WADEM created affiliate memberships for institutions and organizations that share an abiding interest and mission in advancing disaster and emergency health to their membership, faculty, staff, etc. WADEM created this “affiliation” option to membership to help foster international collaboration and research with like-minded institutions and organizations.
The American Academy of Disaster Medicine (AADM) exists to educate healthcare professionals and allied disciplines (e.g., anthropologists, urban planners, chaplains) in disaster and global health preparedness and response. AADM works with multiple organizations to define disaster medicine as a discrete, interdisciplinary specialty and to develop foundations of knowledge, core capabilities, and professional standards – creating a Disaster Medicine Learning Community that promotes community health resilience. Disaster medicine certification reinforces to international, federal, state, and local officials that disaster certified professionals are qualified to contribute to relief and recovery during times of a crisis.
The ABC Medical Center is a Private Assistance Institution (I.A.P.) dedicated to taking care of the health and safety of its patients through the best practices.
The ABC Medical Center has multidisciplinary teams of internationally recognized doctors and the most advanced technology in the various specialties and subspecialties, which has made it the only health center in Mexico to have the re-accreditations obtained by its two Campus, Observatory and Santa Fe, by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and the General Health Council (CSG), in addition to the National and Ibero-American Quality Award, which endorse their status as a health institution attached to the highest world quality and safety standards.
In addition, as a Private Assistance Institution (I.A.P.), the ABC Medical Center allocates financial resources and human talent every year to health programs that benefit thousands of economically vulnerable people; to the training of medical specialists; and to research, to improve the quality of life of the community it serves.
The Emergency Service is dedicated to the care of critical patients and the training of specialists in Emergency Medicine. It is a pioneer in the creation of emergency protocols in situations of Emergency and Disasters. Committed to this knowledge, ABC Medical Center seeks to relate with national and international entities that allow advance in research and innovative education.
The American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP) exists to support quality emergency medical care, promote interests of osteopathic emergency physicians, support development and implementation of osteopathic emergency medical education, and advance the philosophy and practice of osteopathic medicine through a system of quality and cost effective healthcare in a distinct, unified profession.
The BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine, an affiliated fellowship of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative at Harvard University, is designed to provide qualified fellows the opportunity to develop an expertise in the related fields of Disaster Medicine (DM) and Emergency Management (EM). Through extensive domestic and global rotations, fellows experience the practice of these disciplines in real-life, in addition to learning them in the classroom. With related offerings in Crisis Leadership, Counter-Terrorism Medicine, International EMS Disaster Operations, and Disaster Nursing, the BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine provides a comprehensive educational experience.
The CBRNE Collaborative is community of experts who collectively aim to better educate and inform CBRNE training for individuals involved in HPC sectors and roles. CBRNE Collaborative works with Canadian and international partners to build emergency and disaster response networks, and medical and communications training.
A division within the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Emergency Medicine, the Center for Disaster Medicine (CDM) oversees all preparedness and emergency management efforts at MGH. The mission of the MGH CDM is to improve health system emergency preparedness, response and recovery through comprehensive programs that successfully prepare for, mitigate against, respond to, and recover from disaster events.
Event Health is a new industry body supporting providers of health services in out-of-hospital environments including special events, mass gatherings, and other similar situations.
Event Health is part of Medical Response Australia, which is a registered Not-for-Profit, supporting emergency medical care across Australia.
The mission of the Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness (ICDP) is to promote collaborative disaster readiness and support community resiliency and to be a Center of Excellence for integrated community-based disaster readiness and resiliency through collaborative education, training, research.
Global Disaster Response's mission is to provide a professional response to those affected by disasters and emergencies. Global Disaster Response is part of the Center for Global Health at Massachusetts General Hospital (USA).
The National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH) serves as the United States' academic center of excellence for education, training, and educational research in disaster medicine and public health preparedness.
The Master of Science in Disaster Medicine and Management at Philadelphia University is a comprehensive online graduate degree program encompassing all facets of disaster management.
The Sunnybrook Centre for Prehospital Medicine is an organization committed to excellence in the delivery of specialty medicine that occurs before patients arrive in Ontario hospitals. Sunnybrook is affiliated with the Trauma, Emergency, and Critical Care Program at its parent organization, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, an academic health sciences centre that is affiliated with the University of Toronto.