National Journal of Emergency Medicine SEMI (NJEM), an official journal of the Society for Emergency Medicine India (SEMI), is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to improving the quality of care by publishing the highest quality science for emergency medicine and related medical specialties.
NJEM publishes original research, clinical reports, opinion, and educational information related to the practice, teaching, and research of emergency medicine.
In addition to general emergency medicine topics, the journal regularly publishes articles on out-of-hospital emergency medical services, pediatric emergency medicine, injury and disease prevention, health policy and ethics, disaster management, toxicology, and related topics.
The journal welcomes submissions from international contributors and researchers of all specialties.
National Journal of Emergency Medicine SEMI, and Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd is the publisher.
The Society for Emergency Medicine India (SEMI) is the first and only organization representing trained/qualified emergency physicians & paramedics in India. SEMI was formed in the year 1999, with its registration number 3602/2000, and has its head office at Hyderabad.
SEMI is a full member of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine (IFEM) and is the only organization representing India on the global map of emergency care.
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Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd is committed to supporting health, medical, and dental research communities across continents. Jaypee Journals, a division of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers is one of the largest medical publishers in the world and provides high-quality open-access journals that are trustworthy, authoritative, and accessible to researchers. We provide high-quality support at all stages of the publishing cycle so that we can help researchers publish their work. We are the partners of success for researchers through global standard publishing as well as open access.
We are the partners of success for researchers through global standard publishing as well as open access.
National Journal of Emergency Medicine SEMI is a Triannual publication.
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