Editorial independence for CMAJ: signposts along the road

MacDonald, Noni; Squires, Bruce; Hawkins, David; Downie, Jocelyn; Aberman, Arnold; Armstrong, Paul W.; Davidoff, Frank; Detsky, Allan; Hall, Judith; Hennen, Brian; Rouleau, Jean; Roy, Claude; Scott, Jeff; Stewart, Donna
August 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/29/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 5, p453
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the governance structure for the editorial independence of the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The governance structure details the principles of editorial independence. Several changes have also been made to the Journal Oversight Committee. This governance structure is significant to the progress of the publication.


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