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SAEM JOURNALS Academic Emergency Medicine AEM Outstanding Peer Reviewers for 2017

Peer reviewers are essential to presenting the high-quality, original research, and academic contributions that fill the pages of Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) each month. We extend sincere appreciation to these exceptional reviewers for their dedicated, conscientious, and exceptional service to AEM in 2017 by contributing timely, rigorous, and thoughtful peer reviews: • Francesca Beaudoin, MD • M. Fernanda Bellolio, MD • Richard Body, PhD • Ethan Brandler, MD

According to Mark B. Mycyk, MD, director of the Resident Member of the Editorial Board Program: “The specialty of emergency medicine is fortunate to have so many talented residents-in-training who want to be more involved in journals. We had a large number of ultra-qualified applicants this year, and narrowing the pool of finalists was again difficult for us. Lauren and Daniel are excellent scholars with curiosity and energy to advance the dissemination of research. We look forward to having them serve as editors on our board this year.” For more information about the AEM Resident Editor Program, visit the website or contact Mark B. Mycyk, MD, director of the Resident Member of the Editorial Board Program, at mycyk.md@gmail.com or mmycyk@cookcountyhhs.org.

• Brian Driver, MD • Jeffrey Hom, MD • Jason Hoppe, DO • Lois Lee, MD

In other Editorial Board developments,

• Simon Mahler, MD

AEM Editor-in-Chief, Jeffrey Kline, MD, announced the following appointments to three newly established social media positions:

• Brandon Maughan, MD • Dan Mayer, MD • Mara McErlean, MD

• Michael Ward, MD

• Twitter Manager: Matthew Klein, MD, MPH, Northwestern University • Editor of Infographics: Kirsty Challen, BSc, MBChB, MRes, PhD, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals • Associate Social Media Editor: Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS, Rush University Medical Center

AEM Announces Resident Editors for 2018-2019

Special Issue of AEM to Publish in Early 2019

• William Meurer, MD • Paul Musey, MD • Debra Perina, MD • Michael Puskarich, MD • Jill Stoltzfus, PhD

Lauren Maloney, MD

Daniel Nogee

Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM) is delighted to announce that Lauren Maloney, MD, SUNY at Stony Brook, and Daniel Nogee, MD, Yale University, have been selected from a competitive pool of applicants to join the AEM editorial board for the upcoming year.

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The resident-in-training appointment to AEM will introduce Drs. Maloney and Nogee to the process of medical publishing, editing, and peer review. Their one-year terms will begin at the May 2018 editorial board meeting in Indianapolis.

Academic Emergency Medicine has announced a Call for Papers for a special issue of the journal dedicated to the “Influence of Gender on the Profession of Emergency Medicine.” The issue will publish in early 2019 and will include original research papers and systematic reviews, with or without meta-analyses, that focus on the role of biological sex and/or female gender identity with respect to workplace experiences, professional advancement, practice environment, work satisfaction and burnout, and the general clinical practice of emergency medicine. Submissions are welcomed through October 30, 2018.

Listen to the Latest Podcasts from AEM Our new AEM podcast webpage will be updated monthly with podcasts of select AEM articles, including article summaries, commentary, author interviews, and critical discussions at our new AEM Podcast webpage. Also introducing: AEM E&T podcasts!

AEM Education & Training AEM E&T Fellows Editor Appointment 2018-2019

Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training (AEM E&T) has announced that Puja Gopal, MD, a resident at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), has Puja Gopal, MD been selected as the first fellow appointment to the AEM E&T Editorial Board. The AEM E&T fellow appointment is intended to mentor a medical education fellow in the process of peer review, editing, and publishing of education research manuscripts. Dr. Gopal will be completing her residency in emergency medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago in June 2018. She will be pursuing a two-year medical education fellowship at the University of Chicago and her masters in Health Professions at UIC. Her scholarly interests focus primarily on medical education and simulation.

Congratulations to AEM E&T’s Outstanding Peer Reviewers

Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training (AEM E&T) is pleased to announce its first class of Outstanding Peer Reviewers. Peer reviewers are essential to presenting the high-quality academic contributions that fill the pages of AEM E&T each issue. We extend sincere appreciation to these exceptional reviewers for their dedicated, conscientious, and exceptional service to AEM E&T in 2017: • Joshua Davis, MD • Douglas Franzen, MD, MEd • Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS • Nikhil Goyal, MD

AEM E&T Invites Submissions for a Special Issue Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training is inviting