Our committees are essential to carrying out the mission and vision of RSA. Committee members are directly involved in projects: identifying new opportunities, guiding projects, getting hands-on, offering expertise, and making connections with fellow residents and students in the process.
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Committee members staff three sub-committees, focusing on patient advocacy, resident advocacy and political advocacy both at the state and national levels. Your activities include developing policy statements, outreaching to AAEM/RSA members about critical issues in emergency medicine, and collaborating with the AAEM Government Affairs Committee.
Committee members will work with the AAEM Diversity and Inclusion Committee, outreach to underserved medical schools, and create resources for minority residents and students in emergency medicine. The Diversity & Inclusion Committee also includes the International Subcommittee.
The International Subcommittee will have the opportunity to contribute to international medicine projects and resource development that are helpful and beneficial to students and residents.
Committee members plan and organize the resident educational track at the AAEM Scientific Assembly, which will be held April 19-23, 2020 in Phoenix, AZ. You will also assist with the medical student symposia that occur around the country.
The Publications & Social Media Committee will concentrate efforts from the previous Communications and Publications committees. Members will contribute to the development and content of RSA's four primary media outlets: the RSA Blog Modern Resident, the AAEM/RSA website, Facebook and Twitter. The committee also oversees development and revisions of AAEM/RSA's multiple publications including clinical handbooks and board review materials. You will have numerous opportunities to edit, publish, and act as peer-reviewers, as well as work from the ground-up in developing AAEM/RSA's expansion to electronic publications.
Committee members will focus on resident and student wellness initiatives including taking on new initiatives like creating a wellness curriculum and identifying the unwell resident and/or student. Committee members will act as liaisons to the AAEM Wellness Committee in helping to plan activities for the annual Scientific Assembly that enhance their vision of making Scientific Assembly a rejuvenating wellness experience for EM physicians, residents, and students.
Members will serve a committee until their graduation with the expectation that their membership in RSA remains current. If you are a current RSA committee member, but would like to switch to a different committee, please email email@example.com.
If you would like to contact the board liaison to a committee for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.