Are you looking for somewhere to publish an interesting case report of a recent patient? Or, do you want to read about cases that others have written? BMJ Case Reports publishes peer-reviewed cases in all medical disciplines. Over 2000 case reports have been published since the first case in 2008, with new cases being added every week.
BMJ Case Reports provides a new opportunity for publishing your research, as you can submit your own cases for publication. Himmelfarb Library's subscription doubles as an "Institutional Fellowship", which means that faculty, staff and students of GWUMC can publish case reports for free. Submitted cases are reviewed by at least one external referee and the BMJ Case Reports Editor. Additional information is also available on publishing guidelines.
Teaching with BMJ Case Reports is simplified, as all images are supplied with a "Download as Powerpoint Slide" link complete with copyright and citation information. You can browse all of the cases as they are published or focus on your area in the BMJ Case Reports Specialty Collections. Readers can sign up for Email Alerts or subscribe to RSS feeds to keep up with new cases as soon as they are published. The BMJ Case Reports blog provides a platform for open debate and discussion of the case reports, adding an element of participative open peer review for all readers.
Read BMJ Case Reports today and get a case of your own published tomorrow!