• Contribute

    Contribute, Publish, Get Involved!

    We accept manuscripts that include paramedic experiences, news stories, case studies, research, anecdotes, basically anything that is related to what we do, that is written well.


    Submission Guidelines

    Your manuscript and any attachments should be sent in a single email to the editor-in-chief. In your submission email, please provide the following details:


    1. Full contact information for the corresponding author and related qualifications
    2. The names and qualifications of any additional authors
    3. If you have any writing experience (previous publications). It is ok if you don’t, we are just curious to understand what assistance you may need to get you published.
    4. What specifically is your article going to tell our readers? (One or two sentences)
    5. Why do you think our readers need to know this? (One or two sentences)
    6. Attach one to three pictures that you have the right to use (personal or open-source)



    Remember that we are paramedics, writers and content creators as well, so it is extremely important to us that your rights are valued and protected. When submitting your manuscript to TSE, we will publish these under a creative commons license however you as the writer will retain all the rights to your own work and you can add more or request to remove your work from our website at your discretion anytime. By submitting to TSE, you agree that you are the owner of the work and you have not defamed, plagiarised or pirated the work. Please be aware that TSE does not charge for article submission or pay for articles published.


    All completed submissions undergo a careful review process to assess accuracy and relevance and you should receive acknowledgment of your submission within one week. You may be contacted during the review process to discuss any concerns or questions about your submission. Rewrites are often requested to improve the accuracy and relevance but our team of developmental editors will assist you along the way. If references are required, we prefer Vancouver.

  • Topics

    These can include but not limited to:

    • Airway Management

    • Community Paramedicine

    • Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    • Dispatching / Call Taking

    • Education

    • Emergency Health

    • Health & Wellbeing

    • Mass Casualty Incidents

    • Medical / Clinical / Operational

    • Non-Traditional Paramedic Roles

    • Operational Management 

    • Patient Safety

    • Paediatric Care

    • Primary Care Paramedicine

    • Recruitment & Retention

    • Research

    • Resuscitation

    • Remote Care

    • Risk Management

    • Trauma

    • Volunteer

    • ....or give us a new topic!

  • Need Help Getting Started?

    You can download our writer's resource here 

    Developmental Editors

    We have a team of dedicated paramedic-specific Developmental Editors who can act as a coach for any new writers to get their stories ready for publication. They will cheer you on and help you stay on track with the tone, structure, and audience. They will also challenge you to improve your writing and develop and improve your manuscript.


    Your manuscript should be sent as a Microsoft Word document with any accompanying figures, tables, or images (we encourage at least 3 images) to the editor-in-chief.