Based in Brisbane, the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) is a national non-profit organisation funding innovative Australian research leading to robust, evidence-based solutions for Australia’s emergency healthcare system. This is the perfect opportunity for those aligned with EMF’s vision and values to join a progressive Board.
To find solutions that revolutionise emergency healthcare.
For more information about the EMF click here.
The EMF Board has four representational members nominated by ACEM who typically serve from one to three years. Two of the four ACEM representatives must be based in Queensland and two must be a FACEM. Interstate and regional candidates are also encouraged to submit an EOI.
EMF strives for diversity amongst its Board members. Clinicians actively providing care in an emergency department or retrieval service are preferred and may be based in public, private or not-for-profit organisations.
In a new initiative, ACEM is open to supporting one representational Board member from nursing, paramedicine or allied health who has an active clinical role in emergency healthcare (emergency department or retrievals).
Meetings are held in Brisbane every second month and attendance may be in person or via audio-visual links. These Board roles are not remunerated although travel costs may be covered.
The EMF Board Nomination – ACEM approved EOI contains further information about how to apply. Closing 5.00pm AEST Monday 31 August 2020.