Postgraduate Medical Journal aims to support junior doctors and their teachers and contribute to the continuing professional development of all doctors by publishing papers on a wide range of topics relevant to the practising clinician and teacher. Papers published in PMJ include those that focus on core competencies; that describe current practice and new developments in all branches of medicine; that describe relevance and impact of translational research on clinical practice; that provide background relevant to examinations; and papers on medical education and medical education research.
- The challenge of environmental sustainability in radiology training and potential solutions
- Commentary on ‘Will vaccination refusal prolong the war on SARS-CoV-2?’
- No good deed goes unpublished: what is the ‘point’ of undergraduate research?
- Virtual risk assessment pathway for deep venous thrombosis: a preliminary model
- E-learning of medical residents during COVID-19: perspective from a developing nation
- Original research
- On reflectionMedicine and the art of trade-offs(2 September, 2020)
- ReviewHydroxychloroquine and COVID-19(15 April, 2020)
- ReviewAn overview of GLP-1 agonists and recent cardiovascular outcomes trials(4 December, 2019)
- Quality improvement reportJunior doctors: when fresh blood fast-tracks the fight against COVID-19(3 September, 2020)