Follow the links below for further ACEM publications in the Members Section:
Training and Examination Handbook
The full text is available on-line click here.
Hospital Data & Accreditation Survey 2012 - Part 1
Click here for report findings
Workforce and Training Activities Report
The 2011 Specialist Emergency Medicine Workforce and Training Report is available here
Emergency Medicine Australasia
The official publication of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and the Australasian Society for Emergency Medicine (ASEM).
· The only peer-reviewed journal in the specialty of emergency medicine in Australasia.
· Featuring original contributions, review articles and news in emergency medicine.
Emergency Medicine Australasia, ISSN 1441-0737, is published bi-monthly by Blackwell Publishing.
For subscription information contact Blackwell Science Asia on:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ph: +61 3 8359 1011.
Web: Emergency Medicine Australasia
Fellows and Trainees of ACEM receive Emergency Medicine as part of their annual subscription.
Synergy Home Page
On-line Manuscript Submission
EMA Section Editor Vacancies
The Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA) Journal Editorial Executive is currently seeking experessions of interest for the position of Section Editor for:
- From Other Journals (FOJ)
- Medicolegal Matters
Applications should include a covering letter outlining your interest, as well as a brief resume supporting your expertise.
Expression of interest can be submitted to email@example.com by Friday 7 December 2012.
Please refer to the following documents for more information:
EMA Survey Report and Strategic Planning
As the leading journal in the speciality of emergency medicine in the Asian Pacific region, Emergency Medicine Australasia is committed to improving the availability and dissemination of scientific, education and clinically relevant information to the emergency medicine community. To better meet use-needs, readers, authors, section editors and editorial board members were surveyed during 2012. These surveys informed recent strageic planning for the Journal. Survey reports are available here:
International Emergency Medicine Special Interest Group
Guidelines for the Management
of Deliberate Self Harm in Young People
To download a copy of the above booklet click here.
Surge Management Card
The Surge Management Card was developed by the Disaster Subcommittee and presented at ACEM 2011 ASM.
To download a copy of the Surge Management Card as a PDF click here.
To download an editable version of the Surge Strategy Diagrams as a PowerPoint click here.