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Stay Current with NEJM Journal Watch

NEJM Journal Watch is a popular current awareness resource that provides practicing clinicians with expert commentary on research across twelve specialties and thirteen topic areas. Research articles from over 250 journals are evaluated and critiqued by a team of physicians and editors. NEJM Journal Watch also provides biannual General Medicine CME exams worth up to 25 hours of credit per exam. 

Examples of expert commentary

Screenshot of an article review on NEJM Journal Watch, with arrows pointing to the photo of the article reviewer (with a block of text saying Article Reviewer), the comment section (with a block of text saying "Expert Commentary"), and the citations section (with a block of text saying "Article Reviewed").

Journal Watch also allows you to create alerts, via email or RSS feed, on different specialties (Cardiology, Infectious Diseases, etc.) and medical topics (Aging, Diabetes, Hypertension, etc.).

Screenshot of the email alerts options through NEJM Journal Watch

Access Journal Watch through Lane Library. To learn more about Lane Library’s resources to support your research and/or clinical work, reach out to your liaison librarian.

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