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Welcome to "Archives of Academic Emergency Medicine (AAEM)"

This journal was published under the title "Emergency" from 2013 to 2018. From the beginning of 2019, the journal is published on this website. Archives of Academic Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open access journal. The journal publishes articles on critical care, disaster and trauma management, environmental diseases, toxicology, pediatric emergencies, emergency medical services, emergency nursing, and other related topics.

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Journal Info

Journal Title

Former Name

Editor-in-Chief

Arch Acad Emerg Med

Emergency

Prof. Iraj Najafi

Chairman/Deputy EIC

Dr. Saeed Safari

Editorial Manager

Dr. Mahmoud Yousefifard

Journal Manager

Language editor

Somaye Saghaei Dehkordi

Mehrnoosh Yazdanbakhsh

Publisher

SBMU Journals

Owner

ED, SBMU

NLM ID

101740147 [Serial]

ISSN Online

Certificate ID

2645-4904

24187

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Member of

PubmedISI | Scopus | etc.

COPE | ICMJ | ICMJE  

 

 

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