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  • Academic Emergency Medicine

    Feb 16, 2021

    Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM), is the official flagship journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM).Each month AEM features the best in peer-reviewed, cutting-edge original research relevant to the practice and investigation of emergency care and with the potential to elevate the human condition during times of emergency. Subject matter is diverse, including clinical trials, observational cohort studies, other human subject studies, innovative diagnostics and therapeutics, concept papers, clinical controversies, economic or policy research, health services research, laboratory science, basic science studies, and more.

  • AEM Education and Training

    Feb 16, 2021

    Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing information relevant to education and training in emergency medicine, including (but not limited to): Original Contributions Brief Contributions New Ideas in B-E-D-side Teaching (educational case reports) Education Case Conference Commentary and Perspectives Book Media Review Canvas/Transitions (personal narrative, creative writing, art, photographs, etc.) AEM E&T provides a venue for publishing the excellent work emergency medicine educators are doing and gives them an opportunity to share their expertise around the world. The journal adds to the growing body of knowledge that enables the education and training of individuals across the continuum, from medical students, residents, advanced practice providers, and fellows to faculty—all with the goal of advancing the care of patients.

  • SAEM Pulse

    Feb 16, 2021

    Published digitally, six times a year, SAEM Pulse is the official membership publication and “voice” of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. SAEM Pulse connects you with the academic emergency medicine community and keeps SAEM members up to date on society news and information and on the trends, issues, and best practices that affect academic emergency medicine.