Continuous publication

Godlee, Fiona; Smith, Jane; Delamothe, Tony
June 2008
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/28/2008, Vol. 336 Issue 7659, p1450
Academic Journal
This article discusses the growth and development of the "British Medical Journal's" web site located at www.bmj.com. The author discusses how the format will allow authors to post work upon completion and not be hampered by the space requirements of the print issue. The author discusses the use of continuous publication methods in other fields and discusses the benefits it will bring to the medical field.


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