Posts Tagged ‘nejm 200th anniversary’

Take the Historical Image Challenge!

Posted by Karen Buckley • February 9th, 2012

Each week we are posting a new Historical Image Challenge on the NEJM 200th anniversary website. This patient in a 1953 article had been treated with antibiotics. What is the diagnosis? Take the challenge, and then click through to read the original report.  Share it with friends and colleagues. Browse previous challenges on the same… Read More…

Explore the History of Medical Discoveries

Posted by Karen Buckley • January 26th, 2012

Over 200 years, the New England Journal of Medicine has published early descriptions of disease, groundbreaking new treatments for particular conditions, and the first steps toward significant changes in how physicians care for patients.  The 200th anniversary website has an interactive timeline that allows you to search and rediscover the progress of centuries past.   Each… Read More…

Share Your Story

Posted by Karen Buckley • January 20th, 2012

In celebration of the 200th anniversary of NEJM, we invite you to share your story.  NEJM is a community where physicians and medical professionals have been sharing their research, perspective, and insight for two centuries.  We’d like to hear from you, the individuals who make this community thrive. What inspires your work in medicine?  Who… Read More…