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Volume 53: Issue 4: 2023
Editorial: Predatory journals: How to recognise and keep clear!
Editorial: Moral distress in healthcare professionals: Time to reflect
Out-of-hours decision-making in deteriorating patients by foundation year doctors: Relationship to moral distress
Letter to the Editor: A good teacher in the doctor: The vision and mission
Volume 53: Issue 3: 2023
Editorial: Personal data in biomedical research
Editorial: Affordability, inclusivity and justice – threats to the sustainability of the medical workforce in an economic crisis
Volume 53: Issue 2: 2023
Editorial: ChatGPT, artificial intelligence and scientific writing: What authors, peer reviewers and editors should know
Self care and wellbeing in the face of COVID-19: Multidisciplinary perspectives and interprofessional experiences
Should we be chasing the elusive morning discharge?
Volume 53: Issue 1: 2023
Editorial: Social media for education and research: Practical considerations
Editorial: Climate change: What healthcare professionals can do
Achieving proportionate governance review in Scotland: Threats and solutions
Volume 52: Issue 4: 2022
Editorial: Researcher, author and reviewer profiles
Editorial: A geriatrician’s letter to Santa
Volume 52: Issue 3: 2022
Editorial: How can we make clinics better for all of us?
Editorial: Survey-based observational research: Quality, relevance and optimal use in the post-COVID-19 era
Volume 52: Issue 2: 2022
Preparation, relationship and reflection: Lessons for international medical electives
Volume 52: Issue 1: 2022
Editorial: Full time for quick fixes – supporting educators and learners in the ‘new normal’
Editorial: What is the future of the international conference: Dead or alive?
Editorial: An overview of the functionalities of PubMed
Volume 51: Issue 4: 2021
Editorial: Preprint publications: waste in haste or pragmatic progress?
Equality and diversity in health governance systems: are we getting it right and are there lessons from COVID-19?
Letter to the Editor: Overcoming and benefitting from the psychological challenges posed by cadaveric dissection
Letter to the Editor: Comments on ‘Psychological impact of cadaveric dissection on first-year medical students’
Letter to the Editor: Enhancements to Simulation via Instant Messaging – Birmingham Advance (SIMBA): addressing clinical communication
Letter to the Editor: Plurality of governance – plurality of systems
Volume 51: Issue 3: 2021
Editorial: Systematic reviews: current perspectives and future directions
Letter to the Editor: Keeping calm with cadaveric dissection in medical curricula
Letter to the Editor: Is PubMed coming to an end?
Volume 51: Issue 2: 2021
Editorial: Detecting and handling suspected plagiarism in submitted manuscripts
Editorial: Challenges to the UK medical education during the COVID-19 pandemic
Editorial: Plurality of governance – the transparency of definitions
Utility of Simulation via Instant Messaging – Birmingham Advance (SIMBA) in medical education during COVID-19 pandemic
Psychological impact of cadaveric dissection on first-year medical students
UK internal medicine training in the time of COVID-19
Letter to the Editor: It is all about who you know: disparities in opportunity
Letter to the Editor: Are aptitude tests the solution to widening participation during COVID-19?
Letter to the Editor: Putting spin on the great gamble
Letter to the Editor: Bridging the culture gap: it is time to address the cultural differences for the newly appointed overseas doctors in the NHS
Volume 51: Issue 1: 2021
Editorial: Fifty years of the College Journal: a fascinating journey
Editorial: Citations analysis of publications
The enigma of health: cultural, health political, and philosophical aspects
Use of a short trainee questionnaire to support international UK equivalent core medical training
Letter to the Editor: Predatory journals
Volume 50: Issue 4: 2020
Editorial: Postgraduate training requires urgent reforms to deal with future pandemics
Editorial: Revisions, Rejections and Rebuttals: The show must go on!
