The TCEP Leadership and Advocacy Fellowship was developed to groom future emergency physician leaders. The fellowship combines elements of mentoring, organizational education and advocacy skills training in addition to guided experiences to selected fellows.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Fellows are appointed as ex-officio members of the TCEP Board of Directors and will receive all information and opportunity for participation in the business of the College.
- Fellows are appointed as ACEP Alternate Councilors, representing TCEP at ACEP Council meetings while participating in the resolution process for the College.
- Fellows are expected to seek appointment and participate on TCEP and ACEP Committees.
- Fellows are required to contribute articles for publication in the TCEP Emphasis.
- Fellows will identify and complete a project of interest.
- Attendance is strongly encouraged for all seven meetings outlined below in which Fellows will serve as TCEP Ambassadors. In addition, Fellows are highly encouraged to participate in at least one TCEP Residency Visit and one Medical Student Leadership Meeting per academic year.
- The TCEP Leadership and Advocacy Fellowship program will serve as the foundation for ACEP Fellowship (FACEP) designation.
- Eligible candidates for the TCEP Fellowship include EM residency graduates and EM residents in their final year of training.
TLAF has been a great program and learning opportunity for a generation of Emergency Physicians in Texas. Download Brochure and Application to find out more.