Education in Medicine Journal (doi:10.5959/eimj.issn21801932) is an open-access peer-review online journal. The main purpose of the journal is to publish quality articles and to disseminate essential information related to medical and allied health education. The journal covers areas, but not limited to, such as student development, faculty development, student assessment, teaching and learning, problem based learning, curriculum design and development, leadership and ethics, management and organization in medical and allied health education, medical student health and stress, allied health education, values/attitude/characters building, intergrating emotional intelligence/ spirituality in medical & allied health education, student selection/administration, interprofessional education, and scholarly teaching and scholarship of teaching.
From submission to publication, authors do not have to pay. Likewise, readers do not have to pay to read the published articles. ALL ARTICLES ARE FREELY AVAILABLE.
We aim to provide first decision within 12 weeks of submission and to publish within 6 months upon acceptance of submission.
Statement or opinion express in the Education in Medicine Journal reflect the view of author(s) and do not reflect the official policy of the journal unless it is clearly stated and specified.
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All published articles will be assigned DOI.
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Official: Education in Medicine will be managed and published by a new publisher, USM Press
Starting from Jan 2016, Education in Medicine Journal will be published by USM Press. During the transitional period moving to a new publisher, all submission must be submitted through this website. Futher notice will be announced once the tranfer works are completely done. The transfer process is expected to complete by March 2016.
All you support and cooperation are very much appreciated. We apology for any difficulties occur during this tranfer period.
Official: The journal will publish 4 issues per year starting from 2013
We are delighted to inform that starting from 2013 the journal will publish 4 issues per year (quaterly) to cater more articles and to shorten duration of article publication upon acceptance. The issues will be published in March, June, September and December. We look forward to receive submissions from you. Thank you.
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