The Canadian Medical Education Journal (CMEJ) is looking to engage authors for an upcoming special issue," Residency Career Choices, Selection, and Matching".
No doubt this will be a very interesting issue, encouraging dialogue on a range of important topics.
Some of the questions that the CMEJ special issue would like to encourage perspectives on include:
"What are the benefits and challenges with how we help students choose residency programs?"
"What are the issues in how we select for postgraduate training in Canada?"
"What might be some of the features of an admissions and selection system of the future?"
According to the CMEJ, they are interested in papers that highlight challenges, insights, and policy suggestions around residency selection and matching that might apply in multiple contexts but also in the specific context of Canada. Junior authors especially medical students and resident physicians are encouraged to submit content.
The special issue will support submissions in a variety of formats and styles from personal narratives, descriptive studies, futuristic suggestions, program evaluations, brief reports, major research studies and theoretical philosophical discussions.
Manuscripts are encouraged to be submitted for review by October 31, 2019 or as soon after that as possible. The CMEJ will consider submissions received after the deadline but will give priority to and process submissions in the order in which they were received. See the full article.
Don't miss a single blog - SUBSCRIBE now and you will get articles sent straight to your email!