So you want to be an editor

Hoey, John
September 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;09/08/98, Vol. 159 Issue 5, p502
Academic Journal
Editorial. Announces the creation of the `CMAJ' Editorial Fellowship. Nature of the position; Responsibilities; Training, education, and research involved; Research activities; Traits of the ideal candidate.


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