Published digitally, six times a year, SAEM Pulse is the official member publication of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. SAEM Pulse connects you with the academic emergency medicine community and keeps SAEM members up to date on society news and information, and on the trends, issues, and best practices that affect academic emergency medicine. SAEM Pulse is an exclusive SAEM member benefit. Not a member? Join SAEM today!
Past issues can be found in the SAEM Pulse Archives.
Ways to Contribute
Send us your Academic Announcements
Have you or someone in your program recently been promoted, appointed to a new position, or retired? Have you or someone in your program received funding for a grant? Have you or your program received an award or other professional recognition? If so, we want to know! Send your announcement (50-75 words) and a headshot photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be sure it appears in the next available issue.
Give us your ideas
If you’ve got an idea for an article or a column that will challenge or inform our readers and move our specialty forward, we want to hear about it! Contact email@example.com
Serve on our Editorial Advisory Task Force
We are looking for a broad representation of SAEM members who are interested in an opportunity to help guide the direction of SAEM and provide the editor with their insights, knowledge of topics, and suggestions of possible authors, articles, and interview subjects. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a resident or medical student who wants to contribute to SAEM RAMS? Email your content to Shana Zucker, Tulane University School of Medicine, for consideration. Deadlines for submission are listed below:
January/February SAEM Pulse: November 15
March/April SAEM Pulse: January 15
May/June SAEM Pulse: March 15
July/August SAEM Pulse: May 15
September/October SAEM Pulse: July 15
November/December SAEM Pulse: September 1
Write for us
Do you consider yourself somewhat of an expert on any of the topics below as they relate to academic emergency medicine? Are you willing to share your expertise with our readers? Drop us a line at email@example.com.
- Ethics cases
- Timely topics
- Legal and liability issues
- New technology applications
- Faculty development
- Politics and economics
- Time management skills
- Effective leadership
- Work-life balance
- Social media applications