking new authors to publish articles in Common Sense.
Rules of the Road for Young Physicians
Multimedia Guide to Life After Residency
Written for emergency physicians in their first five years of practice after residency, this book is a continuation of the Rules of the Road series already available for medical students and residents.
YPS Podcast Collaboration with AAEM/RSA
Podcast Episodes Featuring Young Physicians
Listen to podcast episodes with the AAEM Resident and Student Association (AAEM/RSA) and YPS-AAEM.