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Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine joins the Cambridge Journals list

A new partnership between Cambridge University Press and the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP).
From January 2015 the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine (CJEM) will join the Cambridge Journals list.
CJEM is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, produced specifically for emergency medicine care providers in rural, urban, community, and academic settings. The journal focuses on emergency medicine content relevant to clinical practice, emergency medical services, research, medical education, administration, and continuing professional development and knowledge exchange. Read more

The Uncertainty of Help

The Uncertainty of Help

Kerr Alexander 12 November 2014

What role do local institutions of mutual security play in managing the growing economic and political uncertainties in African communities today? How do people in everyday life manage these economic and political insecurities? To what…


Sugar-sweetened beverages, not so sweet for your heart!

Amelie Keller 10 November 2014

Sugar-sweetened beverages, not so sweet for your heart! says Amélie Keller from the Institute of Preventive Medicine…, Frederiksberg Hospital, RegionH, Denmark. The association between sugar-sweetened beverages consumption and obesity and diabetes has largely been