The idea and concept of the Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine (MJEM) were born as one way to raise the interest of the health sector in emergency medicine to become a platform for disseminating international scientific findings, information and research about emergency medicine and for discussing issues that have policy implications in the region.
The journal seeks the contribution of professional medical and health practitioners as well as health policy actors and decision makers so as to reflect the development of the emergency field worldwide. It covers topics from prevention and care to the organization, governance, policy and politics of emergency medicine and health.
The journal also seeks to be a significant reference for medical students and registered nurses and a resource for healthcare professionals continuing education. The journal accepts submitted articles in English and French, to ensure it caters to the diverse professional community. At the time being, it is being published on an annual basis with articles featuring as "online first publications".
Besides its educational, advocacy and communication roles, MJEM can be a good source of publicity for major health and medical service providers, medical and health suppliers as well as institutions and companies that have an interest in promoting their products among a professional community and a budding student clientele.
The journal reaches in its distribution the relevant international organizations such as the WHO, professional and scientific societies such as IFEC, ACEP, EuSEM, ACEM, PanArab TEMS, etc. Moreover, it currently has identified few regional and international partners