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Medical Student Journals
These journals focus on student contributions and are often run by students as well.
American Medical Student Research Journal
AMSRJ is "dedicated to promoting interest in future career research through recognizing the scientific accomplishments of medical students across the country. We are seeking notable articles, of which a medical student is the primary author, which meet excellence in research standards."
Einstein Journal of Biology and Medicine
EJBM "encourages the publication of a wide range of scholarly material by students, residents, fellows, postdocs, faculty, and alumni."
Harvard Medical Student Review
HMSR "is student-founded, student-managed, and student-administered under the guidance of faculty and staff. Its mission is to provide a platform for students to contribute to important issues facing health and medicine through a variety of formats, including scholarly articles, editorials, and original artwork."
Harvard Public Health Review
"The mission of the Harvard Public Health Review (HPHR) is to improve health at the local, national, and international levels. To that end, HPHR will publish content grounded in thoughtful evaluation of evidence and research that addresses issues of health equity."
"Student BMJ is a world renowned resource that supports medical students through every stage, from applying to medical school all the way to making the transition to practising as a junior doctor."
References and Citation Style
Endnote will help you to collect, in one place, the information you need to reference sources and assist in formatting your bibliography. This guide will show you how to use EndNote.
Each journal will have its own guidelines for formatting and style. AMA and Chicago are two commonly used styles and the manuals are available online through Drexel Libraries.