Between medical school duties, studying for Step exams, and maybe a little self-care, it’s difficult to find time to network and get to know a specialty! The AAEM Scientific Assembly is the perfect way to incorporate networking, mentorship, and a deep-dive into emergency medicine and we want YOU to play an integral role!
Join us in Phoenix, AZ for the 26th Annual Scientific Assembly, April 19-23, 2020 and discover all that emergency medicine has to offer as a Medical Student Ambassador. Ambassadors are key players during the conference, acting as “knowledge-hubs” and collectors of invaluable evaluation feedback from attendees.
Additional benefits of being an AAEM Student Ambassador
What to Expect as a Student Ambassador
Deadline to apply: February 17, 2020 or until spots fill up.
When do I need to be present at the conference?
If you are selected as an ambassador, please plan to be at the conference by the evening of April19th through the final day of the conference on April 23rd. Orientation with your AAEM board liaison is typically early the first day of the conference. Don’t worry, we know your schedules are busy so there is some flexibility.
Do I need to pay the fee to register for the assembly or is there another price for me as student ambassador?
No need to pay the refundable fee and register. If you’re selected as an ambassador, you’ll be registered by staff.
Is it mandatory to stay at the conference hotel, or can we stay with family and friends or at other cheaper places?
It’s not mandatory to stay at the conference hotel. Feel free to make accommodations where you feel is best. However, the ambassadors typically meet with their board liaison first thing in the mornings during the conference (about 7:00am), so keep this in mind for travel time from wherever you’re staying.
Can I attend pre-conference courses?
You can attend pre-conference courses, but ambassadors aren't assigned to work those sessions. If you want to attend, you'll have to register and pay for them separately.
Can I choose my mentor?
Mentor and mentee matches are made as much as possible based on educational interests and geographic preference. While we do our best to match your needs, mentors are volunteer positions so matches are based on availability.
Are any of my travel costs covered?
The AAEM/RSA board provides a small reimbursement for ambassadors’ miscellaneous expenses, but the student ambassador position is at your own expense. You are welcome to plan your travels with other ambassadors, friends, or colleagues to reduce expenses.
Ready to apply? Hurry! This is a popular opportunity and limited spots are available. We hope to see you in Phoenix!
Contact Darcy Welsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 884-2236.