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Medical Student Perspectives: How to Submit to IMpact

Did you know that ACP accepts submissions from Medical Student Members for various sections of IMpact?

Baylor College of Medicine medical student, Joshua Liao submitted and was published in IMpact earlier this year, and was recently published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Guidelines for submission:

  • Articles should be approximately 700-1000 words
  • Articles should be grammatically correct and free of errors
  • Articles should be told from the writer’s point of view
  • No scientific papers

Need Ideas? Here are some possible themes or topics:

  • Surviving medical school
  • A day in the life of a medical student
  • Study tips
  • Helpful resources for medical students
  • Check out the archives to read previous articles

How to Submit
E-mail a Word document attachment of your article to impact@acponline.org.

IMpact staff reserves the right to edit your article. Submission does not guarantee your article will be published.

Back to November 2011 Issue of IMpact

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