We are changing the way the journal looks, feels, and operates. In order to do this well, we would very much like your help in delivering relevant, trustworthy, and impactful evidence-based content to as wide a range of frontline health professionals as possible.
We are planning to publish original evidence-based research, insights and opinions on what matters for health care, whilst focusing on the tools, methods, and concepts that are basic and central to practising evidence-based medicine. Our plan includes exciting developments in the types of articles that debate the uncertainties and controversies in evidence, and the research methods that educate and inform practice. Our new clinical spotlight section will strive to disseminate relevant research: saving you time and improving your practice.
We are looking for health professionals and EBM researchers who are interested, and motivated, to enhance the practice and understanding of evidence-based healthcare.
We want BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine to be the go-to journal for solving the evidence translational problems that currently prevents uptake of evidence into practice.
If you would like to be part of the debate then we would like you to consider becoming an Editorial Board member
EDITORIAL BOARD members will have the opportunity to:
- Author commentaries on the latest research that matters;
- Contribute to series articles that offer relevant EBM insight;
- Contribute to blog articles on the dedicated BMJ EBM site
- Receive reduced rates to EvidenceLive and upcoming events
- Receive regular evidence updates.
- Contribute to peer review;
- Receive online journal access,
- Open access submission fees;
If you want to become a flagbearer for the EBM community then we’d very much like to hear from you. To apply please fill out the form here: bmj.co/EBM_BM
Professor Carl Heneghan
Editor in Chief, BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine