The New England Journal of Medicine is offering a two-week elective course for trainees and fellows PGY3 and higher who seek a deeper understanding of how a peer review journal works and how editors make their decisions about publishing papers in the medical literature. It is a participatory elective based on the New England Journal of Medicine and taught at its editorial offices in Boston. The course will be held May 6 – 17, 2013. The New England Journal of Medicine will not be responsible for transportation or housing. Participants must be present for the entire two weeks of the course. Interested trainees and fellows should apply at NEJM.org before January 11, 2013. Eight participants will be chosen at random from amongst qualified candidates.
Posted by Karen Buckley • December 11th, 2012
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