AMEE is upgrading MedEdPublish.  You may lose data if you don't take action!!

The upgrade of AMEE MedEdPublish will provide a more intuitive experience for authors and allow their published papers to be indexed. Once indexed, published papers will be available to a wider readership within the Medical and Health Care Professions sector. Having delivered the improved functionality to allow published papers to be indexed, AMEE MedEdPublish will shortly be applying for indexing with PMC (PubMed Central) and the DOAJ (Directory of Open Access journals).

The software upgrade will take effect from Monday 2 July 2018.

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What is AMEE MedEdPublish?

AMEE MedEdPublish is a highly visible, open access, specialist practitioner e-journal that enables academics, teachers, clinicians, researchers and students to publish their experiences, views and research findings relating to teaching, learning and assessment in medical and health professions education. An innovative and key feature of MedEdPublish is that the peer review process begins following publication.

PUBLISH your paper in this open access e-journal

SEARCH for published articles in your area of interest

REVIEW and RATE articles following their publication


Prof Richard Hays

Richard Hays is Professor of Medical Education with appointments at James Cook University and the University of Tasmania, both in Australia. He was a ...

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Current Issue

April to July 2018

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Current Theme

The development of health professional educators

Future Themes

Next theme – Humanities in Medical Education

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Theme Editor
Professor Gary D. Rogers


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An Innovative Approach

AMEE is committed to exploring new and innovative approaches to publishing.

  • A transparent review process.
  • Rapid publication with post-publication review, comments and star ratings of papers together with recommendations by a review panel.
  • Encouragement to share good practice and views relating to health professions education.
  • An opportunity to highlight new innovations and explore their potential.

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