McGill Journal of Medicine (MJM)- Call for submissions

To the medical students of University of Saskatchewan,

The McGill Journal of Medicine (MJM) is inviting you to submit your work for publication!

The MJM is a peer-reviewed journal, run by medical and graduate students in the McGill Faculty of Medicine. With a rich history dating back to the 1950’s, it offers students around the world an opportunity to publish on a variety of medical issues including education, practice and research.

What kind of article can I submit? We accept a variety of submission formats including research articles, research letters, reviews, case reports, letters to the editor, commentaries and artwork.

How long does it take to publish in MJM? When you submit it takes 3-4 months to go through the peer-review and editing process.

Where will my article be published? Once your manuscript is accepted for publication and finalized it will be published digitally. We also publish special issues in print.

How do I submit an article? Visit and follow our submission guidelines. The entire submission and review process is carried out online so you can track the progress of your submission every step of the way.

If you have any questions regarding publishing in our journal please email:


Rachel La Selva and Shawn Shao
McGill Journal of Medicine