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Where Do I start?


  • The goal of this source is to provide members with a starting point to publish research.
  • In some of our recent surveys, we found that many investigators did not submit their projects for publication because they did not know which journal to submit their work to.
  • We encourage you to use the list below and target your research publication to an emergency medicine specific journal.

Latest News

August 29 Webinar on DOH Proposed Regulations for NYS Stroke Designation

August 21, 2018 - HANYS and the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) will host a webinar with DOH on August 29, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm, to provide an update about a proposed regulation for the New York State Stroke Designation program. Read more ...

New York State All Stakeholder Sepsis Summit in Albany, October 3

August 17, 2018 - An All-Sector Sepsis Summit, sponsored by the Rory Stanton Foundation, Home Care Association of New York State (HCA), HANYS, IPRO, and the Sepsis Alliance will be held on Wednesday, October 3 at the Hilton Albany from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Read more ...

New York ACEP Joins Coalition in Support of National Physician Suicide Awareness Day

August 15, 2018 - In order to address the issue of physician suicide, the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD), in collaboration with AAEM, ACEP, ACOEP, EMRA, RSA, RSO and SAEM have come together to annually dedicate the 3rd Monday in September (September 17, 2018) as National Physician Suicide Awareness (NPSA) Day. Read more ...

New York State Workers' Compensation Board Proposes New Medical Fee Schedule to Improve Access and Medical Care For Injured Workers

June 8, 2018 - The new medical fee schedule has been announced in the State register by the Workers' Compensation Board. It provides for increases of "at least 5%. Shortage areas may see further increases." The proposed regulation will apply to all medical providers authorized to treat claimants, insurance carriers, the State Insurance Fund, self-insured employers, self-insured local governments, group self-insured trusts, and third party administrators. Read more ...