Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports
Scope of Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports
Several sub-fields of medicine will undoubtedly have a profound impact on human health thus the scope of emergency medicine includes but not limited to-
- Multi-Drug Resistance
- Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine
- Cardiac Emergencies
- Clostridium difficile Infection
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases
- Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
- Pain Management
- Cerebrovascular Disease
- Stroke/Cerebrovascular Disease
- Wound Management
- Zika Virus
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Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports
Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports is a periodical journal that contains articles written by experts in this particular field of study. It is an open access journal with all articles immediately available to read and reuse upon publication. More information about our Open Access policy can be found on our https://snipub.com/open-access/.
Emergency care is the most important tool for addressing medical emergencies that present sudden or unexpected threats to a person’s life or long-term health. It is extremely important to attend to these patients immediately. The term emergency care system includes supportive and delivery structures such as medications, equipment, practice organization required for the adequate and efficient provision of curative services to the patients. As emergency care has become a priority globally, it becomes increasingly important to think of acute and emergency care from a systems approach. This system approach includes a set of inputs into the system and further affects the outcomes including improved health, responsiveness to the served population, efficiency, and financial protection. One of the most important parts of primary care is emergency management. Initial recognition of a medical emergency and subsequent management will be helpful to save the patient’s life and avoid irreversible outcomes. General practitioners (GPs) are the initial health care providers who can encounter any type of emergency. Emergency medical service (EMS) personnel or GPs often are the first to recognize the nature of a disaster and are responsible to evaluate the situation immediately and determine the need for resources, including medical resources. For a well-functioned emergency care system, it must have a dedicated workforce of specialized, credentialed GPs who are continuously being trained to excel at their professions. Emergency services require the sum of all efforts including paramedical staff, GPs to deliver effective health action in response to extreme risk under intense time pressure. The field of telehealth and mobile medicine has been advancing rapidly as a result of technology development enhancing the provision of acute care in hospitals and communities. Telehealth has come up as an option for providing acute care to elderly persons residing in senior living communities. In contrast, mobile medicine uses field-appropriate, low-fidelity systems that bring high-quality medical care to individuals in a vast array of settings.
Aim and Scope
Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports publishes top notch articles related to prehospital care, disaster preparedness and response, acute medical and paediatric emergencies, critical care, sports medicine, wound care, and toxicology. This journal maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.
This journal serves as an effective platform for the promotion of scientific exchange between emergency physicians and academicians. The objective of the journal is to be the voice of the worldwide scientific research communities by promoting the international exchange of new knowledge and by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers on the most current topics of interest. The Journal is one of the best platforms for the publishing of advanced research and practice and aims to serve the scientific community by attracting and soliciting high-quality original research papers featuring the most advanced topics on current research and developments in the emergency medicine field.
Frequency of publication
The Journal of Current Emergency Medicine Reports is bi-annual journal that incorporates top-notch articles of the highest quality and significance thus serving as an effective platform for the promotion of scientific exchange between emergency physicians and academicians. This journal seeks papers covering all areas of emergency medicine, trauma, and surgical care. The journal welcomes submissions from international contributors and researchers of all specialties featuring original contributions of interest to both the academic and practicing emergency physician.
Language : English
Starting Year : 2021
Frequency : Bi-Annual
ISSN (Online) : To be Assigned
Format of publication : Online
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Publisher Details : SNI Publication, N-127, Pallavpuram, Phase-II, Meerut, UP, India Postal code: 250110
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|Acceptance Rate (%): 30%||Article Processing Charges (APC): 300 USD|
|Process Time: 35 Days||Publication Time: 45 Days|
Acceptance Rate (%): 30%
Article Processing Charges (APC): 300 USD
Process Time: 35 Days
Publication Time: 45 Days