If you’d like to submit a clinical case, learning session or SBA please download one of these templates, complete it and email it to RCEMLearning@rcem.ac.uk All submissions will be reviewed by the relevant person from our Editorial Executive.
If you’re interested in submitting FOAMed or critical appraisal content please email James to discuss the next steps. A guide to blogging can be found here, with details on the submission process.
- All images must be as large as possible but must be a minimum of 800 pixels wide
- All submissions must be evidenced-based and use the Vancouver referencing system
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 others 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.
RCEMLearning has grown significantly in recent years, and it is now embedded into the educational practice of the RCEM and wider EM community. RCEMLearning innovatively combines a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) with Free Open Access Medical (FOAMed) resources, and it makes an invaluable contribution to how RCEM Fellows and Members prepare for exams, deliver teaching, refine critical appraisal skills, stay aligned with changes in evidence-based medicine, and maintain their ePortfolio and CPD activities.
As a result of RCEMLearnings continued growth, the RCEM is looking to appoint a Digital Education Fellow (DEF) to support the platforms pioneering work.
If you would like to know more about DEF and how to apply please click here