How can emergency and critical care physicians deal with information overload? Here is one answer…
Tony Brown, until recently Editor of Emergency Medicine Australasia, gives us his answer to the question ‘Is the Peer Reviewed Journal Dead?’
A new free-to-access journal has been born, Critical Care Horizons led by Editor-in-Chief Rob MacSweeney.
Issue 3 (Vol. 26) of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) for 2014 was published online on 4 June. Editorial overview by Andrew Gosbell & Geoff Hughes
Insights and summary of Issue 5 (Vol. 25) of Emergency Medicine Australasia published from Andrew Gosbell & Tony Brown
A Primer for Clinical Research in emergency is a FREE a five part series in EMA Jounral guest edited by Professor Franz Babl
Issue 4 (Vol. 24) of Emergency Medicine Australasia for 2012 included the following article, which is re-released FREE today, 12 October 2012, in recognition of the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombing
Short editorial snippets from Vol. 24 Issue 5 of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) published online on 9 October 2012.
Short editorial snippets from Vol. 24 Issue 3 of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) published online on 3 August 2012.
Is the Web killing the Impact Factor of Journals?
New Series: Short editorial reviews from Emergency Medicine Australasia which publishes peer-reviewed articles, reports, reviews and opinions
The journal Academic Emergency Medicine now includes PeRLS (peer-reviewed lectures) as publications. Get your video cameras out people!