ACEP in the News

Below are recent major mainstream and health care news articles that feature the American College of Emergency Physicians and its spokespeople.


ERs grapple with boarding, burnout and déjà vu

"Every specialty has encountered this," Dr. Kang said about the supply-demand mismatch. ACEP and other emergency medicine organizations have closely monitored the increasing number of residency and re...

Why Are Emergency Medicine Residents Disappearing?

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is convening a task force to better understand what is happening, but the contributing factors should not come as a surprise to the National Residen...

Will there be any emergency doctors to see you in the future?

Working in emergency medicine has never been easy, yet the field continued to attract students. In fact, in 2021, Annals of Emergency Medicine released a pivotal assessment of the future of the emerge...

How to Treat Substance Use Disorder in the Emergency Department

Three Presbyterian Healthcare Services (PHS) hospitals have been awarded gold level Pain and Addiction Care accreditation from the American College of Emergency Physicians.

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