AJEM Researcher Survey

AIDR is inviting researchers to complete a short survey about the Australian Journal of Emergency Management related to publishing research papers.

Information from this survey will be used by AIDR to understand the enablers and barriers to publishing research findings in the Australian Journal of Emergency Management. The findings of the survey will help us to upgrade, adapt and reform policies and procedures as required.

The Australian Government established AJEM in 1986 and it remains a premier journal for emergency and disaster management and risk reduction covering all hazards and all emergencies. AJEM is a Q2-ranked journal and is published online and in print each quarter.

We are seeking your considered input into this survey. Feel free to share this survey with others who are likely to be authors of research manuscripts in the fields of emergency management, natural hazards management and risk reduction.

Responses are anonymous and confidential, however, there is provision for inclusion of some information about you that we would appreciate.

Your comment and feedback is greatly appreciated.

Complete the survey here.