Acute Care Medicine Surgery and Anesthesia (AMSA) was conceived as a new space for multidisciplinary discussions. We strongly believe that the winning approach of 3rd millennium medicine is the cross-functional one in which practitioners from different specialities continuously confront each other on the patient pathway by working as one team.
The journal coveres all topics concerning the macro areas of emergency, surgery, anesthesia, and intensive care medicine; from the experimental-laboratory work, clinical studies, description of organizational models, to the assessment of clinical outcomes.
AMSA is an open access journal, so as to ensure the widest spread of papers; the manuscript review and publication process is rapid and interactive. The editor board ensures maximum support for authors at every step of the manuscript progress.
We are interested in high-quality papers, clinical studies, experimental research, epidemiological data, and to discuss innovative ideas.
AMSA accepts short communications, case reports of special relevance, short reports, original research, clinical trials, reviews, perspectives, commentaries and editorials. The aim is to ensure a broad range of options for sharing experiences and ideas, from single cases to "big data," from robust observational data to challenging ideas. We also intend to address ethical and health management aspects.
Readers and authors are thus worldwide practitioners working in the above macro-areas including physician, nurses, technicians and clinical managers.