The Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AJEM) is Australia’s premier journal for emergency management covering all hazards and all emergencies.
From research to practice, global government to community engagement, AJEM focuses on promoting and facilitating discussion and debate at all levels of emergency management. The Journal’s papers feature extensive analysis, considered views, lessons learned and insights into current and future issues from researchers and practitioners.
As an academic publication, AJEM is highly regarded in its field within the national and international community for strong scholarly research underpinned by evidence. The Journal follows a double-blind refereeing process for research articles undergoing peer review.
AJEM welcomes submissions from all areas of emergency management theory and practice, with a focus on risk reduction, readiness, response, and recovery, for its quarterly publication.
AJEM is published by the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience – a national centre for excellence for knowledge and skills development in the emergency management sector.
Your feedback is always welcome. Please send comments directly to the editorial team at email@example.com
Articles for AJEM are encouraged from contributors nationally and internationally. Publication preference is given to contributions relating to Australasia, New Zealand and the Pacific region or papers linking international themes to these areas.