American Journal of Disaster Medicine deals with all aspects of mass casualty medicine and its public health implications.
With the publication of the American Journal of Disaster Medicine, for the first time, comes real guidance in this important medical specialty, from the foremost experts in mass casualty medicine; including a deadly cocktail of catastrophic events like blast wounds and post explosion injuries, biological weapons contamination and mass physical and psychological trauma that comes in the wake of natural and man-made disasters as well as disease outbreak.
The journal has one goal: to provide physicians and medical professionals the latest research and essential informational tools they need as they seek to manage the complexities of emergency medical and trauma skills with crisis management in a mass casualty environment.
Peer reviewed and designed to meet the formidable medical challenges in a post 9/11, post Katrina world, the American Journal of Disaster Medicine addresses all aspects of this important discipline and does so under the watchful eye of a internationally recognized editorial review board led by Editor-in-Chief Susan M.Briggs, MD, MPH, Director, International Trauma and Disaster Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA and Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School. Under the guidance of Dr. Briggs, who is also the Supervising Medical Officer, International Medical Surgical Response Teams, National Disaster Medical System, the journal will be interdisciplinary and have a national and international focus in view of the global threats of today's complex disasters.
Each issue of the American Journal of Disaster Medicine will offer physicians and medical professionals, an academic forum on topics as wide ranging as these:
- Medical preparation for mass gathering events
- Triage in disaster medicine both extra hospital and in hospital
- Toxicological disaster
- Ethics in disaster medicine
- Confined space and medical training
- Military triage translating to civilian disasters
- Medical response to collapsed structures
- Traumatic amputations
- Open brain injuries
- Effectively treating large numbers of injured people
- Evaluating patients for exposure to various chemical, biological and radioactive agents
- indexed in PubMed/Medline
- disaster and emergency medicine
- natural disasters
- disease outbreak
- biological weapons contamination
- psychological trauma
- pandemic flu
- military triage
The Most Respected Name in Climate Change and Health Equity
The Journal of Climate Change and Health Equity presents the latest research on the intersection of climate change and the effects on local and global populations.
The Journal of Climate Change and Health Equity is edited, written, and peer-reviewed by an internationally recognized team of the foremost 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 climate change and health equity.
The Most Important Thing You Can Do for Yourself and Your EM Team
Published quarterly, every issue of the Journal of Climate Change and Health Equity is peer-reviewed and packed with invaluable information and insight. Topics include:
- Climate Change and its impact on the local and global population's health
- Health Equity and fair equitable access to healthy lives regardless of location, culture or socio-economic status
- And much more, including a special focus on practical applications to address dispartities and improve lives across the globe.
"What are the latest clinical applications of opioids in medicine?"
"How should healthcare providers prescribe and manage patients on opioid therapies to enhance outcomes and reduce risk to the patient."
"What is the latest basic science in opioids and pain pathways?"
"How should I modify my practice to stay out of the legal and regulatory 'cross-hairs' in this challenging environment?"
Journal of Opioid Management addresses these important questions and many more faced by medical professionals as they deal with the complexities of opioid therapies.
Journal of Opioid Management is a peer-reviewed, professional journal that addresses all aspects of the safe use and management of opioids. The Journal provides guidance to physicians and healthcare professionals on how to safely prescribe and responsibly manage these important drugs.
Journal of Opioid Management topics and features include:
- The latest basic science and clinical application of opioid therapy
- Tapering Patients Off Opioids
- Alternatives to Opioid Therapy for Pain
- Treatment of Co-Morbid Conditions, e.g. Addiction and Bipolar Disorder and Addiction
- Patient Selection for Use of Opioids to Treat Pain; Detecting Abuse, Diversion and Addiction
- Use of Opioids in Chronic Non-Cancer Patients as well as Cancer Survivors
- Opioid Education for Prescribers - Does it work?
- Updates on FDA Approvals: Abuse Deterrent Opioid Formulations and Their Applications
- Opioid Management in the midst of an opioid crisis for palliative care patients
- Rethinking Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
- Guidelines on proper opioid prescribing and compliance
- Legal issues and the ongoing regulatory environment
- Medical Marijuana and Opioids
- And Much More!
Designed to meet the challenge faced by medical professionals as they prescribe opioids, Journal of Opioid Management fills what's been called "a dangerous gap" in medical literature at a time when the Federal spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and addiction tied to these prescription painkillers.
With an editorial review board of the world's leading experts in the field, under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Paul A. Sloan, MD, Journal of Opioid Management addresses all aspects of the use and safe management of opioids. It provides guidance to physicians and healthcare professionals on how to safely prescribe and responsibly manage these drugs. Subscribe today!
The Most Respected Name in Emergency Management
The Journal of Emergency Management is edited, written, and peer-reviewed by an internationally recognized team of the 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.
The Most Important Thing You Can Do for Yourself and Your EM Team
Published bi-monthly, every issue of the Journal of Emergency Management is peer-reviewed and packed with invaluable information and insight. Topics include:
- Emergency planning and response
- Disaster recovery and business continuity planning
- Emergency preparedness and response legislation
- Risk management
- Emergency management today, tomorrow, and in the future
- Severe weather, flood, and hurricane studies
- Emergency communications
- Continuity of operations and infrastructure protection
- Preparation and evacuation for the disabled
- Cross-training in emergency management
- And much more, including a special focus on EM training and higher education
Cannabis in Pain Management will explore the latest research and practical application of cannabis in pain management. This includes the latest basic science and clincal applications utilizing the pharmacological compounds in cannabis to manage patients pain.
This journal will be available in an online edition (through this journal platform website) and in a print edition.
ISSN: Online - 2643-0614 Print - 2643-0622
The International Journal of COVID-19 is an open access journal dedicated to bringing forth the latest on the medical research and treatment aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Areas of coverage include:
Pharmacologic Research, Trials in Treating All Aspects of COVID-19
Short Term Studies
Long Term Studies of Post COVID Recovery
Our goal is to complete the peer-review process in under 2 weeks for acclerated reviews and 4 weeks for standard reviews. Pre-publication release is available. Please contact the publisher for details.
We are actively expanding the Editorial Review Board for this journal. If you would like to join this board, please email your current CV to radjr(at)pnpco.com.
American Journal of Recreation Therapy is the unchallenged journal of record in the field and the gold standard for providing recreational therapists the latest research, techniques and advances in the use of recreational intervention.
Guided by Allison Wilder, PhD, CTRS/L and an internationally recognized editorial review board, American Journal of Recreation Therapy, in a seamless flow from theory to proven application, strives with each issue to help recreational therapists make recovery a reality for their patients of all ages and stages of disability.
Journal of Neurodegeneration and Regeneration
Until now, no journal has put the whole spectrum of neurodegeneration and regeneration from basic clinical research to case studies between its covers. With the introduction of the Journal of Neurodegeneration and Regeneration that now happens as the nation's top experts in the field bring to the medical community a long awaited exploration of the basic and clinical new and ongoing research being conducted in this critical field, research that will lead to better diagnosis, more effective treatments and ultimately, perhaps, cures.
Although great progress has been made in recent years toward understanding neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, ALS and others, few effective treatments and no cures are currently available. So the element of urgency is here. The numbers speak for themselves. In the United States alone, almost five million suffer from Alzheimer's disease; one million from Parkinson's disease; 400,000 from multiple sclerosis; and 30,000 from ALS. Worldwide, these four diseases account for more than 20 million patients.
Further, it is generally accepted that things are going to get worse before they get better. Aging greatly increases the risk of neurodegenerative disease and the average age of Americans and the populations of many other countries is increasing. Today, over 37 million Americans alone are over the age of 65. Within the next 30 years this number is likely to double, putting more and more people at increased risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
The Journal of Neurodegeneration and Regeneration is guided by an international editorial review board of the foremost experts in the field under the leadership of co-Editors-in-Chief Dr. Philippe Taupin, PhD and Dr. Cathy M. Helgason, MD.
Its primary focus will be on recent developments in understanding the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenreration, neuroprotection and neuroregeneration including experimental approaches and their relevance in treating neurodegenerative disorders. Readers now have access to in-depth coverage of such things as:
- Recent developments in understanding the molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration and neuroprotection
- The role of acetylcholinesterase in neurodegenerative diseases
- Understanding the aetiology of major neurodegenerative diseases and identifying ways of early detection
- The pathophysiological function of JNK
- The role of extracellular proteolysis by metalloproteases such as ADAMB in neuroprotection
Trauma Healing Journal deals with the social and psycological issues surrounding disasters and mass casualty incidents. The journal deals with people and the personal side of recovering from disasters.