Emergency Medicine News welcomes submissions from emergency physicians. Articles may be on any topic about emergency medicine, and must be original and not have appeared elsewhere. Timely, relevant pieces receive preference. Full references are required.
Writing should be concise and lively, following the style of the American Medical Association. Limit use of abbreviations except for widely accepted terms. Articles should be approximately 800 words long, and EMN encourages the submission of tables and digital photographs (must be 300 dpi). Photographs and brief biographies of the author/s are also required.
When submitting an article, include the author’s name, titles and affiliations, email address, and phone number. Please send your query or article to email@example.com.
Letters to the Editor
Emergency Medicine News accepts letters to the editor about any subject related to emergency medicine. Please limit your letter to about 250 words, and include your full name, credentials, and city and
state of residence or practice.
Letters may be edited for content, length, and grammar. Submission of a letter constitutes the author’s permission to publish on all media, including print, online, and social media, but does not guarantee pub-
lication. Letters express the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Emergency Medicine News and Wolters Kluwer.
Letters to the editor may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.