Intensive Care Priority List
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the prioritization of topics within the Emergency and Critical Care group is delayed. The release of these prioritized topics is now expected in mid-2024. We continue to accept registrations for new titles, and in cases where existing author teams are unable to provide updates for their titles, we will consider these titles vacant, allowing new authors to apply to take over. We are committed to sharing the results of this prioritization widely, utilizing both our online platforms and social media channels. Additionally, we will continually evaluate the editorial efforts and the impact of these priority reviews.
Emergency Medicine: Systematic reviews of interventions and treatments for a wide range of acute medical conditions commonly seen in emergency departments. This may include topics like trauma care, acute cardiovascular events, and neurological emergencies.
Critical Care Medicine: Reviews related to the management of critically ill patients in intensive care units (ICUs). This encompasses topics such as mechanical ventilation, sepsis management, and organ support.
Prehospital Care: Evaluation of interventions and practices in prehospital care settings, including ambulance services and paramedic interventions.
Emergency Surgery: Topics related to surgical interventions and procedures performed in emergency settings.
Resuscitation: Systematic reviews on resuscitation techniques, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and advanced life support measures.
Disaster Medicine: Research related to disaster response and preparedness, including mass casualty management and disaster triage.
Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care: Consideration of specific issues and interventions relevant to children and infants in emergency and critical care settings.