BJA Education Editorial Board Membership vacancies

The British Journal of Anaesthesia invites applications for membership of the Editorial Board of BJA Education (formerly Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain - CEACCP) to commence in Summer 2017. The appointment will be for a 5 year term in the first instance, renewable for a further 5 years.

To be eligible for appointment, applicants should be engaged in a substantive academic or clinical position, with significant clinical experience in one or more fields of anaesthesia, in or outside of the UK; the BJA is particularly interested in hearing from applicants with expertise in obstetric anaesthesia, basic science, regional anaesthesia and intensive care medicine.

Applicants should, in addition, have experience of the editorial process for medical journals and in the preparation and submission of high quality articles for publication.

This role requires significant commitment to the development of the journal and we will expect appointed Editors to   be able to commit to:

  1. Commissioning at least six continuing education articles per year
  2. Attending and contributing to the Editorial Board Meetings each year (two in London and two via videoconferencing)
  3. Assisting the Editor in Chief by providing editorial expertise and reviewing articles submitted for publication
  4. Keeping on top of editorial tasks and meeting editorial deadlines to ensure timely publication of commissioned articles.

If you are committed, enthusiastic and willing to join a highly performing team to further develop BJA Education, please send your application (in the form of a covering letter, a brief CV and a list of publications in the past 5 years) to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr Jeremy Langton, to bjaeducation@rcoa.ac.uk by 31 May 2017.

(Shortlisted candidates may be asked to complete a short exercise via email as part of the selection process.)

 

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