ADIEM 2017 Call for Award Nominations 

The Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (ADIEM) is an organization whose members are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in the EM professional workforce at all levels. We aim to further the culturally competent delivery of emergency medical services and eliminate health care disparities through research, education, and mentorship.

Please consider nominating your colleagues for one of the ADIEM awards described below.   

To nominate someone please send the required documentation to adiemawards@saem.org. All nominees must be a current SAEM and ADIEM member. Self-nominations are welcome and encouraged. The deadline to submit is 4:00 pm CST on Monday, March 13, 2017.

Required Documentation:

  • Nominee’s CV
  • One nomination letter explaining why the candidate merits the award.  The nomination letter may be submitted either by a former or current colleague, mentee, or employer 
  • Self-nominations are welcome and encouraged 

Marcus L. Martin Leadership Award

To be awarded annually to an individual who has made significant and sustained contributions to the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's (SAEM) missions:

  • to promote and attain diversity within emergency medicine residencies and the overall physician workforce and
  • to improve patient care by advancing research and education in emergency medicine.

Visionary Educator Award 

To be presented annually to an individual that has demonstrated an extraordinary impact on the academic success of students or residents from under-represented minority groups.

Outstanding Academician Award

To be presented annually to an individual who by virtue of their scholarship has addressed health disparities in EM and/or promoted cultural competency and diversity in the workplace.

Outstanding Future Academician Award

To be presented annually to an underrepresented minority resident or medical student who has demonstrated a commitment to the principles of inclusion and diversity through his/her work in the fields of education, research or service.