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In 1990 the UK's Casualty Surgeons Association changed its name to the British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine, and subsequently became the British Association for Emergency Medicine (BAEM) in 2004. In 1993, an intercollegiate Faculty of Accident and Emergency Medicine (FAEM) was formed as a "daughter college" of six medical royal colleges in England and Scotland to arrange professional examinations and training.
Smith, SG; R Touquet; S Wright; N Das Gupta (Sep 1996). "Detection of alcohol misusing patients in accident and emergency departments: the Paddington alcohol test (PAT)" (abstract page). Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine (British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine) 13 (5): 308–312. doi:10. 1136/emj. 13. 5. 308.