Meet the Editors: Teresa M. Chan, MD, MHPE

What are your roles and responsibilities with Academic Medicine?I am an associate editor for the journal. This means that I review submissions and triage them for review or not (e.g., desk rejections). When submissions are reviewed, I review them again and make a decision on whether to further ask the authors for a revision (or not). …

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Meet the Editors: Dorene F. Balmer, PhD

What are your roles and responsibilities with Academic Medicine? I am one of the assistant editors at Academic Medicine. In this role, I primarily review Innovation Reports, but I have also hosted a podcast, curated a collection of papers, and cowritten an editorial. What do you enjoy most about your work with Academic Medicine? I …

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Transcript for Advice from a Master Peer Reviewer

Below is the transcript of the following Academic Medicine Podcast episode: Advice from a Master Peer ReviewerOriginally posted August 2018, Reposted September 6, 2021 Read more about this episode and listen here. Toni Gallo: Hi all. This week I am reposting a discussion I had with Academic Medicine's former Editor-in-Chief David Sklar, and one of the …

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Advice from a Master Peer Reviewer

This episode of the Academic Medicine Podcast was originally released in August 2018. Guest Carl Stevens, MD, MPH, joins hosts Toni Gallo and former editor-in-chief David Sklar, MD, to discuss the peer review process. Carl is a 10-time winner of the journal’s Excellence in Reviewing Award. He shares his reasons for serving as a peer …

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Putting Our Steps to Practice: Practical Advice for Publishing Medical Education Scholarship

Writing medical education scholarship for publication is a rewarding opportunity for clinician-educators. However, it can also be challenging to know the proper format or steps needed to take curricular changes to the next level. To supplement our Academic Medicine Last Page, “Propelling Educational Innovations to Publication in Five steps,” my coauthors have provided practical guidance, …

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Here’s How We Did It: Eliminating Barriers of Early Medical Education Scholarship

Although a randomized, controlled education study may be the ultimate goal in medical education research, a new attending physician may not possess the confidence, experience, or skills to do so in year one. In our Academic Medicine Last Page “Hit the Ground Running: Engaging Early-Career Medical Educators in Scholarly Activity,” we encourage our physician colleagues …

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Academic Medicine Call for Volunteer Assistant Editors

Academic Medicine is seeking applications for volunteer assistant editors. The assistant editor role is characterized by Working closely with the editor-in-chief, associate editors, and editorial staff on matters related to manuscript review and decision-makingParticipating in regular teleconferences with the editorial teamStrengthening experience and skills related to writing, reviewing, and editing content for scholarly publicationAttending annual …

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Advice from a Master Peer Reviewer

Discussing the peer review process, specifically the practice of evaluating a scholarly article as a peer reviewer, in this new episode of the Academic Medicine Podcast are editor-in-chief David Sklar and senior staff editor Toni Gallo and Carl Stevens, a master reviewer for the journal and a seven-time winner of the Academic Medicine Excellence in …

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