University of British Columbia Medical Journal (UBCMJ)

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Introduction

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The University of British Columbia Medical Journal (UBCMJ) is a medical student-led academic journal whose goal is to engage medical students in dialogue about the practice of medicine. The Journal's scope ranges from original research and review articles to trends, clinical and elective reports and commentaries about medicine. The Journal aims to maintain a high level of integrity and accuracy, collaborative production and cross-disciplinary communication, and to stimulate critical and independent thinking. The goal is to establish the Journal as a leading student-run publication and to attract high-quality submissions. UBCMJ accept submissions in all areas of research, reviews, case reports, medical history, ethics, medical anthropology, epidemiology, public health and international health. (See streaming video of the journal launch.)

Contact information

First published issue in September 2009
  • Mailing address: UBC Medical Journal, 2750 Heather Street Vancouver, BC V5Z 4M2

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