About the JRCPE
The Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (JRCPE) is the College’s quarterly, peer-reviewed journal, with an international circulation of 8,000. It has three main emphases – clinical medicine, education and medical history and humanities.
The online JRCPE provides full access to the contents of the print journal and has a number of additional features including an online archive, online-only papers, online symposia abstracts and a series of topic-specific supplements, primarily based on the College’s consensus conferences.
JRCPE: Editorial Board
The editorial group responsible for The Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh comprises:
- Dr Martyn Bracewell, Editor
- Dr Mohaned Egred, Clinical and Education Editor
- Dr Allan Beveridge, History Editor
- Dr Yeong Yeh Lee, Associate Clinical Editor
- Dr Seamus O'Mahony, Associate History Editor
- Iain Milne, Deputy Editor, History
- Rona Gloag, Senior Production Editor
- Colin Reekie, Designer
- Russell Davidson, Editorial Assistant
The JRCPE's International Advisory Network comprises:
- Dr Simon G Allan, New Zealand
- Prof. Alejandro Bussalleu, Peru
- Prof. Hadi Alphonse Goubran, Egypt
- Dr SJ Gupta, India
- Dr Mahzuz Karim, UK
- Prof. Sultan Mahmood, Pakistan
- Prof. Dilip Kumar Mazumdar, India
- Prof. Leo J McCarthy, USA
- Prof. JD Mitchell, UK
- Prof. JM Muscat-Baron, Dubai
- Prof. Balakrishnan Nair, Australia
- Dr Khai Pang Leong, Singapore
- Dr Chandranath Sarkar, India
- Prof. Syed Hasnain Ali Shah, Pakistan
- Prof. Surujpal Teelucksingh, Trinidad & Tobago
- Dr Roger W Warne, Australia
- Prof. David N Williams, USA
- Dr Rosemarie Wright-Pascoe, Jamaica
- Prof. Man Fung Yuen, Hong Kong
- Prof. Khalid Yusoff, Malaysia
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JRCPE: Information for contributors
Submissions are invited in the following areas:
Reports of original research, including audits
Cases of the quarter (investigation findings of general interest with images)
Medical history articles
Letters to the Editor
Manuscripts should not be submitted simultaneously to another journal, should not have been accepted for publication elsewhere, and must not have been published already. Manuscripts are subject to peer-review, but the Editor reserves the right to make the final decision regarding publication and to make textual amendments where considered necessary. On acceptance, manuscripts are published in the JRCPE online and thereafter in the earliest possible print issue at the discretion of the Editor.
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All manuscripts are peer-reviewed.
Declarations of interest
All authors are required to declare relevant interest and this information is published in the JRCPE. All peer-reviewers and Editors of the JRCPE are also required to declare relevant interests. This information is held centrally and can be made available on request.
Authors can choose to assign copyright to the JRCPE or grant the JRCPE a licence to publish, if wishing to retain copyright.
The Editors of the JRCPE view alleged, or suspected, medical or biomedical research misconduct as a serious offence and will not hesitate to refer suspected cases of misconduct to the appropriate bodies.
The JRCPE is currently included in the following Indexes – MEDLINE, Embase, Google Scholar and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
The JRCPE Editors have endorsed, in principle, the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publications, International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, updated 2010. http://www.icmje.org/