Letter to the Editor: Retrospective studies – utility and caveats
The Great Gamble? A Mixed-Methods Study of Factors Influencing Medical Students in Specialty Choice
Drastic times need drastic measures: COVID-19 and widening access to medicine
Letter to the Editor: The dichotomy between PubMed-listed journals and low-quality journals
Letter to the Editor: Is there a clear division between predatory and low-quality journals and publishers?
Volume 50: Issue 3: 2020
Editorial: Current perspectives on predatory or low-quality journals
Electronic health records: a critical appraisal of strengths and limitations
Inclusion of medical fitness to drive in medical postgraduate training curricula
Usefulness of a workshop on scientific writing and publication in improving the baseline knowledge deficit among postgraduates
Letter to the Editor: COVID-19: an opportune period to reform the medical curriculum
Letter to the Editor: Aequanimitas in a pandemic: a personal viewpoint
Letter to the Editor: Declaration to improve biomedical and health research
Letter to the Editor: Some potential unintended consequences from open access publication
Volume 50: Issue 2: 2020
Editorial: Compassion, resilience and COVID-19
Editorial: Publication models in scientific publishing: to open or not?
Letter to the Editor: ‘Compassion’ – an overused and out-of-context term in healthcare
Letter to the Editor: Challenges to scientific publishing in times of COVID-19
Volume 50: Issue 1: 2020
Publication misconducts related to copyright: tread carefully to avoid falling!
Prospective assessment of a critical appraisal teaching programme on medical students’ confidence and performance in appraising medical literature
Letter to the Editor: Conflicts of interest for medical practitioners
Letter to the Editor: WhatsApp groups: an effective way of intradepartmental and interdepartmental communication regarding patient consultations
Letter to the Editor: A return to forms: why the paperwork crisis matters
Volume 49: Issue 4: 2019
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, James Lind Library and fair tests of treatment
Reporting standards in scientific publishing: need, relevance and future perspectives
Digital life: value or vice?
Exploring junior doctor morale in a UK hospital
Evaluating the usefulness and utility of a webinar as a platform to educate students on a UK clinical academic programme
A novel approach to the history of medicine: a look at the relationship between fiction and medical history
Letter to the Editor: JRCPE articles curated by specialty
Letter to the Editor: Conflicts of interest in academic publishing: when in doubt, declare!
Volume 49: Issue 3: 2019
Quality criteria for Core Medical Training: a resume of their development, impact and future plans
Student perceptions of a sequential objective structured clinical examination
Letter to the editor: Obligations of academia in peer review
Volume 49: Issue 2: 2019
Peer review in academic publishing: threats and challenges
Burnout and work–life balance: getting personal
The importance of nontechnical skills in leading cardiopulmonary resuscitation teams
Factors influencing overall satisfaction of Core Medical Trainees in the Yorkshire and the Humber region, UK
Letter to the editor: ‘Working diagnosis’ as a means to reduce cognitive bias
Letter to the editor: Positive facets of simulation-based learning: patient safety, risk management, synergy with e-learning and its use in life support courses
Volume 49: Issue 1: 2019
Trainee and supervisor experience of the Academic Foundation Programme
Simulation in medical education
Volume 48: Issue 4: 2018
Improving the effectiveness of communication in hospitals for people with communication difficulties: results of an online Phase II survey
Use of an accreditation process to embed UK-equivalent Core Medical Training in an international context
Volume 48: Issue 3: 2018
Quality governance – a call to arms
Cognitive bias in clinical medicine
It must be true … I read it in the tabloids
Volume 48: Issue 2: 2018
What might Brexit mean for British tourists travelling to the rest of Europe?
Paper versus electronic feedback in high stakes assessment
Witnessing history: a personal view of half a century in public health
Volume 48: Issue 1: 2018
Blogging for medical education – a personal view
The Scottish Academic Foundation Year Programme: what, why and how?
The UK Academic Foundation Programmes: are the objectives being met?
Some thoughts on compassion inspired by Sir Thomas Legge
Cultivating compassionate care: why does it matter and what can we do to promote it?