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Student Elective Competition 2016: A call for entries

12 Sep, 16 | by Jenny Thomas

We are now launching thCapture3e 2016 competition for students and interns. Write up your experiences as a global health case report and you could be the winner of a position as a Global Health Associate Editor for BMJ Case Reports. Your case report will also be included in the 2017 special edition print journal.

All authors must be students or interns at the time of submission. Your entry will undergo the same treatment that all our journal submissions do, including the peer review process, so be sure to check out our Instructions for Authors for guidance before you start writing. If you’ve never written a global health case report before, you may find our template useful to help you get started.

Winners will be selected for interview to become a Global Health Associate Editor. We welcome submissions from all over the world. Patients may be anyone seen on the ward or at home, in medical school or on elective. Winners will be announced in September 2017.
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If you’re interested in writing a global health case report, we’re here to help. Seema Biswas, Editor in Chief of BMJ Case Reports, guides you through the writing process in a recent article featured in The Student BMJ. You can also visit the BMJ Case Reports website for examples of previously published global health case reports and look at the annotated example.

Read our guidance, join our global health blog and get writing! We look forward to receiving many interesting global health case reports.

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