We invite you to join the growing community of those committed to promoting and improving Emergency Medicine in Europe.
As a member of EUSEM you will:
- become closely involved in the development of the specialty of Emergency Medicine in Europe
- receive the European Journal of Emergency Medicine (EJEM) six times a year, substantially discounted from the normal subscription price (from 1 January 2013 the journal will be available online only as part of the membership package; the print version will be available for an additional €25)
- benefit from reduced registration fees at the annual EUSEM congresses
- gain unrestricted access to the EUSEM website
- be eligible to be elected to serve on Sections and Committees
7 Good reasons to become an EUSEM member
1. Discounts on registration fees at EUSEM congresses and other events proposed by EUSEM
2. Free access to videos and webcasts (lectures from the scientific sessions held during EUSEM congresses & meetings)
3. Annual subscription to the European Journal of Emergency Medicine
4. Reduced fees for participation in EUSEM training courses
5. Reduced fees when you apply for EBEEM (European Board Examination of Emergency Medicine)
6. Participation in EUSEM scientific activities, including positions in Sections and Working groups
7. Access to all information about the development of emergency medicine in Europe through our interactive website, newsletter, clinical policies group etc
|Membership Category||Fee Category||Fee (annual)|
|Member in training||€90|
|x||Currency-restricted European countries ¹ Member||€90|
|x||Currency-restricted European countries ¹ Member in training||€54|
|Associate Member **||Associate Member||€175|
|Currency-restricted European countries ¹ Associate Member||€90|
|Associate-International Member ***||Associate-International Member||€175|
|Currency-restricted European countries ¹ Fellow||€135|
* Physicians, including those in training, who work within a structure providing pre-, inter-, and/or in-hospital emergency medical care in Europe (including Israel).
** Physicians and non-physicians who are interested in the practice of Emergency Medicine and who are not eligible for any other category. Associate members do not have voting rights.
*** Physicians practising outside Europe who work within a structure providing pre-, inter-, and/or in-hospital emergency medical care. International members do not have voting rights.
**** For details on eligibility for EUSEM Fellowship, please click here.
¹ Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia (FYR), Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine
Please note that ‘currency-restricted country’ refers to the country in which you are currently working and not to your country of origin.
- Your membership begins on the day of your first payment and ends one year later.
- A reminder to pay your next year’s membership fee will be sent to you well in advance of the end of the current membership year.
Becoming a Fellow of the European Society for Emergency Medicine (FESEM)
In 2010, a new category of membership of the European Society for Emergency Medicine was introduced, namely ‘Fellowship of the European Society for Emergency Medicine’. This new category of ‘Fellowship’ is in keeping with the practice of other medical Colleges and Societies worldwide and is intended to recognise those long standing members of EUSEM who have made substantial contributions of distinction to the Society and to the community of European Emergency Medicine.
Prospective Fellows will be entitled to apply for election after no less than five (5) years of continuous Membership or International Membership (as appropriate). Candidates for Fellowship will be expected to demonstrate their substantial contributions to European emergency medicine (such activities may include national EM development in Europe; development of teaching or research in their country or Europe-wide; significant contributions to European EM work such as curriculum development; or significant and sustained contributions to the European Journal of Emergency Medicine).
All applications for Fellowship will be assessed by the Fellowship Committee. Applicants who are not successful in their application will be permitted to re-apply not less than two years after their previous application.
Fellows will be entitled to use the post nominal letters ‘FESEM’ as a mark of their significant achievements and services to European Emergency Medicine. New Fellows shall receive a Certificate of Fellowship of EUSEM signed by the President and Secretary of EUSEM at the following Annual General Meeting.
Applicants who are successfully elected to the Fellowship will be expected to continue to pay their appropriate annual subscription.
Honorary Fellowship of the European Society for Emergency Medicine (Hon FESEM)
In 2010, a new category of membership of the European Society for Emergency Medicine was introduced, namely ‘Fellowship of the European Society for Emergency Medicine’. In line with this, the current category of ‘Honorary Membership’ will be replaced with the category of ‘Honorary Fellowship of the European Society for Emergency Medicine’ in keeping with the practice of other medical Colleges and Societies worldwide.
Honorary Fellows will not be expected to maintain their annual subscriptions. They will be entitled to use the post nominal letters ‘Hon FESEM’ as a mark of their high achievement and outstanding services to European Emergency Medicine. New Honorary Fellows shall receive a Certificate of Honorary Fellowship of EUSEM signed by the President and Secretary of EUSEM at the following Annual General Meeting.
Honorary Fellows are usually nominated by the Council on recommendation from the Executive Committee and are elected by the membership at an Annual General Meeting of the Society.