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2024 Award Applications Due

You Deserve To Be Recognized!

2024 Award Applications are Open! GSACEP is proud to recognize and support outstanding service with awards, grants and fellowship opportunities. Recipients will be honored during the GSS24 conference in San Diego, April 3-5, 2024.

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ACEP Council Experience

CPT Katey Osborne, MD

The ACEP Council meeting occurs annually before the ACEP Scientific Assembly, and this year, I was afforded the opportunity to serve as councilor for our Government Services Chapter. Advocacy is an aspect of medicine that I had yet to participate in, and I was enlightened by the experience. We have the unique opportunity to be part of a chapter that includes four past presidents who were eager to share their expertise on navigating the council meeting. The college put out the resolutions in September for any member to review and give comments on. As a group, councilors and alternate councilors met to discuss how to best advocate and represent our chapter as military emergency physicians – an aspect not often thought about! 

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GSACEP Awards - Call for Nominations

Calling all Government Services members! The nomination inbox is now open for our annual Fellowship in Leadership Development and Annual Awards which will be announced at the Government Services Symposium in April!  As always, our goal is to showcase the talent and hard work of our membership. To nominate yourself or a colleague, please find the required forms here on the GSACEP website and direct any questions to michelebyers@gsacep.org by 31 January, 2024. Take a look at the awards below, and we look forward to your nominations!

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Leadership and Advocacy Conference

Cpt Jacob Altholz, MD

Last  month, the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) had an enriching experience at the Leadership and Advocacy Conference (LAC) in Washington, D.C. The annual conference was aimed at educating and empowering emergency physicians to advocate for policies that improve patient care and engaging with policymakers on issues affecting emergency medicine. The Government Services Chapter was able to participate across the continuum at the conference and met with elected officials and policymakers to discuss key issues such as violence in the workplace, boarding, and Medicare reimbursement. We were able to share our expertise and experiences as emergency physicians and to advocate for policies that support our patients and the practice of emergency medicine.

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