The six press releases on research presented at the European Emergency Medicine Congress resulted in the publication of more than 3.4k news reports.
The overall number of readers of these outlets amounts to 3.4bn, which resulted in:
There was media coverage in all continents and coverage was spread across 69 different countries. Top countries were the UK, the US, France, India and Spain.
Coverage appeared in 30 different languages. Top languages of publications were English, French, Spanish, German and Greek.
News reports coverage by topic
Research on bystander CPR, by Sylvie Cossette gained the most coverage, including
New York Post (75m readers), Daily Mail (42m) and La Vanguardia (26m).
Research by Hidde ten Berg on ChatGPT gained almost as much coverage,
including reports in:
Indian News18 (126m), the Sun (70m) and the Independent (33m).
Coverage for sepsis research, by Silke Piedmont included: The Guardian (33m) and French News-24 (6m). Coverage of Drew Richardson’s alcohol research included:
the Daily Mail and the Independent.
Ossi Hannula’s work on DVT was covered by:
The Telegraph (68m) and the Express (40m) among others.
And coverage for the study on opioid prescribing, by Raoul Daoust included La Vanguardia and the Telegraph.
Many of the news reports included contextual quotes from Congress Chair Youri Yordanov.
Media registration now open for European Emergency Medicine Congress (EUSEM 2024)
Media can register now for the European Emergency Medicine Congress (EUSEM 2024), which will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, for more information on Venue location pelase go to our Hotel booking page
This annual congress attracts over 3000 emergency medicine specialists from around the world. Research presented at the Congress will include topics such as emergency care for children and the elderly, trauma, disaster medicine, planning for major events such as the Olympics in Paris in 2024, respiratory emergencies, including COVID-19, sepsis, cardiovascular, neurological, psychiatric, toxicologic and intoxication emergencies, and obstetrics and gynaecological emergencies.
On Monday and Tuesday in Room 114, there are Spanish tracks where the latest Spanish research will be presented in Spanish on topics such as diagnoses in acute cardiology, and the latest developments in heart failure and infections.
EUSEM welcomes the interest of the press in emergency medicine issues and is happy to assist journalists attending EUSEM Congress sessions in person or using the Congress website as a resource in their coverage. The Congress is open to bona fide representatives of print and electronic media, and registration is free.
Twitter: @europsocem #EUSEM2024
How to register as a media outlet
To register to attend the Congress, have access to the online programme or to receive official Congress press releases, please email Audrey Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of a valid, recognised press card or, in the case of freelance journalists, a commissioning letter on headed paper from a recognised news organisation or publication. Business cards are NOT acceptable. Full details can be found in the media policy.
NB: the official language of the symposium is English and all press materials will be in English.
For media queries about the media programme, contact Emma Mason, media consultant:
Mobile: +44 (0) 7711 296 986