The GMC worked with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and the British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine to formulate the guidelines.
What does BAEM stand for?
BAEM stands for British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine (now British Association for Emergency Medicine)
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See other definitions of BAEM
- Beaumont Area Educators Federal Credit Union (Texas)
- British Airways Employees Federal Credit Union (Jamaica, NY)
- Besluit Aanleg Energie Infrastructuur (Dutch: Construction Energy Infrastructure Decision)
- British Archaeological Expedition to Kuwait (Unversity College London; England, UK)
- Béton Armé aux Etats Limites (French: State Reinforced Concrete Limit; construction regulation)
- Burned Area Emergency Response Leader (various organizations)
- Brainerd Area Environmental Learning Network (Minnesota)
- Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (University of Minnesota)
- Bachelor of Applied Environmental Management (degree)
- Bay Area Engine Modelers
- British Association for Emergency Medicine (London, UK)
- British Association of European Mountain Leaders (UK)
- Bioressources Aquatiques en Environnement Méditerranéen et Tropical (French: Aquatic Bioresources in Mediterranean and Tropical Environment)
- British Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
- Bay Area Equestrian Network (California)
- Biological and Agricultural Engineering (various universities)
- Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
- Black Alliance for Educational Options
- Banc of America Equity Partners
- Bandelier Archaeological Excavation Project
Samples in periodicals archive:
The GMC worked with the Association of Chief Police Officers and the British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine on the guidance.
The British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine has called for an environment "in which doctors can practice effectively without compromising their health".