A new look MJA
On behalf of the entire editorial team, welcome to the new look MJA. Over the past 6 months, we have reviewed every aspect of our editorial process and production, all in an effort to provide you the reader and all prospective authors with the best possible experience that we can. We are excited to debut this new look issue with an Indigenous health theme and are grateful for the input of Guest Editor Professor Shane Houston for his valuable insights in this important field.
Your journal is now divided into three distinct sections — blue, red and green. The blue section starts us off and contains important news, perspectives, debates, lessons from practice, clinical snapshots with an image, a new educational series, information on medical law and ethics, historical vignettes, and other articles that are of broad interest to all. For example, in this issue we are proud to launch our new clinical skills series that we hope will be of value not only to doctors in training and medical students but also to experienced clinicians. This year we will also commence a new series in innovations in medical education and a series to demystify research methodology and statistics.
The red section follows, led by editorials usually linked to research…