Announcements

Submission Deadline Extension - December 18th 2020

2020-12-09
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The new deadline for submissions is 18th December 2020 at 11:59 hours. All articles are to be submitted to tsmj@tcd.ie. Please see submission guidelines at tsmj.ie

Submit your articles to the TSMJ and be one of the first 12 selected authors to receive 6 months of unlimited access to AMBOSS FREE!*AMBOSS is a dedicated medical learning platform for physicians to pass their USMLE Step and NBME Shelf exams. Check out more about this amazing resource at: www.amboss.com

Just a reminder: submissions can be original research, case reports, literature reviews, or prize essays. For clarifications or queries, email tsmj@tcd.ie.

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Current Issue

Vol. 20 No. 1 (2019): Trinity Student Medical Journal

About This Issue: We are pleased to present you with the twentieth edition of the Trinity Student Medical Journal. The topics are varied, thought-provoking and are produced by the talent of the upcoming health scientists, dentists and doctors. We are proud as ever to continue to serve as a platform for student research, student editorial work and student collaboration. Thank you to all our sponsors, supporters, and the School of Medicine for the constant support.

Published: 2019-11-04

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Welcome to the TSMJ website!

We are the longest-running Student Medical Journal in Ireland and are currently celebrating our 20th Anniversary!

If you’re interested in joining the team, email us at tsmj@tcd.ie

Thanks for visiting our page. We are exceptionally grateful to all our sponsors and the School of Medicine for the continued long-term support and encouragement.

We have always and will continue to support our peers and colleagues engaging in research and publication as students – as so would love to direct you towards our student journal colleagues in RCSIsmjUCDsmj and jmsGalway that contribute in great quantity and quality towards student publication, research and academic growth.