“Emergency Care for America's Heroes”

Award Applications

Rising Star

The GSACEP Rising Star Award is intended to honor the junior Emergency Medicine staff that most exemplifies excellence and dedication to service. Similar in intent to sports-based “rising star” awards, the GSACEP Rising Star Award is given annually to a standout young EM physician who displays exceptional service to the Government Services Section and/or outstanding leadership in the profession.

Nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Between one and five years out of Emergency Medicine Residency Training
  • Active member of GSACEP
  • Outstanding work and professional activities.
  • Notable service to professional Emergency Medicine organizations (preferably GSACEP).

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Medical Director

Any member of the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (GSACEP) may nominate himself/herself or another member for this award. The leadership team of any hospital or military treatment facility may nominate a GSACEP member for this award. The nominee must be a GSACEP member and must currently be in a leadership position in an emergency department. The nominee must demonstrate significant contributions to the department in the following categories:

  • Quality Patient Care
  • Operational Effectiveness
  • Education
  • Community Service
  • Collaboration with Nursing
  • Synergistic approach to leadership within the hospital or hospital system

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Military Excellence

Any member of the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (GSACEP) may nominate himself/herself or another member for this award. The leadership team of any hospital or military treatment facility may nominate a GSACEP member for this award. This award recognizes a leader with a record of significant contributions to military emergency medicine, resulting in noteworthy impact on the profession. The nominee must be a GSACEP member

Nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Active member of GSACEP
  • Outstanding work and professional activities.
  • A proven record of noteworthy, sustained, contributions to military emergency medicine.

 >>   DOWNLOAD the GSACEP Military Excellence Award Application<<

 

Leadership and Advocacy

The GSACEP Fellowship in Leadership and Advocacy is designed to develop and groom future military and federal emergency medicine leaders. The fellowship combines elements of mentoring, with skills in organization, education, advocacy, and involvement.

The fellowship serves to provide both an orientation to organized medicine and leadership development to ensure our future military and federal emergency medicine leaders succeed in the combined military and civilian organized medicine setting.

 >> DOWNLOAD the GSACEP Leadership Advocacy Award Application<<

 

Veteran's Advocate Award

Any member of the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (GSACEP) may nominate himself/herself or another member for this award. The leadership team of any hospital or military treatment facility may nominate a GSACEP member for this award.  This award recognizes a GSACEP member that made significant contributions to the health, welfare and/or safety of our nation’s veterans.   

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Fellowship in Leadership Development

The GSACEP Leadership Development Fellowship is designed to develop and groom future military and federal emergency medicine leaders.  The fellowship combines elements of mentoring, with skills in organization, education, advocacy, and involvement.   

The fellowship serves to provide both an orientation to organized medicine and leadership development to ensure our future military and federal emergency medicine leaders succeed in the combined military and civilian organized medicine setting.  

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Resident Leadership and Advocacy Grant

The GSACEP Resident Leadership and Advocacy Grant is intended to expose GSACEP resident members to the importance of emergency medicine advocacy and to introduce government services specific issues of importance.  We hope this grant encourages increased involvement in the Government Services Chapter and cultivates future EM leaders.   

The grant covers expenses for residents to attend the ACEP Leadership and Advocacy Conference in Washington DC.  GSACEP will cover airfare, hotel and per diem for the length of the conference (usually a 3 day conference in March).  Traditionally, residents are also treated to a dinner with GSACEP leadership and members following the Opening Reception.

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Scientific Assembly Grant

The GSACEP Scientific Assembly Grant is intended to support GSACEP members in their academic pursuits, to encourage increased involvement in the Government Services Chapter and to cultivate future EM leaders.   Recipients receive free conference registration to ACEP Scientific Assembly (valued at $670 for staff physicians and $375 for residents).  Recipients are required to attend the GSACEP Board of Directors Meeting during the conference to receive recognition and foster familiarity with current EM issues important to the Government Services members.

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