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GCP training and key documents

Information on GCP Training for Emergency Physicians and key documents from the Research and Publications Committee

Research Grants

Information about funding


A variety of web based resources that may be helpful in developing your research project

Getting Started

A guide for those of you with little research experience to help get your thoughts together and point out some common pitfalls for you to avoid

Technical Guide

Will give you the details of different research methodologies as applied to emergency medicine and tell you how to manage the project itself

How to run a research project

Will take you through each stage of an emergency medicine research project, giving advice on what you have to do to make each stage as painless as possible

Why do Research?

Motivate yourself with these tips

Writing a Research Proposal

Step-by-step suggestions for writing your research project

Submit your best research to Emergency Medicine Journal and receive the following benefits:

As the official journal of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, journal content is distributed to a targeted audience

Fast Editorial Turnaround- 24 days from submission to first decision and 17 days from acceptance to online publication

High visibility across

With an international editorial board and Editorial Advisory Board, a diverse scope and an Impact Factor of 1.776*, Emergency Medicine Journal  is THE ideal outlet to submit your best research!