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Journal of the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (JNDS) has published its fourth issue.

Cover image (Islet cell transplantation) for issue 4 of JNDS
Cover image - Vol. 1 No. 4 (2020): Trinity Term 2020

JNDS is an open access, online only journal primarily focused on showcasing the top case reports written by University of Oxford medical students during their clinical studies. In addition, JNDS also welcomes submissions of high quality reviews on clinical topics and clinical research in all fields of medicine from researchers and surgical colleagues who seek a new and vibrant journal to disseminate their work.

In this latest issue, there are more case studies from our medical students and some practical tips on how to prepare for a new rotation from Dr Frances Dixon, Dr Ashvina Segaran and JNDS Editor-in Chief Professor Ashok Handa

The issue also includes an editorial on 'Inverting the Evidence Hierarchy' by Professor Bill Fulford and Emily Hotine, NDS Athena SWAN Coordinator, discusses the pay gap. 

Read the fourth issue of JNDS

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