The British Journal of Intensive Care is the only publication in this field that covers 21 different disciplines directly involved or associated with intensive and critical care. Much of the journal’s popularity is due to the lively editorial, which consists of a balanced mix of original papers, clinical reviews, case reports, news items and book reviews. Subjects of topical interest are frequently explored in greater depth in a series of two or more consecutive articles.
Critical Care and Shock is published by The Indonesian Foundation of Critical Care Medicine and indexed in Embase and in the Sociedad Iberoamericana de Información Cientifica (SIIC). It is the official journal of the Asia Pacific Association of Critical Care Medicine, Indonesian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Philippine Society of Critical Care Medicine and Society of Intensive Care Medicine (Singapore), Korean Society of Critical Care Medicine, Chinese Society of Critical Care Medicine, and is published Quarterly by The Indonesian Foundation of Critical Care Medicine.
The Journal of Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Acute Care - formerly known as the Middle East Journal of Emergency Medicine - is an open access, peer-reviewed journal, based in Qatar and owned by Hamad Medical Corporation. It covers a variety of topics related to all aspects of emergency medicine, trauma and acute care. We publish articles which are relevant to those working in both hospital and pre-hospital environments.
Anaesthesia, Pain & Intensive Care (APICARE) is an official publication of Pakistan Society of Anesthesiologists (PSA) and Pakistan Resuscitation Society (PARES). It first appeared in 1997 as Anaesthesia News. Its aim is to publish scientific, research journal representing the four sister specialties of anesthesiology, pain management, intensive care and resuscitation. The Journal has since thrived despite innumerable constraints, and now boasts to be one of the leading research oriented journals of the region. Its area of circulation encompasses whole of South Asia and the Middle East and the journal is indexed / abstracted by many of the international agencies.
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine is a continually updated, learning resource presenting high-calibre articles on the current knowledge and practice of anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. It is based upon the curriculum of both the Primary and Final Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (FRCA) examinations.
Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, formerly known as Current Anesthesia & Critical Care, aims to be a leading biomedical review journal, providing reviews and comment on highly topical subjects and the latest breakthroughs in basic, clinical and translational research.
The Journal of the Intensive Care Society (JICS) strives to disseminate clinically and scientifically relevant peer-reviewed research, evaluation, experience and opinion to all staff working in the field of intensive care medicine. Its aim is to inform clinicians on the provision of best practice and provide direction for innovative scientific research in what is one of the broadest and most multi-disciplinary healthcare specialties.
The Netherlands Journal of Critical Care (Neth J Crit Care) is the official journal of the Netherlands Society of Intensive Care (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Intensive Care-NVIC). The Journal has a circulation of about 1750 copies bimonthly in the Netherlands and Belgium. High-quality reports of research related to any aspect of intensive care medicine, whether laboratory, clinical, or epidemiological, are considered for publication in the Neth J Crit Care. This includes original articles, reviews, and meta-analyses. Case reports, clinical images, book reviews, editorials, letters to the editor, and correspondence are also welcomed.
Trauma is a peer reviewed scholarly journal which brings together a wide range of topics of interest to all those involved in the management of trauma patients. Authoritative reviews of all aspects of trauma care are included: Prevention through prehospital management, accident and emergency medicine, surgery, anaesthetics and intensive care, physical and psychiatric rehabilitation. It also publishes original research, case reports with an educational value, opinion pieces and personal views as well as general trauma interest articles. This Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
The Southern African Journal of Critical Care (SAJCC), accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DoHET), is a bi-annual critical care medical journal. It carries research articles and letters, editorials, clinical practice and other medical and related articles and personal opinion, South African health-related news, obituaries, general correspondence, and classified advertisements.