Aims and scope
The primary topics of interest in Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine (SJTREM) are the pre-hospital and early in-hospital diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of emergency medicine, trauma, and resuscitation. Contributions focusing on dispatch, major incidents, etiology, pathophysiology, rehabilitation, epidemiology, prevention, education, training, implementation, work environment, as well as ethical and socio-economic aspects may also be assessed for publication.
SJTREM is the official journal of the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation and is affiliated with 9 more societies involved in trauma, resuscitation, and emergency medicine in Scandinavia.
- Swedish Society for Emergency Medicine
- Danish Society for Emergency Medicine
- Norwegian Resuscitation Council
- Danish Resuscitation Council
- Swedish Society for Disaster Medicine
- Norwegian Society for Disaster Medicine
- Swedish Society of Trauma Nurses
- SATS Students' Anaestesiological & Traumatological Society
- Danish Society of Emergency and Disaster Medicine
Major Incident Reporting provides an open access template that focuses on reporting medical management in the pre-hospital phase of major incident responses. The webpage will disseminate knowledge from major incidents with the overall goal to improve future medical response to major incidents.
The editors wish to acknowledge, with sincere appreciation, the assistance of the many reviewers who have generously contributed their time and efforts during the past year in the appraisal of manuscripts submitted to the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine.
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SJTREM is the official publication of the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation
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