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MEMBERS:

If you are an active NAEMSE member and would like to access the current/archived issues of Educator Update/Domain3, all you need to do is LOGIN HERE. You can also submit your original articles (for review) in this area, as well.

NON-MEMBERS:

What is DOMAIN3?

Domain3 is the official membership publication of the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) and publishes articles of interest to its membership and persons directly involved in the training/education of EMTs, Paramedics, Basic Life Support, and Emergency Care.  

This publication is printed and delivered electronically to NAEMSE members on a quarterly basis.

Unsolicited submissions are welcomed and encouraged. Members of the NAEMSE Publications Committee will then conduct a blind peer review of your submission and determine its relevance within the publication. Acceptance of the manuscript is contingent upon completion of the editing process.

Please submit a cover letter with each manuscript with the following information: author(s) name, credentials, title, and affiliation. A title letter should also be sent with the manuscript disclosing any commercial associations that could pose a potential conflict of interest. Additionally, the following written statement should be added to said document and signed by each author: "The undersigned author(s) assigns ownership of the article entitled <Title of Manuscript> to the National Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators (NAEMSE)."

The manuscript will become the property of NAEMSE and may not be published without the written permission of an authorized representative of that organization. Publication of manuscripts will be at the discretion of the publications committee and their board representative.

If you have an idea brewing that you'd like to submit, please fill out the official online submission form below or call/email Communications Coordinator, Brandon Ciampaglia, who will be happy to assist you.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO READING YOUR ARTICLES!


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