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PLEASE NOTE: Beginning in January 2021, Volume 23, CJEM will be published by Springer Nature. Any submitted manuscripts currently under review in CUP’s ScholarOne system will be brought to final decision in ScholarOne. Authors will continue to be able to access their current submissions in ScholarOne, please log-in here.

New submissions to the journal must be submitted to the Editorial Manager site. Please refer to CJEM’s homepage with Springer Nature for journal information and instructions for authors.

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  • No longer published by Cambridge University Press
  • ISSN: 1481-8035 (Print), 1481-8043 (Online)
  • Editor: Ian G Stiell, MD MSc
  • Editorial board
CJEM is Canada’s only academic journal in emergency medicine and the official publication of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. CJEM publishes articles of interest to emergency care providers in rural, urban or academic settings that reflect the growing interest in emergency medicine, both as a medical discipline and an expanding field for research. Original research, review articles, updates, editorials, case reports and diagnostic challenges, plus position statements from the national association are widely read.

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