The MSPress Blog showcases the writing and art works of medical students around the globe. The blog hosts both regular authors as well as occasional contributors, accommodating to the varied needs of medical students. Bloggers are accepted on a rolling basis. The blog allows for authors to choose a specific column theme, or simply write posts without a specific theme. The MSPress blog aims to publish formal opinion/research/news pieces as well as creative writing. In addition, the blog accommodates design-intensive works (for example, visual art pieces, sound pieces, videos, web sites, user interfaces, technology design projects). To become part of the blogging team as a regular or occasional contributor, visit the MSPress team application.
The Medical Student Press provides robust editorial services and multiple online platforms for the publishing projects of medical students. We aim to improve the reach and quality of medical students' scholarly publications on a global scale. Our projects, run by a team of medical student editors with faculty guidance, operate using Open Journal Systems and support open-access publishing. Currently under our auspices are The MSPress Blog, The MSPress Journal, The Medical Commencement Archive, AMWA's Linda Brodsky Memorial Journal, and the Free Clinic Research Collective.
We welcome all readers, contributors, and creative minds. Get in touch with our executive team to figure out how the MSPress might help bring your future publishing projects to fruition.
The education of medical students continues far after class and clinic sessions are over. Remain engaged, expressive, and innovative by contributing to the MSPress.