Aims & Scope

The Saudi Journal of Emergency Medicine is an international, peer-reviewed publication featuring original contributions of interest to both the academic and practicing emergency physician. The journal would include research papers and clinical studies as well as articles focusing on the training of emergency physicians and on the practice of emergency medicine. The scope of the journal includes following categories and subspecialties:

 

• Original Contributions (Pediatric, Adult, OB/GYN: Toxicology, Prehospital Care, The Difficult Airway, Aeromedical Emergencies, Disaster Medicine, Cardiology Commentary, Emergency Radiology, Critical Care, Wound Care)

• Techniques and Procedures

• Pick a Clue in Emergency Medicine

• Health Policy and Clinical Practice Guidelines

• Case Reports

• Visual Diagnosis in Emergency Medicine

• Editorial(s)

• Letters to the Editor

• Trauma Reports

• Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine

Prof. Peter Cameron, MD | EB Medicine

Professor in Emergency Medicine at Monash University, Australia

Prof. Jesse Pines

Professor in Emergency Medicine at Geroge Washington University, USA

Prof. Lisa Moreno Walton

President Elect of American Academy of Emergency Medicine of Louisiana State University, USA

A.Prof. Ziad Kazzi

Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine at Emory University, USA

Dr. Terrence Mulligan

Clinical Professor in Emergency Medicine of University of Maryland, USA / Director of International Emergency Medicine Program

Dr. Nadeem Qureshi, MD - SLUCare

Professor in Emergency Medicine at Shool of Medicine. St. Louis University, Missouri, USA

Editor in Chief

Dr. Asaad Suliman Shujaa, MD, FRCPC, FAAEM

Consultant of Emergency Medicine, ICU, Trauma, EMS and Disaster Medicine
Lead of Research at JHAH
Johns Hopkins Aramco Health Care Centre, KSA
Assistant Professor at Weill Corneal Medical College, USA
General Secretary of Gulf Federation of Emergency Medicine (GFEM)


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