Emergency Medicine News

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Emergency Medicine News 10540725
ISBN/ISSN: 10540725
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Description

A news magazine for the nation's 33,000 emergency physicians, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances and trends within the field. The publication features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, dynamic editorials, and regular columns on legal issues, toxicology, and airway emergencies. Among the most popular features are InFocus by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the specialty, and Second Opinion by Edwin Leap, MD.

The publication also has a twice-monthly enewsletter that publishes more of the breaking news found in the print edition. To see past issues, visit the Archives page on www.EM-News.com. For a free subscription, go to http://www.omeda.com/emn. For more information, visit www.EM-News.com.

Physicians registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com, call (800) 430-5450, or send an email to emn@dmddata.com.

 Emergency Medicine News for the iPad is now available in the iTunes App Store!

About the Editor(s)

  • James R Roberts MD
  • Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Director of the Division of Toxicology of Mercy Health Systems, and Professor of Emergency Medicine and Toxicology at MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine and the Drexel University C

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  • ISSN: 10540725
  • Published: Published Monthly