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Department of

Emergency Medicine

EMPOWER Emergency Medicine Program Of Women in Leadership

WHAT IS EMPOWER?

In 2018, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine welcomed the most women in the school’s 199-year history. That same year, the Department of Emergency Medicine created the UC Emergency Medicine Program Of Women in Leadership (UC EMPOWER) to aggressively promote the advancement of women in emergency medicine and produce leaders in the field. With relentless intention, conscious inclusion and cultural vigilance, UC EMPOWER is determined to succeed and affect change. The difference we make today will forever affect our department culture and the future of emergency medicine.

The University of Cincinnati established the first emergency medicine residency in the country, and through UC EMPOWER, we can continue to lead the way. When you know what is right—you must act on it. Join the UC Department of Emergency Medicine to empower female residents and faculty!

To learn more about giving to UC EMPOWER, contact:
David Irwin at David.Irwin@uc.edu 

Or make your gift online at foundation.uc.edu/empower.


Emergency Medicine Featured Fund:

Mel Otten Emergency Medicine FundThe Edward J. Otten, MD Chair for Education in Emergency Medicine
Establishment of the Edward J. Otten, MD Chair for Education in Emergency Medicine will help provide yearly financial support for the Department of Emergency Medicine. It is fitting that this Chair bear the name of Dr. Otten who has championed efforts for many years within the Department of Emergency Medicine. He is deeply committed and has had an enormous impact on the health and well-being of our community. The endowment level to fund this Chair was reached in 2016. Your donations, past and future, will support the delivery of healthcare in our community through this fund in honor of Dr. Otten.



How to Give

The physicians and researchers in the UC Department of Emergency Medicine are committed to the highest standards of patient care, research and education.

We invite you to help advance this mission by making a tax-deductible contribution. Donations are an important source of funding for our education and research missions. Your support in any amount is greatly appreciated. 

If you have any questions, please contact Gabriel A. Trieger, Associate Director of Development, at 513-584-1350 or triegega@uc.edu.

 

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