Ostinato Rigore in Research - Message from The Editor-In Chief


In this second issue of JMUST, like the first issue and every issue we will publish, we have peer-reviewed (a JMUST standard) selected articles that demonstrated rigor in research.  Integral to our effort to maintain a good balance of content from USTFMS and USTH, we have added features such as Perspectives, Educational Trends, Medical Education Management, Special and News articles. We thank our editorial team particularly our dedicated peer reviewers also known as “unsung heroes” suffused with our own ostinato rigore. Painstaking decision on which content to be considered and published rests on the Associate Editors with the Chief Editor.

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