The Business of Providing High-Quality Centent to Mayo Clinic Proceedings' Readrs: 2009 and Beyond

Lanier, William L.
January 2009
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jan2009, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the objective of the journal "Mayo Clinic Proceedings" which is to provide high-quality content. He mentions that the journal has engaged in a quality improvement process called "The Evolution of Mayo Proceedings" that hopes to improve manuscript processing, and diversity of authorship. He announced that the journal has started publishing its "Symposium on Cardiovascular Diseases" to be released in 2010 and its Web site will be hosted by HighWire Press in January 2009.


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