Competing interests of authors: We have revised our policy

Stanbrook, Matthew B.; Flegel, Ken; MacDonald, Noni; Attaran, Amir; Eggertson, Laura; Sibbald, Barbara; Kelsall, Diane; Fletcher, John; Ramsay, Joan; Kale, Rajendra; Hébert, Paul C.
July 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/7/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 1/2, p11
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on the changes made by the "Canadian Medical Association Journal" (CMAJ) in its publication policies in 2009. They indicate the aim of the move to provide protection on the integrity of the articles in the journal. They also cite the retention of the major elements in the journal's policy.


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