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It’s official: Emergency Medicine Practice
has been accepted for indexing on PubMed
Your continued support made this achievement possible!
Dear Readers & Colleagues,
I'm extremely pleased to tell you that Emergency Medicine Practice has been accepted by the National Library of Medicine for MEDLINE® indexing. This means that all 2011 and future issues of Emergency Medicine Practice will be indexed on PubMed. This is an important breakthrough for our publication, as I am unaware of any other publication of our type (ie, a single-topic monthly review) that has achieved this recognition.
All of our readers have played an instrumental role in ensuring the publication's high quality, and I'd like to personally thank you for your commitment to Emergency Medicine Practice.
PubMed indexing of Emergency Medicine Practice issue abstracts will give our authors much-deserved visibility and recognition and will help us to continue to attract contributors who are not only renowned and respected in their fields, but possess the particular gifts to produce top-quality manuscripts. Emergency Medicine Practice’s inclusion in PubMed translates to being able to provide you with even higher quality evidence-based articles than ever before.
Click here to view Emergency Medicine Practice on PubMed.
Because of the process involved, this has taken years to achieve, and we couldn’t have succeeded without your support. Thanks and congratulations to all!
Andy Jagoda, MD, FACEP
Editor-in-Chief, Emergency Medicine Practice