NAEMSP/Stryker EMS Medicine Medical Director Fellowship
Application Deadline: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
The purpose of this fellowship to train individuals for a career as a clinically focused EMS medical director who is board-certified in EMS medicine, to expand the commitment of academic institutions to EMS medicine as a subspecialty and to graduate a fellow with a passion for EMS leadership on a national level.
Award begins: July 1, 2023
Duration: 12 months
It is expected that the applicant will meet all qualifications for American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) EMS subspecialty certification upon completion of the fellowship.
- Diplomate in good standing of any American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) member board or be a graduate of an ACGME accredited residency and eligible to take an ABMS member board-certifying examination at the anticipated commencement of fellowship.
- The physician must be in compliance with the ABEM Policy on Medical Licensure. Licenses must be valid, full, unrestricted and unqualified, except for current residents of ACGME accredited programs who may possess an educational or temporary license.
- Member in good standing of NAEMSP® at time of application and throughout fellowship.
- Intended enrollment in an ACGME approved EMS Medicine Fellowship Program.
- Three letters of recommendation are required:
- One from the Resident Training Program Director or equivalent
- Two additional letters that address your qualifications as a potential EMS fellow and your potential for leadership as an EMS subspecialist
Learn more about the NAEMSP/Stryker EMS Medicine Medical Director Fellowship.
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NAEMSP/AMR Foundation Annual Meeting Scholarship
Application Deadline: Friday, November 25, 2022
NAEMSP and AMR are again pleased to offer a scholarship providing the opportunity to attend the NAEMSP 2023 Annual Meeting in January!
- Up to $2,000 in expenses related to attending the NAEMSP annual meeting
Who can apply?
Any non-physician, non-student EMS professional who is interested in becoming (or currently is) a professional member of NAEMSP® and would be a first-time attendee of the NAEMSP Annual Meeting January 23-28, 2023, in Tampa, Florida.
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NAEMSP/AMR Foundation Research Grants
The application period is closed for the NAEMSP/AMR Foundation for Research and Education EMS Fellowship Research Grant.
NAEMSP and the AMR Foundation for Research and Education team up to offer up to two $5,000 research grants. The eligible applicant (principal investigator) must:
- be a fellow in an ACGME accredited EMS Fellowship during the 2021-2022 academic year;
- be an NAEMSP member, and
- make all arrangements for conduct of the proposed research projects and assume responsibility for conducting the research projects and supervising the work of all associate investigators.
Emergency Medical Services
Fellowship Research Grant
The application period for the 2022 NAEMSP/GMR Foundation EMS Fellowship Research Grant has closed.
Amount: One-time grant funding of up to $20,000 in direct costs
Number of Grants Awarded Per Academic Year: One
This funding opportunity is designed to support research performed by an EMS Fellow paired with an EMS Faculty Mentor.
- EMS Fellows must be enrolled in an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited EMS fellowship during the 2022-2023 academic year.
- EMS Fellows and EMS Faculty Members must be current NAEMSP® members at the time of application and maintain membership throughout grant cycle.
- Letter of Intent signed by the EMS Fellow and Faculty Mentor (up to one page)
- NIH style biosketch of EMS Fellow
- NIH style biosketch of EMS Faculty Mentor
- Specific Aims Page (up to one page)
- Research Plan (up to five pages)—must address the following:
- Ethics/Human Subjects
- Detailed budget and budget justification
Candidates must agree to the following term of the grant:
- Must cite the grant as support if the research is published.
- Must provide a final copy of the manuscript—or, if not published, a final report of the research in the format of a research article—to GMR Foundation.
- Must provide IRB approval letter or exemption from IRB before the funds are released.
- Must submit abstract to 2023 or 2024 NAEMSP® Annual Meeting.
- The Faculty Mentor will be considered the awardee for purposes of contracting.
- This grant does not cover indirect costs.
Applications are evaluated by a subcommittee of the NAEMSP® Research Committee.
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