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2021 WA-ACEP Virtual Summit to Sound

Registration is Open for the Annual ED Director’s Meeting

Friday, November 12, 2021
SeaTac Conference Center
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We’re putting together a conference that focuses on peer engagement. Check back soon for a detailed agenda!

Safety is a Priority. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, WA-ACEP has established the following guidelines:

  • Attendees must show proof of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine two weeks prior to the meeting date, or a negative COVID-19 antigen test two days prior to the meeting date.
  • Masks must be worn in common areas except when eating or drinking.
  • Attendees must adhere to social distancing guidelines set in the lecture and exhibit hall.

WA-ACEP will conduct events in accordance with CDC guidelines. Stay on top of updates on the Doc Matter page or the WA-ACEP website.

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

 


Structural Racism and Public Health

WA-ACEP is committed to taking an active stance in dismantling systemic racism and promoting health equity. Part of this work is assembling an Anti-Racism and Health Equity committee, which is chaired by Java Tunson, MD. A charter and strategic plan is currently being developed. To get involved please email admin@washingtonacep.org

Read our full statement on Structural Racism and Public Health here.


Schlicher Receives the 2017 Collin C. Rorrie Award

WA-ACEP Past President Nathan Schlicher, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP received the Collin C. Rorrie Jr Award for Excellence in Health Policy Oct. 28 during ACEP17 in Washington, DC.  The Colin C. Rorrie, Jr, PhD Award for Excellence in Health Policy is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to achieving the health policy objectives of the College and/or who has demonstrated outstanding skills, talent, and commitment as an administrative or political leader.


WA EPs Gather in DC

Washington Emergency Physicians met with various members of the state’s congressional delegation Nov. 1 to discuss Prudent Layperson and liability coverage for EMTALA-related care in Emergency Departments.