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Advisory Committee on Export Policy

An interagency body of the U.S. federal government that hears and resolves disputes between cabinet departments on matters of international trade policy. The agencies represented on ACEP include the Arms Control & Disarmament Agency and the Departments of State, Energy, and Defense. The Department of Commerce presides over ACEP.
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"Our emergency departments are kind of a microcosm of all the challenges that we face today in society: gang violence, gun violence, domestic violence, and psychiatric illnesses [for which] we have a shortage of beds," said Leigh Vinocur, MD, FACEP, former chair of ACEP's Emergency Department Violence Committee.
The ACEP was striving for making the organization more public friendly, effective and trustworthy so that the corruption could be controlled and curtailed.
"Alaska seems to be emerging as a technology leader relating to hybrid energy," ACEP Director Gwen Holdmann says.
ACEP also honored Kathleen Cowling, DO, MS, FACEP, of Saginaw, Michigan, with the John A.
ACEP owns and operates four resort properties in Nevada, including the Aquarius Casino Resort, Arizona Charlie's Boulder, Arizona Charlie's Decatur and Stratosphere.
However, since its enactment in 1986, the law has remained an unfunded mandate (ACEP, 2015).
ACEP incorporates decades of scientific research conducted within the sport and performance psychology fields and employs specialists to coach, teach, and mentor units and leaders on how to improve mental toughness into their already existing training plans.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACEP is preparing the prequalification process and negotiated tender for the design, construction, development and operation of a container port in the area of West Corozal, reports Prensa.com (Nov.
According to a recent online poll of emergency physicians conducted by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), ER visits are up, not down, adding to the woes of already strained emergency departments across the country.
Several existing programs that retire or preserve wetlands and agricultural land have been combined in a new omnibus category called the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP), based on their use of long-term easements as a conservation tool.
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP 2009:1) describes the condition as a subcategory of delirium "described retrospectively in the medical examiner literature" which, over time "has made its way into the emergency medicine, psychiatric, law enforcement, prehospital, and medico-legal literature." According to the Report of the ACEP Task Force on Excited Delirium, patients suspected of having the syndrome present with a confluence of symptoms, including: