Australasian Journal of Paramedicine

The Australasian Journal of Paramedicine (AJP) will publish manuscripts from the general prehospital setting that are of various methodologies and lengths. The journal will publish scientifically sound research covering all areas of prehospital-based research, even if they have low study numbers and have found negative outcomes. The editors will consider articles that may not get published in other journals to promote all types of research outcomes for the good of the greater prehospital care community. The journal will accept manuscripts covering, but not limited to: first aid, disaster preparedness, disaster management/response, military/combat environment, emergency management, non-emergency management, clinical practice, education, policy, service delivery, and management. One of the main aims of the AJP is to reduce the loss to the research community when studies remain unpublished on the basis of small sample size, limited usefulness, scientific advance or level of interest. The AJP therefore provides a repository for short publications, case series, incremental updates to previous work, results of individual experiments, results of confirmatory and 'negative' results, and similar material that currently lacks a suitable repository

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