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The International Journal of Medical Students (IJMS) is an open-access, peer-reviewed scientific journal (ISSN 2076-6327) that publishes original research and experiences in all fields of medicine. The IJMS was created in 2009 to share scientific production and experiences where there is at least one author enrolled as a medical student (including MBBS students, MD students, DO students, MD/MSc students, and MD/PhD students) in any medical school in the world or a recently graduated physician. These early-career scientists must be accompanied by a senior researcher that must be also responsible for the research, guaranteeing the quality of the work. As the longest-standing, non-interrupted, international Journal for medical students, with the highest impact and visibility in the world, the IJMS aims to be the leading diffusion platform for early-career scientists' medical research, using standards that follow the process of scientific publication. Read more in the About the Journal section.

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Three days left to our first MedEd Research Webinar - Topics!

2022-08-11
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Three days lefts to the First IJMS Medical Education in Research Webinar (#IJMSMedEdResearch) Topics of the Webinar

Dr. Abdelrahman I. Abushouk, MD, FESC, will discuss:

  • The benefits of an early start in research
  • How to find and approach a good mentor?
  • How to find a good research question and test it?
  • What research skills should you start learning? and from where?
  • Publishing research as a medical student
  • Research opportunities in the US after graduation
  • A career as a physician-scientist

We look forward to seeing you on August 14, 2022. 7 PM EST. IJMS Youtube Channel.

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Vol. 10 No. 2 (2022)
Published: 2022-06-30

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