ACEP


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AcronymDefinition
ACEPAmerican College of Emergency Physicians
ACEPAOC (Air Operations Center) Communications Enhancement Package
ACEPAssociation for Comprehensive Energy Psychology
ACEPApproved Continuing Education Provider
ACEPAlaska Center for Energy and Power (University of Alaska)
ACEPArmy Center for Enhanced Performance
ACEPAfrican Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme
ACEPAmerican Coaching Effectiveness Program (now American Sport Education Program)
ACEPAnnual Coordinated Election Period (US Medicare)
ACEPAdvisory Committee on Export Policy (US Department of Commerce)
ACEPApproved Continuous Examination Program
ACEPAccredited Continuing Education Provider
ACEPAssociação de Comércio Electrónico em Portugal (Lisbon, Portugal)
ACEPAlliance avec les Chrétiens en Politique (French: Alliance with the Christians in Politics; EU)
ACEPAdvisory Committee, Export Policy
ACEPAirport Capacity Enhancement Plan
ACEPAssociation Canadienne des Employés Professionels
ACEPAssociation du Collectionneurs des Entiers Postaux (French: Association of Postal Stationery Collectors)
ACEPAdvancement of Community Empowerment and Partnership (Hanoi, Vietnam)
ACEPAustralian Council of Egg Producers
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ACEP was founded in 1989 to promote advancement of the profession of Consulting Engineers in Pakistan, disseminate engineering knowledge amongst members, foster ethical practices in engineering services sector and promote fraternity between public and private sectors.
Increasing role of youth in national decision-making, informing and reforming policies is key for ACEP, peace and election are two major emerging areas that youth participation and engagement is quite important to make sure it is sustainable and inclusive.
The ACEP report indicated that 'we don't have fuel' to power the plants in the nation.
The ACEP survey found that emergency physicians across all demographics experience various forms of violence and are increasingly concerned about violence in the ED.
Researchers invited current ACEP members to participate in a poll to examine emergency medicine physicians' views on the level, type, frequency, and impact of violence experienced in the emergency department.
Director Anti-Corruption Rawalpindi Region Arif Raheem informed reporter that on the special directive of Director General, Anti-Corruption Punjab (ACP), the ACEP is making efforts to eliminate corruption and injustice from the society.
Horror stories that colleagues related to me while I chaired ACEP's Personal and Professional WellBeing Committee cannot all be isolated events.
Horror stories that colleagues related to me while I chaired ACEP's Personal and Professional Well-Being Committee cannot all be isolated events.
Reasons for overcrowding in ED are numerous.8 Recently, the American College of Emergency Physicians' (ACEP) crowding resources task force adopted the definition of ED crowding to be "a situation in which the defined need for emergency services outstrips available resources in the ED.9 This situation occurs in hospital ED's when there are more patients than staff and ED treatment beds, and waiting times exceed a reasonable period.
Alaska is a world leader in hybrid energy systems, according to the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) based at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) noted, however, many of these injuries are preventable.
TWO MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN Association for Physician Leadership[R] and the American College of Emergency Physicians were among those honored at the ACEP's October 2016 annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.