We are always looking to see if you would consider sharing your knowledge and expertise by writing amazing Learning content for RCEMLearning.
As Emergency Medicine professionals, your insights, experiences, and research play a vital role in advancing the field of emergency medicine. RCEMLearning is a widely recognised platform that reaches a vast worldwide audience of the Emergency Medicine Community. By contributing your valuable insights, you can make a significant impact on the medical community and beyond.
Here are a few reasons why contributing to RCEMLearning can be a rewarding experience:
If you’re concerned about the writing process, don’t worry! The editorial team at RCEMLearning is highly experienced and will support you throughout the publication process. They can help with structuring, editing, and ensuring that your content is well-presented and easily understandable to the readers.
Your contributions to RCEMLearning can shape the future of emergency medicine and inspire the next generation of medical professionals. So, we encourage you to share your knowledge, experiences, and discoveries with the world on our platform.
RCEMLearning in Numbers
a description of a patient’s medical condition, symptoms, medical history, and other relevant information, which is used as teaching for users. Clinical cases are typically presented in a structured manner to help learners develop their diagnostic and problem-solving skills.
Single Best Answer (SBA)
a clinical scenario, followed by five answer options. The user must select the one option that is considered the most appropriate or best answer among the choices provided. The purpose of using SBAs is to assess the learner’s ability to apply knowledge and clinical reasoning skills to make the best decision in a specific clinical situation.
Contribution Priority Curriculum Codes
Thank you for considering contributing to our platform!
While we welcome submissions on a wide range of curriculum topics, we are currently prioritising content creation based on specific subject areas outlined in our Contribution Priority Curriculum Codes. We value diversity and creativity in submissions, but we are particularly interested in receiving content on topics that have not yet been explored in our specific content types. We encourage you to review our Contribution Priority Curriculum Codes and consider submitting content that aligns with these areas.
Submissions covering one of the below-listed codes will be prioritised in the publication process.
All contributions submitted to the site must be the writer/writer(s) own original work. We will not accept text that have been copied from other sites/resources – even if the site has been referenced.
If it is found that the ‘contribution’ is not original and has been copied from other sources, it will be immediately rejected and returned to the writer(s).
Plagiarism of other’s work will not be tolerated and if a writer(s) submits a contribution that is not their original work more than once to RCEMLearning then further action will be taken, which could affect the writer(s) membership and standing.