Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Lanier, William L.
January 2006
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jan2006, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
The article reflects on many recent and upcoming changes in the Journal "Mayo Clinic Proceedings." These changes will increase the value of the journal. The journal had a great success in 2005 in getting different manuscripts submitted. The most critical part of this process was the introduction of an electronic manuscript submission system. The journal will be more selective in choosing the manuscripts for publication. The editorial board has tried to revise and codify various policies for case report review and the standards for acceptance. The new Web site of the journal is in a state of continual improvement.


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