Congress Organizers and Planners
JAMA is a weekly, international, peer-reviewed, general medical journal with a print circulation of 320,000 in more than 100 countries and a much wider online reach. JAMA‘s mission is to promote the science and art of medicine and the betterment of the public health. The editors and publishers of JAMA also publish 9 Archives Journals. JAMA, which is editorially independent of the American Medical Association, was founded in 1883 and has been published consecutively for 126 years.
The organizers wish to thank the following individuals who contributed significantly to the planning and support of this Congress: Jeni Reiling, Rosa Miranda, Angela Grayson, Sharon Kremkau, Wendy Carranza, Chris Meyer, Maria Kowalkowski, Roxanne K. Young, JD Neff, Michelle Kurzynski, Lew Sauder, and Jann Ingmire.
The BMJ Group produces a wide range of journals, Web sites, and support for doctors, including the weekly BMJ, over 20 specialty journals, Clinical Evidence, and several local editions of the BMJ that are published overseas. The BMJ Group is owned by the British Medical Association (BMA), the professional association for doctors in the UK. The BMJ was founded in 1840 and has been published continuously ever since. Today, it is one of the world’s leading international medical journals.
Photos courtesy of Angela Grayson