Aims and Scope


MedEdPublish (ISSN 2312–7996) is an 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.
A key feature of MedEdPublish is that manuscripts are published rapidly, with the peer review process beginning following publication. Manuscripts are screened before publication only to ensure their content is appropriate for a medical and health professions journal, and that they meet minimum standards of legibility. They are not judged at this stage on their validity, significance or potential impact.
The post-publication peer review approach is a cornerstone of the MedEdPublish ethos, as it allows the medical education community to provide feedback and share expertise with colleagues at all levels. Post-publication peer review is also an open and transparent process that avoids editorial bias and increases the speed of publication.
Access to all articles is free and requires no registration. If readers wish to review an article or comment on a review, free registration is required.
MedEdPublish strives to maintain the highest ethical standards in medical education research publishing.  Our policies and guides are designed to conform to internationally-accepted guidelines, especially:

Please see the Guidelines for Authors for more details.

MedEdPublish is an entirely open-access journal.  This means that all contributions (articles, reviews, comments, etc.) are open to the public for viewing, downloading and reuse within the terms of the "CC BY-SA 4.0" licence.

MedEdPublish is an AMEE initiative.