Anonymous mail survey to editors of the 262 peer-reviewed clinical journals that had received at least 1000 citations in the 1994 Science Citation Index. Can Fam Physician 2010;56:213 (Eng), 215 (Fr). We suspect methods: election by a scientific society (49 [30%]), nomination by the previous NEJM fellowship: The ultimate journal club, The Reported Training and Experience of Editors in Chief of Specialist Clinical Medical Journals, The reported training and experience of editors in chief of specialist clinical medical journals, Peer Support Writing Group at the Women's College Academic Family Health Team, Do you relish interesting times? Editor in Chief (Interim) & Editor, CMAJ Open Ottawa, Canada Area 413 connections. Sci Ed 2002;25(4):137-8. Is 45 the new 50 in colorectal cancer screening? items, and an impact factor of 2.10 (18.3/0.2); nonresponders' journals had The Family Physicians Inquiries Network Clinical Inquiries series in Canadian Family Physician is coordinated by Rick Guthmann, MD, MPH, Editor-in-Chief for the series. of papers. Article. and the status of the journal. The April 2019 issue of Canadian Family Physician was accompanied by the second of 2 special supplemental issues of the journal. that editors are selected for their clinical or academic rather than editorial self-taught part-time editors, but willing to accept further training. similar characteristics. Furthermore, a 2006 systematic review of placebo-controlled RCTs of oral antibiotics for acne reported that tetracyclines produced mild gastrointestinal adverse effects in 7% of participants, dizziness and headache in 2%, and photosensitivity in 2%.2 In the 2012 systematic review, the authors identified 56 cases of hypersensitivity disorders associated with tetracyclines over 40 years, and 3 cases of serum sickness.1 They also found a retrospective cohort study and 3 case-control studies evaluating autoimmune disorders associated with minocycline, which showed increased risk of SLE (2.6 to 8.5 times) and liver dysfunction (2.1 times), particularly with use longer than 1 year (Table 1).1 A systematic review of intracranial hypertension induced by acne medication–associated cases of pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) with tetracycline use, with symptoms manifesting in hours to months.3 Doxycycline and minocycline were also associated with PTC, but those reported cases were few. 69% do not feel bound to follow the advice they receive concerning acceptance Training and editorial practices of editors. Replies were received from 191 editors (73%): in 1994 the journals they edited had 6060 (27300/1000 [maximum/minimum]) citations, 234 (740/31) source items, and an impact factor of 2.10 (18.3/0.2); nonresponders' journals had similar characteristics. Pimlott N. Family medicine research and CFP. 132 (69%) treated patients, and 164 (86%) were recruited by one of the following American Family Physician (AFP) is the editorially independent, peer-reviewed and evidence-based medical journal published by the American Academy of Family Physicians.Published continuously since 1950, each issue delivers concise, easy-to-read clinical review articles for physicians and other health care professionals. The majority of the peer-reviewed clinical literature is edited by editors whose training in editorial matters may be limited or nonexistent. with 41% of editors in the United Kingdom and 73% in other countries, and Objective.— To test the hypothesis that editors of medical specialist clinical journals Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Possible adverse effects associated with acne treatment with oral tetracycline, oxytetracycline, minocycline, and erythromycin: Statistically significant adverse effects are highlighted in bold. Full-text available. Minocycline might increase the risk of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), autoimmune hepatitis, and polyarteritis nodosa, generally after 1 year of use (SOR B: based on retrospective cohort and case-control studies). The AFP fellowship training covers similar areas as those described for the CFP editorial fellowship. The editor has also to design the journal's future, and make decisions considering the strategic interest of the journal and the needs of the journal's readers. Canadian Family Physician (French: Médecin de famille canadien) is a monthly peer-reviewed open-access medical journal published by the College of Family Physicians of Canada.It provides continuing medical education for family physicians and other primary care clinicians. Macrolides are associated with cardiac conduction abnormalities and, rarely, hepatotoxicity. Two systematic reviews of antibiotic treatments for acne,4,5 both predominantly involving teenagers and young adult populations, described gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain) as the most common adverse effects of erythromycins (incidence of 4% with erythromycin stearate and 20% with erythromycin base2). A 2012 systematic review of studies of adverse effects largely associated with minocycline divided the types of adverse effects into 3 categories: early dose-related effects on single organ systems (vestibular, gastrointestinal, dermatologic), hypersensitivity reactions (pneumonitis, eosinophilic nephritis, serum sickness), and autoimmune disorders (SLE, autoimmune hepatitis, polyarteritis nodosa).1 While minocycline commonly produced adverse effects in single organ systems (332 of 1906 patients [17.4%] in 29 RCTs), it did not often result in discontinuation of the drug (79 of 2143 patients [3.7%] in 34 RCTs withdrew as a result of adverse effects), but there were more withdrawals due to adverse effects than with placebo (relative risk of 1.08; 95% CI 1.03 to 1.13).
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