Being an adviser to the Student BMJ
Rhona MacDonald explains why the Student BMJ needs you and how you can get involved in shaping it.
The Student BMJ has come a long way over the past 10 years. The journal has matured into a relevant fresh voice for medical students whatever stage they are at and wherever they are. We constantly strive to improve, however, and we need your help to move the Student BMJ forward and make it as representative as possible.
We are looking for advisers from every medical school in the United Kingdom and international advisers from as many countries as possible. Advisers have many functions including acting as a sounding board that we can bounce ideas off and discuss ideas with. Ideally, advisers would also be authors who are regularly submitting articles and who know what we are looking for and the processes involved. We dont expect advisers to be representatives of the Student BMJ, but everyone at their university (or in their country) should know that they can contact their