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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)
ACEPAirport Capacity Enhancement Plan
ACEPAdvisory Committee, Export Policy
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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The American College of Emergency Physicians has published specific guidelines regarding medical standards aboard cruise ships.
Dallas, TX: American College of Emergency Physicians, 1998.
American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN), Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), & American Pain Society (APS).
Data source: American College of Emergency Physicians survey of 1,500 physicians nationwide.
Disclosures: Funding was provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics with travel support from the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Chest Physicians, the American Thoracic Society, and the American College of Emergency Physicians for their representatives.
He was a Professor of Emergency Medicine and retired Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education at UMass, Past Commander of MA-2 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, Past President of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and Past President of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
According to a recent online poll of emergency physicians conducted by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), ER visits are up, not down, adding to the woes of already strained emergency departments across the country.
[2.] American College of Emergency Physicians. http://www.acep.org/About-Us/1965-Report-Calls-forIncreased-Emphasis-on- Emergency-Care/ (accessed 5 May 2014).
The low overall grade handed out by the American College of Emergency Physicians suggests there is little doubt that providers feel strongly about those concerns, that they are warranted, and that something must be done to address them.
In this update of the 2007 edition sponsored by the Emergency Care & Safety Institute and the American College of Emergency Physicians, medical writers and editors treat the importance of first aid, the basics of anatomy, and procedures in providing first-responder aid in emergencies ranging from injury and illness in the wilderness to terrorist attacks.
En Estados Unidos, el American College of Emergency Physicians y la Society for Academic Emergency Medicine han avalado el entrenamiento en ultrasonografia del 90% de los residentes de la especialidad de emergencias.
In 2010, he was given the "Outstanding Contribution in EMS" Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians, and was also named "Physician of Excellence" by the medical staff of PeaceHealth St.
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