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As we pointed out in the rejected manuscript, this is not an uncommon response to our submissions to the SAMJ. Our study dealt with all manuscripts finalised for journal submission by the medical editor in the School of Medicine, University of the Free State, from 2014 to 2017.
The SAMJ strives to provide high-quality, focused articles that are of use to the broader medical community, specifically in South Africa but sometimes outside our borders as well.
[3] in this issue of SAMJ. For example, only about half of the clients interviewed in Johannesburg and the North West Province recalled being warned about side-effects, the principal cause of implant discontinuation.
In 2014, the SAMJ appointed an editorial subcommittee to review CPGs submitted for publication.
Organ donation can be an emotive subject, and this and the previous edition of the SAMJ carry articles on a topic that is extremely important in South Africa (SA), given that we have a major shortage of organ donors.
[1,2] in the recent SAMJ Maternal and Child Health Supplement present trends in inpatient case fatality rates for diarrhoeal disease, pneumonia and severe acute malnutrition (SAM), and a review of under-5 mortality and cause of death using several sources of nationally representative data.
[2,20-22] In this edition of SAMJ, we address the fundamental concepts of expedition medicine, from participant screening and selection of suitable medical supplies to the epidemiology, roles and psychological aspects encountered on expeditions.
In this issue of SAMJ, Ames Dhai and Safia Mahomed [1] examine the right to strike among workers in the hospital sector, describing the recent situation as 'South Africa's healthcare battlefield'.
Two CME articles in this issue of SAMJ address the management of mild-to-moderate asthma in children [2] and the place of the novel biological agents.
For example, a recent case report [13] in the SAMJ was clearly a case of an adolescent with TSC, facial angiofibromas and a presumed fat-poor angiomyolipoma (a non-cancerous tumour that should be treated with an mTOR inhibitor).
To the Editor: The article 'Child mortality in South Africa: Fewer deaths but better data are needed', [1] which appeared in the March 2018 SAMJ Maternal and Child Health Supplement, reviews nationally representative mortality data and the causes of death in children under 5 years of age in South Africa (SA).
I'm glad I could bring six journalism awards, mainly for commentary and analysis, to the SAMJ over the years, but I am also very aware that the journal title opened doors.