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 learnt and insights into current and future issues from researchers and practitioners.
AJEM is highly regarded 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 is published quarterly and welcomes submissions from all areas of emergency management theory and practice, with a focus on risk reduction, readiness, response, and recovery.
The Australian Journal of Emergency Management is an official publication of the Australian Institute of Disaster Resilience.
All articles submitted will be considered for publication in the Journal, however, the Editor-in-chief and the Editorial Committee reserve the right to edit or to reject unsuitable material.
AJEM will not publish articles promoting a named product or service of an individual or firm.
Members of the Editorial Committee review each article submitted to the AJEM. The Journal’s editorial committee acts as a liaison between contributors and the Editorial Advisory Board. All communication concerning article submission, review and publication should be directed to the Managing Editor.