Tissue engineering is a rapidly expanding field which strives to develop viable organs. In this article, Petersen et al describe a novel technique for regenerating damaged lung tissue. Adult rat lungs were treated with a protocol which removed all cellular components from the lung, leaving behind an extracellular matrix which retained the airway and vascular […]
This opinion piece from the latest issue of the BMJ is of particular relevance to RCSI students, who come from a variety of countries and backgrounds. In addition, RCSI holds its own membership exams abroad, particularly in the Middle East. The writers of this piece stress that countries should be encouraged to develop their own […]
As medical education has become more layered, the overlap of patient management in different specialities has increased. Such an overlap can create a difference in opinion regarding treatment course. This issue is highlighted in The University of Alabama’s recent publication in The World Journal of Emergency Surgery titled “Management of Blunt Extracranial Traumatic Cerebrovascular Injury: […]
The submission guidelines for the 2011-2012 issue of the RCSIsmj have been updated. Go take a look and get those ideas flowing! Submissions are due October 3, 2011. Questions? Feel free to email email@example.com.
Please note that there have been some minor changes made to the submission guidelines. Entertainment reviews are now called Research News. And there is now a new category called Careers. Remember, submissions are due October 11, 2010! Please be sure to read the detailed instructions for submissions, and to include the completed author information document […]
The 2009-2010 issue of the RCSIsmj is now accessible online. Check out the issue by clicking here. Hopefully it will inspire some of you to send in submissions of your own! (See submission guidelines. Just a reminder that submissions are due October 11, 2010.)