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Journal of Emergency Management


Title Abbreviation
J Emerg Manag
ISSN
1543-5865
Readership
Academics, Administrators, Emergency Nurses, Emergency Physicians, Environmental Epidemiologists, Managers, Policy Makers, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Trauma Coordinators
Scope
Journal of Emergency Management is today’s first choice for emergency management professionals everywhere. With its fourfold focus: emergency planning and response, disaster recovery, business disaster planning and business continuity, you and your team are kept on the cutting edge of emergency management as you deal with those worst nightmares…from acts of terror, fires, floods and weather emergencies to gas explosions and catastrophic accidents on land, in the air or at sea. The Journal of Emergency Management is edited, written and peer reviewed by a nationally recognized team of the country's foremost, hands-on EM experts. They include top professionals from the public and private sectors who offer real world experience and practical solutions, and leading academics who provide perspective and analysis on the latest research and studies. Together, they bring you the most thorough, relevant and useful source of information on emergency management.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Prime National Publishing Corporation
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