The new student.bmj.com
I’m delighted to announce that on 21 April our new website was born. www.student.bmj.com shares her birthday with Iggy Pop and Queen Elizabeth II. It took the technology, editorial, and marketing teams an impressive eight weeks to develop the site. I still feel nervous every time I log on in case we’ve forgotten to include a section, but I’m almost certain we haven’t.
This month’s articles on testing students for bloodborne viruses are the first Student BMJ articles to be published online before appearing in print (doi:10.1136/sbmj.b1029, doi:10.1136/sbmj.b1039, and doi:10.1136/sbmj.b1596). This was an exciting moment for us, and it marks the start of a new way of publishing. From now on accepted articles will be published online as soon as they are ready. Have a look at www.student.bmj.com, and let us know what you think.
Yes, we’ve told you the answer to this month’s picture quiz before you’ve even