Want to Get Published? Now seeking SAEM Pulse Submissions for GEMA!
Jun 7, 2022
We are now seeking authors to submit ideas for articles on global health/emergency medicine for our GEMA contributions to SAEM Pulse for the coming year! If you are a medical student, resident, or fellow - we would love for you to participate! Please get your trainees/mentees involved as this provides them with an opportunity to flex their writing skills and is an easy publication!
If you're interested in writing an article for Pulse, or would like help developing an idea for an article, please fill out this Google form by July 1, 2022. We are seeking article submissions for the deadlines listed below
SAEM GEMA Pulse Article Submissions 2022-2023
If you are looking for an excellent example/inspiration - check out the articles below, published by GEMA members:
"Rethinking Global Health: Actions for a Decolonized Future of Global Emergency Medicine"
By Monalisa Muchatuta, MD, MS; Sindhya Rajeev, MD, MPH; Shama Patel, MD, MPH; Sanjukta Dutta, MBBS, PGFEM, MEM, MBA; Stephanie C. Garbern, MD, MPH, DTMH; and Catalina González Marqués, MD, MPH on behalf of SAEM's Global Emergency Medicine Academy
The COVID-19 Pandemic Fight on the Ground: Experiences from Nepal
By Ramu Kharel, MD, MPH
Upcoming submission dates are as follows:
Aug 1 for Sept-Oct '22 issue
Oct 1 for Nov-Dec '22 issue
Dec 1 for Jan-Feb '23 issue
Please see the Pulse Writers Guide for help crafting your submission. The main take-aways:
- articles or columns can be between 550-1300 words and will require a 50-word bio and headshot for publication
- you can also file an academy, committee, interest group report (50-100 words)
- you can also share your or colleagues' good news regarding professional milestones (50-75 words).
Please contact Saadiyah Bilal for any questions.