Annals of Emergency Medicine
The Annals of Emergency Medicine is the official journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). It is a peer-reviewed medical journal founded in 1968 and published by Elsevier on behalf of the ACEP.
The journal 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, Annals of Emergency Medicine 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 emergency department administration. The journal welcomes submissions from international contributors and researchers of all specialties.
Among the 6,000+ science and medical journals in the Science Citation Index, this journal ranks in the top 11 percent by citation frequency and the top 11 percent by impact factor. It is 1 of 13 journals in the “Emergency Medicine” category of Thomson Scientific.
Annals of Emergency Medicine has the largest circulation at over 28,000 subscribers, several times its nearest competitor. It has even been called one of the 100 most influential scientific journals of the past century.
Image Caption: A cover of the Annals of Emergency Medicine. Credit: Wikipedia