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Student Editorial Board of Methods of Information in Medicine, 2015-16 – Applications Invited

Dominik Aronsky, Associate Editor, Methods of Information in Medicine, announces that the Student Editorial Board of Methods of Information in Medicine is now accepting applications from trainees for the new term, 2015-16.

The goal of the Student Editorial Board is to learn, understand, and participate in the peer review process of submitted manuscripts that are considered for publication. The Student Editorial Board will provide outstanding trainees with a mentored opportunity to learn and experience the various aspects of the peer review process. During the appointment period members of the Student Editorial Board will receive educational material, instruction, and feedback about peer review, and actively participate in the review of 3-5 manuscripts per year.

Applicants from all countries are eligible to apply if they are enrolled as a trainee in a graduate degree granting or post-doctoral training program. Full information is available in the PDF file available for download here (MIMSEB2015) or in a zip file via the Methods website >>> The closing date for applications is Sunday, 14 December, 2014.

If you have any questions please direct them to Ms. Ina Hoffmann, email: ed[at]MethodsInfMed.org

Members of the Student Editorial Board are expected to

  • demonstrate critical thinking,
  • have experience in a biomedical/health informatics-related field (in a broad sense),
  • have experience in aspects of scientific writing and communication,
  • understand research design and basic concepts of biostatistics, and
  • have a good mastery of the written English language.

Current members of the Student Editorial Board are listed on the Methods website, and come from 10 countries in different parts of the world.

Methods of Information in Medicine is an official journal of IMIA.

October 29, 2014 - Posted by | journals | , , ,

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