Aim and Scope
At JETem, we believe that all learners should benefit from active learning. We are an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal-repository for EM educators in all major topic areas. JETem is published quarterly. We accept submissions of team-based learning, small group learning, simulation, podcasts, lectures, innovations, curricula and submissions to our image bank.
We believe educators should advance through the scholarship of their educational work. Glassick outlines six principles of scholarship: clear goals, adequate preparation, appropriate methods, significant results, effective presentation, and reflective critique. As such, much of the existing educational work is scholarship. JETem gives educators the opportunity to publish and distribute outstanding, scholarly academic work so that it may be widely distributed, thereby increasing the significance of their results.
The Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine (JETem) is published by the UC Irvine Health School of Medicine and Department of Emergency Medicine in conjunction with the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD). JETem publishes four online issues per year, and is published both on www.JETem.org and eScholarship.org, where it is archived and preserved.
JETem, the UC Irvine Health School of Medicine and the Department of Emergency Medicine assume no responsibility or liability for damages arising from any error or omission, or from the use of any information or advice contained in the journal. All editorial matter in JETem represents the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the sponsoring UC Irvine Health School of Medicine or the Department of Emergency Medicine.