The Future Role of Student-Led Journal in Medical Education: 2022-2032

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Abstract

Facing the ever-changing dynamics of the academic community, the significance of student-led journals becomes gradually pronounced. Better adaptation of the Journal will maximize the contribution to the medical education as well as cultivating quality research work. As the leading senior reviewer, my personal perspectives are addressed to the editors and in an attempt to propose future directions for such platform.

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Kao, T.-W. (2023) “The Future Role of Student-Led Journal in Medical Education: 2022-2032”, Journal of Asian Medical Students’ Association. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 10(1). Available at: https://jamsa.amsa-international.org/index.php/main/article/view/411 (Accessed: 28February2024).
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Letter to Editor
Author Biography

Ting-Wei Kao

National Taiwan University Hospital

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