Call for Submissions – Medical Woman Magazine

09 October 2017
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We are delighted to welcome our new editor of Medical Woman, Dr Fizzah Ali. Medical Woman is the only magazine dedicated to women in medicine, which is produced twice yearly and distributed to all MWF members.

Submissions are now open for our Spring 2018 Edition on the following:

1. Call for clinical case reports

Have you come across an interesting case that you would like to share? Are there lessons you have learnt through everyday practice which you want to share?

Medical students and post-graduates are encouraged to submit a short clinical case of up to 750 words, with succinct and clear learning points, for publication in the upcoming edition of Medical Woman.

The topics covered are broad, and may include:

  • Learning from errors

  • Reports of rare diseases

  • Common diseases presenting in unusual ways

Submissions from all specialities welcome.

A consent form form the patient is required alongside submission.

The deadline for submissions is 20th November 2017.

2. Call for audit reports

Medical students and postgraduates are encouraged to submit a short report of a successful quality improvement project or audit of up to 1000 words. Two to three tables and charts are encouraged. Succinct and clear learning points must be illustrated. The report will be published in the upcoming edition of Medical Woman. The focus of the report should be on the reflective process, learning points and change in practice garnered from the clinical case.

The deadline for submissions is 20th November 2017.


Please send all Medical Woman submissions and queries to Dr Fizzah Ali, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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