In 2012, the New England Journal of Medicine celebrates 200 years of advances in medical research and clinical practice. We value your ongoing interest in NEJM as a reader and important contributor to the NEJM community, and are inviting you to join in with your colleagues in celebrating this event.
Throughout 2012 we will mark the anniversary with special content, events and features on a new NEJM anniversary website, nejm200.nejm.org. Please visit the site to see some of the unique anniversary content, including:
SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY ARTICLES
Throughout the year we will relase a series of engaging review articles that tell the story of progress in medicine over the last 200 years, highlights both the advantages that have been made and the ongoing challenges that clinicians face today. Among other notable authors, this series will include original works by Eugene Braunwalk and Elizabeth Nabel, Allan Brandt, Anthony Fauci and Atul Grawande. A new article will be posted every other week.
INTERACTIVE HISTORICAL TIMELINE
Our new interactive timeline allows you to rediscover and explore the most significant milestones in the understanding and treatment of disease over the past 200 years. These milestones link to special graphics, historical information and relevant articles published in NEJM s they were originally written.
READ OR VIEW YOUR COLLEAGUES’ CONTRIBUTIONS- AND SHARE YOUR OWN
Read the messages, stories and videos posted by friends and colleagues of NEJM from around the world. We also invite you to post your own message and share messages on your social networks. Tell us what inspires your work in medicine or has influenced your professional or personal journey.
In addition to these engaging features, you can also:
• Take the Historical Image Challenge
• Vote for the most important articles in NEJM history
• Sign up for 200th anniversary email updates to stay informed
• Follow us on Twitter for curated 200th highlights
Please join us in this special celebration of medicine – and thank you for your support of NEJM. It is your work that fuels our mission to deliver content that inspires discovery and advanced in care around the world.