For our reviewers there are various possibilities of contributing to the AMSj magazine. Please see below what kind of articles are possible.
The Changing Perspectives highlights an aspect of medicine which has recently left medical practice. It describes a story of the rise and fall of a particular treatment, symptom/disease or diagnostic procedure.
The Clinical Image section represents a set of clinical imagery accompanied by a concise description of relevant information.
This section is only for medical professionals. In Expert opinion professionals will discuss an article or experience from the medical practice.
General Review Format
The editorial board developed an information and tool guide necessary for reviewing an article. This guide will help you in the reviewing process.
In the Interview section a professor or a member of staff will look back at his/her career and elaborate upon some highlights.
This section is meant to keep students up-to-date with the latest groundbreaking research.
The Radiology Image section represents a set of radiologic imagery accompanied by a concise description of relevant information.
Have you come across a difficult statistical problem, either in an existing article or during your own research project and do you feel that other readers will benefit from the solution to this problem as well? Please feel free to send it in to AMSj. If our statisticians find your question to be relevant for our readers, they will answer it in our following edition.
Subject 101 elaborates on a basic subject in medicine by explaining it in simple words, with examples and preferably using multiple figures/images.
Trial & Error
In Trial & Error, a member of staff tells about a mistake they made as a student or earlier on in their career. By sharing their mistakes we aim to teach students that making mistakes is human, and that they can learn from mistakes made by others.