ACEP urges increased emergency medicine representation on National Commission on Disasters and Kids The American College of Emergency Doctors today expressed concerns about a new report delivered to the White Home and Congress by the National Commission on Children and Disasters. The business urged the Commission to add more representation from emergency physicians, the combined band of physicians considered the experts in disaster preparedness, and crisis nurses who look after these victims. ‘Emergency physicians and emergency nurses are at leading lines of responding to disasters, and it’s really critical to have them represented upon this commission,’ said Sandra Schneider, MD, FACEP, president of ACEP generic levitra .
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