Emergency Medicine Journal

Emergency Medicine Journal

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Emergency Medicine Journal (EMJ) is a leading international journal of developments and advances in emergency medicine and acute care. It has relevance to all specialties involved in the management of emergencies in the hospital and prehospital environment. 

Content includes original research, evidence-based reviews, and commentaries on topics ranging from resuscitation, trauma and disaster preparedness, to response, toxicology and pediatric emergencies. 

EMJ is co-owned by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and BMJ. EMJ is written for doctors, nurses, paramedics and ambulance staff.

 

Content highlights

EMJ is committed to the publication of high quality research, educational material, and perspective that will be of interest to a broad audience of emergency practitioners, including physicians, nurses and paramedics, within different settings and in different countries.

Content includes:

  • Original, cutting edge research in clinical care, education, and health services
  • Educational material on practice and teaching that is evidence-based
  • A forum for discussion and controversy
  • EMJ Podcast: Insightful and interesting
  • Rapid responses, “The view from here”, image challenges, quality improvement reports, and more


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