What is the National Ambassador Program?
Creating and maintaining different collaborations is of great importance for ISAEM and we plan to do this by developing an excellent contacts network. The purpose of the National Ambassadors Program is to spread the collaborating arms of ISAEM, and to increase the interest of medical students in Emergency Medicine regionally.
Who is a National Ambassador?
A National Ambassador is a medical student who is already deep involved in the work of a national or local EM interest group in their country. The key tasks of the Ambassadors will be to help evolve our different programs, and to maintain and sustain contact with their respective national and local EM interest groups and organizations.
For more information about the role, please see the following ISAEM National Ambassador Info Sheet
How can I get involved?
We are currently looking for National Ambassadors to expand our program. If you are a medical student who is passionate about Emergency Medicine and wants to learn more, consider applying here.
Check out our former National Ambassadors featured at EPi Journal.